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Supplementary food for adult dogs: multivitamins that allow to prepare balancing diets in vitamins and minerals. Format 260 g.

Product description

The supplement contains all the important vitamins and minerals that help to maintain the balance of food and should be used for adult and older dogs fed on homemade food. The perfect supplementary dog food for that extra supply of vitamins.


COMPOSITION: Dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, sodium dihydrogen phosphate, magnesium hydrogen phosphate, hydrolyzed poultry meat and offal, chlorella algae 2 %, brewer’s yeast 1.5 %.


ANALYTICAL COMPONENTS: Calcium 19.5 %, sodium 2.6 %, phosphorus 10.2 %, magnesium 2.7 %.


CONTENT OF ADDITIVES IN 1 KG: Nutritional additives: Trace elements: Copper 196 mg (supplemented with chelate of copper and n-hydrate amino acids), zinc 1 526 mg (supplemented with chelate of zinc and n-hydrate amino acids), manganese 186 mg (supplemented with chelate of manganese and n-hydrate amino acids), iodine 25 mg (supplemented with calcium iodide anhydrous), selenium 7 mg (supplemented with an organic form of selenium produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397). Vitamins: vit. A 406 722 IU, vit. D3 40 000 IU, vit. E (RRR-alpha-tocopherol) 2 002 mg, ascorbic acid 998 mg, vit. B1 140 mg, vit B2 200 mg, vit B6 137 mg, vit B12 751 µg, choline chloride 10 841 mg, biotin 0.23 mg, calcium pantothenate 501 mg, folic acid 30 mg, niacinamide 997 mg, L-carnitine 5 000 mg.



1.5 g/5 kg live weight (coffee spoon = approx. 2 g – teaspoon = approx. 5 g)

The product is served mixed with the food or separately.

To maintain a complete food ration, the supplement is recommended for a BARF-based (Bones And Raw Food) diet not for an RMB-based (Raw Meaty Bones = ration based on an animal part of the diet only) diet. It is advisable to add a bit of liver or kidney to the meat part of the ration, but only up to 5% of the daily ration. A raw feeding (BARF) ration should also contain either 30% meaty bones or a source of calcium (calcium carbonate or calcium citrate) in a dose of 0.2 g Ca per 100 g of food ration