NeuFrau: VOGEL 1kg
Cocido a base de ave, arroz y verduras
Carne y órganos de pollo finlandés, agua, arroz, zanahoria, guisante, huevo, ajo, ortiga.
Paquete : 1 kg crudo congelado
Energía 752kJ / 100g
Carbohidrato 14 .5%
Fibra bruta 1,4%
Almacenamiento : -18 °C hasta la fecha de consumo preferente Número de lote en el envase
Instrucciones de uso : Como tal o con otros alimentos.
Dosis : Aproximadamente 1kg / 30kg / día
Úselo solo para alimentos para mascotas, manténgalo alejado de los alimentos, lávese las manos y limpie las herramientas, los utensilios y las superficies después de manipular este producto.
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-18 ° C to the best before date. Batch number on the package.
NEUFrau foods can be stored frozen for months, thawed in the refrigerator for a week.
General instructions cannot be given. As a rule of thumb, the dog should be given every day one kilogram of food for every live weight kilogram.
When considering the amount of food, one must always take into account the individual characteristics of the dog and its activity.How much is the dog exposed to the cold? How stress-sensitive is the dog? How is the dog's body able to utilize nutrients? flesh, no matter what you eat, some seem to gain weight just by thinking about food.You can estimate how much fat is on top of a dog's ribs because no muscles form on the ribs.
The dog should always be a little hungry after eating to maintain appetite. .When a dog eats with a good appetite, its saliva and stomach acids have time to function well.Educating a dog with food also supports this idea: A food cup means doing, and when he does, the dog already begins to excrete saliva. after sowing can be eaten, the dog's body is already ready to receive food.
" It is not a good idea to let your dog drink for half an hour before and after eating. The acidic pH of the stomach (pH 1-2) is rapidly neutralized by water at a pH of about 7-8.8. With neutralization, cells have to produce more and more hydrochloric acid, resulting in belching and refluxing. ”