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Gilpa Junior Dog Food

  • Dry » 15kg Bag £32.49

Gilpa Junior is a complete pet food which is suitable for all puppy breeds from around half adult size until fully grown. It is rich in chicken and has balanced bone minerals for the all important second growth stage. It contains 25% protein and 14% oils and fats.


Wheat, poultry (minimum 22% chicken), chicken fat, maize, yeast, whey, flaxseed, fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), vitamins and minerals, yucca extract.


Analytical Constituents

  • Crude Protein - 25.0%
  • Crude Oils & Fats - 14.0%
  • Crude Fibres - 2.5%
  • Crude Ash - 6.5%


  • Vitamin A - 12,000 iu/kg
  • Vitamin D3 - 1,200 iu/kg
  • Vitamin E - 110 mg/kg
  • Copper (as Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate) - 40 mg/kg
  • Iron (as Iron Sulphate Monohydrate) - 267 mg/kg
  • Iodine (as Calcium Hydrate Anhydrous) - 2.35 mg/kg
  • Manganese (as Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate) - 145 mg/kg
  • Zinc (as Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate) - 377 mg/kg
  • Zinc (as Zinc Chelate of Amino Acid Hydrate) - 90 mg/kg
  • Selenium (as Sodium Selenite) - 4.45 mg/kg
  • Antioxidants

Feeding guidelines

The following table shows the recommended feeding amount in grams per day. Ensure a supply of fresh drinking water is available at all times.

Age in Months 2 4 6 8 10 12
Toy (< 5kg) 120g 150g 135g 130g Adult Diet
Small (5 - 10kg) 200g 250g 275g 200g
Medium (10 - 25kg) 310g 375g 420g 410g 330g
Large (25 - 45kg) 460g 610g 700g 680g 550g 500g
Giant (> 45kg) 675g 840g 1kg 760g 720g 700g

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Springer Spaniel Diet

9th Jan 2015
Anna-Liisa Brown


I have an 8 month old Springer Spaniel who started eating Gilpa from 10 weeks old and then went on to eating Wagg dry food with vegetables at 7 months old.

I am finding that he (on opportunity) he eats his poo and I'm wondering whether he's getting the proper nutrients now?

He is from working lines, but we have him as a pet. He tends to want a walk quite often (every 3-4 hours) so at present I'm walking hi 4 times a day. He just doesn't seem to be satisfied!

After Gilpa what is the best food to progress on to at his age? I think the breeder said Omega?? What would you say for this type of breed and something that is not too expensive but good quality all the same.

Thank you.

  • Non-Executive Director

Personally I am not a fan of the cereal-based dog foods like Gilpa. It is true that many dogs do very well on them and they are cheap to manufacture and buy, but dogs seem to do better on a higher meat (or fish) diet with less cereal. They digest them better and get more out of them. This can also mean that the resultant faeces has less in it and is not so attractive to eat. I would recommend one of the Barking heads diets or Acana. They are more expensive per bag, but you need to feed less at a time to keep the dog satisfied, so they do not work out too bad. You can also/instead try adding a product like Stool Repel-Um to the food. This tastes nice enough, but after it has been through the digestive tract it becomes unpleasant to eat, so can help put your dog off this unfortunate (though harmless) habit.