Harringtons Complete Puppy Dry Food Rich in Turkey

Harringtons Complete Puppy Dry Food Rich in Turkey

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Harringtons Puppy Complete Rich in Turkey & Rice Puppy Food is a complete diet which can be fed to puppies aged 3 weeks and up. It provides wholesome nutrition while containing no artificial colours or flavours, and no dairy, soya or added wheat.


  • No artificial colours or flavours, no dairy, no soya, no added wheat
  • Kelp - a natural source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements
  • Yeast - to help promote the development of a healthy digestive system
  • With Turkey, a good source of protein to help promote growth
  • Citrus extracts and added vitamins help support a developing immune system
  • Balanced ratio of Omega 6 and 3 fats for a glossy coat
  • Yucca to help reduce unpleasant odours from flatulence


Maize, Turkey Meal (20%), Rice (15%), Meat Meal, Porridge Oats, Poultry Fat, Digest, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Minerals, Kelp (0.2%), Yeast (0.1%), Citrus Extract (0.04%), Yucca Extract (0.01%).


Additives (Per Kg)

Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 15,500 iu, Vitamin D3 1,350 iu, Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol acetate) 165 mg, Vitamin C (ascorbyl monophosphate) 50 mg, Iron lll Ferric Oxide 110 mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 3 mg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate 40 mg, Manganous Oxide 80 mg, Zinc Oxide 55 mg, Zinc Chelate 400 mg, Sodium Selenite 0.2 mg. Antioxidant (contains tocopherol rich extracts - a natural antioxidant).

Analytical Constituents

Protein 28%, Fat Content 10%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 8%, Omega 6, 1.7%, Omega 3, 0.4%.

Feeding guidelines

The feeding chart shows suggested approximate daily amounts although we recommend feeding according to appetite.
To introduce at weaning we recommend moistening with water or milk to soften the food and feeding 3 or 4 meals a day, gradually reducing the amount of liquid added, until your puppy is eating solid food. When your puppy reaches 6 months you can reduce the number of meals offered to one or two a day.

Expected Adult Body Weight (kg)




Per Day(g) 50-100g 100-200g 200-400g 400-600g 600g+

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Reviews (2)

Summary of Reviews for Harringtons Complete Puppy Dry Food Rich in Turkey

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45 Good
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By on 21 September 2021

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By on 24 December 2014

More super food, our puppy has a varied diet so she doesn't get to dependent on one variety. She loves this food and we always buy her the best.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Harringtons Complete Puppy Dry Food Rich in Turkey, including answers from our team.

30 June 2016 at 5:19pm

What age can a pup be changed to adult food?

Tina Gooden

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: Rutland, United Kingdom

I have French bulldog pup who will get to around 10 kilo when adult. What age do I change her over to adult food please?

  • VioVet Staff

I would change to an adult formula at about 12 months of age.

11 October 2015 at 5:57pm

Amount to Feed


Hi I Have a Boxer Pup 9 Weeks old what amount should I be feeding him the weight befor adding water to soften I know it's twice and I give him a wheetabix in morning and scrambled egg for supper I know to gradually take the last / away

  • VioVet Staff

At this age you can offer as much as your dog wants to eat. If you are feeding other things then it is not really possible to give a guide amount of the food. After a while you will be able to judge how much your puppy is eating and provide that. As time goes on it is important to assess if your puppy is too thin or too fat. You can then adjust the amount you give accordingly. Most people are too generous and if anything need to cut down in time. but you do not need to decide until after a few weeks. This is much better than trying to predict an amount of food in grams and them sticking to it.

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