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Eclipse Dog & Puppy is a British made complete diet formulated for working dogs to supply the correct nutrition by using only quality, raw materials. This wheat gluten free premium dog food has been formulated for puppies of all ages, whelping bitches and dogs requiring the highest energy diet. The food benefits from no artificial colourants and no Soya, with added linseed oil for a healthy coat and skin giving the food the optimum balance of Omega 3 & Omega 6 essential fatty acids. Designed for ease of digestibility and coated in meat juices for added palatability. It truly is the ultimate diet for those requiring the very best. Quality Chicken & Rice - Ease of digestibility - Wheat Gluten Free - No soya - Linseed Oil for glossy coat condition - High in Omega 3 & Omega 6 essential fatty acids - For skin and coat health - A fully balanced complement of minerals & vitamins - Coated in meat juices for added palatability - A product for all life stages - Small, recommended feeding quantities compared to other products - Produces a smaller volume of firm stools
|Vitamin A||15,000 iu/kg|
|Vitamin D3||1,500 iu/kg|
|Vitamin E||60 mg/kg|
Metabolisable Energy 4,000 kcal/kg
Rice, Chicken Meat meal, Meat & Marrowbone meal, Whole Maize, Chicken Fat, Sugar Beet pulp, Dried Egg, Whole Linseed, Vitamins & Minerals, Salt.
Weaning can commence at 3 ½ – 4 weeks of age. Eclipse Dog & Puppy should be thoroughly soaked in sufficient warm water to ensure the pellets are softened completely. A good tip is to put the next meal in to soak each time you feed your puppies. At feed time, simply drain off any excess water, mash the softened food and add a little more warm water to give it the consistency of porridge.
After approximately 7-14 days, start adding a few dry pellets on top of the bowl of food to encourage chewing. Initially, feed 4 times a day and discard any food not consumed within 30 minutes.
Change to ECLIPSE ACTIVE & GROWTH when the puppies are 6-9 months old.
This feed chart is meant to be used as a guide only. All dogs are individuals and their metabolism and nutritional requirement vary. The recommended quantity should be fed over a number of feeds and if the dog has eaten all it requires, dispose of what is left. Do not reuse old food.
|Up to 3 months||120g||240g||420g||540g|
The recommended daily quantity should be fed over a number of meals:
Fresh drinking water should be available at all times.
Bitches should be fed ECLIPSE DOG & PUPPY from approximately 3 weeks prior to the expected whelping date. Up to double the normal recommended amount should be given over several feeds (little and often), to accommodate the restriction on her stomach caused by the growing foetuses.
When the puppies are born, adequate food should be given to ensure the production of sufficient milk to satisfy the litter without sacrificing the bitch’s overall condition. By feeding the bitch the same product that the puppies will be weaned onto, the puppies will be receiving the same nutrients through the milk that they will receive once weaning commences. This helps to prevent any setback at weaning. Continue feeding ECLIPSE DOG & PUPPY for at least 8 weeks after the birth.
Approximate Feeding Guide (Adult)
The amount of food a dog requires can depend on a number of factors, including age, breed, sex, activity and time of year. Whelping bitches may require up to double the recommended amount.
|Body Weight||2 - 10 kg||10 - 20 kg||20 - 30 kg||30 kg +|
|Daily Requirements||75 - 155 g||155 - 255 g||255 - 330 g||330 g+|
Add warm water and feed immediately. Alternatively, DOG & PUPPY may be fed either soaked or dry.
Drinking water should always be available
This product is intended for working dogs.
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