Pero Low Calorie Salmon & Brown Rice

Pero Low Calorie Salmon & Brown Rice
Salmon & Brown Rice » 2kg Bag

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  • Salmon & Brown Rice » 2kg Bag £6.59
  • Salmon & Brown Rice » 12kg Bag £35.88

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Pero Low Calorie Salmon and Brown Rice has been enjoyed by Labradors and Retrievers over many years. The Pero Low Calorie food contains 15% less fat than similar products on the market.
This gluten free low calorie recipe with a single source protein contains over 35% fish, and has been formulated to give your dog their optimum nutritional requirements.

This is a wheat gluten free recipe, which makes it ideally suitable for those dogs with sensitive skin or digestive issues, without compromising conditioning. Being a recipe made completely from fish, it has a naturally high level of omega 3 which will enhance the coat appearance. This, complimented with a range of natural herbs and extracts provides a super premium and complete food for your dog.

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 24%, Crude Fat 10%, Crude Ash 6.5%, Crude Fibres 3%, Energy 338.75 kcals/100g.


Brown Rice (40%), Fish (33% - Salmon Meal 14%, Fish Meal 8%, Hydrolysed Salmon 11%), Beet Pulp, Salmon Oil (5%), Sweet Potato, Flaked Potato, Chicken Gravy, Minerals, Krill, Yucca extract, Glucosamine (175mg/kg), Chondroitin Sulphate (80mg/kg), Cranberry (80mg/kg).

Additives (per kg)

Vitamins: Vitamin A 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,750 IU, Vitamin E 100 IU, L'carnitine 100mg. Trace Elements: Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 33 mg, Zinc oxide 132 mg, Iron Sulphate Monohydrate 167 mg, Manganese oxide 32 mg, Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 60 mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 3.28 mg/kg, Sodium Selenite 0.22 mg. Antioxidants.

Feeding Guide

a dog of 1-5 kilograms should eat 30-100 grams, a dog of 5-10 kilograms should eat 90-185 grams, a dog of 10-20 kilograms should eat 150-310 grams, a dog of 20-30 kilograms should eat 255-420 grams, a dog of 30-40 kilograms should eat 350-520 grams, a dog of 40 plus kilograms should eat 450 plus grams

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Reviews (3)

Summary of Reviews for Pero Low Calorie Salmon & Brown Rice

Overall 4
Value For Money
Nutritional Value
Pet's Opinion
3 out of 3 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (1 reviews)
4 stars (2 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Excellent food

By on 9 May 2019

Pero dog foods are of excellent quality and I have always fed my large dogs on various products from the company

Customer recommends this product

45 Excellent for hungry Labradors
Verified Purchase

By on 19 March 2018

Very good for being able to keep my larador’s weight in check. But if we were going to agility classes/competitions I would switch to a higher energy product for 2/3 days prior

Customer recommends this product

45 My dog loves it and it's good for her colitis.
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By on 12 March 2018

But I'm annoyed with Pero for the recent price rise despite the reduction of the contents in the bag. Used to be 15kg but now 12 kg despite this the company have increased the price.

Customer recommends this product

Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Pero Low Calorie Salmon & Brown Rice, including answers from our team.

25 November 2020 at 12:55pm

Please advise appropriate changes in diet for my 7.5 yrs old King Charles (female) Spaniel

Rosie's mum

Rosie is my beautiful Ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I have tried (unsuccessfully!) to keep her weight down since having her spayed but as she now weighs in at 11.5 kg I am concerned that this excess weight is putting a strain on her joints in addition to the heart murmur that she has developed over recent years. I currently feed her a high quality weight management kibble, plus she enjoys a dish of lightly cooked mixed veg in the evening. Treats are always welcomed and I am sure have contributed to the problem! I wonder would a change of diet be too radical at her age? Thank you.

  • VioVet Staff

A 7 and a 1/2 year old CKCS is still classed as middle aged so I would not worry about making any dietary changes now. You can stay on your current food and reduce the amount you feed, feeding for the ideal weight rather than the current weight. Your vet or vet nurse can help you work out what her ideal weight is if you need.
Reducing the amount of treats/human leftovers you give is also a very good idea as these tend to be high in fat.
If you are still struggling then a low calorie or weight loss diet is a good idea. The Pero Low Calorie diet is a good choice. If you would like further advice on other weight loss diets then please contact us on [email protected].

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