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Specific Lunch is a wet food for dogs which contains high levels of fat which serves as an energy source for dogs with an increased activity level. Its ideal use is as a supplemental meal or snack during increased activity, endurance or stress. Due to this energy density, only small quantities are required to supply sufficient energy and nutrients. With added vitamin C this diet supports maintenance of plasma vitamin C levels during periods of training. This highly digestible diet ensures optimal uptake of nutrients which results in less faeces.
Pork, chicken, maize, eggs, sunflower oil, rice, minerals, powdered cellulose, fish oil, psyllium husk, vitamins and trace elements, yeast (source of ß-1,3/1,6-glucans).
It contains no artificial antioxidants, dyes or flavouring.
per 100 g
|Protein (g) (crude)||13||19.9|
|Fat (g) (crude)||8||12.3|
|Carbohydrate (g) (NFE)||8||12.3|
|Fibre (g) (crude)||1.3||2|
|Omega-3 fatty acids (g)||0.22||0.34|
1 canflex with 100 g SPECIFICTM Lunch supplies 652 kJ and can replace:
of the dog’s daily food ration
Supplemental meal or snack during periods of:
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding SPECIFIC (Dechra) Lunch Wet Dog Food, including answers from our team.
My staffy is usually 16kg but it's now just over 15kg due to constant diarrhoea. Specific vet xx has been suggested by our vet.
How much should we feed our dog, portion wise, twice a day?
This food should be used a supplement or snack alongside a normal diet in order to provide additional energy/fat intake. This means it can help with weight gain.
I recommend adding in 1 tin daily (1/2 tin twice daily) for your dog and reassessing. If the expected weight gain is not achieved then this can be increased, but should be reassessed every week or two.
Ultimately there is no set amount to give and it should be managed based on weight gain/loss and your vet's advice.