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Skinner's Field & Trial Duck & Rice Dog Food

  • Dry » 2.5kg Bag £7.31
  • Dry » 15kg Bag £25.25

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Description

Skinner's Field & Trial Duck & Rice is a specially formulated hypoallergenic diet for working dogs with allergies or digestive sensitivities. The food contains carefully selected ingredients to minimise the risk of exacerbating these sensitivities, including whole rice, duck meat meal and naked oats for an easily digestible, slow-release energy diet. Free from all ingredients known to cause allergies or aggravate stomach complaints, including wheat, maize and barley gluten, dairy and soya products. Added glucosamine and chondroitin will help support joints to aid in your dog's agility and mobility for maintaining an active lifestyle.

Composition

Whole rice (40%), duck meat meal (20%), naked oats, peas, whole linseed, sunflower oil, beet pulp, vitamins and minerals.

Analysis

Nutritional Additives per kg

Vitamin A 13,000 iu, Vitamin D3 2,000 iu, Vitamin E (as alpha-tocopherol acetate) 310 iu.

Trace Elements per kg

Iron (as ferrous sulphate monohydrate) 40mg, Iodine (as calcium iodate anhydrous) 1.5mg, Copper (as cupric sulphate pentahydrate) 5mg, Manganese (as manganous oxide) 25mg, Zinc (as zinc oxide) 100mg (as zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate) 30mg, Selenium (as sodium selenite) 0.15mg. Contains tocopherol rich extracts of natural origin (Vitamin E) as EC permitted antioxidant.

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 22%
Crude Oils & Fats 11%
Crude Fibres 3.5%
Crude Ash 5%

Feeding guidelines

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

Puppy

Body Weight 3 - 11 Weeks 3 - 4 Months 5 - 6 Months 7 - 9 Months
1kg - 3kg 80g - 185g 85g - 175g 70g - 135g 60g - 110g
3kg - 5kg 185g - 225g 175g - 220g 135g - 170g 110g - 130g
5kg - 10kg 225g - 430g 220g - 410g 170g - 280g 130g - 220g
10kg - 15kg 430g - 545g 410g - 525g 280g - 375g 220g - 300g
15kg - 20kg 545g - 680g 525g - 630g 375g - 450g 300g - 350g

Adult

Weight of Dog Amount per Day
Toy (up to 10kg) Up to 125g
Small (11 - 20kg) 140 - 260g
Medium (21 - 32kg) 260 - 400g
Large (33 - 44kg) 400 - 560g
Giant (45kg +) 560g +

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Feeding advice with regards a pet

11th Aug 2015
VioVet Visitor

I have a 11 month old pet Labrador who is allergic to chicken & dust mites so have been advised to feed him a hypoallergenic food. He is currently fed skinners hypoallergenic duck & rice, but I have been advised he needs to loose a little weight & is very hyper. The advise given is it is probably because he is fed working dog food. What food would you suggest I feed him?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The concept of a diet for working dogs is more a marketing choice than a nutritional difference between different foods. I doubt if he would be any different on an alternative diet, but the only way to know is to try something else. Working dog diets tend to be very economical to buy, so changing to a different, hypoallergenic diet might well be more expensive. A possible example would be James Wellbeloved Duck and Rice, which is based on the same main ingredients.

Is this food suitable for non working dogs?

10th Aug 2015
Cat

Is this food suitable for non working dogs or would it give them too much energy? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This diet is appropriate for non-working dogs too. Your dog might become overweight if you feed too much, but this tends to happen with all diets of course.