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Wagg Complete Senior with Chicken & Rice Dog Food

  • Dry » 2kg Bag £4.61
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Wagg Complete Senior with Chicken & Rice is a specially formulated dry food which contains essential elements to promote good health in older dogs. It contains Glucosamine and Chrondroitin combined with added fish and fish oils, which help promote mobile and supple joints in dogs of all ages. Also it has added L-carnitine, which could help with weight control in older, less active dogs.


  • Supple joints - Glucosamine, chondroitin and added fish oil to help promote mobile, supple joints
  • L-carnitine - With added L-carnitine which may help with weight control in older, less active dogs
  • Healthy digestion - Quality fibre and added mannan oligosaccharides (a prebiotic) help to support a healthy digestive system
  • Strong immune system - Added antioxidant vitamins A, E & C and citrus extracts help to support a healthy immune system
  • No added sugar - We don’t add any sugar to our dog foods
  • Healthy skin & glossy coat - With added zinc and a balanced ratio of omega 6 & 3 fats to help support a healthy, supple skin & glossy coat


Cereals (10% rice in dog bones), Meat and Animal Derivatives (5% chicken in red chunk), Oils and Fats, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Fish and Fish Derivatives (1% fish oil in donut), Vegetables, Minerals, Yeasts (0.08%), Citrus Extract (0.04%) & Yucca Extract (0.01%), Glucosamine (0.03%), Chondroitin (0.015%).


Additives (Per Kg)

Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 12,000 iu, Vitamin D3 1,200 iu, Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol acetate) 100 iu, Vitamin C (ascorbyl monophosphate) 40 mg, Iron III Ferric Oxide 900mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 3 mg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate 35 mg, Manganous Oxide 75 mg, Zinc Oxide 50 mg, Zinc Chelate 370 mg, Sodium Selenite 0.2 mg, L-carnitine 30 mg. *Colourants, Antioxidant, Preservative. *Colourants – from a mineral source found in nature.

Analytical Constituents

Protein 20%, Fat Content 7.5%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 8.5%, Omega 6, 1.4%, Omega 3, 0.6%.

Feeding guidelines

Weight of Dog Daily Feed Amount
Small (3 - 10kg) 75 - 200g
Medium (10 - 20kg) 200 - 400g
Large (20 - 40kg) 400 - 600g
Extra Large (40kg +) 600g +

The recommended daily servings shown in the chart are a guide only. How much you feed your dog depends on age, breed and level of activity* and you should use your own judgement to determine the correct amount of food needed to keep your dog in a lean, healthy condition. When changing dog foods, we recommend that you do so gradually over a period of around 5 to 7 days. For young and growing dogs feed little and often and to appetite as they are likely to need more food than a full grown dog. Pregnant bitches will require up to 50% more than their normal intake from mid pregnancy onwards and mothers will need up to four times as much food whilst suckling their puppies. It is important to make sure that your dog always has access to fresh water.

*For active dogs add 10% more food.

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18th Nov 2014
Betty Swann
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2013
  • From: Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

my dog is diabetic, he has been on Hills wight control , but will not eat this anymore. I have started him on Wagg because it is sugar free, He is 11 years old. Which food would suit him best. He is on insuline and has contact leanses so is on medication for his eyes.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

There is a lot of debate about this subject, but many people now believe that the best foods for diabetic dogs have no sugar and very little carbohydrate of any sort. That means a very high meat content which is expensive, but makes for better glycaemic control. Orijen is the leader in this field and I would recommend Orijen Senior as the ideal diet for your older diabetic dog.