Recommended For: Adult and Senior Dogs from 9 months old
Available in: 2kg
A natural mixer, wheat free & based on rice. No soya or un-named cereals. A complementary food that can be used as part of a home cooked recipe, feeding raw food or with Burns complete moist foods. Suitable for adult dogs 6 months+.
Contains all the nutrients a dog needs and avoids those which cause the build up of toxic waste in the system. Read how toxic build-up can affect health in John Burns's Health & Nutrition handbook.
Burns Mixer is hypo-allergenic, so it is suitable for sensitive dogs. It is formulated without ingredients such as wheat, soya, dairy, artificial colourings and artificial preservatives which are known to cause symptoms of food intolerance including itchy skin, digestive upset, excessive moulting, full anal glands and waxy ears.
Lower Feeding Costs
Containing only the finest quality ingredients Burns Mixer is highly digestible therefore feeding amounts are lower, meaning that daily feeding costs are significantly lower than those of other premium brands. And there's less poo to clean up!
Brown rice (89%), Peas, Duck Fat, Whole Linseed, Seaweed, Vitamins, Mixed Herbs.
Crude Protein 9.0%, Crude Oil & Fats 6.5%, Crude Fibre 2.5%, Crude Ash 3.0%, Moisture 8.00%, Sodium 0.03%, Calcium 0.24%, Phosphorus 0.14%, Magnesium 0.08%, Potassium 0.22%, Chloride 0.05%, Sulphur 0.12%, Essential Fatty Acid 1.96%
Vitamin A 10,000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 1,000 iu/kg, Vitamin E 100 iu/kg.
For advice about this product or simply fine tuning feeding amounts contact our Pet Nutrition Helpline
|Body Weight||Amount of Burns Mixer||Amount of Penlan moist food|
|Toy||2.5kg - 5kg||15g - 30g||35g - 70g|
|Small||5kg - 10kg||30g - 70g||70g - 100g|
|Medium||10kg - 20kg||70g - 140g||100g - 200g|
|Large||20kg - 30kg||140g - 240g||200g|
|30kg - 40kg||240g - 340g||200g|
Feeding amounts depend on the amount of excercise, age, breed, environmental factors an individual variation. The chart above can be used as a general guide, together with good sense and experience. For overweight dogs, daily amounts should be based on target weight not actual weight.