Searching for a grain-free diet for puppies? You’ve come to the right place. Made with natural ingredients, Burns Duck & Potato contains all the nutrients your puppy needs while avoiding common allergens. Give your puppy a healthy start in life with Burns.
With a limited number of ingredients and packed full of nutrients, this highly digestible puppy formulation with controlled levels of protein and fat encourages a slow and steady growth pattern, which is important for bone and muscle development.
Highly digestible duck provides your puppy with the correct levels of calcium and phosphorus whilst the potato and buckwheat ensure your puppy has enough energy to play. All Burns diets avoid ingredients that commonly cause intolerance such as beef, wheat, soya and dairy. We also don’t use and artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives.
The Burns puppy diets are suitable for both puppies and juniors. Please see our feeding guide as we recommend different daily amounts for puppies (up to 6 months old) and juniors (from 6 months to adult). Most puppies are ready to move to adult food at around 9 months old but if you are unsure please contact our nutrition team.
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Potato (44%), Duck meal (28%), Buckwheat (12%), Duck fat, Peas, Sunflower Oil, Seaweed, Minerals, Salmon Oil.
Crude Protein 24%, Crude Fat 12%, Crude Fibre 2%, Crude Ash 8%, Copper 20mg/kg, Sodium 0.4%, Calcium 1.2%, Phosphorus 0.9%, Magnesium 0.14%, Potassium 1%, Omega-6 fatty acids 3.0%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.5%
Vitamin A 25000IU; Vitamin D3 2000IU; Vitamin E 150IU; Taurine 1000mg; Trace Elements: Copper (copper (II) chelate of amino acids hydrate) 12mg; Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous) 1mg; Manganese (manganous chelate of amino acids hydrate) 20mg; Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate) 50mg; Selenium (3b8.11; Selenised yeast inactivated) 0.2mg.
Antioxidants (mixed tocopherols).
|Current Weight of Dog||Dry Food|
|Puppy (weaning to 6 months)||5kg||100g|
|Junior (6-9 months)|
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