Help your puppy to lead a happy and healthy life with Burns. Our nutritious puppy food is made with natural ingredients and has been specially formulated to provide all the goodness a pup needs to thrive.
Our Puppy Original Lamb & Rice diet contains a controlled level of protein and fat, ensuring your puppy follows a slow and steady growth pattern which will help to avoid skeletal problems later in life. Lower protein levels support healthy bone and muscle development in your puppy.
Highly digestible rice and oats ensure your puppy has plenty of energy to play all day whilst helping to maintain a healthy digestive system – leaving you with less waste to clean up. All Burns diet avoid ingredients that commonly cause intolerance such as beef, wheat, soya and dairy. We also don’t use any 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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White Rice (18%), Brown Rice (17%), Lamb Meal (16%), Rice Protein, Oats, Lamb Fat, Peas, Pea Protein, Salmon Oil, Seaweed, Minerals.
Crude Protein 24%, Crude Fat 15%, Crude Fibre 3.3%, Crude Ash 7%, Copper 19mg/kg, Sodium 0.4%, Calcium 1.6%, Phosphorus 1.2%, Magnesium 0.16%, Potassium 0.54%, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.1%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.5%.
Vitamins: 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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