Hypo Stress-Digestion 12,5 kg

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Restlessness and/or hyperactivity in adult dogs can be solved with the right food.
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Article number: DK100200

Hypo-Stress Digestion contains natural and calming substances such as L Tryptophan and Theanine. These substances prevent restless and hyperactive behaviour in your dog. This diet is also recommended for dogs suffering from stress, anxiety sufferers, dogs in training and as a complement to behavioural therapy. Digestive problems can be stress related. These are also dealt with effectively.

In addition to supportive feeding, it is obviously important to protect your dog from too many stimuli.

Composition of Denkadog Hypo Stress-Digestion

Maize, wheat, dehydrated beef, dehydrated chicken, beef fat, rice, dehydrated fish, linseed, beetroot pulp, lecithin, vitamins, minerals, trace elements.

Chicken is highly digestible and rich in unsaturated fatty acids such as omega 6 and vitamins (niacin and folic acid).

Beet pulp is rich in minerals, soluble and insoluble fibres that contribute to a good intestinal transit and promote favourable intestinal flora.

Analytical constituents

Protein 21%, fat 14%, fibre 2.5%, inorganic matter 6.5%, moisture 8%, calcium (Ca) 1.5%, phosphorus (P) 1%, sodium (Na) 0.25%.

Directions for use

If you change your dog's menu, it is best to do this gradually. The amount of food that you should then give your dog depends, among other things, on his breed, level of activity and living conditions. Divide the amount of food into at least 2 meals per day and make sure that there is sufficient fresh drinking water. Keep a close eye on your dog's condition.

Feeding schedule
Weight Quantity/day
1 22 - 28 g
5 70 - 100 g
10 125 - 170 g
15 170 - 235 g
20 210 - 290 g
25 250 - 340 g
30 285 - 390 g
35 320 - 440 g
40 355 - 485 g
50 420 - 575 g
60 480 - 655 g
70 540 - 735 g
80 600 - 815 g

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