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High in fibre and low in fat, Burns Weight Control+ with Chicken & Oats is a complete kibble that has been specially developed for diabetic or obese adult dogs, as well as senior dogs.Burns Chicken & Oats Adult & Senior Weight Control+ is a specialist diet suitable for adult and senior dogs. This low-fat dry dog food contains whole grain oats that are high in soluble fibre, meaning that it is especially ideal for overweight dogs, as well as dogs with a large appetite or a tendency to gain weight. Burns Adult & Senior Weight Control+ is also an appropriate kibble for diabetic dogs as it boasts high levels of low-GI (Glyceamic Index), complex carbohydrates that release glucose slowly, thereby helping to naturally manage your dog's blood sugar levels.
Burns Weight Control+ Chicken & Oats complete dry dog food contains all the important nutrients your dog needs to stay happy and healthy. Thanks to its top-quality ingredients, this delicious kibble can help to support the health of your dog's skin, coat and digestive system. Burns Adult & Senior Weight Control+ can also be used to help manage common canine diet-related health problems, such as bad breath (halitosis), flatulence, excessive moulting and itchy skin.
This tasty dry dog food is based on a special hypoallergenic recipe that is completely free from wheat, soya, dairy, artificial colourings and artificial preservatives. This avoidance of such ingredients that can often trigger symptoms of food intolerances makes Burns Chicken & Oats - Adult & Senior Weight Control+ a suitable diet for most sensitive dogs.
Burns Chicken & Oats - Adult & Senior Weight Control+ at a glance:
The starting point for calculating feeding amounts:
Adult : 10g per 1kg of body weight per day
Senior : 8g per 1kg of body weight per day
Feed for target weight
Please Note: Feeding amounts stated above are only a starting point. Actual requirements depend on the breed, age, activity levels, environmental factors and individual variation. Adjustments should be made in the light of experience. For overweight dogs, daily feeding amounts should be based upon target weight not actual weight.