This is a 8 kg Advance Dog Sensitive Skin All Breed with tuna & rice . Advance Pet Nutrition products are all high quality premium foods and Australian Made. Advance Sensitive Skin is a food for adult dogs that are prone to dieatary sensitivities.
Helps Maintain Skin & Coat Health
Containing selected oils (omega3 fatty acids) for a healthy skin and coat.
Helps Maintain Urinary Tract Health
Feeding studies have substaniated Advance reduces the risk of lower urinary tract disease (LUTD), with controlled levels of minerals and high digestibility to promote the producation of increased volumes of slightly acidic urine.
Helps Strengthen The Immune System
Advance contains a unique blend of vitamin C, vitamin E, taurine, and lycopene. These ingredients have been proven to increase the level of antioxidants in your pet. Antioxidants are essential for the animal's natural defences and to protect its cells.
Helps Maintain Dental Health
Advance is specifically designed to promote dental health. Kibbles of certain size and shape help reduce tartar accumulation through mechanical abrasion. By feeding these kibbles daily, in conjunction with a regular scale and polish by a veterinarian, tartar accumulation will be reduced.
Highest Quality Tuna & Rice
Australia has a world wide repuation for producing high quality premium food and Advance is no exception. We only source the very best ingredients from approved suppliers ensuring our product is clean, safe and fresh.
Nutrifibre Smaller Firmer Stools
A patented combination of soluble and insoluble fibre that acts as a predbiotic and selectively promotes healthy bacteria (bifido bacteria, lactobacillus) in the gut resulting in fewer, firmer stools.
Extensive non-invasive testing has been conducted at the Waltham Centre for Petcare and Nutrition in the UK, which is why Advance is equal to, if not better than imported or locally produced super premium pet foods on the market.
Advance is 100% Australian Made and has been developed in Australia for Australian dogs and cats.
For more information visit http://www.advancedpetnutrition.com.au.