Valp Maxi is a Super Premium food which supplies the extra nutrients vitamins and minerals that puppies need for growing up. It is suitable for puppies from 4 weeks to adulthood. The size of the kibble is specially developed for puppies of larger breeds. Valp Maxi also contains 1000 mg/kg glucosamine and chondroitin.
81% Animal protein of total protein content
HIGH ENERGY AND NUTRITION CONTENT
Contains high quality, easily digestible ingredients such as chicken and salmon.
High fat content to meet high energy needs.
RICH IN MINERALS TO STRENGTHEN BONES AND TEETH
Right balance of calcium and phosphorus to strengthen bones and teeth.
Enriched with vitamin D to increase absorption of calcium and phosphorus.
CONTAINS CHONDROITIN AND GLUCOSAMINE
Chondroitin and glucosamine are components of the cartilage in the joints; these substances support the cartilage for supple joints.
PROMOTES A HEALTHY STOMACH
High energy content means smaller portions to avoid stomach problems.
Contains fructo-oligosaccharides and yeast which favour ‘good’ bacteria in the stomach and reduce the risk of soft stool.
Rich in fibre to stimulate intestinal movement and to improve texture of stool.
Contains lecithin to increase digestibility of fats.
STRENGTHENS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Enriched with Vitamins A and E which increase resistance to disease and boost immune system.
With beta-carotene, an antioxidant to strengthen natural immunity.
Optimal content of fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6 to counteract inflammations and strengthen immunity.
GIVES A HEALTHY, SHINY COAT
Contains biotin, a B-vitamin, to help build up a good coat.
Rich in fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6 to improve the condition of the skin and coat.
Enriched with copper to stimulate enzymes which enhance colour of coat.
Highest quality ingredients give taste that dogs love.
To ease the transition from mother’s milk to solid food, at around 4 weeks of age you can moisten Husse puppy food kibbles with some lukewarm water. At first add a lot of water (to obtain a porridge), and then gradually reduce the amount of water as the puppy matures. Around the age of 8 weeks your puppy should be eating solid food. Puppies under 6 months of age should be fed 3-4 times daily; after 6 months, you may start feeding twice a day. Make it a habit to give the puppy some quiet time after the meal. For daily ration see feeding table. The feeding table is merely a guide, the daily amount has to be adjusted according to the puppy’s individual requirements. A bowl of fresh water should always be available to your dog.
Lactating bitch Unlimited nutrition (ad libitum) until when weaning is complete.