SMALL TO MEDIUM
BREED PUPPY

Single grain recipe with real chicken, lamb & rice

Super-premium Limited Ingredient Diet for Small to Medium Breed Puppies

DUOPROTEIN:

CHICKEN & LAMB

DHA:

BRAIN & VISION DEVELOPMENT

CORN | SOYA GLUTEN | ARTIFICIAL COLOURS & FLAVOURS

COMPLETE & BALANCED | RECOMMENDED BY VETS

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ABOUT KAROO SMALL TO MEDIUM BREED PUPPIES

In the early stages of development, small to medium breed puppies require nutrition that’s not just easy to eat, but delivers everything their developing minds and bodies need, while ensuring strong foundations for a healthy, happy adulthood. Scientifically formulated and nutrient-rich, Montego Karoo Puppy’s super-premium, limited ingredient recipe provides small to medium breed puppies with an optimally balanced diet.

Low Carbohydrate Formulation Using Only Rice

A single grain, high-quality, highly digestible carbohydrate provides all-day energy.

Energy-Sustaining Protein: Chicken

Provides an abundance of energy for physical strength to meet the demands of an active and playful lifestyle.

Strength-Building Protein: Lamb

Adds delicious flavour and texture, while providing essential amino acids, crucial to the development of strong, healthy muscles.

Omega-6 from Animal Fats and Vegetable Oils

Omega-6 fatty acids from chicken fat help nourish your puppy’s skin, while encapsulated fatty acids are essential for reducing stool odour.

Prebiotics: Beet Pulp and Inulin

This fibre-rich source of fructo-oligosaccharides stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria in immature digestive systems, while also improving stool quality.

Protective Coating: Kaolin

Provides a protective coating to the epithelial of the gastrointestinal tract, aiding optimal nutrient absorption.

Immune-Boosting Fish Oils

Omega-3 fatty acids from Fish Oil and Salmon Oil powder are essential to immune system health, joint health, as well as the shine and condition of the skin and coat.

Vision & Brain Support from DHA

DHA, found naturally in the milk of mother dogs, is a key element in the healthy development of the brain, vision and central nervous system.

Rice, chicken meal, chicken fat, lamb meal, beet pulp, whole egg powder, brewer’s yeast, inulin, milk powder (lactose-reduced), hydrolysed chicken, fish oil, kaolin, salmon oil powder, potassium chloride, salt, essential minerals & vitamins, sodium bisulphate, encapsulated fatty acids.

Nutritional: Vitamin A 12 500 IU, Vitamin D3 1 250 IU, Vitamin E 100 IU, Vitamin C 50 IU, potassium chloride 6.5 g, zinc hydroxychloride 120 mg, ferrous sulphate 80 mg, copper sulphate 10 mg, potassium iodide 1.5 mg and sodium selenite 0.25 mg; Preservatives: Approved antioxidants; Sensory: Palatability meat-based enhancers.

Crude protein 27%
Moisture 12%
Total fat 14.5%
Crude fibre 3%
Crude ash 7.5%
Calcium 1.5%
Phosphorus 0.9%
Omega-6 fatty acids 2.5%
Omega-3 fatty acids 1%
DHA 0.25%
Glycaemic carbohydrates 33%
Taurine 750 mg/kg
Glucosamine 640 mg/kg
Chondroitin 330 mg/kg
Metabolisable energy 375 kcal/100g

HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU FEED YOUR PUPPY?

Puppies need to be fed according to their adult weight and fed 3 times daily up to 6 months of age. Thereafter, twice daily until adulthood. When switching your puppy to Karoo Puppy, do so gradually, by decreasing your existing brand and increasing the amount of Karoo Puppy.

ENSURE FRESH WATER IS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR PUPPY AT ALL TIMES

DAILY FEEDING GUIDE

Adult Weight 2 Months (g/day) 4 Months (g/day) 6 Months (g/day) 9 - 12 Months (g/day)
1 - 5 kg 30 - 90 g 35 - 120 g 40 - 125 g Adult
5 - 10 kg 90 - 145 g 120 - 200 g 125 - 210 g Adult - 210 g
10 - 15 kg 145 - 195 g 200 - 275 g 210 - 285 g 210 - 280 g
15 - 20 kg 195 - 245 g 275 - 340 g 285 - 355 g 280 - 350 g
20 - 30 kg 245 - 315 g 340 - 455 g 355 - 480 g 350 - 470 g

HIGHLY ACTIVE, PREGNANT OR LACTATING ADULT DOGS AND BITCHES

Adult Weight Grams/Day
1 - 5 kg 35 - 135 g
5 - 10 kg 135 - 225 g
10 - 15 kg 225 - 300 g
15 - 20 kg 300 - 375 g
20 - 30 kg 375 - 510 g

Karoo Puppy, Adult and Senior available in 1.75kg, 8kg and 20kg bags. V27236 (Act 36 of 1947)