SPECIFIC Canine Everyday Adult All Breed Tray 6 x 300g
What is SPECIFIC Canine Everyday Adult All Breed wet food?
SPECIFIC Adult All Breed is a complete and balanced wet food for adult dogs of all breeds. It can be fed as a main meal or mixed with dry kibble.
This food is also suitable for dogs with missing teeth or other problems with chewing.
The recipe contains high levels of Omega-3 from fish help to support healthy skin, coat and joints. The added beta-glucans from yeast help support the immune system. This diet contains moderate energy content to help maintain ideal bodyweight.
SPECIFIC have added psyllium husk to help firm up stools and regulate the digestive tract.
Who is this food suitable for?
This food is suitable for adult dogs of all breeds.
Also suitable for dogs with missing teeth or other dental problems that make chewing difficult.
SPECIFIC product code: CXW
What are the benefits of using SPECIFIC Canine Everyday Adult All Breed wet food?
Complete & nutritionally balanced
High levels of Omega-3 from fish oils
Supports healthy skin, coat & joints
Added psyllium husk to firm stools & regulate digestion
Highly digestible ingredients
Supports immune system
Moderate energy content
Helps maintain ideal bodyweight
Contains no artificial colours or flavourings
Ideal for adult dogs of all breeds
Suitable for dogs with dental issues that make chewing difficult
Packaging6 x 300g
What is in SPECIFIC Canine Everyday Adult All Breed wet food?
Pork, beef, maize, chicken, eggs, minerals, powdered cellulose, psyllium husk, sugar, rice, vitamins and trace elements, yeast (source of ß-1,3/1,6-glucans).
Contains no artificial colours or flavourings.
Analytical Constituents (per 100g):
Crude Protein 9.6g, Crude Fat 5g, Carbohydrate 3.4g, Crude Fibre 0.9g, Calcium 0.18g, Phosphorus 0.17g, Sodium 0.13g, Omega-3 0.06g, Water 79.6g, Ratio n-3:n-6 1:9.
Energy kJ: 406
Energy kcal: 97
How much SPECIFIC Canine Everyday Adult All Breed wet food should I feed?
Feeding Guide in grams per day
The daily requirement may vary depending on factors such as breed, environment, season and activity level. It is recommended that you monitor your dog and adjust the feeding amount to fit their individual needs.
How do I know if my dog is the right weight?
Steps to ideal bodyweight
Weight check: Get your dog's body condition checked and weighed.
Planning: Work with your vet to decide what is the target weight. Choose a suitable food for your dog's needs, and then calculate the daily feeding amount.
Implement the feeding: It’s important that you measure out the food so, if you need to you can easily and accurately adjust it.
Regularly weigh your dog: A simple way to do this is weigh yourself, then weigh yourself while holding your dog then subtract the two numbers. If you have a larger breed or are unable to carry the dog, it is advised to get your dog to sit on some bathroom scales, or pop into your vets to use the scales in the waiting room!
Be patient – It’s not going to happen overnight but if you stick with it your dog will reach their target weight, and it will all be worth it with a happier healthy dog.
Maintain weight: Once you have reached target weight you need to make sure they stay there by choosing a suitable food for your dog's needs.