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Iams For Vitality Adult Large Breed

Nutrivet Instinct Atlantic Ten Fish

Rated

54%

Rated

87%
Country of origin:
France

Rated

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Profile

Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
Not high in meat: Contains less than 30% meat (on a dry matter basis) or meat percentage is unspecified
Not hypoallergenic: Contains one or more common allergy causing ingredients or has an ingredient list that is too unclear to rule out their presence
Not clearly labelled: It is difficult to tell exactly what is in this food due to a lack of labelling clarity
Certified nutritionally complete: This food complies fully with the complete food nutrient tolerances as recommended by FEDIAF and/or AAFCO
Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
High meat content: Contains at least 30% meat (on a dry matter basis)
Hypoallergenic: Free from all ingredients that are regularly linked by veterinarians to food allergies and/or intolerance in dogs like wheat, maize, dairy products, soya products and artificial additives
Clearly labelled: Each ingredient is clearly and individually stated and there is at least a reasonable indication of the percentages of the main ingredients

Type

Dry extruded complete Dry extruded complete

Breeds

Large & giant breedsAll breeds

Ages

From 12 months to 8 yearsFrom 12 months to 7 years

RRP

12kg bags = £30.9912kg bags = £44.90

Daily
amount

Approximate* daily feeding amount and cost based on a dog weighing 14 kg

Cost per day

Pack sizes

2kg, 5kg & 12kg bags12kg bags

Varieties

With Fresh Chicken
With Lamb
Fish

Ingredients

Dried ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food & TurkeyClick to see what we think about Turkey in dog food 24% (Including ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food 14%), MaizeClick to see what we think about Maize / Corn in dog food, MaizeClick to see what we think about Maize / Corn in dog food Grits, BarleyClick to see what we think about Barley in dog food, Animal FatClick to see what we think about Unspecified Animal Fats and Oils in dog food, Fresh ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food (4.7%), SorghumClick to see what we think about Sorghum in dog food, Dried Beet PulpClick to see what we think about Sugar Beet in dog food (2.7%), Chicken GravyClick to see what we think about Gravy / Broth / Sauce in dog food, MineralsClick to see what we think about Vitamins and Minerals in dog food (Including Sodium HexametaphosphateClick to see what we think about Sodium Hexametaphosphate in dog food (0.38%)), FructooligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food (0.21%), Brewers’ Dried YeastClick to see what we think about Brewer's Yeast in dog food.

HerringClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food (min. 13%), SalmonClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food (min. 11%), CodClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food (min. 9%), Sardines (min. 9%), PotatoesClick to see what we think about Potatoes in dog food, PeasClick to see what we think about Peas in dog food, Chicken FatClick to see what we think about Specified Animal Fats and Oils in dog food (min. 7%), Dehydrated Mackerel (min. 7%), Dehydrated Pollock (min. 5%), Dehydrated Whiting (min. 4%), Bass (min. 2%), Dehydrated Seabream (min. 2%), Dehydrated Hake (min. 2%), Dehydrated ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food (min. 2%), Powdered EggsClick to see what we think about Egg in dog food (min. 2%), Salmon OilClick to see what we think about Fish Oil in dog food (min. 2%), Fish OilClick to see what we think about Fish Oil in dog food (min. 2%), Dehydrated Pea ProteinClick to see what we think about Pea Protein in dog food, Beetroot Pulp, Green Beans, Lentils, Sweet PotatoesClick to see what we think about Sweet Potatoes in dog food, TomatoesClick to see what we think about Tomatoes in dog food, Apples, AlfalfaClick to see what we think about Alfalfa / Lucerne in dog food, Spinach, Chicory RootClick to see what we think about Chicory in dog food, YeastClick to see what we think about Brewer's Yeast in dog food, Fennel Leaves, Lingon Berries, Pomegranate Pulp, Blackcurrant Jelly, Vitamins & MineralsClick to see what we think about Vitamins and Minerals in dog food, Dehydrated Plasma Protein, Hydrolysed PoultryClick to see what we think about Poultry in dog food LiversClick to see what we think about Liver in dog food, Grape SeedClick to see what we think about Grape Seed Extract in dog foodS, Potassium ChlorideClick to see what we think about Potassium Chloride in dog food, Calcium CarbonateClick to see what we think about Calcium Carbonate in dog food, Fructo-OligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food (FOSClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food), Mannan-OligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about MOS in dog food (MOSClick to see what we think about MOS in dog food), TaurineClick to see what we think about Taurine in dog food, Fucus Vesiculosus Extract (Bladderwrack), Ascophyllum Nodosum Extract (Rockweed), Yucca Schidigera ExtractClick to see what we think about Yucca Extract in dog food, Chondroitin SulphateClick to see what we think about Chondroitin in dog food, N-Acetyl-Glucosamine SulphateClick to see what we think about Glucosamine in dog food, Methyl-Sulfonyl-MethaneClick to see what we think about MSM in dog food, Mint Leaf, L-CarnitineClick to see what we think about L-Carnitine in dog food Tartrate, Rosemary ExtractClick to see what we think about Rosemary in dog food, Green Tea ExtractClick to see what we think about Green Tea in dog food, Phosphoric AcidClick to see what we think about Phosphoric Acid in dog food.

Protein
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

25%44.4%%

Fat
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

14.1%17.8%%

Fibre
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

2.3%2.2%%

Ash
dry matter

Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

6.8%7.2%%

Carbs
dry matter

Estimated content
Unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information

54%30.6%%

Typical Analysis

Protein 23%, Fat Content 13%, Omega-6 Fatty Acids 2.5%, Omega-3 Fatty Acids 0.17%, Crude Ash 6.3%, Crude Fibre 2.1%, Calcium 1.3%, Phosphorus 1.0%.

Protein: 40.00%, Fat: 16.00%, Moisture: 10.00%, Ash: 6.50%, Fibre: 2.00%, Linoleic Acid: 7.50% (Min.), Vitamin A: 24000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3: 2500 IU/kg, Vitamin E: 500.00 mg/kg, Vitamin C: 200.00 mg/kg, Vitamin K: 2.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B1: 30.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B2: 28.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B3: 65.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B5: 80.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B6: 12.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B7 (Choline): 4000 mg/kg, Vitamin B8 (Biotin): 6.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B9: 12.00 mg/kg, Vitamin B12: 0.45 mg/kg, Taurine: 850 mg/kg, Calcium: 1.40%, Phosphorus: 1.20%, Magnesium: 0.09%, Potassium: 0.70%, Sodium: 0.30%, Iron: 450 mg/kg, Copper: 15.00 mg/kg, Manganese: 75.00 mg/kg, Zinc: 380 mg/kg, Iodine:6.00 mg/kg, Selenium: 0.60 mg/kg.

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* The suggested feeding amounts and costs are only approximate and may vary considerably from dog to dog. Please take a look at our feeding guide for more information or click here to see how our figures are calculated.

Controversial, unclear or low-grade ingredients are given in red with especially contentious ingredients in bold red.

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