Appetitt dog food for adult dogs
Dog food for the adult dog
Appetitt is a Norwegian-made dog food that is produced in beautiful Vaksdal, just outside Bergen. Appetitt offers food for dogs in all life stages, with different taste preferences and also with adaptation for special needs. Examples of this are food for sensitive dogs, for dogs that need support for their skin and fur or for dogs that put on weight easily.
Appetite Maintenance has been developed especially for adult dogs with normal activity and is available for dogs of small, medium and large breeds.
The feed contains high-quality protein of animal and marine origin with high digestibility, and is produced on a gluten-free recipe, i.e. contains no grain raw materials with the exception of rice (rice does not contain gluten). The feed has a high content of hydrolysed protein raw materials and has very high digestibility.
This is how you change your dog's food
Changing dog food should be done gradually to minimize any digestive problems or discomfort for your dog. It’s a good idea to talk to your vet before you start changing your feed. The vet can give you advice based on your dog’s specific needs and any health problems it may have.
To introduce the new feed gradually, you can start by mixing the new feed with the old feed in a ratio of 25/75 (new/old) during the first 3-4 days. You can then gradually increase the proportion of the new feed over a period of 7-10 days, until you finally use 100% of the new feed.
Remember that every dog is unique and some may take longer than others to adjust to the new food. Be patient and give your dog the time he needs to get used to the changes.
With highly absorbable Omega-3
Krill is a raw material in Appetitt because the raw material contributes high-quality protein and good digestibility. Furthermore, the content of the essential omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA is very high compared to other available marine raw materials. The omega-3 fatty acids in krill meal are water-soluble, which means they are taken up faster and more efficiently in the body than from traditional omega-3 sources such as fish oil.
High-quality omega 3 sources are positive for the dog’s and cat’s bone and joint health, skin and coat quality as well as the development of brain and nerve functions. In addition, krill contains natural glucosamine, a functional substance that can have a positive effect on the animal’s bone and joint health.
The krill fishery has been named the world’s most sustainable reduction fishery for four years in a row. Fishing is limited to a specific region in Antarctica called area 48. The UN defines a fishery as sustainable when up to 10 percent is taken out of the stock. For the Antarctic krill fishery, the quota for area 48 is set at just 1 per cent of the biomass.
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