Around the age of 7 plus, your dogs lifestyle and nutritional needs start to change.
They will probably become less active and may be more prone to weight gain.
So switch to Bakers Complete Senior to help your dog live life to the full and optimise their health long into his senior years.
Smaller pieces - for easier chewing
Increased protein - to help maintain muscle mass
Lower in fat - to help prevent weight gain
Omega 3 and 6 - for a glossy coat and healthy skinApproximate Dimensions (Packaged):
30 x 32.5 x 40cmApproximate Dimensions (Product):
30 x 32.5 x 40cmApproximate Product Weight (for Delivery charge calculation):
Ingredients and Nutrition
Main Flavour: Fresh Chicken (4% min).
Suitable for pets of the following lifestage(s):
Senior 7yrs plus.
Cereals, Meat and animal derivatives (Minimum 4% fresh meat, minimum 4% chicken), Various sugars, Vegetable protein extracts, Oils and fats, Minerals, Derivatives of vegetable origin.
EC Additives : colourants, antioxidants and preservatives.
Linoleic acid 2.8%
Linolenic acid 0.16%
Vitamin A 15,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E 75mg/kg, Copper (as copper sulphate) 20mg/kg, Iron (as ironsulphate)265mg/kg
Feeding Guide (approximate per day)
Toy - 1-5kg 35-125g 3-10
Typical Breeds: Chihuahua, King Charles Spaniel, Pekingese, West Highland White Terrier and others weighing from 1kg to 5kg.
Small - 5-10kg 125-205g 10-20
Typical Breeds: Fox Terrier, Dachshund, Whippet and others weighing from 5kg to 10kg.
Medium - 10-25kg 205-410g 20-40 Typical Breeds: Cocker Spaniel, Beagle and others weighing from 10kg to 25kg.
Large - 25-45kg 410-635g 40-60.
Typical Breeds: Labrador, Pointer, Setter and others weighing from 25kg to 45kg. Giant - 45-70kg 635-885g 60-85.
Typical Breeds: Great Dane, Borzoi, Bloodhound and others weighing from 45kg to 70kg.
One half pint mug holds approximately 85g of Bakers Complete Meaty Meals.
This feeding guide is based on average requirements for moderately active dogs at normal environmental temperatures.
Individual needs may vary and feeding should be adjusted as required to maintain your dog at a lean, healthy body weight.
If fed as a treat or meal complement then the quantity given should be instead of an equivalent volume of normal dog food.
Puppies and pregnant bitches should be fed to appetite.
Fresh, clean drinking water should always be available.