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Dog Feeding Guides

It doesn’t cost any more to feed the best.

We’ve taken three of the most common breeds in Australia, in three different size categories to give you a guide as to the cost of making the switch to Australian Natural Health.

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For a small companion of 8kg like a Fox Terrier or miniature breed it costs just 85c per day.

For a medium companion of 16kg like the average Australian Kelpie it costs just $1.10 per day

For a large companion of 30kgs like a Labrador it costs from just $2.35 per day.

All figures quoted are based on feeding the recommended daily serving of Adult food from our 13kg bags at the full recommended retail of $109.90. It’s a very small amount to ensure your companion has the best. The above however is only a guide, as intake will vary depending on age, weight, breed and level of activity. We always recommend that if you are unsure how much you should be feeding your companion, that you consult your trusted veterinarian.

 

TIPS TO CHANGING YOUR COMPANIONS FOOD

Switching to a new food can be daunting, so we want to assist you in feeding your companion the optimal amount of Australian Natural HealthTM food to keep your companion in natural health.

If your companion is currently on a fairly limited dry food diet, it is important to introduce our food slowly over a 5-7 day period, as it can take this time for their digestive system to adjust to the higher nutrient levels.

We recommend that you mix our food with your existing food, gradually increasing the amount of Ivory Coat Companion Goods Australian Natural HealthTM food each day.

 

DAILY FEEDING GUIDES

The below guides are only that, as intake will vary depending on age, weight, breed and level of activity. We always recommend that if you are unsure that you consult your trusted veterinarian.

You should also always ensure that plenty of clean fresh water is available to your companion at all times. 

The below guides are based on your companions current weight and should increase as they grow. 

For companions 2 – 12 months of age eating our Puppy formula:

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For those who work best with imperial measurements 1 Cup equals approximately 160 grams. 

For companions 1 Year+ of age eating any of our Adult range:

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For those who work best with imperial measurements 1 Cup equals approximately 160 grams.  

For companions recommended by your veterinarian to be on a reduced fat diet and feeding our Reduced Fat Turkey:

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For those who work best with imperial measurements 1 Cup equals approximately 160 grams.