Can be fed from four to six weeks when soaked.
Your puppy deserves the best start in life. Your dog’s development for the rest of their life is dependent on what they are fed during their first year.
A puppy’s nutritional needs are very demanding. Our unique formula includes a careful balance of highest quality protein, oils, fats and carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Your puppy can start to be fed Salter’s Puppy Food from three to four weeks of age because it’s so digestible.
We don’t use any artificial colours, antioxidants or preservatives. Our dog food’s colour is the natural colour after cooking. We use an antioxidant which is a natural extract of Vitamin E (called “topcopherol-rich extracts of natural origin”). Our dog food is preserved naturally, as a result of suitable drying of the cooked kibbles. Like most biscuits, they’re naturally stable stored under cool, dry conditions away from animal contact.
- 27.8% Crude Protein
18% Crude Oils and Fats
3% Crude Fibres
- 6% Crude Ash
Chicken Meat Meal, Spray Dried Chicken Meal, Ground maize, Round Grain Rice,Chicken Fat, Maize Gluten Meal, Dried Whole Egg, Dried Sugar Beet Pulp, Cellulose Fibre, Full Fat Linseed, Sunflower Meal, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Yeast (autolyzed), Natural Seaweed, Vitamins and Minerals.
Nutritional Additives per kg:
vitamin A 24,750 iu,vitamin D3 2000 iu, vitamin E (as alpha-tocopherol acetate) 347 iu.
Trace Elements per kg:
(selenium) sodium selenite 0.11 mg, (iodine) calcium iodate anhydrous 2.35 mg, (iron) ferrous sulphate monohydrate 33.33 mg, (manganese) manganous oxide 80.64 mg, (zinc) zinc oxide 138.88 mg, (copper) cupric sulphate pentahydrate 20.16 mg.
Technological: tocopherol rich extracts of natural origin (vitamin E) as EC permitted antioxident.
* Chicken is collectively our number one ingredient in our food apart from Senior which deliberately contains lower protein. Every UK dog food manufacturer is required by Trading Standards to list their ingredients in order of the highest percentage by which they make up the product. Salters do this, along with every other dog food provider. However, when you look at our ingredients more closely you can see we have listed “Chicken” on three occasions: Chicken Meat Meal, Chicken and Chicken Fat. Collectively, when we add all the chicken together this is the highest percentage of ingredients in our dog food*. The only exception is Salters Senior, which deliberately contains less chicken in order to create a dog food with lower protein levels.