Ultra Dog Food – Joint Supplement
$44.00 – $166.00
NEW ULTRA DOG FOOD
Made by New Zealand dog owners for people who love their dogs. No artificial colours or flavours. Enriched with Omega 3, Omega 6, Garlic, Kelp and Rosemary for a shiny healthy coat and a good immune system. Whether you have a puppy, adult or working dog, Ultra Pet Food is the preferred choice for dog owners.
Minerals come in 3 forms, chelated (or proteinated) sulphates and oxides. Chelated are more easily absorbed than oxides and sulphates.
Excellent for giving your older dogs more energy & mobility by reducing the painful effects of arthritis and joint stiffness.
Each biscuit contains:
Glucosamine Sulphate (1300mg)
Chondroitin Sulphate (1000mg)
6200 iu Vitamin A
390 iu Vitamin D
55 mg Vitamin E
plus Vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12,
Biotin, Niacin, Panothenic Acid
Selenium, Copper,Manganese, Zinc
In total over 60 naturally occurring minerals, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids.
Contains fish meal, brown rice, fish oil, shark cartilage
For the first 4-6 weeks the following dosage can be doubled to allow the ingredients to build up in the bloodstream:
Daily Maintenance Requirements: Can be fed to your dog as a treat
Toy Breeds (up to 5Kg) 2 Biscuits
Small Dogs (5 – 15Kg) 4 Biscuits
Medium Dogs (15-25Kg) 6 Biscuits
Large Dogs (25-45 Kg) 9 Biscuits
Giant Breeds (45Kg +) 12 Biscuits
An initial dosage is recommended of double the maintenance dosage (below). Use initial dosage for 4-6 weeks.
1 – 1 1/2 cups (100-150 gms) per 10 kg of body weight per day.
When introducing your dog to Ultra, mix 25% Ultra with their existing food, then gradually increase the Ultra to 100% over the next week.
Massey University confirms Ultra Dog foods exceeds A.A.F.C.O’s standards.
Store in a cool dry place. To maintain freshness, store in the bag in a lidded container.
Quality Dry Dog Food (such as ULTRA) should NOT contain:
- By-products of hooves, beaks etc often produced through the rendering process of recycled dead animals etc
- Artificial preservatives (BHA, BHT, or Ethoxyquin)
- Artificial colors
- Propylene glycol.
Do google ‘Food Pets Die For’ a book written by Ann Martin which describes how some foods can be made!