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BETA Puppy Small Breed Chicken Dry Dog Food - 2kg

 Average Cost Per Day £0.26 
 Average Cost Per Year£94.9
 Average Length 1 Bag Lasts4 Weeks, 3 Days*
*Calculation based on a 5 month old puppy with an expected adult
weight of 5kg, being fed 80g per day as per brand guidelines, and
product total price £7.99 as accurate on date of review.


There’s so much to explore, so much to chase, so much to taste and sniff and play with…and everything looks so big! So - growing up is hard work for your little puppy! That’s why our Purina BETA tailored nutrition for small breed puppies includes antioxidants to help support natural defences, and DHA that’s essential for growing puppies. It is also formulated with selected natural ingredients and natural prebiotics to help support digestive health, to help make sure your little puppy is ready to explore the world every day. And we do all this without including any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.


Ingredients Nutritional Additives
Chicken Meal(27%), Wheat*, Corn*,Poultry Fat,Soya Meal,Wheat Middling, Dehydrated Animal Protein,Dried Beet Pulp, Digest, Derivatives of vegetable origin (of which 0.07% dried parsley*),Vegetable protein extracts, Vegetables*(1% dried chicory root, 0.07% dried carrot, 0.07% dried spinach), Minerals. IU/kg
  Vitamin A 22,600 
  Vitamin D31,300
  Vitamin E105
Analytical Constituents  Iron93
 Protein29%  Iodine2.4
 Fat Content15%  Copper10
 Crude Ash7.5%  Magnesium 7
 Crude Fibres3.0%  Zinc160
 DHA0.05%  Selenium0.22

Natural ingredients

Feeding Guide

Adult Body Weight (kg)1.5 Months3 Months 5 Months8 Months12 Months

This information is provided as a guide only. Please refer to the product packaging for full details. The feeding quantities are based on the average healthy dog. Individual feeding needs depend on many factors, including weight, age, size, activity level and environment. So, feeding amounts needed may vary and should be adjusted as required to maintain a lean, healthy body and weight.

If you wanted to feed a mixed diets, perhaps wet and dry food, then be sure to alter the feeding quantities accordingly to avoid over-feeding your dog.

Again, feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095

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