Vitamins and minerals that are included in FINEPET'S dog food are all natural in origin.Please make yourself the main name and content to your reference here.
|Phosphorus||0.9% or more|
|Copper||14mg / kg or more|
|Zinc||180mg / kg or more|
|L-carnitine||100mg / kg or more|
|Glucosamine||300mg / kg or more|
|Chondroitin||100mg / kg or more|
|Vitamin A||12,000IU / kg or more|
|Vitamin D3||1,300IU / kg or more|
|Vitamin E||150IU / kg or more|
|Vitamin B6||5mg / kg|
Vitamins and minerals used in FINEPET'S dog food is intended the same level which are all used for human medicine.
There are those that have no choice but to part purification process through the synthesis process, but the petroleum refining etc. are not used at all.
FINEPET'S dog food take good food seriously. That's why we only use raw materials of a "level of human consumption": fresh Australian lamb meat, chicken, salmon meat, and absolutely no meat by-products or chemically synthesized additives, so that our customers can feed their pet safely and securely for life.
|Calories (※)||382kcal / 100g|
|Metabolism amount of energy||440kcal / 100g|
※ Information concerning the calories is written in detail under "About the calorie display".
Since the amount of calories that are actually consumed by the body are based the digestion and absorption rate of that food which can vary greatly. The calorie count displayed on typical pet food is not accurate.。
FINEPET'S pet food displays the correct calorie count taking into consideration the digestion and absorption rate, but we ask that you feed your dog not based on the calories but rather closely observe any changes in your dog’s weight and stools.
The digestion and absorption rate of FINEPET'S pet food is an extremely high rate of 87%. This is more than twice the digestion and absorption rate of even the most upscale dog foods on the market.
Precisely because of the high digestion and absorption rate, a much smaller amount of this amazing pet food provides all the necessary nutrients, thus, feeding the same amount as pet foods you’ve used in the past could cause obesity.
We implore owners to adhere to our feeding guidelines, and carefully watch for any changes in your dog’s weight.