Acana Dog Dry Food Heritage Puppy Small Breed Recipe 2kg
Product Code: 531133
When it comes to ACANA® food for dogs, every ingredient matters. That’s why our Puppy Small Breed Recipe is thoughtfully crafted to nurture your puppy from start to finish. Rich with 70%*quality animal ingredients like fresh Canadian chicken and raw flounder balanced with 30% fruit, vegetables & botanicals, this recipe provides your growing small breed puppy with the protein and nutrition they need to support their rapid development. With quality animal ingredients balanced with fruit, vegetables and botanicals delivered daily, every meal of ACANA Puppy Small Breed Recipe is like it came from the farmer’s market.
-1st ingredient is fresh Canadian chicken. Our fresh ingredients use refrigeration as the sole method of preservation and our raw ingredients are frozen at their peak freshness.
- Contains no grain ingredients**.
- Proudly crafted in Canada.
- This recipe has a new look!
*Approximate and derived from the unprocessed state of the ingredients. **Produced in a facility that also processes grains.
Fresh chicken (18%), chicken meal (18%), whole red lentils, whole green peas, fresh chicken giblets (liver, heart) (7%), chicken fat (7%), turkey meal (4%), eggs (4%), raw flounder (4%), herring meal (4%), fish oil (3%), whole green lentils, whole chickpeas, whole yellow peas, pea fiber, pea starch, raw turkey livers (1%), salt, dried kelp, fresh whole pumpkin, fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole carrots, fresh whole apples, fresh whole pears, fresh whole zucchini, dried chicory root, fresh kale, fresh spinach, fresh turnip greens, fresh beet greens, fresh whole cranberries, fresh whole blueberries, fresh whole saskatoon berries, turmeric, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rosehips
ADDITIVES (per kg) Technological additives: With antioxidants. Nutritional additives: Choline chloride (choline): 700 mg, 3b606 (Zinc: 112.5 mg) , 3b406 (Copper (II): 11mg), Vitamin B1: 25mg, Vitamin B5: 8 mg, Vitamin B6: 7.5mg, Vitamin A: 3750 IU, Vitamin D: 500 IU, Vitamin E: 50 IU. Zootechnical additives: 4b1707 Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 10415 2.2x10^6 CFU.
Metabolizable Energy is 3660 kcal/kg (439 kcal per 250ml/120g cup), with 32% from protein, 22% from carbohydrates, and 46% from fat. ACANA Small Breed puppy is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by FEDIAF for All Life Stages, except for growth of Great Dane puppies prior to 14 weeks.
- Crude protein (min.) 33%
- Fat content (min.) 20%
- Crude fibre (max.) 5%
- Crude ash (max.) 7%
- Moisture (max.) 12%
- Calcium (min.) 1.5%
- Phosphorus (min.) 1.1%
- Omega-3 fatty acids (min.) 1%
- Omega-6 fatty acids (min.) 2.7%
- DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) (min.) 0.3%
- EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) (min.) 0.3%
- Glucosamine (min.) 800mg/kg
Each puppy is unique. Feeding amounts will vary. This chart is an initial guide. Adjust feeding accordingly. Feed twice daily and always provide fresh water. Gestation: Increase feeding 25% to 50%. Lactation: Feed 'Free Choice'.
Weight of Puppy Expected Adult Weight (kg)
(kg) (grams per day)
2kg 5kg 7kg 9kg
1 40g 60g 60g 60g
2 40g 80g 80g 80g
3 - 90g 120g 120g
5 - 80g* 120g 120g
7 - - 90g* 180g
9 - - - 120g*
*When fully grown, feed ACANA Adult Small Breed
Sizes available : 2kg / 6kg
WHY HAVE YOU UPDATED THE PACKAGING?
Our new packaging makes it very easy for Pet Lovers to find the information that is important to them. The look is cleaner, with our Go Beyond commitments featured on the back of the packaging. A call out to the benefits of rotational feeding encourages Pet Lovers to provide variety for their dogs, and it’s also very easy to find the ingredients, Guaranteed Analysis and a feeding guide.
WILL I NEED TO TRANSITION TO THE NEW RECIPES?
As these recipes are new formulas, dogs who are currently on ACANA will be okay with a short transition of 50/50 for a day or two.
Dogs that are particularly sensitive, or new to ACANA may benefit from a longer transition onto the new formulas. We recommend starting with 25% of the new ACANA diet with 75% of the previous diet, and gradually increasing the new diet over the course of a week.