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Advance Puppy Plus Growth

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Advance contains a unique blend of ingredients which increase the level of antioxidants in all dog breeds, which are essential for cellular repair and helps strengthen the immune system. Its patented combination of fermentable fibres acts as prebiotic promoting healthy bacteria in the gut, resulting in fewer and firmer stools. It also helps improve skin and coat condition of your pet with its enhanced levels of zinc and linoleic acids, helping your pet look its best. Advance Puppy Plus Growth diet contains enhanced levels of DHA and Choline for brain development, making it the intelligent food of choice. It is designed and is also suitable, for the most demanding life stages of a gestating and lactating bitch. Advance has added Colostrum to help minimise the risk of diarrhoea in young animals during stressful times, such as weaning and rehousing and helps to maintain a healthy gastro-intestinal tract.
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  • Additional Information

    • Nutrition Type
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Suitable for all puppies from weaning to 12 months of age
    • Brand
    • Ingredients
      Chicken, Corn Gluten, Chicken Tallow, Rice, Corn, Sorghum, Chicken Digest, Tuna, Beet Pulp, Sunflower Oil, Iodised Salt, Potassium Chloride, Inulin, Choline Chloride, Turkey, Taurine, Plant Extracts (Tomato Powder (source of Lycopene), Marigold Meal (source of Lutein)), Vitamin E, Dicalcium Phosphate, Zinc Sulphate, Vitamin C, Citric Acid, Colostrum, Antioxidants, Beta-Carotene, Iron Sulphate, Copper Sulphate, Vitamin B5, Vitamin A, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B12, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B3, Selenium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9.
    • Health Benefits
      Growth Support
    • Life Stage
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    Customer Reviews(5)

    • Magnus says... My french mastif cross has had this food for nearly a year and it really seems to make a difference. His fur is shiny, he is slim, toned and very active. My vet recomend this food until he is 18months it cost a bit more but definately worth it if you care about your dog.
    • Gabrielle says... We were given a small bag of Advance to try when we got our puppy from our breeder as he wasn't overly happy with his other type of food. He took to it like a duck to water and he loves it! He is such a healthy boy now and has a beautiful coat and lots of energy. Best of all, his breath doesn't stink like with some other dog foods! Very happy with this brand, however would love it to be even slightly cheaper as we go through a 15kg bag every 2 months. Highly recommend.
    • Pamela says... Our staffy pup has tried other high end brand puppy dry food and had skin allergies or refused to eat it. She is a healthy looking dog with a beautiful shiny coat. Was recommended by a breeder in Townsville, and would definitely recommend it to others.
    • Taila says... I have had my Siberian Husky since 8 weeks old and this is the only food he will eat! To start out with the food was too easily processed by him as a pup with such an active metabolism and the nutrients packed in the food, resulting in runny puppy poop. But After a month off this product we introduced it into his diet again and he is now 5 months old and extremely healthy, such a massive change within a week with his appetite and bowl movements. The price isn't too bad, you definitely get what you pay for! 100% Recommend!
    • Melanie says... I've had our 5 month old pup on Advance since we brought him home and he is such a healthy dog, super chiny coat, nice firm stools, no problems with him liking it at all. Keeps him full , a bit expensive but it works out cheaper in the end because you feed them less! Very happy with this brand, and a bonus that it's Australian Made!

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