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Leaps & Bounds Chicken & White Fish with Rice Large Breed Adult Dog Food

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Leaps & Bounds is a 100% natural dog food with added vitamins and minerals, that provides a complete and balanced nutrition and the great taste that dogs will look forward to every meal time. Good quality protein is used as the lead ingredient to help build and maintain muscle mass. The recipes include whole grain and vegetables to provide good fibre levels and natural prebiotics to support digestive health and maintain a healthy intestinal tract. It also features antioxidants and Omega 3 and 6 oils from natural sources to help strengthen the immune system and support a healthy skin and coat. Leaps & Bounds meets all the nutritional requirements established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials for dog food. It is an Australian made and owned product and contains no artificial colours, preservatives or flavours.
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    • Advice Care
      Ensure your dog always has fresh, clean water. If feeding Leaps and Bounds for the first time mix increasing amounts of the new food whilst decreasing the old food over a period of 5 to 7 days. DAY 1-2 25% Leaps and Bounds, 75% existing diet DAY 3-4 50% Leaps and Bounds, 50% existing diet DAY 5-6 75% Leaps and Bounds, 25% existing diet DAY 7 100% Leaps and Bounds
    • Benefits
      Real Chicken - natural protein for muscle development and repair Soya Bean - vegetable protein for balanced nutrition Rice - a highly digestible source of energy Real White Fish - rich in nutrients Chicory Root, Beet Pulp, Kelp & Garlic - prebiotic vegetable Fibres and Essential Vitamins and Minerals to support the immune system and digestive tract health
    • Feeding Guide
      Dog Weight Daily intake(g)Daily intake(cups)
      up to 20kg325g3 cups
      20-30kg325g to 450g3 to 4 cups
      30-40kg450g to 550g4 to 5 cups
      40-50kg550g to 650g5 to 6 cups
      50-60kg650g to 750g6 to 6¾ cups
      The feeding amounts above should be seen as a guide only. Your pet may need more or less to maintain its proper weight depending on your dog's age, breed and activity level. This food contains 320 kcal/100g metabolizable energy.
    • Brand
      Leaps & Bounds
    • Ingredients
      Meat meal (poultry, fish, beef, and/or lamb), wholegrain cereals (wheat, rice), vegetable protein (soya bean), chicken fat, beet pulp (prebiotic dietary fibre), salt, linseed, fish oil (containing omega 3 fatty acids), minerals (including potassium zinc, iron, copper, manganese, iodine, selenium), chicory root inulin (prebiotic), vitamins (including E, B3, B5, B2, B6, B1, B9, B12, A, D3), choline chloride, yucca extract, garlic, kelp meal, natural antioxidants.
    • Life Stage
      Adult
    • Flavour
      Chicken & Fish
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    Customer Reviews(7)

    • Rae says... My Doberman keeps the weight on with the large breed food. Even after 6 months he still drools waiting to eat it! I wish it was cheaper I only buy it when its around $45
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    • Happy Doberman says... We used to feed our dog on Coprice as it was a reasonable price $42 for 20kg, then we tried Cobbler which was the same price, he liked that better but with both his coat was dull and he was just keeping the weight on, His weight dropped heaps with aldi gold, and with all of them he pooped heaps, then we tried this, he actually drools waiting for us to dish it up, he's keeping the weight on at a good weight, and his coat is looking shinier, there is never any left, there is also noticably less poop around the yard. We cannot afford Black hawk and this is $20 more expensive than Coprice and Cobbler as its only a 15kg bag but we have seen enough difference to say its worth paying it and I am frugal. For all these reasons I have rated it so high, it fills the gap between the supermarket food and the very expensive branded foods
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    • Mitch says... Dogs definitely prefer this over Supercoat. Seems to be better quality albeit slightly more expensive. Happy with it so far!
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    • Jenny says... Our dogs absolutely love this food. Before with Advance the birds used to eat more than the dogs now the dogs eat it all and the birds get none. Great price also.
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    • Kate says... It seems better quality then supermarket varieties and very good value for money. However my dog seems forever thirsty up to 8 hours after eating it. I am worried it has a too high salt content for her.
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    • Chris says... The BEST food i have found for my fussy Bulldog and half the price i am used to paying! Thank you
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    • Jean says... Great quality at a good price range. And my dog loves it!
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