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Optimum Adult Small-Breeds dog food contains controlled levels of minerals and an easy to digest formula which has a positive effect on urinary tract health. A specially developed formulation with arginine, taurine and vitamin E that assists in keeping the heart and blood vessels healthy. A unique blend of antioxidants including vitamin E & C help strengthen the immune system, and keep your dog healthy by helping to reduce the oxidative stress on your dog's cells. Health digestion is promoted by the inclusion of a natural prebiotic, inulin, selectively promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut resulting in fewer and firmer stools. Additionally, beet pulp fibre helps to control intestinal transit and to maximise nutrient absorption. The formulation also contain zinc & omega 6 for healthier skin and coat and sodium tripolyphosphate to promotes good oral hygiene for your dog. Made with real meat, this provides a nutritionally complete and balanced meal that your dog will enjoy everyday.
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    • Nutrition Type
      Essential
    • Health Condition Dietary
      For adult dogs 2 years +
    • Brand
      Optimum
    • Ingredients
      Poultry and poultry by-products; sorghum and/or rice and/or wheat; barley and/or corn; cereal protein; chicken digest; beet pulp; vegetables; salt; vegetable oil; minerals (potassium chloride, zinc sulphate, ferrous sulphate, copper sulphate, potassium iodide and selenium); sodium tripolyphosphate; vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, C, D, E and choline) and antioxidants.
    • Life Stage
      Adult
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    • Claire S says... I have tried a lot of brands of kibble with my two dogs and Optimum are they brand they seem to prefer. Optimum has a very high nutrition value compared to the supermarket brands. Have 2 dogs mean we go through biscuits a lot faster and I found I was spending approx. $150 month on the more expensive brands (e.g.Science Diet). While these biscuits "the best brand", my dogs seem to get bored with the biscuits and flatly refuse to eat them after a few months. I have been buying optimum for the past 2 years and haven't had any issues whatsoever.
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    • Michelle W says... I've been feeding Optimum Dry Food to my dog Kuma since he was a puppy. Being a large breed that have problems with weight, joints & bones especially, its important to me that he gets the best nutrition possible. I did extensive research into all the food products available for dogs, & found Optimum to be the best for Kuma. Nutrition wise I found most of the vet diets to be on par with each other, so any of them are good choices for your dog... But when i looked at value, they are very expensive. I then looked into the supermarket products, which are terriffic price wise & are ok to feed to your dog (Supercoat, Purina etc.) but less nutritious than vet diets. I then checked out Optimum & found along with the price being very reasonable the nutrition's as good as Advance vet diet.... In fact its the same diet made by same company, just different packaging & price! So in short its the best I could find for my dog & not break the bank. Kuma now 4yrs is 100% healthy & nice & trim, I constantly get people asking & commenting on what I feed as he looks so good.
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