PRO PLAN Small & Mini Puppy, the optimal start in life for small & mini puppies with an adult weight range 1-10kg
Colostrum, to help maintain the protection your puppy received from his mother’s first milk
DHA from omega-rich fish oil helps nourish brain and vision development
Helps maintain gastrointestinal health with colostrum
Easily digestible and supports the fast growth of Small and Mini puppies with nutrient dense formula
Easy rehydration of kibble for weaning
Scientifically proven antioxidants to boost immune defence
You and your puppy need to make regular visits to the vet for worming and vaccinations. Keep tabs on his health with a just quick look at your puppy and their overall mood.
|Puppy Age (months)|
|Adult Weight||1.5 – 3||4 – 5||6 – 8||9 – 12|
|1kg||50 – 55gm||60gm||60gm – Adult †||Adult †|
|5kg||60 – 85gm||85 – 75gm||75gm||75gm – Adult †|
|10kg||80 – 115gm||120 – 140gm||145gm||145gm – Adult†|
Feed amount based on 250mL cup (contains approximately 100g PRO PLAN Small and Mini Puppy)
†Once your puppy has reached adulthood transition your puppy to PRO PLAN Small & Mini Adult with Essential Health
Feeding Instructions: Puppies start to nibble at solid food at 3 to 4 weeks old. Keep moistened PRO PLAN Puppy available at all times and allow your puppy to eat at will until fully weaned at 6 to 8 weeks. After weaning PRO PLAN Puppy formula can be fed moistened or dry. Use the age of the puppy to determine the number of feeds per day. For puppies under 3 months: 3-4 meals (moistened), 3-6 months: 3 meals, 6-12 months: 2 meals. Use the feeding table to select the daily amount to feed, and if your puppy is losing weight or overweight when fed these amounts, adjust accordingly. To help your puppy maintain an ideal body condition, monitor your puppy’s weight on a regular basis, making sure that their ribs are easily felt and their waist is visible when viewed from above. Maintaining an ideal body condition can impact your puppy’s lifelong health.
Feeding for reproduction: PRO PLAN provides the extra nutrition needed by reproducing females during gestation and lactation. Food consumption may vary during gestation, so feed the amount needed to maintain the pregnant female’s ideal body condition. Food intake may double or even quadruple during lactation.
Chicken (dehydrated chicken-natural glucosamine source, chicken); brewers rice; oats; animal fat preserved with mixed-tocopherols (form of vitamin E); wheat protein; minerals, vitamins, amino acids, organic acids and natural flavours (including calcium, phosphorous, sodium, chloride, potassium, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B12, zinc, iron, vitamin B3, vitamin C, vitamin D, choline, manganese, vitamin B5, copper, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin A, Iodine, aluminosilicate, selenium); animal digest; corn protein; barley; beet pulp; dehydrated fish and fish oils; colostrum and natural antioxidants.
|Crude Fibre (Max)||%||3|
|Vitamin C (Min)||mg/kg||70|
|Vitamin E (Min)||IU/kg||460|
|Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Min)||%||0.5|
|Omega 6 Fatty (Min)||%||1.5|
|Metabolizable Energy (ME)||kcal/g||3.8|