Montego Classic Senior dog food is a scientific formulation aimed at ageing dogs. Large breed dogs (35kg+) are considered senior from as early as 5 years of age, small breed dogs (up to 10kg) and medium breed dogs (10-35kg) are considered senior from the age of 7 years. Montego Classic Senior dog food contains the right amount of calories, vitamins and minerals to keep your older dog’s skin healthy, his immune system strong and his teeth in good condition. This will promote longevity.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food contains 20% high-quality, easily digestible animal proteins and amino acids derived from real chicken to help maintain strong muscles and a healthy body.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food has added amino acids, like L-Lysine and DL-Methionine, these play and important role in sustaining the metabolism in older dogs.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food has animal fats and vegetable oils for a healthy coat and joint relief. Has balanced essential fatty acids that promote a thick, shiny coat and nourishes the skin, whilst promoting a healthy weight, reducing stress on ageing joints.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food limits Phosphorous and amp: added Biotin for internal health. Restricted Phosphorous reduces stress on ageing kidneys while added Biotin which helps to control blood glucose levels, minimises numerous risks.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food contains 4% rice for easily digestible energy. Carbohydrates primarily from rice, in combination with maize, are easy on ageing digestive systems and releases energy throughout the day.
- Montego Classic Senior dog food has Antioxidants and Vitamins for immune support. Age appropriate levels of Vitamin C and E fight free radicals, support a stronger immune system and promote daily cell renewal.
You would think feeding your dog the same type and brand of food every day may become monotonous. But, unlike humans, a dog’s digestive system cannot handle changes in food. It can cause upset stomach and diarrhoea. If you need to change your pet’s food, you will need to transition gradually. It is important that your dog switch dog food gradually from his current dog food to avoid digestive upset or tummy trouble.
To transition, mix your dog’s current food with his new food. Over 7 days, gradually decrease the amount of the current dog food while increasing the amount of new dog food.