PURINA® PRO PLAN® Dog Medium Adult Sensitive Skin with OPTIDERMA® Rich in Salmon
PURINA® PRO PLAN® DOG Medium Adult Sensitive Skin with OPTIDERMA® is a dry dog food for adult dogs who have sensitive skin. If your medium-sized dog has sensitive skin, this complete dog food is specially formulated to help support their needs and help target their sensitivity.
OPTIDERMA® is a combination of nutrients that target the skin, helping to support their naturally healthy coat. It also contains seletcted sources of protein which may help reduce possible skin discomfort triggered by food sensitivity.
This complete dry dog food is rich in salmon, and it contains all the essential nutrients your dog needs as part of their healthy and active lifestyle. It also supports healthy joints. Help them overcome daily obstacles and the challenges of sensitive skin with the nutrition in PURINA® PRO PLAN® DOG Medium adult with OPTIDERMA®.
- Selected protein sources for sensitive dogs
- Clinically proven to help support healthy skin
- Helps support healthy joints
- Contains high quality protein from salmon
Salmon* (17%), Rice* (14%), Dehydrated salmon protein*, Maize gluten meal*, Animal fat, Maize*, Soya meal*, Maize grits*, Dried beet pulp*, Maize starch, Digest, Cellulose, Minerals, Dried egg*, Soybean oil, Fish oil.
* Protein sources
IU/kg: Vit. A: 38 000; Vit. D3: 1 200; Vit. E : 550
mg/kg: Vit. C: 140; Ferrous sulphate monohydrate: 270; Calcium iodate anhydrous: 3.5; Cupric sulphate pentahydrate: 54; Manganous sulphate monohydrate: 130; Zinc sulphate monohydrate: 450; Sodium selenite: 0.32
Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils: 50mg/kg
Protein: 29.0 %
Fat content: 18.0 %
Crude ash: 7.5 %
Crude fibres: 3.0 %
1 to 3h activity
Feeding Guide: See table for recommended daily feeding amounts. These amounts are guidelines only. To help keep your dog in an ideal body condition, adjust according to your dog’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times. To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.