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Everyday dry food

Bobtail® meets the needs of strong South African dogs. Even though Bobtail® will satisfy all of your dog’s nutritional requirements, you should still pay attention to the size of the portions. Based on your pet’s breed, age and weight, use the handy tables below to ensure you are serving the correct portions.

Nutritional Information

Guranteed analysis (g/kg)
Protein 225 (min.)
Moisture 100 (max.)
Fat 130 (min.)
Fibre 35 (max.)
Ash 80 (max.)
Calcium 12 (max.)
Phosphorus 9 (min.)
Ratio Calcium : Phosphorus 1.1-1.5 : 1.0

Ingredients

Cereals (min. 5% rice), meat and animal derivatives (min. 5% chicken), derivatives of vegetable origin, fats and oils, vegetable protein extract, yeast, natural flavourants and colourants, essential vitamins and minerals, approved antioxidant.

Feeding guidelines

When introducing your dog to Bobtail® Nature’s Best™ from another dry dog food, allow about one week for the transition. Start by feeding a 30:70 blend, and each day increase the ratio of Bobtail® Nature’s Best™ to existing food until your dog’s diet is 100% Bobtail® Nature’s Best™.

1 cup = 125g
Weight of dog when adult (kg) 2 months old Amount of food (g/day)* 3 months old Amount of food (g/day)* 6 months old Amount of food (g/day)* 12 months old Amount of food (g/day)* 15 months old Amount of food (g/day)*
5 – 10 100 – 120 110 – 190 150 – 200 Adult Adult
10 – 20 120 – 200 190 – 300 200 – 385 Adult Adult
20 – 30 200 – 290 300 – 440 385 – 630 300 – 440 Adult
30 – 40 290 – 340 440 – 520 630 – 850 440 – 550 400 – 460
50+ 365 + 560+ 1010+ 675+ 600+

A bowl of fresh water should be available at all times.

*Note: The information supplied is just a guideline, and has been researched and compiled by Bobtail® ’s veterinarians. Should your dog show any symptoms of problems with the digestive tract, or any sudden change in weight, we urge you to consult your veterinarian immediately. The recommended diet should also form part of a healthy canine lifestyle containing sufficient amounts of physical exercise and regular check-ups with your trusted veterinarian.