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Canine Choice Senior Light Dog Food

Canine Choice Senior Light Dog Food
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Made with plenty of fresh meat and bursting with nutritious, natural ingredients, Canine Choice means feeding your senior dog the best every day. We all know our older dogs still think... Read more

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Made with plenty of fresh meat and bursting with nutritious, natural ingredients, Canine Choice means feeding your senior dog the best every day.

We all know our older dogs still think they’re puppies (“of course I can still chase that pigeon across the park at 90 mph!”), but as they age, their diet may need a few tweaks.

Canine Choice Senior is a complete, high quality kibble which contains just the right balance of energy and nutrition that older dogs need to keep them active, healthy, and slim. Wise and wonderful canines don’t need as much energy as their younger friends, so they need a food that’s lower in calories to avoid putting on extra pounds. They also benefit from lots of immunity boosting vitamins and a little more fibre to help their digestion along – all of which you’ll find in our senior dog food, along with 45% lamb – the highest meat content our vet recommends for senior dogs.

“If you want something done right, do it yourself”– words our resident vet, Andrew, really took to heart when he decided he’d had enough of substandard dog food and created Canine Choice. Senior dogs (dogs of any age, for that matter)don’t need cheap fillers and allergens like beef, wheat and soya – they need a meat-rich, high quality, balanced diet, and pet parents need to know they’re getting the best possible value for their money.


Canine Choice offers your old timer…

  • The right balance of protein and energy for an older dog – senior dogs need just enough – but not too much – high quality meat to keep them healthy and trim, so each kibble contains 45% lamb as recommended by our vet
  • Natural, health-boosting botanicals – to help safeguard your dog against illnesses and take care of digestion, skin & coat, and joint & bone health, including:
  • Cranberry - Rosehip - Sweet potato - Apple - Camomile - Omega 3+6 - Prebiotics & Probiotics - Parsley - Chicory root - Peas - Rosemary - Yucca Schidigera - Sea Algae
  • Weight control – we’ve added the health supplement L-carnitine which helps your dog’s body control its ratio of fat to muscle (very clever!)
  • Dinner with a difference – special cooking means the meat that goes into every kibble can be over 50% fresh, while the gentle cooling process ensures nutrients reach your dog’s tummy

The large-size 12kg bags are resealable to keep food fresh longer.


The best care for the dog you love starts with a high quality meal, so let’s put meat first.

We are brimming with pride that our new Senior Light Food has been rated 4.7 out of 5 by the trusted,
impartial dog food rating site All About Dog Food. Click here to learn more.


We care about what goes into your dog’s tum: Andrew and us on the Canine Choice team put loads of thought, care and expertise into the ingredients so they’re worth a read!


Fresh lamb (35%), Sweet potato (17.5%), Pea protein, Dehydrated lamb (7%), Peas (7%), Apple pulp (7%), Dehydrated carrot (0.45% equivalent to 4% carrots), Hydrolyzed lamb liver (3%), Dehydrated cranberry (0.08% equivalent to 0.75% cranberries), Chicken fat, Brewer’s yeast, Fish oil, Minerals, Chicory (Source of FOS), Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS), Camomile, Parsley, Rosehips, Sea algae, Rosemary, Cloves, Glucosamine (350 mg/kg), Cartilage (a source of Chondroitin 250 mg/kg), Yucca schidigera.

Analytical constituents:

Crude protein 25%, Crude oils and fats 12.5%, Crude ash 7.25%, Crude fibres 4%, Calcium 1.4%, Fatty acids (Omega 6) 1.1%, Phosphorus 0.9%, Fatty acids (Omega 3) 0.85%, Metabolizable Energy 3500 kcal/kg.

Nutritional additives:

Vitamin A 20.000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1.700 IU/kg, Vitamin E 550 mg/kg, Vitamin C 400 mg/kg, L-carnitine 300 mg/kg, Zinc (Zinc oxide) 108 mg/kg, Iron (Ferrous sulphate, monohydrate) 68 mg/kg, Copper (Cupric sulphate, pentahydrate) 9 mg/kg, Manganese (Manganous sulphate, monohydrate) 7 mg/kg, Iodine (Potassium iodide) 3.2 mg/kg, Selenium (sodium selenite) 0,11 mg/kg.

Zootechnical additives: 

Bacillus subtilis C-3102 (DSM 15544) 1 x 1,000,000,000 CFU/kg (Probiotic).

Technological additives: Antioxidants: Tocopherol extracts of vegetable oils (135 mg/kg).

Feeding Guide

If this is the first time you’re feeding your dog Canine Choice, it’s easy to switch from their current food over the course of a few days. Start of by replacing 25% of their existing food with this one, then increase the amount of the new food by 25% every other day, until they’ve fully made the switch.

And one last thing – we know a feeding table isn’t the most exciting thing to study, but please do take care to read it, as your puppy is likely to need a different amount of Canine Choice per day than their previous diet (as it’s so full of goodness and energy per gram). As with any diet change, it’s good to keep an eye your pet's weight.


Recommended quantity (g/day)

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Always make sure your furry friend has access to plenty of water.

Customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 27  Reviews

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  • Senior light
    my little terrier is very picky with her food, i have tried many different brands, but she definately loves this one I will carry on buying this for her without doubt.
    Glenys Parton - October 14, 2018
  • Canine choice
    I am happy to feed my dog with this food. He is only six years old and I have to give him the senior type. He is a bit over weight 23 kg .He is English Springer. I wonder why you only got lamb for the senior .They don’t have any choice at all. I just wonder whether this food is too rich for him. He was on Royal canine medium neuter dog food but I found it make him itch ,sometime he gets diarrhare and recently start to eat other dog poor and that is why I change his food.He did put on some weight after I change his food but he stop eating poo and diarrhae.
    Kim - July 1, 2018
  • Great
    My slightly rotund Heinz 57 was struggling to loose the weight on her old food despite reducing the amount and upping her exercise. She loves her new kibble and finally appears to be shedding some pounds so a thumbs up all around!
    Liane - June 30, 2018
  • Brilliant!
    I can't pick fault even if I tried. Always had good responsive service. Denise parr
    Anonymous May 4, 2018
  • Canine senior
    Senior light my dog was on a natural diet moved her on to this has made a huge difference
    Richard - April 30, 2018