Eukanuba Breed Specific West Highland Terrier
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Research by Eukanuba has led to the development of the breed specific line up with nutritional values specifically formulated to meet the particular needs of different breeds. Based on years of nutritional knowledge and research, these diets have the potential to help bring out the true magnificence of your dog.West Highland White Terrier are friendly, confident dogs that thrive on a lot of attention. In order to be in best condition their weight must be controlled. Their sensitive skin may benefit from special nutritional care.
Eukanuba West Highland White Terrier is a complete and balanced daily food designed to support healthy skin and help manage their weight.
Skin nutrients such as zinc, copper and increased omega-3 fatty acids
Reduced calories and L-carnitine, a natural fat burner, to manage weight
Vitamin E to support the immune system
Highly digestible ingredients and natural fibre for healthy digestion
Also suitable for Cairn Terriers and Scottish Terriers, who share the same nutritional needs.
Chicken (24%), maize, wheat, poultry meal, sorghum, barley, animal fat, dried beet pulp, chicken digest, dried whole egg, brewer's dried yeast, fish oil, potassium chloride, salt, sodium hexametaphosphate, linseed, DL-methionine.
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Eukanuba West Highland White TerrierMy westie has been fed on eubanuda for 7 years and has a wonderful coat and clears her dish each mealtime
Eukanuba West Highland White Terriereukanuba is living up to its good name both of our westies love it and they eat it all up
I have tried many foods for my two westies, 1 of which has an awful skin condition. I tried this after a friend recommended it and it's brilliant. Her skin look so much better and I'll definitely be keeping her on this.
I have always been sceptical about breed specific dog food. That was until I was given a free sample of Eukanuba Adult West Highland White Terrier Food. I noticed a marked difference in our Westie. He had been plagued with various health issues, including skin problems amongst other things. At first