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Eukanuba Dog Adult Large Breed Lamb

Eukanuba Dog Adult Large Breed Lamb
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Eukanuba Adult large breed dog food with lamb has all the nutrients your big dog needs to support a healthy diet. How it works This lamb-flavoured dog food has been developed specially with... Read more

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Eukanuba Adult large breed dog food with lamb has all the nutrients your big dog needs to support a healthy diet.
How it works
This lamb-flavoured dog food has been developed specially with larger breeds (such as great Danes, St Bernards and Irish wolfhounds) in mind.

Due to their size and weight, big dogs put extra stress on their joints during everyday activities, including playtime. This tasty food doesn't just have all the nutrients your pet needs, it also contains the FlexMobility Joint Management System. This specially developed blend of ingredients helps to nourish your pet's frame, so they can enjoy frolicking in the park without suffering from the effects of wear and tear.
Large dogs with sensitive stomachs can also enjoy this easy-to-digest food. It contains beet pulp, which makes nutrient absorption easier – meaning they get the most out of every bite. The 3D DentaDefense kibble keeps teeth healthy as they crunch, reducing plaque and tartar buildups.
Key benefits

  • contains FlexMobility system for joint support
  • crunchy 3D DentaDefense kibble works to reduce plaque and tartar buildup
  • vitamin and mineral levels are optimised for large breed dogs
  • contains extra omega-3 and omega-6 to boost skin and coat health
  • beet pulp encourages nutrient absorption
  • easily digestible

When to use it
Your large breed pet faces a few more health risks than smaller breeds do, mostly down to size. Organs have extra work to do, particularly the heart, which needs to pump blood around a larger body. Their bigger frames can also put strain on joints, causing pain as your pet grows older. This food has added nutrients to help give your pet's body the support it needs and reduce wear and tear.
It's important to look for signs of joint damage as your large breed dog grows older. This can include lethargy as well as obvious signals like limping or trouble walking. In these cases it's best to speak to your vet. 

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  • Eukanuba
    When we got our first boxer we had never heard of Eukanuba but that was what it was being fed so we kept to that just got our fourth dog and wouldn’t Feed them anything else lovely soft coat full of energy no tummy problems wouldn’t buy any other food
    Julie - March 1, 2018
  • Eukanuba
    I have had three boxers all have been on Eukanuba there coats have been soft and they have been full of energy
    Julie - December,2017 - December 22, 2017
  • I tried different foods with my ultra energetic 4 year old Weimaraner but
    S Mizon - March 29, 2015
  • We have tried many different food for our very active German Short haired Pointer & this is by far the best. She looks great in every way, eyes, coat etc but her behavior is also great because she is still as active but in a calmer way. We don't have to feed her as much of the Eukanuba as we did with cheaper brands so you get what you pay for. Also,we don't have to pick up nearly so much in the garden. We love it and buying it through Pet Supermarket just makes it even easier!
    Audrey Webb - November 2, 2013
  • My Labrador has sensitive stomach and I tried many other food (cooking rice and chicken breast fillets by myself including). It was always problem after month or two. But not now, "Ozzie" is on Eukanuba Lamb for nearly year and all is great- healthy and full of energy dog! I know it's not cheap, but
    Anonymous May 28, 2013