From playful puppy
to healthy dog
Well begun is half done.
Give your puppy the best start in life with ALL PUPPIES.
ALL PUPPIES is a complete diet for all dog breeds, of all sizes, and activity levels. The range is based on the latest pet nutrition research as well as the international standards pertaining to the content of nutrients (AAFCO/FEDIAF).
ALL PUPPIES is particularly ideal as a complete diet due to its content of vital vitamins and minerals. The Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acid content helps to ensure a healthy and shiny coat. ALL PUPPIES has a good taste, which immediately appeals to the puppy. The protein and fat level combined with the optimal vitamin and mineral levels providing a balanced nutrition which helps the puppy to get an ideal start in life with a stable growth.
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ALL PUPPIES contains high quality ingredients such as cereals, vegetables, meat, oil, fat, fish, vitamins and minerals. These ingredients are all of benefit to your dog’s health. ALL PUPPIES is produced from non-GMO raw materials and contains no artificial flavours and colourings. Below is an overview of the crucial functions some of the ingredients contribute to the food.
Energy ME/1000 g: 16010 KJ / 3830 kcal
ALL PUPPIES contains Omega-3 and Omega-6. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids helps to ensure a healthy and shiny coat.
ALL PUPPIES provides dental care. The crispness and angular shape of the pellets helps to ensure a good oral hygiene.
The ALL series contains essential vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals are essential to a balanced nutrition for your pet.
Muscles: Crude protein, ash, sodium, and iron.
Fur and skin: Crude fat, vitamin A, vitamin B1, biotin, iron, Omega-3 and Omega-6.
Teeth and bones: Ash, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin D3, vitamin B1, and copper.
Nerves: Magnesium, vitamin B2, niacin, and manganese.
Liver: Vitamin B12 and choline chloride.
ALL PUPPIES contains good and fresh ingredients such as cereals, vegetables, meat, oil, fat, fish, vitamins and minerals.
Only the best is good enough for your puppy. We understand and appreciate that. That is why you can be sure that every ingredient in ALL PUPPIES is chosen carefully based on its nutritional benefits for your puppy. Our standards are extremely high and our quality experts work closely together with nutritional experts to make sure that our product is the best product possible.
In the table to the right you can find information about exactly how the ingredients, additives and vitamins benefit your puppy.
|Content||Per kg||Benefits for your puppy|
|Crude protein||28%||Muscles, growth and maintenance|
|Crude fat||14%||Energy, fur and skin|
|Crude fibre||2%||Intestines and digestion|
|Crude ash||6%||Muscles, teeth and bones|
|Calcium||1.4%||Teeth and bones|
|Phosphorus (P)||1.1%||Teeth, bones and energy|
|Magnesium||0.1%||The nervous system, teeth, bones and energy|
|Additives added / kg|
|Iron||200 mg||Skin, fur and muscles|
|Cobber||20 mg||Teeth and bones|
|Manganese||10 mg||The nervous system, teeth, bones and energy|
|Zinc||194.4 mg||Healing of scabs|
|Selenium||0.16 mg||Cell protection|
|Vitamin A||15,000 IU||Eyesight, growth and skin|
|Vitamin D3||1,500 IU||Bones, teeth and growth|
|Vitamin E||150 mg||Cell protection|
|Vitamin B1||2.5 mg||Fur, skin, bones, intestines, cells, nerves and reproduction|
|Vitamin B2||10 mg||Fur, skin, bones, intestines, cells, nerves and reproduction|
|Vitamin B6||2 mg||Fur, skin, bones, intestines, cells, nerves and reproduction|
|Vitamin B12||0.1 mg||Liver|
|D-pantothenic acid||30 mg||Combustion of proteins and carbohydrates|
|Niacin||21.5 mg||The nervous system|
|Biotin||0.03 mg||Skin and fur|
|Choline chloride||700 mg||Liver|
|Folic acid||0.4 mg||DNA|
|ANTIOXIDANTS & PRESERVATIVES|
|EU approved antioxidants & preservatives||Freshness and nutritional level of the food throughout its lifetime|
ALL PUPPIES contains all the necessary nutrients required by your puppy. The quantity of food your puppy needs is dependant on the puppy’s size, age and level
of activity. Therefore the feeding guideline can only be used as a guide.
You can give the feed to your puppy as dry feed, or it can be mixed with warm water (max 40° C). Often the puppy food is given to pregnant bitches or suckling bitches in order to assure that they get sufficient protein and energy.
When you change from ALL PUPPIES to ALL DOGS we recommend you to do so gradually over a period of 3-8 days. And last, but not least, your puppy should have fresh drinking water available at all times.
In the below table you can find an overview of the food quantity that your puppy needs.
|Weight of puppy (kg)||Daily food requirement (g)|
ALL PUPPIES is available in 400g and 3 kg packagings.
The ALL range for dogs is available in both a puppy and a dog version. So there’s no need to switch brand as your dog grows into adulthood.
Your puppy is ready to adult dog food when he is 8-12 months old. Normally. small dog breeds will switch to adult food around the age of 12 months. Larger dog breeds will switch a few months earlier.
ALL DOGS is the natural choice, when your puppy grows older. Both you and your dog are already familiar with the ALL range for dogs. You know your dog loves it and that all your dog’s nutritional needs are covered.
When you buy food for your new family member, you want to get the best value for money both in terms of nutrition and taste. Only the best for your puppy! We understand and appreciate that. Here you can read more about how you can be reassured that we only add the best quality of meat to our products. We have also added some information about how we follow the declaration recommendations very strictly.
We follow the trade association’s recommendations for how we should declare our pet food. In addition, we want to contribute to accurate and science-based information to customers and pet owners about animal feed. We base our feed and choice of ingredients on several principles:
What do we mean when we write “meat” in the declarations on our pet food?
Besides pure muscle meat, which we humans mainly prefer, our pet food also contains liver, heart, etc. And there is a good reason for this. Intestines and organs simply contain more nutrients than muscle meat does. This is why in nature predators such as cats and dogs eat the contents of the abdominal cavity, including the liver, intestines and other organs first, followed by the rest of the carcass. They do this to ensure that they eat the best first.
Human food and animal feed follow different definitions and rules. Human and animal dietary requirements are different. Therefore, there are also two different sets of rules for human food and animal feed. Individually, both sets of rules ensure that the meat used is healthy and nutritious for humans and pets, respectively. In our declarations, the term “meat” means quite specifically, that the meat was derived from either