Canagan launched a Light/Senior grain-free dog food variety.
British petfood company Canagan has launched a Light/Senior variety of its grain-free dog food, specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of older and overweight dogs.
The new food contains a blend of 60 percent meat or fish from both wet and dry sources, 40 percent vegetable products and beneficial botanicals. This formula contains sweet potato in place of grains, which, as a soluble fiber, is easier for dogs to digest. The food also contains compounds to help support joint health.
The Light/Senior variety dog food is available in 2kg, 6kg and 12kg bags.
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