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3 MONTH SUPPLY - SUPPLEMENT: K9 A-Z for DIY Raw - Essential Wellness Ingredients from Complete Food

3 MONTH SUPPLY - SUPPLEMENT: K9 A-Z for DIY Raw - Essential Wellness Ingredients from Complete Food

3 MONTH SUPPLY - SUPPLEMENT: K9 A-Z for DIY Raw - Essential Wellness Ingredients from Complete Food

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K9 A-Z is a "Complimentary" Feed for Dogs. It is designed to uniquely reassure Raw Feeders that on the days they use it, their dogs are getting Nutrients, Essential Fatty Acids and Fibre that is missing from the raw diet. Our supplement is UNIQUE in delivering "precisely formulated" and "defined" amounts of each nutrient in a scientific mix designed to maximise bio-availability.

It has been formulated to meet the criteria specified by FEDIAF.

IMPORTANT: Because the product is formulated to replace missing nutrients if you use other Vitamin or Trace element supplements on the days you use K9A-Z you risk overdosing your dog.

Suggested usage is a minimum of every 3 days ideally with raw meat on its' own. It is important not to feed Offal and there is no need for Bones  with this product.

The Tub contains a scoop, the Essential Nutrient Powder & a separately packaged quantity of Chia Seeds that contain the essential Fatty Acid: Omega 3 and the Fibre required to help with a healthy digestive tract.

Feeding Guide:

Dog kg

A-Z mls

Chia mls

5 - 10

15 - 30

1 - 3

10 - 20

30 - 60

3 - 6

20 - 30

60 - 90

6 - 9

30 - 40

90 - 120

9 - 12





Composition: Dried Yeast 26.9%, Alfalfa Meal 25.1%, Dried Seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum) 25.0%, Monocalcium Phosphate (18.9%), Minerals and Vitamins, Glucosamine HCL 0.37%, Chondroitin Sulphate (0.12%)

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 16.7%, Crude Fibres 10.1%, Fat content 1.9% Crude Ash 28.7%

Nutritional Additives (per kg):   Vitamin A 36585 IU, Vitamin D3 3659 IU, Vitamin E 975.6 mg, Vitamin B1 122.0 mg, Riboflavin 122.0 mg, Vitamin B6 48.8mg, Vitamin B12 366 ug, Niacin 243.9 mg, Calcium Pantothenate 182.9 mg, Folic Acid 24.4 mg, Biotin 2439 ug, Vitamin C 609.8 mg, Choline chloride 16260 16260 mg, Ferrous chelate of Glycine Hydrate 2710.0 mg, Zinc chelate of Glycine hydrate 116.14 mg, Organic form of Selenium produced by saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 212.2 mg, Cupric chelate of Glycine hydrate 101.6 mg, Calcium Iodate anhydrous 9.6 mg,


Composition:  Chia Seeds

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 16.5%, Crude Fibres 14.4%, Fat content 30.7%, Ash 1.7%

Nutritional Additives: None

Produce of: Bolivia

For Canine use only - Keep out of reach of children

Dogs should have a clean, fresh supply of water available at all times.

So What does my dog need and how much per day?


Fats are what provides the 'fuel' your dog needs to be able to keep up with family life. Good fats, and essential fatty acids such as omega-3 and omega-6, are vital for healthy skin and coat condition and they also provide insulation and protection for the internal organs. Fats also improve the taste of food – so a little bit goes a long way in making sure you dog enjoys his meals!!


Believe it or not dogs are classified as omnivores - and although they don’t have a necessary requirement for carbohydrates in their diet, carbohydrates are an important source of energy for dogs and go a long way to help support overall gut health.


Dogs need these too, although in small amounts through the diet, to help maintain growth, normal vision, a healthy skin and coat, wound healing and normal functioning of the nervous system. In fact vitamins are also involved in practically every chemical reaction leveling a dogs body for the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.


As well as vitamins. minerals, such as calcium and phosphorous, are essential for strong, healthy teeth and bones and are important to have in sufficient and balanced proportions through a dogs diet. These minerals are particularly important the health and happiness of growing puppies. Other minerals that are important in a dogs diet are sodium, chloride, magnesium and potassium, as well as zinc, copper and iron.

Moist or 'wet' foods

Like us, our family friends actually prefer their meals fresh! So try to keep open cans, foil trays or pouches covered and refrigerated, for up to, but no longer than, 24 hours. At feeding time make sure the you serve the food is at room temperature because the more he can smell it, the better he can taste it!

Complete dry foods

Whilst they might not seem like it to you, dry kibble foods are actually very popular with dogs as they contain the right balance of nutrients and a crunchy texture to help keep teeth healthy,.They’re more concentrated with nutrients than moist foods, so only small servings are needed. Careful though. it pays to check the pack to make sure you’re buying a ‘complete’ dry food rather than a pack of treats. If you decide, for one reason or another, to change your dogs food either from wet to dry or even changing between different brands, make sure you introduce the new food gradually over a seven to ten day period .. it helps avoid any form of tummy upsets.

What not to feed

I know it feels like you are doing a really nice thing for your dog, if you regularly prepare your dog's meals from table scraps or specially purchased meat, be careful. These meals are often too high in protein and are not rich enough in other important nutrients and minerals, like calcium. This could lead to your dog not getting everything he needs and becoming malnourished. Don’t forget, some common human foods such as chocolate, rhubarb, onions, spinach, beetroot, and grapes are poisonous to dogs!


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