Happy dog sensible lamb & rice dry dog food for puppy

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From seven months onwards, your puppy is slowly becoming a young dog. His rate of growth slows down in this new phase – and the energy content of his diet needs to be adapted. This food, which we developed especially for young dogs, is ideal for this new developmental stage. It contains the right level of energy and protein. So you can avoid nutrition-related growth disorders and offer your four-legged friend a balanced and well-tolerated diet that is perfectly matched to his needs.


lamb protein* (19 %), rice flour (17 %), maize flour, maize, meat meal, beef fat, hydrolysed liver, sunfl ower oil, beet pulp* (desugared), apple pomace*, potassium chloride, canola oil, yeasts*, sodium chloride, seaweed, linseed, psyllium husks, mussel meat* (0.05 %), yucca schidigera*,
yeasts (extract), milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion, ginger, birch leaves, stinging nettle, camomile, coriander, rosemary, sage, liquorice root, thyme, (total dried herbs: 0.16 %); *) dried.

Analytical constituents

crude protein 26.0 %, crude fat 13.0 %, crude fibre 3.0 %, crude ash 7.5 %, calcium 1.5 %, phosphorus 1.1 %, sodium 0.4 %, potassium 0.6 %, magnesium 0.08 %, omega 6 fatty acids 2.5 %, omega 3 fatty acids 0.3 %


vitamin A (3a672a) 17000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 1000 IU, vitamin E (all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 125 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 4 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin 3a825ii) 4 mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, biotin (3a880) 495 mcg, calcium-d-pantothenate (3a841) 10 mg, niacin (3a314) 50 mg, folic acid (3a316) 3 mg, vitamin B12 70 mcg, vitamin C (sodium calcium ascorbyl phosphate 3a312) 30 mg, choline chloride (3a890) 55 mg.

Trace elements/kg:
iron (iron(II) sulphate monohydrate 3b103) 65 mg, copper (copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405) 14 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603) 100 mg, zinc chelate of amino acids, hydrate 3b606 25 mg) 125 mg, manganese (manganese(II) oxide 3b502) 30 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202) 2.5 mg, selenium (sodium selenite 3b801) 0.2 mg. Antioxidant, tocopherol-rich extracts from plant oils 1b306(i). 

Feeding recommendation

Final weight
in kg

7 - 8

9 - 12

13 - 15

16 - 18





























































*) When the final weight is reached:
Slowly change over to a suitable adult food.

Please note: As the dog approaches its final weight, the energy requirement
and the amount of food should be adjusted in line with the feeding guide.

General feeding guide:
• Weigh young dogs regularly and document weight development.
• It may be necessary to adjust the amount of food for individual pets.
• Do not give too much to eat – make sure your dog grows at a moderate rate.
• If you give snacks, reduce the amount of food accordingly. Hint: use part of the daily food ration as a snack substitute.
• The food can be given dry or soaked briefly in warm water to soften
• Split the daily food ration between several meals (2-3).
• Make sure fresh drinking water is available at all times.


What are the benefits of our sensible junior lamb & rice dog food?

The recipe for Happy Dog Sensible Junior Lamb & Rice dry food is entirely without gluten, poultry or potatoes: protein-rich lamb is supplemented with highly digestible rice, New Zealand mussels for the joints and herbs. The easily tolerated contents make the food suitable even for sensitive young dogs. Our holistic approach to the high-quality dog food from Happy Dog also ensures that your pet receives everything he needs for healthy, age-appropriate growth.

At a glance – the perfect food for your young dog:

  • Natural ingredients and optimally adapted recipes
  • Gluten-free & poultry-free recipe is suitable for sensitive dogs
  • Specially developed for young dogs from 7 months
  • Herbs with supportive effect for the stomach, gut, cardiovascular system and respiratory tract


 What is so special about our heart-shaped loop with the hole?

All our Young products are made as heart-shaped kibble and have a hole in the middle. The aim is to create an easily digestible dog food. The hole makes the kibble break up faster while eating – and it is easier for your dog to chew. The larger surface area also allows the digestive juices to envelop the food better in the stomach.

Is Happy Dog grain-free?

Super premium quality with taste guarantee. highest acceptance and digestibility. grain-free and single protein recipes (depending on product and recipe) veterinarian recommended for feed intolerances.

What is the meat content of the food?

The frequently used terms “meat content” or “meat ratio” are not scientific definitions and can, therefore, be interpreted very differently by the manufacturers.

Information on the “meat ratio” is only roughly comparable if it is defined as the proportion of animal protein in the overall protein content. In this case, the “meat ratio” in our Happy Dog Supreme products can be as high as 86.5 % (Fit & Well Sport).

The carbohydrate content is generally missing. Where we can find the information about carbohydrate content?

The carbohydrate content is often given as NFE.

NFE stands for:

nitrogen-free extract (another term taken from the chemistry lab).

The NFE can be easily calculated using the following formula:

NFE = 100 % – percentage of crude protein – percentage of crude fat – percentage of crude fibre – percentage of crude ash – percentage of moisture.

Why does Happy dog packaging not showing animal protein source (meat) at the top of the list of all products?

Happy Dog uses the individual declaration and thus lists all the ingredients e.g. poultry meat meal, lamb meat meal, salmon meal, etc., individually. Because the individual ingredients are listed in decreasing order by weight, the individual animal protein sources/ meat meals unfortunately slip down the list. If only one animal protein source is used in the recipe (just lamb meat, for example), then meat can rise to the top of the list in many recipes.

This would mean that the natural variety of animal protein sources is lost, however. Of course, recipes have to be adapted to the individual requirements of each pet. Older dogs should be given less protein as this reduces the stress on their internal organs. And, of course, this means that older dogs should also eat less meat meal. Puppy food and high-performance food must contain more protein,as puppies and hard-working dogs naturally have a higher protein requirement.

When should I change my puppies over to young dog food or food for adult dogs?

A puppy is classed as a young dog when he reaches seven months. At this point you should change him over to a food tailored to his development phase. Perhaps you are wondering how much food is recommended for young dogs. The right amount of food is determined by the final weight of your young dog and his age in months. You can take this from the feeding guide below. It is also useful to know that, in contrast to the puppy period in which your little friend still needed several meals each day, you can now change him over to 2 meals per day. His stomach is now large enough for this rhythm to suit him. As a rule of thumb, the total amount of food every day should be 4-6 % of your dog’s body weight.

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