BackBack

Happy dog supreme mini adult dry dog food

AED 33.60 – AED 210.00

Buy this product and Earn 210 Points!

8KG8KG
4KG4KG
1KG1KG
QTY:
Buy it now
Buy now pay later
Use these payment methods on checkout
3 interest-free payments Select Postpay at checkout
You'll get SMS reminders for repayment. You can repay using your Mastercard or Visa debit and credit cards
4 interest-free payments Select Tabby at checkout
You'll get SMS reminders for repayment. You can repay using your Mastercard or Visa debit and credit cards
Split in 4, interest-free Select Tamara at checkout
You'll get SMS reminders for repayment. You can repay using your Mastercard or Visa debit and credit cards

Do you want natural, balanced food with an extra helping of health for your pet? Then try Happy Dog Mini Adult. This dry food has everything to give a healthy range of proteins, just as in nature, and therefore includes five different protein ingredients: salmon, sea fisch, egg, lamb and poultry. Salmon contains essential Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids – ideal for skin and coat. Wholesome sea fisch supplies the body with a wide range of vitamins, while egg delivers biologically valuable protein and lamb provides many vital minerals. Nutrient-rich poultry, which delivers essential trace elements, rounds off the formulation.

Happy Dog Mini Adult is perfectly adapted to the needs of small adult dogs, and is optimal for normally active dogs up to 10kg. The tasty, balanced complete food is based on the unique Happy Dog Natural Life Concept® and is enriched with valuable New Zealand mussels for more ease of movement. Important Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids ensure healthy skin and a shiny coat. The exceptionally wholesome, gluten-free formulation supports the immune system with vitamin C and specially selected herbs, so giving your dog an easier life.

Composition

Maize, poultry protein**, poultry fat, rice flour, potato protein*, salmon meal, fish meal, lamb protein*, sunflower oil, beet pulp* (desugared), apple pomace* (0.6%), rapeseed oil, dried egg, sodium chloride, yeast*, potassium chloride, seaweed* (0.15%), linseed, (0.15%), mussel meat* (0.02%), yeast* (extract), milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion, ginger, birch leaf, nettle, chamomile, coriander, rosemary, sage, liquorice, thyme (Total dried herbs: 0.14%). (* dried; ** dried, part hydrolysed). | Metabolisable energy: 1560 KJ/100g; 3730 Kcal/kg

Analytical constituents

Crude protein 26%, crude fat 14%, crude fibre 3%, crude ash 6.5%, calcium 1.5%, phosphorous 1%, sodium 0.4%, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.8%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.3%

Additives

Vitamins/kg: Vitamin A (3a672a) 12000 I.E., Vitamin D3 (3a671) 1200 I.E., Vitamin E (all rac alpha Tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 75 mg, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 4 mg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 6 mg, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxin hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, Biotin (D (+)-Biotin 3a880) 575 mcg, Pantothenic acid (Calcium D Pantothenate 3a841) 10 mg, Niacin (3a314) 40 mg, Vitamin B12 70 mcg, Choline chloride (3a890) 60 mg, Antioxidant, Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 1b306(i). Trace elements/kg: Iron (E1, iron(II)sulphate monohydrate 3b103) 105 mg, copper (E4, copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405) 10 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603 100 mg, zinc chelate of amino acids, hydrate 3b606 25 mg) 125 mg, manganese (manganese(II)oxide 3b502) 25 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202) 2 mg, selenium (E8, sodium selenite) 0.15 mg

Feeding recommendation

Weight

Daily requirement

Increased daily requirement

1 kg

25 g

35 g

2 kg

45 g

50 g

3 kg

60 g

70 g

4 kg

75 g

85 g

5 kg

90 g

100 g

6 kg

100 g

120 g

8 kg

125 g

145 g

10 kg

150 g

170 g

Use as dry food or pour warm fresh water (approx. 60°C) over and leave to soak for a few minutes. Always ensure fresh drinking water is available. The feed amount should be reduced if giving snacks or other additional products.

FAQ

Is Happy Dog a good dog food?

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.

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.

Our kibble with the hole – for even better digestion

Have you seen? Our kibble is heart-shaped and has a hole in the middle. This makes it easier for your dog to chew and digest. The increased surface area also allows your dog’s stomach juices to break up the food more easily. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Denise Baumecker (via WhatsApp - verified by Zoko.io)

5 Stars - Very Good
Thank you so much for this fast delivery and the snacks for my dog. He was very happy 🙏🏼

  1. Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by The Pets Club