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  • Feeding table

    2.12.2018 Answers: 1

    Hi. I have 3-4 months old cavalier king charles spaniel. His weight is 3 KG. Eats brit care salmon and potato for puppies. I am not sure about feeding table. Currently, we give 75g per day. Is it OK?

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  • You doesn't it need to be frozen?

    3.11.2018 Answers: 1

    I (or, my dog) love the Brit premium sausages. I use the sport. I am just curious, as it contains so much meat, how does it not go bad when it doesn't need to be frozen or at least refrigerated? How is the production process?

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  • Which food u will recommend for West Highland White Terier?

    15.10.2018 Answers: 2

    Which food u will recommend for West Highland White Terier? I try Brit Care Adult Small Breed Lamb & Rice, but one of my dogs start to fart, and his hair color changed from shiny white to light pink and deep red color. I tried Brit Care Mini Grain Free Yorkshire his coat returned to perfect white color, but after 3 weeks allergy started, but hard to know it's seasons fall allergy or on food ingredients. Thansk!

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  • feeding table puppy lamb & rice

    4.10.2018 Answers: 1

    Hello, my puppy is almost 3 months old (in 2 weeks) and i'm not sure about the feeding table. "adult dog weight (kg)" meaning what weight he will be as an adult dog? i'm feeding him 50g per day and it seems really little (he is 4 kg now), when he will grow up he will be 20-22 kg. how much do i suppose to feed him? he is eating brit care for puppy lamb & rice. thanks!

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  • Feeding tables

    13.9.2018 Answers: 1

    Hi, I am little suspicious about feeding tables for your food Brit premium junior MEDIUM breed. My dog is 9 weeks old girl hungarian short visla (aprox. 25 kg adult), and if I look feeding table for her, it seems that I should give her 150 g/day. If I look feeding table for Brit premium junior LARGE breed it seems that I should give her 230 g/day and the metabolism energy of the both foods are pretty much the same. What is right amount of food for my dog if I use Brit premium junior MEDIUM breed? Regards, Marinko

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  • Daily amount for active dog

    29.12.2017 Answers: 1

    Due to the table of "Brit Care Dog Show Champion", I should give 200g/day for my 20kg dog. Question is, should I give more if my dog is active and has high appetite ? What consequences I should expect after giving more g/day ? Could it cause farting and similar digestion problems ?

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  • Omega fatty acids

    29.9.2017 Answers: 1

    Can you tell me how much of Omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids i? There is nothing about in the food analysis. Thank you, Marina

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  • buy your food

    25.9.2017 Answers: 1

    Goodmorning, i live in Hungarya and have a kennel with 26 dogs. I want to buy the Brit food but dont speak hungaryan. Who can i call to buy or order the food. Greetz, Rene

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  • What product should I choose?

    19.9.2017 Answers: 1

    Hello! Now my puppy is 13 weeks old and her weight is 6.5kg. When she will be a grown up, she will weight up to 25-30kg. And so I have a question - what product should I choose - for large dogs or for medium sized dogs? Using your feeding table I'm not able to decide it because she is right between them.

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  • Sodium - Brit Care

    12.9.2017 Answers: 1

    Hello, I'm writing to you in order to know the content of sodium in "salmon&potato" and "dog show champion" references. Regards, FB

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Ing. Martin Kváš
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MVDr. Jan Šíma
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