High Fibre Lite Senior Dog Food
Did you know? Being just 6% overweight can affect your senior dog’s quality of life without you even knowing.
Our High Fibre Lite recipe is made with that in mind. A special blend of fibres helps your dog to feel comfortably full for longer whilst boosted levels of L-Carnitine help to burn and metabolise fat and maintain muscle mass during weight loss. When it comes to optimum nutrition, lower levels of fat and calories are balanced with enhanced palatability to improve taste and flavour, Taurine to aid heart function, and added herbs, fruits and vegetables to support general health and wellbeing.
Senior High Fibre Lite dog food is often chosen for its delicious flavour but is especially suited to dogs needing help with weight reduction or restriction as well as less active senior dogs needing support with age-related health issues. If you would like some help choosing a specific diet to suit your dog’s life stage and lifestyle please call our FREE OSCAR Helpline on 0800 195 8000.
Enhanced palatability to improve taste and flavour for your dog
With added Taurine and L-Carnitine to aid heart function, antioxidants to protect against the effects of free radicals and Omega 3 fatty acids from Fish oils and Linseed to support brain function: all benefits for the senior dog
Added Biotin, Zinc chelate, Linseed and Omega 3 to help support skin and coat health
With added Glucosamine, MSM and Chondroitin to help support and maintain healthy joint tissues
Blend of fibres to help provide a 'fuller feeling' for longer with boosted levels of L-Carnitine to help burn and metabolise fat and maintain muscle mass during weight loss
Added herbs, fruit and vegetables to support general health and well-being
- Chicken meal
- Chicken fat
- Chicken stock
- Beet pulp
- Fish meal
- Brewer's yeast
- Fish oil
- Yucca schidigera extract
- Chondroitin sulphate
- Fat Content
- of which Omega 3
- Inorganic Matter
- of which Calcium
- of which Phosphorus
- of which Magnesium
- Crude Fibre
- Moisture Content
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B12
- Zinc (as Zinc sulphate monohydrate)
- Iron (as Iron (II) sulphate monohydrate)
- Manganese (as Manganese (II) oxide)
- Zinc (as Zinc chelate of protein hydrolysates)
- Copper (as Copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate)
- Manganese (as Manganese chelate of protein hydrolysates)
- Iodine (as Calcium iodate anhydrous)
- Selenium (as Sodium selenite)
- Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils
Pet Care Guide
Switching foods? Introducing your dog to a new food should be a gradual process. Avoiding sudden change will help to reduce the risk of any tummy upsets or discomfort.
We recommend dividing the total daily amount of food into a minimum of three meals per day.
Do not be tempted to overfeed. Daily amounts may need to be adjusted to meet the needs of your pet according to their activity, life stage and current weight.
Please ensure that fresh drinking water is available at all times.
Dogs often try to eat their food too fast! Scattering food in an outdoor space or into a puzzle feeder is a useful way to prolong their enjoyment of eating a meal whilst easing their digestion.
If your dog shows any sign of becoming under or over weight please consult your OSCAR Nutritional Advisor for help and advice.