Crocodile & Tapioca
Single Protein Diet Sk-D200™ Crocodile and Tapioca is an Advanced Novel Protein diet.
Crocodile in this product contains a rich natural source of natural glucosamine, chondroitin and calcium to assist dogs with joint, oral and bone support.
This product contains 100% high grade cuts of crocodile, and no cheap fillers, preservatives, colouring or flavours.
Crocodile is an Advanced Novel Protein that can assist dogs with low to acute allergies or illnesses such as:
- Food Aversion
- Food intolerance
- Diabetes and many other illnesses
Recommended for all dogs with low to acute food allergies, this roll is completely balanced for adult dogs or puppies.
Did you know that the vitamins and minerals in all our products, comply with the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) standards – Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Citric Acid, Copper, Zinc, Iron, Manganese, Calcium Iodate, Selenium. These vitamins and minerals ensure that the food you are feeding is a complete diet.
Crocodile, tapioca starch, vitamins, minerals, flaxseed oil, psyllium husk, sunflower oil, evening primrose oil, salt.
Guaranteed Analysis per 100g:
ME Kcal 122.75, Protein (min) 10%, Fat (min) 6%, Fibre (max) 0.5%, Salt (Max) 1%, Moisture (Max) 68%
- Protein 10.5%
- Fat 8%
- Moisture 62%
- Carbohydrates 13%
- Fibre 0.8%
- Calcium 1.5%
- Phosphorus 1.1%
- 136kcal per 100g
Dry Matter Basis:
Protein (min) 31.3%, Fat (min) 18.7
Calcium/Phosphorus ratio 1:0.7
200g for every 10kg of dogs body weight
Palatability Guarantee. Conditions apply.
Only available in pet specialty stores and veterinary clinics. See in store for details.
Please note: The Sk-D200 Crocodile & Tapioca diet is used for “Elimination diets or food trials”, where a veterinary professional places a dog or cat on a single protein diet of only Crocodile & Tapioca for 4 to 8 weeks. After this time, the dog or cat will usually be challenged with another single protein to see how they react. When the elimination diet is complete, the dog or cat should be fed a protein they can consume without adverse reactions, and exposure to the novel crocodile protein limited for future use in food trials, or elimination diets, if required.