With the thought that ‘food is our first medicine’, what we choose to put in their bowls has a great influence on their health, and it’s with this theory in mind we have created Healthy Benefit recipes. These bags of unassuming biscuits (kibble, to those in the industry) not only check the boxes for ‘what they need to survive’ on a day-to-day basis, but truly support their bodies for longer-lasting health beyond today and tomorrow.
We’ve created four recipes which single out a singular body system of your dog and address the four most common health concerns of pet parents. We hope that one of the below not only addresses a niggling feeling of yours that you could ‘do something more’ to support a particular health concern, but truly fulfil a need of theirs, which will take your care to the next level.
What stage is my dog in?
Using your dog’s (projected) adult weight, determine if they are considered small, medium, or large in size. The transition age associated with their adult weight is the age at which they transition between puppy and adult, or adult and senior (as the case may be).
|0 - 4.9kg||< 8 mths||8 mths - 10 yrs||+10 yrs|
|5 - 9.9kg||< 10 mths||10 mths - 10 yrs||+10 yrs|
|10 - 14.9kg||< 12 mths||12 mths - 10 yrs||+12 yrs|
|15 - 19.9kg||< 12 mths||12 mths - 9 yrs||+9 yrs|
|20 - 30kg||< 15 mths||15 mths - 9 yrs||+9 yrs|
|30.1 - 40kg||< 15 mths||15 mths - 8 yrs||+8 yrs|
|40.1 - 50kg||< 18 mths||18 mths - 8 yrs||+8 yrs|
|50.1 - 60kg||< 20 mths||20 mths - 7 yrs||+7 yrs|
|+60kg||< 22 mths||22 mths - 7 yrs||+7 yrs|