SnackIt Light Salmon cream 100g

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SnackIt Light Salmon cream 100g

SnackIt Light Salmon cream:

  • with omega fatty acids from salmon oil
  • supports a resilient skin and glossy fur
  • delicious gourmet snack
  • No added salt or sugar
  • only 16% fat for extra light indulgence

Product Information:

This gourmet snack with only 16% fat for extra-light indulgence. Plus omega fatty acids from salmon oil. Supports resilient skin and a shiny coat. No added salt or sugar.


Complementary feed for adult cats. Composition:
salmon protein 16%, skimmed milk powder (lactose free), sunfloweroil, salmonoil 2%, carob flour.
Analytical Constituents:
crude protein 16.4%, crude fat 16%, crude fibre 0.1%, crude ash 4.6%, moisture 52.9%.
Additives/kg: Nutritional additives:
vitamins: A 400,000IU, D3 16,000IU, E 2,000mg, C 960mg, B1 480mg, B2 320mg, B6 240mg, B12 640mcg, folate 48mg, niacin 960mg, Calcium D-pantothenate 600mg, biotin 1,600mcg.
Technological additives:
with preservatives, thickener.
Feeding advice:
3 x 1g per 5-6kg body weight per day (1g = approx. 1.5cm paste strand).
Administration suggestion:
Daily, pure or added to the feed. Close the tube carefully after use. Always provide fresh water! Because of the increased contend of vitamin D3 compared with complete feed, this product must not exceed a maximum of 10% of the total daily food ratio.

Treats aren’t just for pets of the canine variety – cats love them too! If used correctly, they can be a great way to reward your feline, show love and encourage good behaviour. The realm of cat treats can be a bit of a mystery to some, so for the sake of good kitty adoration, we bring you a few simple tips.

Cats are small and don’t need a huge amount of food, and it can be easy to overfeed them if you’re adding treats to their regular diets. Make sure that you’re not providing more that 10 percent of their daily calorific intake in treats. Alternatively, you could use a portion of their daily biscuits as treats.

When looking for treats, go for quality, natural ingredients. Meat should be the first ingredient listed on the back, and low-calorie options are best.

Be wary of treating cats with human food, especially from the table, as this can encourage ‘begging’ – your kitty won’t be so cute when it’s disturbing a peaceful dinner!

Make sure that what you’re giving your cat isn’t unsafe for it to eat, like chocolate, onions, garlic, raisins or grapes.

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