With the exception of Canagan Senior/Light which is specifically aimed at older dogs, all other varieties of Canagan can be fed to puppies as the nutrient levels are more than sufficient for their every need. The protein and fat levels in Canagan are much higher than those found in most carbohydrate packed adult dry dog foods, or even puppy foods!
The calcium and phosphorus levels and ratios of inclusion are also well suited to the development of puppies.
Puppy Feeding Guide
|Expected Adult Weight||Puppy Feeding Guide Daily Amount (g)|
|2-3 months||4-5 months||6-7 months||8-9 months||10-11 months||12-13 months||14-15 months||16-17 months|
Canagan can be introduced at weaning, mashed down with water.
Between 5 and 6 weeks slowly move them onto dry kibble.
All varieties of Canagan for Cats can be fed to kittens.
Canagan For Cats can be introduced at weaning, mixed with some water. When the kitten is fully weaned Canagan can be fed starting at approximately 30g split into 3 or 4 meals a day.
Kitten feeding guide
|Kitten age (months)||Daily amount (g)|
We’d recommend our Canagan Light / Senior for both senior and overweight dogs. Older and overweight dogs are more prone to joint problems and Canagan Light Senior for Dogs contains a 3-combination joint health care compounds.
Glucosamine Sulphate assists the creation of new cartilage
Chondroitin Sulphate reduces enzymes which damage cartilage in joints
MSM helps reduce joint inflammation and is known for its pain reducing properties.