protein of animal origin (High Biological Value).
of ingredients of meat origin (meats and fats).
FAEC Joints: 5.000 mg/Kg of joint protectors.
FAEC Inmune: 500 mg/Kg.
FAEC Digestive: 100 mg/Kg.
Our recipes are free of colourings and preservatives of chemical synthesis. They also do not include wheat, milk or red meat as these ingredients are highly allergenic for dogs.
The combination of chondroprotectors and MSM, together with functional foods such as pomegranate and devil’s claw, will ensure not only a good joint development but will also limit inflammatory processes and discomfort, typical of growth, improving their quality of life in this important phase.
The high quality and combination of its ingredients make Lenda Puppy a healthy food that provides all the nutrients your puppy needs for optimum development. It incorporates Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids that promote and support the puppy’s cognitive development. Included in the Lenda Puppy recipe are functional foods and ingredients, such as high content of joint protectors, natural antioxidants along with combinations of medicinal herbs and botanical extracts that promote the best quality of life for our puppy. The size and shape of its kibble is perfectly adapted to medium and small sized dogs.
Barnyard fowls 39,5% (dehydrated Chicken 17,5%, dehydrated Turkey 10%, Poultry plasma protein 9%, Chicken hydrolyzate 3%), Maize*, Rice*, filtered Chicken oil 14%, Potato starch, Beet pulp, dehydrated Tuna 0,5%, Carob (Ceratonia siliqua), Brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a source of mannan-oligosaccharides, MOS), Salmon oil (source of the Omega-3 fatty acids: EPA and DHA), FAEC Joints 5000 mg/Kg (Brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), Carob meal (Ceratonia siliqua), chondroitin sulphate 1000 mg/Kg, glucosamine 1000 mg/Kg, methylsulfonylmethane 750 mg/Kg, Harpagophytum procumbens, Punica granatum), mineral substances, dehydrated Tomatoe & Carrots (source of licopen & beta-carotene), FAEC Inmune 500 mg/Kg (Panax ginseng, Punica granatum, Zingiber officinale, Urtica dioica, Camellia sinensis, Curcuma longa, Harpagophytum procumbens, Schizochytrium sp. microalgae oil (source of DHA Omega-3 fatty acids)), Yucca Schidigera extract, Chicory root extract (a source of inulin (FOS), FAEC Digestive 100 mg/Kg (Malpighia emarginata, Citrus x aurantium, Origanum vulgare, Salvia rosmarinus, Thymus vulgaris, Valeriana officinalis, Matricaria recutita, Melissa officinalis, Cynara scolymus).-*Natural raw materials.
• FAEC Joints
° Chondroprotectors and MSM: Fundamental in puppies, joint health will have a great influence on the quality of life of our dog. The contribution of chondroprotectors together with MSM, will offer a stable joint development, which is essential in this important phase.
° MSM: Naturally occurring, it offers powerful anti-inflammatory, analgesic and plastic properties. Beneficial in the treatment of all inflammatory problems, whether joint or dermatological.
° Pomegranate (Punica Granatum): An effective aid in reducing oxidative stress, thanks to its polyphenols and flavonoids.
° Harpagophytum (Harpagophytum procumbens): Again, a powerful anti-inflammatory that is complemented by its antioxidant properties. An important support for the care and development of joints.
• FAEC Inmune
° Gingseng: If a functional food is able to help the liver, as well as stimulating the nervous system and the immune system, it has anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties, there is little more you could ask for.
° Ginger: Not only antioxidant or anti-inflammatory, it stimulates the nervous system, antibacterial… and also has very valuable digestive properties.
° Pomegranate: If we are talking about immunological properties, its anti-parasitic properties are more than welcome.
° Nettle: As a healing, diuretic and anti-inflammatory agent.
° Green tea: Against dermatitis, as an antioxidant, natural healing agent; these are the most common applications of this great immunopotentiator.
° Turmeric: The curcumin it provides, together with the vitamins and antioxidants it contains, make turmeric a very special functional food. In addition, its digestive properties make it essential.
° Devil’s claw (Harpagophytum procumbens): Again, a powerful anti-inflammatory that is complemented by its antioxidant properties. An important support for the care and development of joints.
° Micro-algae oil: all the known and recognised properties of Omega 3 fatty acids, in this case with unrivalled bioavailability.
° Tomato and carrot: powerful natural antioxidant properties thanks to lycopene and beta-carotene.
• FAEC Digestive
° Acerola: This fruit is a great source of vitamin C, but above all it provides tannins, which have a positive influence on the digestive process.
° Bitter orange: Again, vitamins and antioxidants, but above all, its astringent capacity favours stool stability.
° Oregano: Useful for eliminating digestive discomfort and involuntary muscle spasms affecting the digestive tract.
° Thyme: Effective in combating gas!
° Chamomile: A natural anti-acid! It is also a very powerful digestive anti-inflammatory and promotes bile secretion.
° Melissa officinalis (Melissa officinalis): Helps digestion and is a natural relaxant; it has a very pleasant citrus scent for dogs and cats.
° Artichoke: Anti-cholesterol, but not forgetting that it is also a diuretic and helps to treat skin problems. After all, the body is a holistic system.
Additives: Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 20000 IU/Kg, Vitamin D3 2000 IU/Kg, Vitamin E (all-rac-α-Tocopheryl acetate) 135 mg/Kg. Trace elements: Copper (as copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate)(3b405) 10 mg/Kg, Iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous)(3b202) 2,2 mg/Kg, Iron (Iron(II) carbonate)(3b101) 240 mg/Kg, Selenium (as sodium selenite)(3b801) 0,4 mg/Kg, Manganese (Manganese (II) oxide)(3b502) 50 mg/Kg, Zinc (Zinc oxide)(3b603) 115 mg/Kg. Sensory additives: Colourants. Technological additives: preservatives and antioxidants (Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils).
Protein 28%, crude Fat 18%, crude Ash 6,9%, crude Fibre 2%, Calcium 1,7%, Phosphorus 1%, ME 3942 Kcal/Kg (NRC 2006a).