LIFE STAGESCanine nutrition
Summit 10 Life Stages, Inspired by the well-being of your pet, contains at least 10 ingredients which help to strengthen our pets’ defences in a natural way, from birth and through all the stages of their life.
Proteins are the first ingredient in all our recipes.Download PDF
SUMMIT 10 LIFE STAGESInspired in Wellnes
CHICKEN & RICE15 kg - 3 kg
LAMB & RICE15 kg
CHICKEN & RICE15 kg
CHICKEN & RICE15 kg - 3 kg
CHICKEN & RICE3 kg
BENEFITSof a multi-protein diet
Protein is the most important part of our pets’ diet because it provides essential amino acids, which are indispensable for pet health. Given that a high percentage of their diet is based on protein, then it should be good quality. On the other hand, the more variety of proteins there are in a dog or a cat’s diet, the greater their biological contribution will be. Therefore, if a dog has no allergies it is better to regularly feed it a diet varied in high-quality proteins.
Furthermore, various scientific studies have proved that puppies fed a variety of foods during their first year have a lower probability of developing food allergies later on. The protein sources of Summit 10 are: Chicken, Lamb, Fish and Eggs
THE 10 INGREDIENTSthat reinforce natural defences
Summit 10 Life Stages contains at least 10 ingredients that help strengthen a pet’s natural defences.
These ingredients encourage the growth of intestinal flora in various ways. Intestinal flora makes it possible to absorb nutrients from the intestine into the organism. If the flora works correctly, the immune system remains healthy.
The aim is to have a beneficial effect on digestive well-being whilst reinforcing the animal’s immune system.
The lutein present in eggs helps in the development of the immune system.
A dietary source of omega 3 fatty acids (DHA), the precursors of anti-inflammatory molecules that work with the immune system.
Chicory pulp (FOS)
Has a direct effect on the digestive health of the animal, is a source of inulin, which acts as a pre-biotic that encourages the growth of intestinal microbiota and contributes to the health of the mucous membrane of the colon.
Beta-glucans and manno-oligosaccharides present in the cell wall of yeast are immune-stimulants.
Its essential fatty acids help the immune system.
The lycopene in tomato has an immune-stimulus effect.
The quercetin in apple stimulates the defences of the organism.
The natural anti-oxidants in rosemary strengthen the immune system.
Its polyphenol compounds act on the immune system.
Contains arachidonic acid, which helps to maintain the immune system.
The selenium in fishmeal helps leucocytes, and this improves the immune response.