As dogs age, their activity levels slow down, as do their metabolisms and other key functions. Similarly, overweight dogs require a lower fat-to-protein ratio diet to assist with weight management. Scientifically formulated and nutrient-rich, Montego Karoo Senior/ Overweight’s formulation includes age and lifestyle-specific ingredients such as Glucosamine and Chondroitin, which provide support for ageing or overworked joints and cartilage, L-Carnitine which aids slowing metabolisms and Dried Algae, Schizochytrium sp. which improves cognitive ability. At this stage, appropriate nutrition plays a vital role in maintaining health, longevity and quality of life.
Low Carbohydrate Formulation Using Only Rice
A single grain, high-quality, easily digestible carbohydrate provides all-day energy.
Joint-Mobility Protein: Chicken
A natural source of Glucosamine and Chondroitin that helps maintain joint strength and mobility, reducing deterioration while providing energy.
Strength-Building Protein: Lamb
Adds delicious flavour and texture, while providing essential amino acids, crucial to maintaining and supporting the strength and health of ageing muscles.
Omega-6 from Animal Fats and Vegetable Oils
Omega-6 fatty acids from chicken fat help nourish your dog’s ageing skin, while encapsulated fatty acids are essential for reducing stool odour.
Prebiotics: Beet Pulp and Inulin
This fibre-rich source of fructo-oligosaccharides stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system while improving stool quality.
Nourishing Fish Oils
Omega-3 fatty acids from Fish Oils are essential to the maintenance of brain function and clear vision, as well as immune system health, joint health and the shine and condition of the skin and coat.
Dried Algae Schizochytrium sp.
A rich source of DHA that supports healthy ageing by improving cognitive ability, promoting mental alertness and sharpness in mature dogs (5 years and older).
Aids in the conversion of fat into energy and lean muscle mass, optimising and maintaining a healthy metabolism in senior or overweight dogs.