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Pro Plan® Large Breed Puppy

Specially formulated to bolster the key protective systems while supplying the nutritional needs of a growing puppy. The kibble is made with real chicken and wholesome rice that are an easy to digest source of carbohydrates. It is a complete and nutritious diet for you growing puppy.

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RD$ 3,299.00 Tax included

Delivery: 1 to 5 business days

  • 34 lb / 15.4 kg

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Purina Pro Plan® Focus Puppy Large Breed Chicken And Rice

  • High-quality protein, including chicken as the first ingredient
  • Natural sources of glucosamine help support developing joints and cartilage
  • DHA from omega-rich fish oil helps nourish brain and vision development
  • Rich in antioxidants to help support a puppy’s developing immune system
  • Calcium, phosphorus and other minerals help build strong teeth and bones

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Life Stage Puppy
Platform (ProPlan) Focus

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Pro Plan® Large Breed Puppy

Pro Plan® Large Breed Puppy

Specially formulated to bolster the key protective systems while supplying the nutritional needs of a growing puppy. The kibble is made with real chicken and wholesome rice that are an easy to digest source of carbohydrates. It is a complete and nutritious diet for you growing puppy.


Feeding Instructions

Daily intake - Recommended daily quantities to keep your pet in ideal condition.

Recommended daily quantities:

If the expected weight of your dog is:

Dogs Age

Feeding Amount

(suggested feeding amount*)

Up to 50 Pounds

1 1/2 - 3 Months

2/3 - 1 1 /4 Cups / 72 - 133 Grams

Up to 50 Pounds

4 - 5 Months

2 - 2 1 /3 Cups / 212 - 247 Grams

Up to 50 Pounds

6 - 8 Months

1 1 /3 - 2 1 /4 Cups / 141 - 239 Grams

Up to 50 Pounds

9 - 11 Months

2 1 /3 - 2 1 /2 Cups / 247 - 265 Grams

Up to 50 Pounds

1 - 2 Years

2 1 /3 - 3 1 /2 Cups / 247 - 371 Grams




If the expected weight of your dog is:

Dogs Age

Feeding Amount

(suggested feeding amount*)

Up to 75 Pounds

1 1/2 - 3 Months

2/3 - 2 Cups / 72 - 212 Grams

Up to 75 Pounds

4 - 5 Months

2 - 3 1/ 3 Cups / 212 - 353 Grams

Up to 75 Pounds

6 - 8 Months

1 2/ 3 - 3 1/ 4 Cups / 178 - 345 Grams

Up to 75 Pounds

9 - 11 Months

3 - 4 1/ 4 Cups / 318 - 451 Grams

Up to 75 Pounds

1 -2 Years

3 1/ 4 - 5 1/ 4 Cups / 345 - 557 Grams




If the expected weight of your dog is:

Dogs Age

Feeding Amount

(suggested feeding amount*)

Up to 100 Pounds

1 1/2 - 3 Months

1 - 3 Cups / 106 - 318 Grams

Up to 100 Pounds

4 - 5 Months

2 2/ 3 - 5 Cups / 284 - 530 Grams

Up to 100 Pounds

6 - 8 Months

3 2/ 3 - 5 2/ 3 Cups / 390 - 602 Grams

Up to 100 Pounds

9 - 11 Months

8 - 9 2/ 3 Cups / 848 - 1026 Grams

Up to 100 Pounds

1 -2 Years

6 1/ 2 - 9 1/ 4 Cups / 689 - 981 Grams




If the expected weight of your dog is:

Dogs Age

Feeding Amount

(suggested feeding amount*)

Up to 130 Pounds

1 1/2 - 3 Months

3 - 4 1/ 4 Cups / 318 - 451 Grams

Up to 130 Pounds

4 - 5 Months

5 - 6 1/ 4 Cups / 530 - 663 Grams

Up to 130 Pounds

6 - 8 Months

5 3/ 4 - 6 3/ 4 Cups / 602 - 716 Grams

Up to 130 Pounds

9 - 11 Months

9 2/ 3 - 10 2/ 3 Cups / 1026 - 1132 Grams

Up to 130 Pounds

1 -2 Years

9 1/ 4 - 10 1/ 3 Cups / 981 - 1095 Grams


*The manufacturer recommends that you keep your dog in ideal body condition and not allow your dog to become overweight.  The exact amount of food your dog requires will need to be adjusted according to age, activity and environment.  But a good place to start is with these guidelines for an average, active, adult dog fed once daily.

Puppies start to nibble solid foods at 3 - 4 weeks of age.  Keep moistened Pro Plan available at all times.  Allow your puppy to eat at will until fully weaned (6 - 8 weeks). After weaning, Pro Plan can be fed moistened or dry. For best results, develop a regular feeding schedule such as three small meals a day for younger puppies. You can gradually reduce to one feeding in the morning and one in the evening as your puppy ages.  The routine should not vary. As puppies near adulthood, their calorie needs may drop, and your puppy may begin leaving some food in the bowl. Don't misinterpret this as an indication of dislike for the food. Instead, begin offering less so your puppy doesn't overeat and stays in ideal body condition.

It is important to avoid overfeeding puppies. Maintaining ideal body condition is key to encouraging proper growth in all puppies, especially large breeds.  The indicated amounts are only a guideline. If your puppy becomes overweight, a reduction of your puppy’s daily food intake may be appropriate.  You may wish to consult your veterinarian about a weight control program.

Remember, when changing your dog's food or diet allow 7 - 10 days to ease the transition from your dog’s current food.  Each day, simply feed a little less of the previous food and a little more of the new until you are feeding the new food exclusively.  This gradual transition is important and will help to avoid any dietary upsets.

Always provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily.

For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly.

Ingredients

Even though these quality ingredients are listed individually, the most important thing is how they work together for the good of your pet.

Chicken, brewers rice, corn gluten meal, whole grain corn, poultry by-product meal (source of glucosamine), whole grain wheat, animal fat preserved with mixed-tocopherols (form of Vitamin E), pea fiber, fish meal (source of glucosamine), dried egg product, animal digest, fish oil, calcium phosphate, salt, calcium carbonate, potassium citrate, L-Lysine monohydrochloride, choline chloride, zinc sulfate, Vitamin E supplement, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, niacin, Vitamin A supplement, copper sulfate, garlic oil, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Vitamin B-12 supplement, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin supplement, calcium iodate, Vitamin D-3 supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of Vitamin K activity), folic acid, biotin, and sodium selenite.


Guaranteed Analysis


Crude Protein (Min) 28%
Crude Fat (Min) 13%
Crude Fiber (Max) 6%
Moisture (Max) 12%
Linoleic Acid (Min) 1.6%
Calcium (Ca) (Min) 1.1%
Phosphorus (P) (Min) 0.8%
Selenium (Min) 0.3mg/kg
Vitamin A (Min) 15000IU/kg
Vitamin E (Min) 100IU/kg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)* (Min) 0.05%
Glucosamine* (Min) 500ppm
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles

Calorie Content (Calculated)
Metabolizable Energy (ME) 3922 kcal/kg - 1779 kcal/lb - 417 kcal/cup

Manufactured by: Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164 USA