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Dog Food Sample 80g - Amí Protection Plus

Dog Food Sample 80g - Amí Protection Plus
Dog Food Sample 80g - Amí Protection Plus
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Dog Food Sample 80g - Ami Protection Plus

Protection Plus Plant-based Dog Food Sample 80g


A high quality 100% vegetarian hypoallergenic dog food from Italy, recommended by many animal welfare organisations. 
Made using only natural ingredients and free of colourants and preservatives.

According to the manufacturers experience Amí Dog avoids almost 100 % of allergic reactions. Its excellent tolerability makes it especially suitable for animals with food allergies.



maize, maize protein, rice, peas, linseed, beetroot, potato protein extract, brewer's yeast, vitamins and minerals, L-carnitine, vitamin E. Contains linoleic acid (5.80 %)





moisture content 8.00 % 

crude protein 24.50 % 

crude fat 12.00 % 

crude fibre 3.00 % 

crude ash 6.00 % 


Added vitamins and minerals: 

Vitamin A 18000 I.U. 

Vitamin D3 1350 I.U. 

Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) 215 mg 

Copper(copper sulphate) 20 mg


“Meat consumption is absolutely harmful - not only for the animals, but also for the environment (wasted energy, emissions), society (waste of resources, famine) and for the nutritional status (detrimental health effects). We humans can make decisions which positively influence both our own quality of life and the condition of the environment. As far as pet foods are concerned, there was until now no choice. That has changed with the availability of purely vegetarian pet food (Amí dog and cat food), which is balanced and suited to the animals' dietary needs. This not only solves an ethical problem, but also improves the pets' situation, that used to be fed with conventional pet food, with its animal waste, antibiotics and pesticides.”

Dr. Massimo Tettamanti, environmental chemist, previously researcher at the University of Milan.

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