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Nutritional support for expectant mums and growing puppies.
Just welcomed a new puppy home? Playing birth partner to a canine mum-to-be? Help them along with YUM Puppy, a natural supplement that’s specifically developed to support new mums and their growing pups.
YUM Puppy’s special formula provides support for pregnant and nursing mothers. A canine mum’s nutritional requirements increase during pregnancy and whelping, and at the same time reproductive activity can reduce her essential fatty acid reserves, particularly her levels of Omega 3 DHA. Her nutritional condition can be a major influence on her puppies’ health, so if she’s struggling to maintain optimum condition, her puppies may not thrive. YUM Puppy can help to replenish her fatty acid reserves.
How does YUM Puppy support puppies?
If you’ve just welcomed a puppy to your home, YUM Puppy can help them thrive in their new, unfamiliar environment. It works well in partnership with your puppy’s vaccinations, providing high quality nutrition for growing pups, focusing on three vital areas of their first year of life: their health, growth and development.
Healthy brain and eyes
Omega 3 DHA is essential for healthy brain and vision development, and can help improve your puppy's training and behaviour.
Aids their immune system
Beta Glucans help to support the natural development of a healthy puppy's immune system.
Support their tummies
Oligosaccharides provide a feed source for the good bacteria in your puppy's digestive system, to help support healthy growth and development.
The naturally tasty supplement for puppies and their Mums
YUM Puppy, is made from natural ingredients, it’s a naturally tasty way to introduce vital extra nutrition into their daily diet.
Feed these amounts each day, using the 1ml scoop provided with your YUM Puppy pack.
Start 1 month before mating and continue during pregnancy and whelping