Junior Light dog 30 sachets


Junior-light dog is a product intended as a dietary supplement for dogs up to the age of 12 months, especially for puppies from the age of 1 month, animals requiring support for the immune system, including during the immunological gap, to support the development of the sensory organs, cognitive functions and psychomotor capability.



Junior-light dog is a complementary feed which supports the growth and development of puppies up to 12 months old and proper development of their immune system. The ingredients contained in the product have a positive effect on the development of the cognitive functions, sensory organs, cardiovascular system, psychomotor capabilities and the correct development and operation of the musculoskeletal system.


Composition of Junior Light dog

The ingredients in Junior Light dog support the balanced development of puppies by supporting the structure and proper function of the immune system, nervous system, skeletal and joint systems.

Colostrum is a natural maternal food for newborn puppies which, thanks to the high content of immunoglobulins types G1 and G2, stimulates their proper development. Colostrum included in the Junior-light dog formula contains immunoglobulins – immune proteins which support the functioning of the immune system. Colostrum stimulates the growth of muscle mass.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) present in Junior-light dog support correct development of cognitive functions and memory abilities, development of sensory organs and psychomotor capability of puppies.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are necessary for proper functioning of the cardiovascular system.

Vitamin D conditions the correct development and functioning of the musculoskeletal system and the immune system

L-methionine is a sulphur-containing amino acid involved in the biosynthesis of muscle and enzyme proteins in the body of a growing puppy.


Diet for puppies

Until about the age of 4 weeks, puppies mainly need their mother’s milk. After this time, solid foods can begin to be included as a supplement to milk. The puppy stops drinking milk at around the age of 2-3 months. A puppy’s diet should be high in protein and fat. It is generally agreed that the protein content of puppy food should make up a significant proportion of their food intake. When giving fats, attention should be paid to ensure that they are a source of polyunsaturated fatty acids e.g. linoleic acid (omega-6 acid) and DHA (omega-3 acid). Calcium and phosphorus are also important components of a puppy’s diet.


How many meals should a puppy eat?

Puppies have a very large appetite, but their small stomachs cannot take much food at once, so it is necessary to divide the daily intake of food into several smaller portions. The daily amount of food a puppy should eat depends on its breed, size, age and vet’s recommendations. It can be assumed that the older a puppy is, the fewer meals it should have, but the larger they can be.


How should a young dog be supplemented?

Supplementation should support the proper development of a young dog. Particular attention should be paid to the musculoskeletal system, the sensory organs and the immune system. It is important to bear in mind that some breeds may have specific developmental needs, such as large and giant dog breeds. It is always advisable to consult your vet if you wish to include additional substances in your puppy’s diet.

The ingredients contained in Junior Light dog, in combination with an appropriate diet, ensure a balanced development of puppies.

Recomended portion

Body weight dog < 5 kg 5 – 10 kg 11 – 15 kg > 15
Daily portion 1 sachet 2 sachets 3 sachets 4 sachets