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Real good food,
for real good dogs

BONNIE Puppy

A complete and balanced meal for Puppies up to 12 months

BONNIE Puppy is specially formulated by veterinarians and nutritionists to give your puppy a great start in life, with the specific balance of proteins and fats to aid proper development and growth.

BONNIE Adult Complete

A complete and balanced meal for Adult Dogs

BONNIE Adult Complete is made with real chicken and other essential ingredients specially formulated to provide all of your adult dog's daily nutritional requirements without the need for added supplements

BONNIE Lite

A complete and balanced meal for overweight or less active Dogs

BONNIE Lite is a low fat formulation made with real chicken and other essential ingredients to provide all of your overweight or less active dog's daily nutritional requirements without the need for added supplements

BONNIE Working Dog

BONNIE Working Dog

A high energy complete and balanced meal for active and large breed Working Dogs

BONNIE Working Dog is a high protein formula made with real kangaroo and other essential ingredients to provide all of your active or working dog's daily nutritional requirements without the need for added supplements.

Keeping your working dog healthy

    Working dogs need a high energy diet to meet their working lifestyle because:

  • They require higher levels of fat from their diet, as fat is a preferential source for endurance work
  • Use carbohydrates for sprint type activities
  • Need 10% carbohydrates from diet
  • Require good quality protein for repair and recovery
  • Require more than 20% protein from their diet

Keeping your working dog healthy

  • Home prepared all-meat diets can be deficient in carbohydrates which can cause mild to chronic diarrhoea
  • All-meat diets can be deficient in calcium. Raw bones don't provide sufficient calcium
  • Bones pose a threat of choking or obstruction and can seriously damage teeth
  • Risk of infection from food-borne pathogens to both dogs and humans from raw meat and bones
  • Deficiencies of selenium in farm dogs, who are fed meat based or improperly balanced diets*

*Jolley et al, NVVJ 50[3], 115-116, 2002 Disorders of NZ Farm Dogs.