Kompis are functional snacks for dogs, specially formulated with nutrient-rich plants and superfruits to provide extra nutrition for dogs requiring urinary support. Tasty, crunchy, heart-shaped goodies that will please your dog’s taste buds.
The irresistible crunchy texture of Kompis helps maintain good dental hygiene by stimulating the mechanical cleaning of the teeth as your dog chews. Without artificial flavours or colourants. Complementary feed for dogs
SUPERFOODS FOR EXTRA NUTRITION
Enriched with dandelion, chokeberries and blackcurrant which contribute to the support of the urinary system.
Enriched with fennel which supports the digestive health.
SINGLE ANIMAL PROTEIN SOURCE
Kompis are made with only one animal protein source: delicious and easily digestible duck, an alternative, high-quality protein source suitable for dogs with food sensitivities.
GRAIN AND GLUTEN FREE
Kompis snacks are gentle on the stomach as they do not contain grains or gluten and are therefore also suitable for dogs who are intolerant to them.
Instead, wholesome and highly digestible ingredients like peas and potatoes are used as alternative, non-grain sources of carbohydrates to help fuel your pet’s body for healthy energy.
In addition, Kompis snacks contain dried apple pulp, a highly digestible source of fibre, which helps promote digestive health.
Added taurine which contributes to a healthy heart and muscles.
Prior to opening, the product should be stored in dry, cool conditions.
After opening, tightly close the packaging after each use and keep in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight.
Snacks and chews are not substitute for walks and playing with your dog, they should be used only as additional stimulation for your dog given as part of training, as a reward for good behaviour, or just as a tasty treat between meals.
Feed as part of a balanced diet. When feeding treats, reduce your dog’s main meal to keep them in a lean shape.
Do not overfeed your dog with snacks and chews. Excessive use of snacks and chews may cause gastric upset and potentially lead to obesity in dogs and other health problems.
The recommended daily maximum amounts are shown in the feeding table. Offer as a treat or reward between meals. Always supervise your dog when giving any chew or treat. Always have fresh drinking water available.