Did you know that from the age of seven, your dog is considered senior? In fact, an estimated 43% of registered dog owners have a dog aged seven years or older1 and with an ageing dog population, this number is set to rise in the coming years.
Watching our furry companions forget where the ball landed in a game of fetch or sleeping all day and being less social due to lack of energy and enthusiasm can be saddening for owners. As dogs age, their cognitive function can become impaired, affecting their memory, learning and decision- making ability.
Purina PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND has been formulated to include a special blend of botanical oil containing MCTs, shown to promote memory, attention and trainability in senior dogs. Purina PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND also supports a strong immune system, and healthy teeth and joints, thereby helping aging dogs stay bright and active for longer.
While dogs don’t always show external signs of aging until older, in fact subtle, natural changes will be occurring as early as seven years of age. This is when owners can begin to introduce changes to both their diet and lifestyle to help reduce the impact of aging, and ensure they have an active and enriched life as they get older.
Three senior dog owners will get a chance to win PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND valued at up to $145
- Two small or mini senior dog owners will receive two 5kg bags of PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND (RRP $48.50 each)
- One medium or large senior dog owner will receive one 12kg bag of PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND (RRP $144.90)
Purina is committed to enriching the lives of pets and the people who love them and is continuously looking for innovative solutions to provide the best nutrition for pets. Click here for more information about PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND.
PURINA PRO PLAN BRIGHT MIND is available at leading pet shops in New Zealand.
To be in to win, fill in the entry form below.
Competition starts 10 September 2018 and ends on 23 September 2018. Winners will be drawn on 24 September 2018 and notified via email. T&Cs apply.
1 Extracted from ‘National Dogs Database’, Department of Internal Affairs 2018