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Why is a senior diet important?
When dogs reach senior age, their metabolisms slow down, as do their activity levels. Nutrition is of significant importance at this stage and plays a vital role in maintaining the health, longevity and quality of life of your companion.


At what age is my dog considered senior?
The larger the breed, the earlier you should switch to a senior diet. For large breed dogs (35kg+), this can be from as early as 6 years of age. For small (up to 10kg) and medium (10kg to 35kg) breeds this is from 7 to 8 years of age.
Every day, Montego pets and owners throughout South Africa depend on Montego Classic for energy,
well-being and happiness because every bite contains:
20% Protein for a
strong body.

High-quality, easily digestible animal proteins and amino acids derived from real chicken help to maintain strong muscles and a healthy body.
Animal fats & vegetable oils for
a healthy coat and joint relief.

Balanced essential fatty acids promote a thick, shiny coat and nourished skin whilst promoting a healthy weight, reducing stress on ageing joints.
4% Rice for easily
digestible energy.

Carbohydrates primarily from rice, in combination with maize, are easy on ageing digestive systems and release energy throughout the day.
Amino acids
for metabolism.

Added amino acids, such as L-Lysine and DL-Methionine, play an important role in sustaining the metabolism in older dogs.
Limited Phosphorous &amp: added
Biotin for internal health.

Restricted Phosphorous reduces stress on ageing kidneys while added Biotin, which helps to control blood glucose levels, minimises numerous risks.
Antioxidants & vitamins
for immune support.

Age-appropriate levels of Vitamin C & E fight free radicals, support a stronger immune system and promote daily cell renewal.
Montego Classic Senior