I’ve entered Maja to this year’s last show (and probably for some longer time last show) in České Budějovice. The poodles were judged by a breed specialist Sanda Kekez-Veselič. Maja got in open class excellent 1 CAC and fulfilled conditions for the Czech champion title.
We met there Maja’s litter brother Amber (Foster’s Lord Amber), who lives with his owner in Germany.
We started to test two new brands of complete dry dog food. In this post I’m presenting the first one – Czech brand Marp produced in England. If it makes sense for me, I always try to choose Czech or European brands.
We have chosen the Natural product line, the recepture Farmland with duck meat. The decision took me a long time because the last time I changed the dog food it had bad impact for the hair because of a low fat content.
Ingredients: dryed duck meat, potatoes, peas, beet pulp, poultry fat, rewer’s yeast, flaxseed, vitamins a nd minerals. I mainly like the ingredients except closer non-specified poultry fat.
The protein content is 26 %, fat 12%, fiber 4 %. By choosing the food I was affraid a little of the relatively low fat content and relatively high fiber. After a month and a little I may say I’m pretty contented with the new food and also the dogs. The skind and the hair seems to be in an excellent condition.
In September we started other agility course for beginners. There are some photos from the training.