For Active Puppies of All Breeds up to 12 Months of Age

Bonacibo Puppy High Energy

BonaCibo Puppy High Energy is formulated with extra energy to support the healthy development of active puppies. Balanced protein, fats and carbohydrates also provide healthy growth by improving metabolism and bone development in the body.

Healthy Development

High Performance

Immuno Support

For Active Puppies of All Breeds up to 12 Months of Age


Dehydrated Chicken Protein (40%), Baldo Rice (18%), Maize, Refined Chicken Oil, Anchovy Meal (8%), Brewers Dried Yeast, Anchovy Oil, Carob, Hydrolized Chicken Liver, Nucleotide Yeast Protein, Dried Beet Pulp, Minerals, Prebiotic Mannan Oligo Saccarides, Seaweed, Blueberry Powder, Yucca Extract, Psyllium, Marigold Powder. 
Hypoallergenic: Do not contain beef, dairy and wheat.




Fat Content

Analytical Components

Protein % 31
Fat Content % 17
Crude Ash % 8
Crude Fibre % 2,5
Omega-6 % 3,8
Omega-3 % 0,80

Nutritional Supplements

Vitamin A 37.500 IU/kg 
Vitamin D32.250 IU/kg 
Vitamin E400 mg/kg 
Vitamin K30,49 mg/kg 
Vitamin C200 mg/kg 
Vitamin B14,38 mg/kg 
Vitamin B29,54 mg/kg 
Vitamin B63,88 mg/kg
Vitamin B120,09 mg/kg
Pantothenic Acid38,84 mg/kg
Folic Acid0,80 mg/kg
Niacin30 mg/kg
Biotin0,37 mg/kg
Copper (as Sulphate)20 mg/kg
Zinc (as Sulphate)110 mg/kg
Zinc (as Chelate)30 mg/kg
Manganez (as Sulphate)33 mg/kg
Selenium (as Selenite)0,34 mg/kg
Glucosamine1.200 mg/kg
Chondroitin800 mg/kg
EU approved antioxidants. 
Healthy Development

BonaCibo is formulated with a balanced ratio of protein and fat to maintain healthy growth and ideal metabolism for long life. An optimal balance of minerals also maintains excellent bone growth & development.

Immuno Supports

BonaCibo contains natural prebiotic fibres to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria and reduce pathogenic strains, thereby supporting immunity and optimising digestion.

Coat Care

BonaCibo contains enriched blend of vitamins, amino acids and right balance of
Omega-6 : Omega-3 fatty acid ratio to promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.

Gestation Care

Highly digestible protein and balanced amino acids mean that BonaCibo is an ideal food for pregnant bitches, to optimise birth weight and puppy immunity.

Lactation Care

By feeding BonaCibo during the lactation period, the puppy’s needs are met by the bitch’s high quality milk, which contains essential fatty acids for healthy growth and minerals for bone formation.

Digestive Care

By using highly digestible ingredients and gentle cooking processes BonaCibo ensures maximum digestibility.

Joint Care

Nature-derived glucosamine & chondroitin are included to maintain healthy cartilage to ensure flexible and healthy joints.

Balanced Vitamins and Minerals

Optimal levels of vitamins are included to support metabolism and ensure sustained energy production. Essential trace minerals are also included in forms that are readily absorbed and utilised by the body, to promote strong & healthy bone development.

Low Allergen Content

It is hypoallergenic with its formula that doesn’t contain none of the most common allergen ingredients for dogs such as beef, dairy, wheat and soy.

Low Grain

It helps your dog to maintain a healthy life by containing a small amount of grain which is also one of the nutrients.

  1. What is Glucosamine and Chondroitin?

    Glucosamine and chondroitin are naturally occurring nutrients which are involved in the production of cartilage within joints. Cartilage is continually being broken down and rebuilt in the body, and these nutrients are essential to ensure that he building process continues and the breakdown is not excessive. In most healthy adult dogs there is sufficient produced by the body however, in some dogs additional supplementation via the food is necessary. Most of the Cagatay dog foods contain both nutrients, with raised levels in the food for large breeds, Whilst additional supplementation with pills and powders is not necessarily harmful, as excess is excreted in the urine, it can be a waste of money.

  2. What are the differences between Bonacibo Puppy and Bonacibo High Energy Puppy recipes?

    Both recipes are carefully formulated to meet the needs of growing and developing Puppies.

    In particular we focused on mineral balance to ensure healthy bone development and the amino acid profile to optimize muscle growth. We have increased vitamin content to maximize metabolism and aid sustainable body growth.

    Bonacibo Puppy is ideal for Puppies of all breeds.

    Bonacibo High Energy Puppy contains elevated energy levels for outdoor and active Puppies, and also raised levels of Chondroitin and Glucosamine to support their developing joints.

    Vitamin and Mineral levels are also boosted to promote metabolism.

    After weaning both Puppy and H. E. Puppy food can be fed through to Adult stage, which is at around 8 to 10 months for a small breeds and 12 to 14 month for a large breed.

    Both Puppy foods can be used for a longer period without harm however the weight and body condition should be carefully monitored.

    High Energy Puppy is also ideal for pregnant and lactating female dogs due to its high energy and vitamin content. For pregnant dogs High Energy Puppy should be fed during the last third of the pregnancy, which is the last 20 days. After whelping High Energy Puppy can be offered freely up until weaning to provide sufficient energy and minerals for milk production.

  3. When can you start to use dry petfood for a newborn dog?

    Puppy foods can be introduced at weaning by softening a few kibbles with warm water not with the milk and leave them close to their bed. If they do not accept the food readily you can also put a small spot of soften food on their front paws, which they will tend to lick and hence become familiar to the smell and taste. Once they have accepted the moistened food an additional bowl of dry food can be placed nearby and the quantity of moistened food reduced, which will encourage them to move across to the dry. Once they have all accepted the dry food the moistened food can be removed, but always allow them nearby access to clean, fresh water at all times.

  4. How can you accustom a dog to eat dry petfood?

    Some dogs do prefer wet food however, dry feeding can be more convenient and cost effective. To introduce your dog to dry food for the first time it is advisable to do so very gradually by mixing a little dry food in with the wet food. It is often the texture of the dry food that the dog can find unusual, so do not be worried if it rejects the dry food at first. You can also soften the food with a little warm water, never milk because by adding milk to a nutritionally complete food, it will add fat, sugar and protein and so will potentially unbalance the diet and some dogs, have an intolerance to lactose contained in particularly cow’s milk which causes loose faeces and sometimes vomiting. You can also offer one or two kibbles by hand as a treat before its main meal. Once it has accepted a few kibbles you can increase the proportion of dry to wet food over a period of around a week, until dry is the only food offered.

  5. Is there any reason why you cannot serve Puppy food to an Adult Dog?

    Puppy and HE Puppy both contain more protein and energy than the adult foods. They are perfectly suitable for adult dogs however, they can cause excessive weight gain if the dogs does not require these extra nutrients. If your dog is exercising intensely or does not tend to maintain a regular weight, the Puppy and HE Puppy might be more suitable however, generally the adult foods are more suited to dogs over 1 year old.

  6. Which petfood should you use for a dog which has had an operation, and for how long?

    After an operation dogs are often disinterested in their food. It is therefore a good idea to offer them a food with a very high palatability and nutrient concentration, such as Bonacibo Puppy or Bonacibo HE Puppy, so that they can obtain as much as possible from a small quantity. It is also a good idea to moisten the food with warm water, as this will make it easier to consume and will enhance the flavour further.

  7. What kind of problems may occur in the case of using Puppy and HE Puppy constantly for dogs older than 1 year?

    Puppy and HE Puppy both contain more protein and energy than the adult foods. They are perfectly suitable for adult dogs however, they can cause excessive weight gain if the dogs does not require these extra nutrients. If your dog is exercising intensely or does not tend to maintain a regular weight, the Puppy and HE Puppy might be more suitable however, generally the adult foods are more suited to dogs over 1 year old.

  8. Can you use HE Puppy constantly for a female breeding stock?

    With female breeding stock it is a good idea to offer them HE Puppy food during the last 1/3rd of their pregnancy which is the last 20 days. During this period the capacity of their stomach is significantly reduced, as the puppies grow and compress it, so the higher concentration of nutrients means that she will obtain more from a smaller quantity. It is also a good idea to offer her smaller and more frequent meals. The HE Puppy food is also more palatable, due to its higher meat content, and so can be ideal for a bitch with a low appetite, which is often the case due to nausea induced by circulating hormones and stomach compression. HE Puppy can also be fed during the earlier stages of pregnancy however, her body condition should be monitored carefully to avoid excessive fat development.

    It is usually not advisable to feed puppy food when the bitch is not pregnant as it can induce excessive weight gain, which can in turn reduce fertility.

  9. Which dog food should be used during pregnancy and nursing?

    During pregnancy the volume of the female dog’s stomach shrinks significantly, as the developing puppies grow. This is particularly true toward the last 1/3rd of the pregnancy. Also, circulating hormones can reduce her appetite. For these reasons it is best to offer her a High Energy puppy food, which contains higher protein and energy levels than the standard adult food, and is generally more palatable due to the higher meat content. It is also sometimes necessary to moisten the food with a little water to encourage her to eat. The puppy food is also ideal for lactating bitches, where their energy requirements can increase 3 times. During both of these periods she should be allowed free access to the food, as she is likely to consume smaller quantities more frequently. It is also essential, as always, to provide amply clean, fresh water nearby.