VETERINARY DIETS - ADVANCED NUTRITION
Select Veterinary Diets Gastrointestinal
Digestive ailments in dogs may arise from a variety of causes and lead to a number of clinical symptoms. Select Veterinary Diets Gastrointestinal is a highly-digestible specialist range. Developed for those animals who have delicate digestive systems or slight gastrointestinal issues.
- FOS and MOS Prebiotics improve intestinal health, thus reducing the incidence of E. coli and improving the quality of their faeces.
- Natural mint, Salvia and Fenugreek seed to stimulate digestion.
- Nucleotides aid growth and gastrointestinal maturity, and helping to improve recovery rates following a light and serious intestine injury.
- With Yucca to reduce bad faecal odour.
Rice(26%), Dehydrated Chicken (24%), Corn, Animal fats, Corn Gluten, Beetroot Pulp, Carob pods, hydrolysed Chicken, Yeasts, Fish oil, Minerals, MOS Prebiotics, FOS Prebiotic, Yucca Extract (200 mg/kg), Mint (200 mg/Kg), Salvia leaves (200 mg/kg), Fenugreek seeds (200 mg/kg).
Weak or soft faeces
Digestive tract surgery
Post antibiotic treatment
Protein: 24%, Fats: 15%, Inorganic matter: 6.9%, Crude fibres: 2%, Omega 3 – fatty acids: 0.36%.
Not recommended for
Allergy to chicken, rice or corn
We recommend you give your pet a veterinary check-up prior to use, with the aim of detecting whether the symptoms noted in the animal correspond to a certain pathology and not a different one.
1- Grieshop et al. Gastrointestinal and immunological responses of senior dogs to chicory and mannan-oligosaccharides. Archives of Animal Nutrition, 2004.
2- Propst EL et al. A dose response experiment evaluating the effects of oligofructose and inulin on nutrient digestibility, stool quality, and fecal protein catabolites in healthy adult dogs. J AnimSci, 2003
3- Giffard et al. Administration of charcoal, Yucca schidigera, and zinc acetate to reduce malodorous flatulence in dogs. JAVMA, 2001. Vol.218.