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VETERINARY DIETS - ADVANCED NUTRITION

Select Veterinary Hypoallergenic Diets

Select Veterinary Diets Hypoallergenic is a formula low in  allergenic elements made from few ingredients, not often used as pet-food.

  • With Green Tea antioxidants (OPC’s) and Vitamin C to help the immune system.
  • With FOS and MOS probiotics to foster good health and optimise digestion.
  • Rich in DHA extracted from Krill to help to reduce cellular inflammation and allergic reactions.
  • Nucleotides to help humoral and cellular immunity.
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ONE ANIMAL PROTEIN
ONE ANIMAL PROTEIN

Select VD Hypoallergenic contains a sole source of animal-based protein: duck (not commonly found in pet-foods). This reduces the chance of causing allergic reactions.

85% DUCK & RICE
85% DUCK & RICE

Select VD Hypoallergenic has been created with a reduced variety of ingredients (duck and rice account for 85% of the formula), all of these selected for being generally almost allergen free.

LOW ALLERGEN
LOW ALLERGEN

Aside from being generally almost allergen free, Select VD Hypoallergenic is rich in DHA extracted from Krill to help to reduce cellular inflammation and allergic reactions.

KRILL AS A SOURCE OF DHA

DHA (or docosahexaenoic acid) is a polyunsaturated fatty acid similar to Omega 3 (PUFA-ω3) that offers an anti-inflammatory and stimulating function (1). Diets enriched with PUFA-ω3 significantly reduce symptoms of pruritus and atopy (2) and the reduction of diarrhoea caused by chronic enteropathies (3). Krill is particularly rich in PUFA-ω3 linked to phospholipids, easier to assimilate and more effective than those linked to triglycerides (4).

WHEAT RICH IN NUCLEOTIDES

Nucleotides have a positive immunological effect, especially in scenarios of physiological stress (6). Animals whose diets are supplemented with nucleotides show greater levels of humoral and cellular immunity, with higher survival rates following an infection of certain pathogens (7).

A SINGLE SOURCE OF ANIMAL

Reducing the variety of proteins in a diet minimise reactions to hyper sensibility. Select VD Hypoallergenic contains a sole source of animal-based protein: duck (not commonly found in pet-foods). This reduces the chance of causing allergic reactions.

85% DUCK AND RICE

Select VD Hypoallergenic has been created with a reduced variety of ingredients (duck and rice account for 85% of the formula), all of these selected for being generally allergen free.

GREEN TEA

Green Tea is widely associated with digestive, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities (5).

MOS AND FOS PREBIOTICS

MOS and FOS Prebiotics have a beneficial effect on intestinal health, helping the development and upkeep of the animal’s immune system (8).

Composition

Rice (48%), Dehydrated duck (28%), Duck fat, Beet pulp, Carob, Hydrolysed duck, Krill, Yeast, Minerals, Prebiotic MOS, Prebiotic FOS, Green Tea extract (200 mg/kg).

 

Analytical components

Protein: 24%, Fats: 15%, Inorganic matter: 6.9%, Crude fibres: 2%, Omega 3 – fatty acids: 0.32%.

Recommended for

Dermatosis
Dogs with dietary sensitivity
Allergies to common ingredients
Weak or soft faeces

Not recommended for

Rice allergy

Recommendation:

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.

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Bibliographical reference:

1- Kearns et al. Effect of age, breed and dietary Omega-6 (n-6): Omega-3 (n-3) fatty acid ratio on immune function, eicosanoid production, and lipid peroxidation in young and aged dogs. Veterinary immunology and immunopathology, 1999.
2- Bauer, John E. Therapeutic use of fish oils in companion animals. Timely topics in nutrition, 2011.
3- Ferguson.Fish-meal diet enriched with Omega-3 FUFA and treatment of canine chronic enteropathies.Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol., 2012.
4- Burri et al. Marine Omega-3 Phospholipids: metabolism and biological activities. International Journal of molecular sciences, 2012.
5- Johnson & Williamson.Phytochemical functional foods. Cambridge, IK: Woodhead Publishing, 2003.
6- Kim, H. Glutamine as immunonutrient. Yonsei Med J., 2011.
7- Carver, JD.Dietary nucleotides: effects on the immune and gastrointestinal systems. ActaPaediatr Suppl., 1999.
8- Grieshop et al.Gastrointestinal and immunological responses of senior dogs to chicory and mannan-oligosaccharides.Archives of animal nutrition, 2004

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