VETERINARY DIETS - ADVANCED NUTRITION
Select Veterinary Diets Hypoallergenic
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.
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).
Protein: 24%, Fats: 15%, Inorganic matter: 6.9%, Crude fibres: 2%, Omega 3 – fatty acids: 0.32%.
Dogs with dietary sensitivity
Allergies to common ingredients
Weak or soft faeces
Not recommended for
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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