VETERINARY DIETS - ADVANCED NUTRITION
Select Veterinary Diets Skin & Coat
Dogs with skin problems need a diet that can cope with the most frequent challenges faced by canine dermatology, such as Select Veterinary Diets Skin & Coat.
- Organic zinc for an all-over coat and to help to prevent dermatosis.
- Using Glutamine rich yeast to help in the prevention immunological deficiencies.
- Nucleotides to help humoral and cellular immunity.
- With Methionine to help the production of keratin.
- With Biotin to provide good condition of coat and skin.
Dehydrated lamb (26%), Rice (26%), Maize, Animal fat, Maize gluten, Peas, Carob, Beet pulp, Hydrolysed lamb, Krill, Yeast, Minerals, Prebiotic MOS.
Dogs with dietary sensitivity
Protein: 24%, Fats: 15%, Inorganic matter: 7.9%, Crude fibres: 2%, Omega 3 – fatty acids: 0.32%.
Not recommended for
Allergies to lamb, 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.
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3- Burri et al. Marine Omega-3 Phospholipids: metabolism and biological activities. International Journal of molecular sciences, 2012.
4- Ackerman, Lowell. Nutritional supplements in canine dermatoses. Can Vet J, Volume 28, 1987.
5- Frigg, M. et al. Clinical study on the effect of biotin on skin conditions in dogs.Schweiz Arch Tierheilkd, 1989.