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Dietas veterinarias para perros
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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.
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DERMAL PROTECTION
DERMAL PROTECTION

A hypoallergenic diet with ingredients to which the animal is not hypersensitive is fundamental to bring to an end the pathological processes for the skin derived from an allergy. With Organic zinc for an all-over coat and to help to prevent dermatosis.

HEALTHY COAT
HEALTHY COAT

Methionine to help the production of keratin. With Biotin to provide good condition of coat and skin.

KRILL OMEGA 3
KRILL OMEGA 3

Rich in DHA extracted from Krill to help the immune system. Krill is particularly rich in PUFA-ω3 linked to phospholipids, easier to assimilate and more effective than those linked to triglycerides.

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 other ailments affecting the immunological system. Krill is particularly rich in PUFA-ω3 linked to phospholipids, easier to assimilate and more effective than those linked to triglycerides (3).

METHIONINE

Methionine is a sulphured amino acid necessary for the synthesis of keratin, which forms an essential part of the dermatological structure. High levels of Methionine  (Select VD Skin & Coat contains 2,000 mg/kg) prevent hair loss, increase the rate of capillary growth and also the shininess of the outer layer.

ZINC

A diet with a zinc supplement contributes to the solving of cutaneous problems caused by immune system disorders, or those caused by a deficiency of Zinc (4). Select VD Skin & Coat, enriched with Zinc, contributes to solving skin problems of this type.

BIOTIN

Biotin is a vitamin involved in the cellular multiplication processes. Supplementing the diet with Biotin solves problems of alopecia, dermatitis and pruritus associated with a deficiency of this vitamin (5).

LAMB&RICE

A hypoallergenic diets overcomes symptoms such as itching, erythema, alopecia or dandruff associated with allergies. A formula based on ingredients to which the animal is not hypersensitive is fundamental to bring to an end the pathological processes for the skin derived from a food allergy.

Composition

Dehydrated lamb (26%), Rice (26%), Maize, Animal fat, Maize gluten, Peas, Carob, Beet pulp, Hydrolysed lamb, Krill, Yeast, Minerals, Prebiotic MOS.

Recommended for

Dermatosis
Dogs with dietary sensitivity
Show dogs

Analytical Components

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

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- 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.

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