Pro Plan Veterinary Diet Canine EN Gastrointestinal Dry Dog Food - 5Kg By Pro Plan Veterinary Diet
PURINA VETERINARY DIETS EN is a highly digestible complete veterinary diet to help manage gastrointestinal, pancreatic and liver conditions in dogs of all ages, including puppies. Intestinal disorders are frequently associated with poor digestion, which may worsen symptoms, so PVD EN contains selected highly digestible ingredients in order to help reduce the workload on the compromised gut and to minimise the amount of nutrients that are not absorbed and remain in the gut. PVD Canine EN is low fat, which is particularly important for dogs with pancreatic problems, and contains a type of fat that is easier to digest and absorb. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids and soluble fibre (prebiotics) to help promote a healthy intestial environment, and helps reduce copper absorption to minimise the risk of copper accumulation.
Note that some types of liver disease require a low protein diet such as PVD NF. If your dog has liver disease, please check with your veterinary surgeon which PVD diet is appropriate.
- Low fat to facilitate digestion
- Medium-chain fatty acids, a special form of fat from coconut which is easy for dogs to digest and absorb
- Low residue: easy-to-digest ingredients to help reduce gut workload and minimise non-absorbed nutrients
Maize, rice*, maize gluten meal*, dehydrated poultry protein*, dried beet pulp, digest, coconut oil*, minerals, animal fat, mono and diglycerides, soya oil, fish oil, inulin. *Highly digestible ingredients.
Protein: 24.0 %
Fat content:10.5 %
Crude ash: 6.0 %
Crude fibres: 2.0 %
Sodium: 0.30 %
Potassium: 0.65 %
Medium chain fatty acids: 2.0 %
IU/kg: Vit A: 30 000; Vit D3: 1 000; Vit E: 560; mg/kg: Vit C: 140; Fe(E1): 240; I(E2): 3.1; Cu(E4): 45; Mn(E5): 100; Zn(E6): 410; Se(E8): 0.28
The recommended period of use is 3 to 12 weeks for compensation for maldigestion, lifetime for chronic pancreatic insufficiency, and 1 to 2 weeks for acute intestinal absorptive disorders, during periods of and recovery from acute diarrhoea. It is recommended that a veterinarian’s opinion be sought before use. For puppies, consult your veterinarian on recommended feeding guidelines.