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Specific Weight Control Dog

Moderate energy, high fibre: The low content of fat and high content of fibre result in a low energy density. Even during a period of weight reduction and/or weight control this will enable the owner to feed a considerable amount of food, supporting that the dog’s appetite is sated.

Optimal weight: L-carnitine transports fatty acids into the mitochondria and stimulates oxidation of fat and preservation of muscles.

Joint support: Omega-3 fatty acids help to maintain normal mobility in joints of overweight dogs. Omega-3 fatty acids also support a healthy skin and coat.

Moderately increased protein: The moderately increased protein content supports maintenance of muscles.

Diabetes mellitus: The content of complex carbohydrates and the high level of fibre promote a gradual release of glucose from the diet, which makes it suitable for patients with diabetes mellitus.

Specific Weight Reduction Dog

Low energy, high fibre: The low content of fat and high content of fibre result in a low energy density. Even during a period of weight reduction, this will enable the owner to feed a considerable amount of food, supporting that the dog’s appetite has been sated.

Optimal weight loss: L-carnitine transports fatty acids into the mitochondria and stimulates oxidation of fat and preservation of muscles.

High protein: The high protein content supports maintenance of muscles and satiation of the dog’s appetite during the weight reduction period.

Joint support: Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) help maintain normal mobility in joints of obese dogs. Omega-3 fatty acids also support a healthy skin and coat.

Diabetes mellitus: Cereals with a reduced glycemic index (whole wheat and oats), a high level of fibre and chromium reduce postprandial hyperglycemia.

Specific Weight Reduction Dog Wet

Low energy, high fibre: The low content of fat and high content of fibre result in a low energy density. Even during a period of weight reduction this will enable the owner to feed a considerable amount of food, supporting that the dog’s appetite will be sated. Optimal weight loss: L-carnitine transports fatty acids into the mitochondria and stimulates oxidation of fat and preservation of muscles. High protein: The high protein content supports maintenance of muscles and satiation of the dog’s appetite during the weight reduction period. Joint support: Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) help to maintain normal mobility in joints of obese dogs. Omega-3 fatty acids also support a healthy skin and coat. Diabetes mellitus: The content of complex carbohydrates and the high level of fibre promote a gradual release of glucose from the diet, making it suitable for patients with diabetes mellitus.