Gastrointestinal diseases are common in cats, and often occur with symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea, chronic / acute. Poor digestion to worsen further.
Purina Veterinary Diets Feline EN - Gastrointestinal is a veterinary dietary food, which does not burden the gastrointestinal tract. This is achieved with a limited list of ingredients and targeted, which only includes ingredients that can be absorbed well by the gut.
The addition of prebiotics further stimulates the intestine and promotes the balance of intestinal flora. Purina Veterinary Diets Feline EN - Gastrointestinal is very digestible and because of its reduced fat intake reduces intestinal job thus being suitable for cats with pancreatic problems. An ideal mix of minerals also promotes urinary tract health.
- limited list of ingredients and targeted: not to overburden the gastrointestinal tract, only well absorbed from the gut components, proteins with reduced allergenicity.
- with prebiotic inulin: intestinal health and balance of the intestinal flora
- reduced-fat: makes very digestible food minimizing intestinal unnecessary work
- Gut health: prevents the formation of struvite and oxalate stones
- gastrointestinal diseases
- Acute and chronic diarrhea
- He retched
- pancreatic problems
isolated soy protein *, hydrolyzed poultry protein *, soy flour, corn starch *, animal fat, minerals, inulin (min 0.2%), fish oil *.
* Digestible ingredients.
vitamin A (38,000 IU / kg), vitamin D (1,250 IU / kg), vitamin E (700 IU / kg), taurine (1,100 mg / kg), of iron sulphate monohydrate (270 mg / kg), anhydrous calcium iodate (3.5 mg / kg), copper sulphate pentahydrate (55 mg / kg), manganese sulfate monohydrate (110 mg / kg), zinc sulfate monohydrate (460 mg / kg), sodium selenite (0.32 mg / kg).
bentonite (10,000 mg / kg). With antioxidants.
RATION DAILY MAIL AND METHOD 'FOR USE:
To optimize digestion and absorption of nutrients is appropriate to divide the daily amount into lighter meals. Feline EN St / Ox provides complete and balanced nutrition for adults cats kittens. For kittens 6 - 12 weeks old administered from 40 to 80 g of product, dampened with water until after weaning, and then gradually reduce the addition of water.
|Key nutritional values||dried*||humid|
|Oils and fats||20,0%||6,5%|
|taurine||1100,0 mg/kg||1200,0 mg/kg|
|Metabolizable energy (EM)||3,91 kcal/g||1030 kcal/g|
|Vitamin A||38000 UI/kg||1300 UI/kg|
|Vitamin D3||1250 UI/kg||180 UI/kg|
|Vitamin E||700 UI/kg||-|
|Fe (E1)||270,0 mg/kg||38,3 mg/kg|
|I (E2)||3,5 mg/kg||0,74 mg/kg|
|Cu (E4)||55,0 mg/kg||4,7 mg/kg|
|Mn (E5)||110,0 mg/kg||6,7 mg/kg|
|Zn (E6)||460,0 mg/kg||93,1 mg/kg|
|Se (E8)||0,32 mg/kg||0,06 mg/kg|
|2 – 4||30 – 60||⅔ – 1 ⅓|
|4 – 6||60 – 90||1 ⅓ – 2|
|6 – 8||90 – 120||2 – 2 ⅔|
|>8||120 + 15 g per kg|
of body weight in most
|2 ⅔ ⅓ + g tin per kg|
of body weight in most
|6 – 12||40 – 80||½ – 1 ½|
|12 – 26||80 – 90||1 – 2|
|26 – 52||90 – 60||2 – 1|
- 1.80 kg
- Digestive System