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Royal Canin Feline Sensitivity Control Chicken and Rice Pouch x 12 packs

$225.00

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Sensitivity Control is for the nutritional support of cats with Food hypersensitivity.

This cat feed helps cats with dermatological and/or gastrointestinal signs, food intolerance (including lactose intolerance) and acute or chronic diarrhoea.

 

Key Benefits:
  • The protein sources used are highly digestible. This approach reduces the risk of allergic reaction in the cat.
  • Very high amounts of biotin, niacin and pantothenic acid in combination with zinc reduce water losses through the skin and support the barrier effect of the skin.
  • Eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids, which are omega 3 long chain fatty acids, help maintain skin health and the integrity of the intestinal mucosa.
  • The combination of fermentable fibres (beet pulp, FOS) with zeolite helps to maintain a balanced gastrointestinal microflora and to protect the intestinal mucosa. This food is gluten and lactose free.
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Description

Ingredients:

Rice, dehydrated duck meat, vegetable fibres,hydrolysed poultry proteins, animal fats, rice gluten, minerals, fish oil, soyaoil, marigold extract (source of lutein).

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Veterinary Diet Food:

Veterinary prescription diets are formulated with targeted nutrition, scientifically designed and clinically proven to help manage and treat specific health conditions. These specially formulated diets should only be used under the recommendation and supervision of your pet’s veterinarian, and are usually only available exclusively from veterinary clinics and hospitals.  KVH has a dedicated customer service team of vets and vet nurses to provide assistance and advice, therefore we are able to offer you a large range of Veterinary Diet Food.

Prescription diets can be used to treat, manage or prevent wide range of different aged pets as well as health conditions including:

Arthritis
Cardiac (Heart Disease)
Dental Disease
Obesity and Weight Management
Diabetes
Digestive Problems
Mobility
Kidney Failure
Bladder Stones, Crystals and Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
Skin & Food Sensitivities
Thyroid Issues

In order to keep your pet in optimal health, always consult your veterinarian before changing to a prescription diet product, and make sure to have regular check ups to monitor their progress.

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