Exclusion - Veterinary Diet Canine - Intestinal Dog - Medium / Large - pork and rice

SKU: 10092336

Exclusion Diet Intestinal Medium&Large Breed is a complete dietetic food for adult dogs formulated for the reduction of acute intestinal absorption disorders and compensation of indigestion. This complete diet food has an increased level of electrolytes, highly digestible ingredients and low fat concentrations.

Formulated with a single animal protein source to minimize the risk of food intolerances and dehydrated ingredients for a greater supply of nutrients.

want: pork and rice.
Available in sizes:
from 2kg and 12kg.

Indications: adult dogs with gastrointestinal inflammatory diseases, poor digestion and poor absorption.

COMPOSITION: rice (51%), dehydrated pork (25%), pork fat, dried chicory pulp, dehydrated alfalfa, mono-calcium phosphate, brewer's yeast (3%), potassium chloride, pea fiber, linseed, chloride sodium, mannanoligosaccharides (0.3%), fructoligosaccharides (0.2%), psyllium integument and seeds, β-1.3 / 1.6 glucans from yeast cell wall Saccharomyces cerevisiae (0.07%).

NUTRITIONAL ADDITIVES: Vit. A 15.000 U.I., Vit. D3 900 U.I., Vit. E 300 mg, Vit. C 50 mg, Vit. B1 14 mg, Vit. B2 17 mg, Vit. B3 54 mg, Vit. B5 68 mg, Vit. B6 10 mg, Vit. B12 0,14 mg, Vit. H 1,2 mg, beta carotene 5 mg, betaina 1.400 mg, ac. folic 2,4 mg, zinc oxide (zinc 128 mg), ferrous carbonate (iron 98 mg), manganous oxide (manganese 55 mg), cupric sulphate pentahydrate (copper 20 mg), potassium iodide (iodine 3 mg), selenite sodium (selenium 0.4 mg).

Antioxidants:  tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 40 mg.

23% crude protein
12% crude fat
6.5% crude ash
2.1% crude fibers
8% humidity
0.9% calcium
0.8% potassium
0.75% phosphorus
0.42% sodium

Instructions for Use: it is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use and before extending the period of use. Administer the quantities indicated in the table based on the weight of the dog, as the only food source.

Recommended period of use: 1-2 weeks during acute diarrhea and subsequent convalescence periods; 3-12 weeks to compensate for indigestion, but for life in case of chronic pancreatic insufficiency.