Happy Cat VET Diet Hepatic nutritional support for liver disease 1.4Kg

Hepatic Vet-recommended special diet Happy Cat VET Hepatic can significantly help to support and relieve stress on the liver in cats with chronic liver disease. A moderate amount of high-quality proteins with a high energy content effectively reduces the burden caused by harmful metabolic products. The ingredients are carefully selected...
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Hepatic

Vet-recommended special diet

Happy Cat VET Hepatic can significantly help to support and relieve stress on the liver in cats with chronic liver disease. A moderate amount of high-quality proteins with a high energy content effectively reduces the burden caused by harmful metabolic products. The ingredients are carefully selected and particularly easy to digest. This balanced recipe with milk thistle guarantees an optimum supply of nutrients. The vitamin and trace element contents are matched to the special needs of cats with impaired liver function.

Happy Cat VET Hepatic can be used for the following indications: for liver disease, hepatic encephalopathies and portosystemic shunt. The protein and copper content is moderate. High protein digestibility helps to support protein metabolism. The amino acid profile of this complete food is specially optimised for pets with liver disease. The diet helps to bind ammonia in the gut, supports the intestinal flora and gut integrity and provides antioxidant protection. Happy Cat VET Hepatic thus supports the liver function in cats with liver disorders.

Only available on veterinary advice.

This food is not recommended for young animals up to 6 months, pregnant or lactating cats or pets with hyperlipidaemia or hepatic lipidosis.

Supplementary notes:

* We recommend that you speak to your vet before you start or extend the length of feeding a diet food.
* For best effect, feed the diet food exclusively. Discuss any supplementary nutrition needs with your vet.
* Recommended length of diet: Initially up to 6 months
* Offer several small meals per day unless otherwise recommended by your vet.
* The amount of food should be adapted to suit the individual pet’s metabolism, so it may be necessary to reduce or increase the quantity to a certain extent.
* Make sure that fresh water is available at all times.

SENSITIVE DIGESTION

 

  • Nutritional support for liver disease
  • Reduced protein content
  • Highly digestible
  • Reduced copper and sodium content

Composition

Rice flour, potato flakes, meat meal, barley, potato protein*, maize flour, poultry protein**, poultry fat, beef fat, meat meal, beet pulp* (desugared), salt-water fish meal, sunflower oil, linseed, cellulose, dried whole egg, milk thistle seeds (0.25%), chicory root* (0.2%); *) dried, **) dried; partially hydrolysed

Analytical Constituents

Crude protein 28.5%, crude fat 18.0%, crude fibre 3.0%, crude ash 5.5%, calcium 1.0%, sodium 0.2%, potassium 0.6%, magnesium 0.08%, phosphorus 0.75%, chloride 0.4%, sulphur 0.55%, omega 6 fatty acids 7.5%, omega 3 fatty acids 0.8%, copper (total): 3.5 mg/kg

Additives

Vitamins / kg: Vitamin A (3a672a) 20000 I.E., vitamin D3 (3a671) 1200 I.E., vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 120 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 15 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 20 mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 5 mg, biotin (3a880) 1250 mcg, calcium-d-pantothenate (3a841) 50 mg, niacin (3a314) 125 mg, vitamin B12 100 mcg, vitamin C (sodium calcium ascorbyl phosphate 3a312) 50 mg, L-carnitine (3a910) 1000 mg, taurine (3a370) 4300 mg, antioxidant; tocopherol-rich extracts from plant oils 1b306(i). Trace elements / kg: Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids; hydrate 3b606) 130 mg, manganese (manganese(II) oxide 3b502) 10 mg, selenium (E8; sodium selenite) 0.1 mg, amino acids / kg: DL methionine (3c301) 4300 mg

 

 

 

 


 

Feeding Table

Feeding Information

Ideal weight of adult cat in kg
Normal requirement

2 kg

38 g

3 kg

50 g

4 kg

60 g

5 kg

70 g

6 kg

80 g

7 kg

90 g

8 kg

100 g



Initially up to 6 months. Offer several small meals per day unless otherwise recommended by your vet.

We recommend that you speak to your vet before you start or extend the length of feeding a diet food. For best effect, feed the diet food exclusively. Discuss any supplementary nutrition needs with your vet. The amount of food should be adapted to suit the individual pet’s metabolism, so it may be necessary to reduce or increase the quantity to a certain extent. Make sure that fresh water is available at all times.

 

 

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