Because every animal is unique, their diet must be adapted to their specific nutritional needs. It is essential to choose a food adapted to their age, size and physiological stage.
Growing, adult and senior animals have very different nutritional needs. Puppies and kittens have very high nutrient requirements for a healthy growth. Senior animals, on the other hand, may lose their appetite, sense of smell and be less active. It is important for them to adopt a food which is rich in protein and highly digestible.
30 to 40% of our pets are overweight. This can be linked to poor nutrition, sedentary lifestyle, or neutering...Excessive bodyweight can predispose to many other health issues, such as diabetes or joint issues. If your pet is overweight, speak to your vet or vet nurse, who will address any clinical issues, and adapt their diet accordingly.
Osteoarthritis, urinary stones, chronic kidney disease: nutritional management can help stabilise certain illnesses and improve quality of life. This is why our clinical diets are specially formulated with a health condition in mind and your vet can advise on the most suitable diet.