Kittens have strict requirements for healthy growth, especially in terms of energy, proteins and minerals. They have a delicate digestive system and an immature immune system. VETERINARY HPM® responds to these specific needs.
VETERINARY HPM® is a new generation of cat food designed to be closer to the nutritional needs of carnivores. This new and unique range is based on a low carbohydrate-high protein formula. So it is much lower in starch and carbohydrates, and much higher in animal protein. The result is nutrition that is perfectly adapted to your cat’s needs.
Thanks to its nutritional profile (low carbohydrate-high protein balance) and specially selected functional supplements, VETERINARY HPM® is more than just a cat food. It has a wide spectrum of health benefits to support the long-term health and well-being of your cat, the highly evolved carnivore in your own home.
To help your pet's digestive system adapt successfully to new food, we recommend that you introduce VETERINARY HPM® gradually over a period of 5 to 7 days.
For a successful dietary transition:
VETERINARY HPM® is very palatable, but we do advise that you respect the daily rations recommended by your vet or vet nurse. Our general feeding guidelines can be found on every bag, but your vet or vet nurse can provide you with a recommendation tailored specifically to your pet.
A dog should drink 50-70ml/kg of their bodyweight each day, whilst cats should consume 60ml/kg.
With VETERINARY HPM®, thanks to its higher amount of protein compared to other dry foods, your pet will naturally consume more water. So don't be surprised if they start drinking more water than usual - that's a good thing!
VETERINARY HPM® is produced in our own factory in France, more precisely in Vauvert, close to Nîmes. This site has been producing quality pet food since 1988, and thanks to a dedicated team of veterinary surgeons and pet nutritionists, we have been able to meet the very high expectations of pet owners in terms of food quality, traceability and safety for over 30 years.