Royal Canin GI Low Fat Liquid Adult Wet Dog Food 3x200ml

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Warning:

Not recommended in case of: Growth, gestation and lactation.

Royal Canin GI Low Fat Liquid Adult Wet Dog Food is recommended for tube-feeding is cases of: Diarrhoea; Acute and chronic pancreatitis*; Hyperlipidemia; Lymphangiectasia, exsudative enteropathy; Delayed gastric emptying; Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI)**;Gastritis, oesophagitis.

*In case of associated diabetes mellitus, insulin adjustments may be required (due to quickly assimilable carbohydrates content).

**In cases of EPI, Gastrointestinal High Energy is our first dietary recommendation.

Key benefits:

  • Formulated with low fat levels to help support dogs requiring fat restriction
  • High energy density that provides daily energy requirements in a reduced feeding volume
  • Complete and balanced liquid diet to support nutritional restoration and convalescence of dogs requiring assisted enteral nutrition
  • The synergistic antioxidant complex (including high levels of Vit E, Vit C, taurine & lutein) helps neutralise free radicals
  • Liquid formula with adapted viscosity for an easy use whatever the tube size.

Ingredients: Milk low lactose*, maltodextrin*, calcium caseinate*, vegetable oils*, soya protein concentrate*, minerals, fish oil*, mono&diglyceride of fatty acids, marigold extract (source of lutein). *Highly digestible ingredients.

Nutritional information: Crude ash: 1.2%. Crude fibre: 0%. Crude oil fats: 2%. Moisture: 81.35%. Protein: 9%.

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£29.35
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Royal Canin GI Low Fat Liquid Adult Wet Dog Food is recommended for tube-feeding is cases of: Diarrhoea; Acute and chronic pancreatitis; Hyperlipidemia; Lymphangiectasia, exsudative enteropathy; Delayed gastric emptying; Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI);Gastritis, oesophagitis.