Veterinary Diets Available only from your vet Monoprotein

  • Breed: Small, Medium, Large
  • Preferred Protein: Chicken

Intended use: support of liver function in the case of chronic liver insufficiency

Contraindications: Pancreatitis, Hyperlipidaemia, pregnant or lactating bitches, puppies

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Description

Intended use: support of liver function in the case of chronic liver insufficiency

Contraindications: Pancreatitis, Hyperlipidaemia, pregnant or lactating bitches, puppies

  • chicken / rice based diet with reduced protein
  • with silymarin, Yucca schidigera, prebiotics (FOS, MOS) and L-carnitine

Packaging: 400 g

Composition

Composition: Chicken meat, Rice, Apple, Salmon oil, Milk thistle seeds, Yucca shidigera, FOS, MOS, Calcium carbonate, Sodium chloride

Analytical constituents: crude protein 5,5 %, crude fat 7 %, crude ash 2,3 %, crude fiber 0,5 %, moisture 75 %, calcium 0,25 %, phosphorus 0,2 %, sodium 0,15 %, sugars as NFE 6,98 %, copper 0,1 %, omega 3 0,3 %, omega 6 1,05 %

Metabolizable Energy value 115 kcal/100g – 482 kJ/100g

Nutritional additives per 1 kg: vitamin D3 200 I.E., vitamin E 30 mg, zinc (zinc chelate of glycine, hydrate) 27 mg, manganese (manganous sulphate, monohydrate) 3 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous) 0.75 mg, taurine 750 mg, L-carnitine 1 000 mg

Suggested feeding quantity

Daily dose:

Dog weight in kg

Recommended daily portion in grams

2,5 - 5kg

161 - 350g

7,5 - 10kg

371 - 625g

20 - 30kg

768 - 1350g

40 - 50kg

1320 - 1930g

60 - 80kg

1900 - 2970g

Feeding instructions

Feeding guide: It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use.  It is necessary to provide regular clinical examinations and the weight control. Recommended daily amount should be divided into smaller portions offered several times during the day. Water should be available at all times.

The period of feeding: should be decided by veterinarian and should be initially up to 6 months.

Veterinary Diets

Calibra veterinary diets help resolve some of the most common health issues in dogs and cats. The recipes include more than just dry food. For those pets who have physiological issues regarding digestibility and whose biggest problem is consuming food in granule form, we also offer an alternative in the form of canned food.

The canned food line is conceptually based on the same philosophy as that of the dry foods, and the canned and dry foods can be freely interchanged. What makes Calibra veterinary diets effective is their emphasis on respecting the most recent independent studies as well as the use of the highest quality ingredients.

Calibra veterinary diets address health issues in pets relating to the liver, skin and coat, the stomach and intestines, the urinary tract, diabetes and obesity, the kidneys and heart, as well as joints and overall regeneration.