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Advance Veterinary Diets Leishmaniasis Dog Food

Advance Veterinary Diets Leishmaniasis Dog Food
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If your dog suffers with leishmaniasis, Advance Veterinary Diets Leishmaniasis Dog Food can manage their symptoms, boosting kidney health and helping to fight off infections. What it’s for... Read more

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If your dog suffers with leishmaniasis, Advance Veterinary Diets Leishmaniasis Dog Food can manage their symptoms, boosting kidney health and helping to fight off infections.

What it’s for

This food has been specially designed to combat the unpleasant symptoms of the parasite infection, leishmaniasis. It should be used in conjunction with treatment prescribed by your vet for the best possible results. It’s recommended that you keep your dog’s environment stress-free while you tackle their symptoms, and make sure that they eat well and often.

Keep a close eye on your pet if they start to suffer from a skin flare-up or digestive issues, as you want to keep them as comfortable as possible. If you’re concerned, contact your vet right away.

Key benefits

  • Specially designed for dogs with leishmaniasis
  • High protein content supports kidney function
  • Omega-3 and -6 ease skin inflammation
  • Extra vitamin C improves natural defences
  • Boosts blood cell immunity to avoid illnesses

How it works

This dry food is specially formulated to help dogs with leishmaniasis combat their symptoms. Packed full of proteins for energy, it supports your dog’s muscles and immune system. Essential fatty acids omega-3 and -6 reduce inflammation, helping damaged skin to recover quickly, while vitamin C supports healthy eyesight. It boosts kidney function and cell immunity against further infections, as well as preventing xanthine stones from forming in the urinary tract, which is a possible side effect of treatment.

Made with plenty of fibre, it’s easy to digest, so it doesn’t trigger dogs with gastrointestinal disorders. When transitioning from one brand of food to another, introduce it gradually to avoid an upset tummy and make sure your pet always has fresh drinking water available.

 

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Ingredients

Composition:

Rice, wheat flour, wheat maize ,dehydrated egg, animal fat, soya flour, maize gluten flour, hydrolyzed soya protein, hydrolyzed animal proteins, beetroot pulp, serum coconut oil, calcium carbonate, plasma proteins, fish oil, sodium caseinate, monocalcium phosphate, potassium chloride, maize flour.

Nutritional additives:

Vitamin A 18000 - 19565, Vitamin D3 1400 - 1522, Vitamin E 900 - 978, Vitamin C 250 - 272, Vitamin B1 Thiamine (ppm) 52 - 57, Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (ppm) 25 - 27, Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (ppm) 15 - 16, Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (ppb) 83 - 90, Niacin (ppm) 195 - 212, Pantothenic Acid (ppm) 50 - 54, Folic Acid (ppm) 6.5 - 7.1, Biotin (ppm) 0.36 - 0.4, Choline (ppm) 2100 - 2283, Iron (ppm) 300 - 326, Manganese (ppm) 71 - 77, Iodine (ppm) 2.1 - 2.3, Copper (ppm) 19 - 20.7, Zinc (ppm) 223 - 242, Selenium (ppm) 0.45 - 0.5, Arginine (%) 1.4 - 1.5, Linoleic Acid (%) 2.2 - 2.4, Total Omega 6 2.2 - 2.4, Total Omega 3 0.32 - 0.3, Omega 6: Omega 3 6.8 - 7.4, Metabolizable energy (kcal/kg) 3780.

Analytical constituents: 

Protein 24%, Fat content 16%, Gross cellulose2 2%, Inorganic matter 6%, Humidity 9%, Calcium 0.8%, Phosphorus 0.6%, Sodium 0.25%, Potassium 0.82%, Magnesium 0.11%, Chloride 0.6%.

Feeding Guide

Recommended quantity/day:

 

Breed

Body weight

Ideal weight

Weight below the ideal

Small breeds

5-10 kg

75-125 g

90-150 g

Medium breeds

15-20 kg

160-200 g

190-240 g

 -

20-25 kg

230-265 g

275-320 g

Large breeds

30-40 kg

295-320 g

355-385 g

Giant breeds

45-50 kg

350-375 g

785-515 g

-

55-60 kg

405-430 g

485-515 g

-

65-70 kg

455-475 g

545-570 g

 

Always make sure your furry friend has access to plenty of water.

Customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 6  Reviews

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  • great product and Medicanimal is a great company to buy from
    I have used this food for my boxer dog since she was first diagagnosed with Leish 3 years ago I am convinced it is helping to keep any symtons and flare up at bay an excellent product
    Jan Eddleston - December 11, 2017
  • My dog loves this!
    Phoebe is a Greek rescue with leish. I was searching the net for low purine food, when I found the Medicanimal website, with the diet food I needed for her. The free delivery was speedy, and the loyalty credit makes such a difference to the price, and well worth ordering again. Phoebe absolutely loves this food, she was actually drooling when I opened it on arrival. To stop her getting bored I mix it with a raw egg, or a little zero fat Greek yoghurt; which helps the tablets for leish go down nicely, or white fish. I also love the zip close bag, which keeps the food fresh. An all round winner for us.
    Kathy - October 22, 2017
  • Calypso is thriving on this
    Calypso has Leish and I put him on this food after his course of Milteforan this summer in order to give him the best possible chance of doing well. The Milteforan brought his bloods back to normal and I am sure that the Advanced diet is helping maintain his health. It seems to be very palatable and keeps moist in the zip-up bag. I mix it for variety with a bit of coconut oil or raw egg or even a big of Chappie the lowest protein meat, I think and 6 months on Calypso's coat is growing back well and his energy levels are back up. The food is expensive but MedicAnimal have regular promotions so it's usually possible to get a discount. Plus the loyalty reward scheme is helpful too. I suspect I feed a few grams more than the recommended amount of kibble, but Calypso had lost weight and needed to build back up to his 44kg. Personally, I am very grateful to have a ready-made Leish food that can do all the purine-counting for me and which Calypso seems to be thriving on.
    Karen McDermott - December 19, 2016