complete dietetic pet food for dogs suffering from chronic liver disease.
Prolife Hepatic wet is the complete dietary solution for dogs suffering from chronic hepatic insufficiency. The low supply of copper helps reducing its accumulation in the liver. High-quality proteins and highly digestible sugars and fats reduce the workload of liver functions and the accumulation of toxins. Vitamins E and C exercise an antioxidizing action that helps limiting oxidative damage to liver cells.
47% fresh chicken, 11% fresh pork, 6.5% rice, minerals, 0.3% linseed oil, salmon oil 0.3%, chicory inulin (source of FOS 0,02%), mannan-oligosaccharides 0,1%.
˅ Analytical constituents
75.0% moisture, 5.5% protein, 6.5% fat content, 0.2% crude fibre, 2.2% inorganic matter, 0.20% calcium, 0.15% phosphorus, 0.12% sodium, 0.23% potassium, 0.03% magnesium, 0.75 mg/kg copper, 0.15% omega-3 fatty acids, 1.05% omega-6 fatty acids.
˅ Additives (kg): Nutritional additives
3,000 IU vitamin A, 40 mg vitamin C, 200 IU vitamin D3, 30 IU vitamin E (3a700), 13 mg vitamin B1, 6 mg vitamin B2, 3 mcg vitamin B6 (3a831), 75 mg vitamin B12, 17 mg niacin (3a314), 12 mg calcium D-pantothenate, 0.60 folic acid (3a316), 300 mcg biotin, 700 mg choline chloride (3a890), 15 mg zinc sulfate monohydrate, 3 mg manganous sulphate monohydrate, 0.75 mg calcium iodate, anhydrous.
Low supply of copper - Helps reducing its accumulation in the liver
Antioxidant system (Vitamins E and C) - Helps limiting oxidative damage to the liver cells
Moderate high-quality protein supply - Reduces the workload of liver functions and the accumulation of toxins
510 MJ/kg ME (121 kcal ME/kg) average value
5.1 MJ/kg ME (1210 kcal ME/kg) per kilogram dry matter
˅ Recommended daily ration
|dog weight||Daily ration
(to be divided into at least 2 meals)
|2-5 kg||210 - 410 g|
|5-10 kg||410 - 685 g|
|10-20 kg||685 - 1140 g|
|20-30 kg||1140 - 1520 g|
|30-40 kg||1520 - 1890 g|
|40-60 kg||1890 - 2000 g|
Recommended period of use: Initially up to 6 months. It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use. Water should be available at will. The amounts shown in the table represent the directions and can be adjusted depending on the dog and its pathology.