Eukanuba Cat Veterinary Diet Restricted Calorie
Eukanuba Veterinary Diet Restricted Calorie Cat food is formulated to help your cat safely reach and maintain their optimal weight, promoting entire body health and helping to restore energy and mobility.
These products use patented carbohydrates and specialized ingredients such as L-carnitine, so your pet can feel full while consuming fewer calories. The result is that she can maintain muscle mass while losing fat.
Eukanuba Restricted Calorie formulas are high-quality foods that have been specially developed to help your pet lose excess pounds safely. You can feed a reasonable amount of the formula and still control fat and calorie intake. Restricted Calorie formulas are low-calorie, low-fat diets with high-quality, animal-based proteins. This helps your pet lose fat and keep lean muscle. These protein sources also provide great taste, instead of using excessive levels of inexpensive fibre.
Eukanuba Restricted Calorie formulas also have an appropriate balance of Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids for healthy skin and coat. It also promotes good dental health with micro-crystals to help reduce tartar buildup across the whole mouth during and after meals.
In addition to being formulated to provide complete nutrition, our dry adult formulas also contain Eukanuba Daily Dental Care, which helps promote healthy teeth by slowing tartar buildup, works on the whole mouth, not just the chewing surface and is designed to work during and after meals.
Dry - Chicken meal, maize grits, maize, sorghum, dried beet pulp, fish meal, dried whole egg, chicken fat, chicken digest, potassium chloride, DL-methionine, brewer's dried yeast, sodium chloride.
Wet - Chicken, white fish, beef liver, chicken liver, rice flour, beef by-products, fish meal, dried whole egg, potassium chloride, brewer's dried yeast, taurine.
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Great product at great price. Our cat never refuses it and in combination with fresh fish and chicken has lost a lot of his excess weight slowly over the last 2-3 months.