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Specific Skin Function Support

Specific Skin Function Support
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Specific Skin Function Supports cats that suffer with skin allergies to certain environmental allergens, such as fleas and pollen. Unfortunately, sometimes allergens, especially... Read more

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Specific Skin Function Supports cats that suffer with skin allergies to certain environmental allergens, such as fleas and pollen. Unfortunately, sometimes allergens, especially environmental allergens can’t be avoided. The special nutrition in this recipe acts as a barrier from the allergens, also supporting the natural inflammatory process resulting from the allergic reaction.

Product Benefits

  • Contains multiple skin supporting nutrients
  • Uniquely high levels of Omega-3 from fish
  • Other special ingredients include: GLA from borage oil; Vitamin A, E and B complex and zinc and selenium
  • Improves barrier protection
  • High levels of Omega-3 from fish helps to support the natural anti-inflammatory process

 

Ingredients

Fish meal, maize protein, maize, wheat, rice, fish oil, pork fat, cellulose powder, animal protein hydrolysate, potato protein, maize starch, minerals (including tripotassium citrate), vitamins and trace elements (including chelated trace elements), methionine, ammonium chloride, borage oil, psyllium husk, taurine. With natural antioxidants (tocopherols, rosemary extract and vitamin C). Contains no added artificial colours or flavourings.

Feeding Guide

 
Weight in kg
 
Thin
 
Normal
Overweight
1 25 20 15
2 40 30 25
3 55 40 35
4 65 50 40
5 75 60 45
6 85 65 50
7 95 75 60
8 105 80 65
9 115 85 70
10 125 90 75
11 130 100 80
12 140 105 85

Customer reviews

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  • Very pleased. Our eldest cat is 15 and suffering with rheumatism and his movement seems more fluid again. He is also seems 'happier' to jump up and down onto things again (although still not keen, but he is 15). Our other cat is about 2 and mid-haired and her coat condition is much softer. Both
    R - September 30, 2012