Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Canine HP Hepatic Dry Food 3kg

£29.69 £9.90 per kg
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PURINA PROPLAN VETERINARY DIETS Canine HP Hepatic is a complete veterinary diet for support of liver function in dogs of all ages, including puppies over 14 weeks, with liver insufficiency. PPVD HP contains moderate levels of high quality protein, high levels of essential fatty acids and highly digestible carbohydrates. It also has restricted copper levels to help reduce copper build-up in the liver.

Key Benefits

  • Selected protein sources to help reduce the build up of toxins and maintain liver function
  • Low copper to reduce copper accumulation in the liver
  • High energy content to help maintain a positive energy balance


Maize1, 2, Dried Egg1, Soya Meal1, Dried Beet Pulp1, Animal Fat, Digest1, Minerals, Coconut Oil, Dried Chicory Root, Fish Oil, 1 Protein Sources, 2 Highly Digestible Carbohydrate Sources


Typical ValuesAnalytical Constituents
Fat content:18.0%
Crude ash:6.0%
Crude fibres:3.5 %
Sodium :0.21%
Total Copper:4.9mg/kg
Linoleic acid:2.0%
Arachidonic acid:0.18%
Alpha linolenic:0.16%
Energy value:3.81kcal/g
Nutritional AdditivesIU/kg:
Vitamin A:720
Vitamin D3:1 330
Vitamin E:540
Vitamin C:140
Calcium iodate anhydrous:5.0
Manganous sulphate monohydrate:28
Zinc sulphate monohydrate:655
Sodium selenite:0.71


Feeding guide: see table.
Suitable for puppies from 4 months old. For adult dogs over 70kg: for each additional 5kg of body weight, feed an additional 20g of dry pet food. The recommended period of use is initially up to 6 months. It is recommended that advice from a veterinarian be sought before use and before extending the period of use.
Water should always be available.

Safety Advice

Please note that all indications for PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS mentioned in this leaflet/brochure/page are for the dietary support of cats and dogs with the listed conditions and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The veterinary diets should be used under veterinary supervision