PURINA® PROPLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Feline EN St/Ox Gastrointestinal is a highly palatable complete veterinary diet to help manage gastrointestinal conditions in cats of all ages, including kittens. Intestinal disorders are frequently associated with poor digestion, which may worsen symptoms, so PPVD EN contains selected highly digestible ingredients to help reduce the workload on the compromised gut and to minimise the amount of nutrients that are not absorbed and remain in the gut. It also contains a limited number of protein sources to help minimise any food reactions. PPVD Feline EN contains prebiotics and omega-3 fatty acids to help promote a healthy intestinal environment.
Limited number of protein sources to help minimise adverse gastrointestinal reactions.
With St/Ox to help support urinary health in cats which may be susceptible to urinary conditions.
Easy-to-digest ingredients to help reduce the workload of the compromised gut, Added prebiotic (inulin) to help improve intestinal health
Meat and Animal Derivatives, Cereals, Minerals, Oil and Fats, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Highly Digestible Ingredients: Liver, Turkey, Kidney, Rice Flour, Fish Oil
Moisture: 77.0% Protein: 10.5% Fat content: 6.5% Crude ash: 2.2% Crude fibres: 0.7% Sodium: 0.14% Potassium: 0.37%
Energy value : 1.03kcal/g
Nutritional Additives IU/kg:
Vit A: 1 300
Vit D3: 180
Weight of cat (kg): 2, cans/day: 2/3
Weight of cat (kg): 4, cans/day: 1 1/4
Weight of cat (kg): 6, cans/day: 1 3/4
Daily feeding guide: see table.
Use Feline EN for 1 to 2 weeks during periods of recovery from acute diarrhoea and /or until recovery is complete. In order to optimise digestive function the daily intake should be divided into several small meals. It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use. Water should always be available.
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