Premier Clinical Nutrition – a prescription diet for medium and large-sized dogs’ gastrointestinal health is used as an adjunctive nutritional therapy for the dietary management of gastrointestinal upsets in puppies and adult dogs.
In addition to the treatment prescribed by the vet, some dietary management can be beneficial for patients suffering from gastrointestinal disorders.
This diet aims to: (a) promote easier digestion, (b) assist in intestinal health through the unique combination of prebiotics and fibers, and (c) be rich in B vitamins for an appropriate nutrient replacement.
This pet food must be used under prescription at the veterinarian’s discretion. The length of time in which this pet food should be offered depends on the duration of the symptoms, but it can be given continuously throughout the life of the animal.
Through the combination of highly digestible ingredients for better nutrient absorption.
Helps in intestinal health.
Provide an adequate nutrient replacement.
The introduction of any new food must be gradual and progressive. For the digestive system to adapt perfectly, use the following program:
|1st Day||2nd Day||3rd Day||4th Day||5th Day||6th Day||7th Day||8th Day||9th Day||10th Day|
|PremieR Clinical Nutrition||10%||20%||30%||40%||50%||60%||70%||80%||90%||100%|
Chicken protein hydrolyzate, soy protein isolate, pork protein isolate, rice grits*, beet pulp, cellulose, chicken fat, refined fish oil, antioxidants BHA and BHT**, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, DL-methionine, chicken and pork liver hydrolyzate, sugarcane dried yeast, prebiotic additives (1%) (mannanoligosaccharides, fructooligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides), dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, propionic acid, bentonite, taurine, vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D3, vitamin E, vitamin K3, folic acid, pantothenic acid, biotin, choline chloride, niacin, pyridoxine, riboflavin, thiamine, iron amino acid chelate, potassium iodide, manganese amino acid chelate, selenium-methionine, copper sulfate, iron sulfate, manganese sulfate, zinc sulfate, zinc amino acid chelate, and copper amino acid chelate.
* Rice grits are broken (by accident or on purpose) rice grains.
** Butylated hydroxyanisole and butylated hydroxytoluene, respectively.
|Total Dietary Fiber||(máx.)||80||g/kg||20,00||g|
|Omega-6 fatty acid||(mín.)||25||g/kg||6,25||g|
|Omega-3 fatty acid (EPA+DHA)||(mín.)||3.000||mg/kg||750||mg|
For further orientation on the amount to be offered to your pet, consult a veterinarian.
All foods will feed animals, but not all help to maintain health, quality of life and beauty because they don’t have the same properties. What changes in these categories?
|Origin||The 70's decade||The 80's decade||The 90's decade (PremieRpet® was the Pioneer producing in Brazil)|
|Minimal||More complete and balanced formulas with nutritional levels above the recommended minimum||More complete, concentrated formulas with optimal nutritional levels|
|Ingredients||Low cost and low quality ingredients||Good quality nutritional raw materials||Maximum quality raw materials and special ingredients that promote extra health benefits|
|Consumption, absorption and volume of stools||High consumption, low absorption and poorly-formed stools in large amounts||Intermediate consumption, good absorption and smaller, firm, easy-to-pick up stools||Smaller consumption between the categories, maximum absorption and smaller, firm, easy-to-pick up stools|
|Focus||Low cost||Cost-benefit||Promotes health, longevity and quality of life|