PremieR Clinical Nutrition Hypoallergenic Dogs is indicated as an adjuvant in treatment of food hypersensitivity and intolerance to certain ingredients.
In cases of food hypersensitivity or intolerance, diet must be replaced with a food with lower allergenic potential to reduce the chances of clinical manifestations.
This food must be used under professional guidance for at least 3 to 8 weeks and may be fed continuously if resolution of intolerance and/or hypersensitivity signs is achieved.
Restricted use of proteins to reduce the chances of adverse reactions to foods.
High levels of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and zinc for optimal skin integrity.
Combination of highly digestible ingredients.
2kg / 10,1kg
Any new food should be gradually and progressively introduced. The following program may be suggested for ideal digestive system adaptation:
|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%|
Follow your vet’s instructions or use the table below. Split daily recommended amount into 2 or more meals for optimal results.
Informative table: Your dog’s body weight and condition should be regularly monitored; clean, fresh water should be freely available at all times. Your dog’s energy needs may vary according to size, breed, gender, behavior, lifestyle and stage of life.
|Dog Size||Weight (Kg)||Intake (g/day)|
|Small||2 a 4 kg||42 a 70 g|
|5 a 9 kg||83 a 119 g|
|Medium||10 a 14 kg||139 a 179 g|
|15 a 20 kg||189 a 235 g|
|Big||21 a 30 kg||243 a 318 g|
|31 a 40 kg||326 a 394 g|
|41 a 50 kg||402 a 466 g|
|Giant||51 a 60 kg||473 a 535 g|
|61 a 70 kg||541 a 600 g|
|71 a 80 kg||607 a 663 g|
Lamb meat and bone meal, broken rice, beet pulp, chicken fat, refined fish oil, BHA and BHT antioxidants, propionic acid, bentonite, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, DL-methionine, hydrolyzed chicken and pork liver, fructooligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides, soy lecithin, autolyzed sugar cane yeast, L-lysine, yeast cell wall (mannan oligosaccharides), 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, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, zinc amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate.Guaranteed Analysis
|Metabolizable Energy||3,831||Kcal/g||Nutrients/100 kcal|
|Omega 3 (EPA+DHA)||(Min.)||4,000||mg/kg||1,044||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|