• Dry food for food intolerances
  • Gluten-free recipe
  • With quail and sweet chestnut
  • 1 animal protein, 1 carbonhydrate source

Happy Cat VET Diet - Hypersensitivity

Happy Cat VET Diet Hypersensitivity is used in cases of food allergy or intolerance. The main features of this dietary food are the use of highly-digestible potatoes and the exclusive ingredients quail and sweet chestnut. The gluten-free recipe is extremely digestible and very palatable.

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1,4 kg

17,99 €

4 kg

42,99 €

*recommended retail price for Germany incl. 7% VAT

Feeding Information

Composition
sweet chestnut* (40.5%), quail protein (30%), potato protein*, sunflower oil, hydrolysed liver (<10,000 D), lignocellulose, rapeseed oil, sea salt; *) dried.
Analytical Constituents
crude protein 33.5%, crude fat 16%, crude fibre 3.0%, crude ash 5.5%, calcium 1.0%, sodium 0.6%, potassium 0.7%, magnesium 0.09%, phosphorous 0.7%, chloride 1.0%, sulphur 0.4%, omega 6 fatty acids 5.0%, omega 3 fatty acids 0.5%
Additives
Vitamins/kg: vitamin A (3a672a) 1800 I.E., vitamin D3 (E671) 900 I.E., vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopherylacetat 3a700) 100 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 5 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 6 mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, D(+) biotin (3a880) 700 mcg, calcium-d pantothenate (3a841) 12 mg, niacin (3a314) 45 mg, vitamin B12 75 mcg, L-carnitin (3a910) 500 mg, taurine (3a370) 1000 mg, Antioxidant; tocopherol-rich extracts from plant oils1b306(i). Trace elements/kg: iron (E1; iron (II) sulphate; monohydrate) 135 mg, copper (E4; copper (II) sulphate; pentahydrate) 10 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603) 105 mg, manganese (E5; manganese (II) oxide) 15 mg, iodine (calcium iodate; anhydrous 3b202) 1.5 mg, selenium (E8; sodium selenite) 0.15 mg, Amino acids/kg: DL-methionine (3c301) 5000 mg
Fütterungstabelle

Feeding Information

Ideal weight
Normal requirement for adult cat (g/24h)
2 kg 35 g
3 kg 45 g
4 kg 55 g
5 kg 63 g
6 kg 72 g
7 kg 80 g
8 kg 87 g
9 kg 94 g
10kg 101 g

Additional information:
Before starting or extending the length of feeding, we recommend that you seek the advice of a veterinarian. Provide fresh drinking water.

Recommended length of diet:
min. 3 - 8 weeks, and may be fed long-term after the intolerance symptoms decline.


Our Expert:

Rebekka Schneider

Veterinarian in the Happy Cat Service Center

Expert Advice
Dietary foods are targeted at specific needs. If you want to give your pet different foods or treats, please discuss this with your vet first as they could cancel out the positive effect of your special diet.

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