They say “you are what you eat” and this not only applies to us but also our pets. Providing good nutrition allows our pets to grow happy and healthily. In particular with the sick pet it is imperative that the diet is nutritionally balanced to meet their needs.
These diets are available in various sizes and in both wet and dry form. These foods have been tried and tested and are scientifically proven to be effective against many diseases such as liver/kidney disease, urinary tract disease, skin problems, sensitive tummies, weight problems, hormonal imbalances and pancreatitis. Clinical diets are started after a diagnosis or on recommendation from the veterinary surgeon.