Gastrointestinal health issues in cats

Precise, veterinarian-recommended nutrition for cats with gastrointestinal needs. 
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Introducing digestive support for your growing pets

An expanded GI range now includes puppy and kitten diets.
The first and only gastrointestinal formulas designed specifically for puppies and kittens feature adapted nutrient levels to help them thrive. These high-energy formulas are available in both dry and wet formats. Easily rehydratable kibble facilitates food intake, while our adapted wet recipe helps young pets transition from milk to solid food.

These gastrointestinal formulas include Beta-Glucans which are key dietary components to help support your pet’s immunity before and after vaccinations.

Transitioning your cat to a new food

We recommend at least a seven-day transition when starting a new diet.

Dogs and especially cats may reject a new food if it is not introduced slowly by transitioning over a period of 7 – 10 days. To effectively transition your cat to a new formula, we suggest slowly mixing the new food in with the existing food in gradually increasing amounts.

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Get them back to their best

Messes in the litter box? Digestive issues can leave your cat uncomfortable.

When your cat is dealing with digestive upset, homemade diets including chicken and rice do not have the nutrients that are needed to get your cat on the road to recovery. 

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Health advice for your cat

Get advice and information on how to provide the best care for your cat at every stage of life.

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