Helping cats and dogs live their healthiest lives.
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Weight support for dogs

Precise, veterinarian-recommended nutrition to help support a healthy weight in dogs.   
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Weight management for dogs

Just a few extra pounds can have a dramatic effect on your dog's quality of life and overall health. Your veterinarian may recommend a diet with high protein and high fibre to help support satiety and healthy weight loss and keep your dog feeling satisfied. 

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Transitioning your dog 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 dog to a new formula, we suggest slowly mixing the new food in with the existing food in gradually increasing amounts.

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A healthy weight starts with healthy habits

A healthy weight is key to your dog's general health and wellbeing. Here are four simple ways to maintain that healthy weight and keep your dog in good shape.

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A lifetime of health

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

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