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Sometimes problem skin is more than a skin problem

Understand the underlying condition making your cat's skin itch.

Whatever the problem, nutrition plays a key role

Once the diagnosis is confirmed, your veterinarian will establish the treatment protocol including medical and nutritional recommendations tailored to your cat’s specific needs.

Combinations of essential fatty acids supports the skin’s natural strength and help reduce the signs of skin complaints.

For cases of a suspected nutrient intolerance, hydrolysed diets minimise the exposure of your cat to potentially allergenic proteins. Thanks to their small molecular size, the immune system does not recognise these very small proteins as a threat and so no allergic reaction is triggered.


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What are the causes of skin problems?

Itching, scratching and biting are the first signs you may see and they are often only an indication of what’s going on beneath your cat’s coat.
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