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Dog Food

About Our Veterinary Diet Dog Food

Feeding your canine companion a balanced diet can help them thrive while avoiding chronic health issues, but it’s easy for pet owners to get overwhelmed by today’s dog food choices.

Luckily, veterinary diet foods can help narrow those choices down to better suit your dog’s unique nutritional needs. Nutritionists, researchers, and veterinarians have collaborated to produce the science behind each formula that provides targeted nutrition your pup needs.

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets dog food offers a collection of veterinary diet formulas that can target specific dietary needs while providing optimal nutrition. Whether your dog has food sensitivities or needs help in weight management, you’ll find a variety of options to best suit them.

HA Hydrolyzed dog food contain hydrolyzed proteins that are broken down to reduce the risk of adverse food reactions, making it an ideal formula for dogs with food intolerances. Purina’s EN Gastroenteric dog food is both highly digestible and energy dense for optimal nutrient absorption for dogs with GI conditions.

BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet dog food offers a natural alternative in nutritional therapy with unique formulas that are enhanced with vitamins and minerals. Ideal for dogs with food allergies, NP Novel Protein dog food contains alligator as a single protein source that helps manage both skin and GI conditions in a delicious and therapeutic way.

BLUE’s weight management formulas can help your dog lose weight while targeting their unique needs. W+U Weight Management + Urinary Care uses controlled mineral levels to support urinary health, while W+M Weight Management + Mobility Support combines EPA, Glucosamine and Chondroitin to support healthy joints. These weight management dog food formulas contain ideal levels of fat, calories and fiber to help your dog feel fuller while maintaining a lean body.

When you choose veterinary diet food for your dog, you contribute to their well-being with the help of veterinary science.


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