VET EXPERT veterinary diets

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VET EXPERT Veterinary diets are formulated in cooperation with veterinarians and nutrition specialists. They are specifically formulated to meet the unique nutritional needs of pets with various health conditions. They undergo rigorous testing and quality control processes to ensure that they meet the highest standards of nutrition and safety.


VET EXPERT Veterinary diets are formulated to provide the right balance of essential nutrients, including proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals, while considering the specific health condition and individual requirements of each pet. This customization ensures that pets receive optimal nutrition to support their overall health and well-being.

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Veterinary diets play a crucial role in managing various health conditions in pets. Whether it’s obesity, kidney failure, urinary tract issues, food allergies, or gastrointestinal disorders, VET EXPERT specialized diets are developed to support the treatment and management of these conditions.

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Chronic renal insufficiency

Kidney problems in cats can encompass various conditions, ranging from acute issues to chronic diseases. The kidneys play a crucial role in filtering waste products and maintaining a cat’s overall health. The right diet can help slow the progression of the disease and alleviate some of the symptoms associated with kidney dysfunction.

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Lower urinary tract diseases

One of the most common issues in the lower urinary tract in cats is the occurrence of urinary stones. They can form in both the bladder and the urethra, causing pain, difficulty urinating and other symptoms. The right diet can support dissolution of struvite stones and improve the cat’s quality of life.

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Gastrointestinal tract diseases

Gastrointestinal diseases are the most commonly diagnosed problems in animals, regardless of their age. They occur with symptoms of reduced, variable or complete lack of appetite, vomiting and diarrhoea. They may have the form of acute digestive disorders or chronic, recurrent gastrointestinal problems. A proper diet is the basis for digestive tract support.

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Chronic liver insufficiency

The liver plays a vital role in a variety of metabolic processes, including detoxification, digestion, and nutrient storage. Because of this, disorders of its function have serious consequences for the health of the entire body. A well-planned diet can help minimize symptoms, and improve the cat’s quality of life.

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Adverse food reactions / elimination diet / skin support

Excessive hair loss and dermatoses are common problems in cats. They are accompanied by persistent itching,
dandruff, dry and dull coat what can significantly affect a cat’s quality of life. A proper diet can help minimize
symptoms and enhance the animal’s well-being.

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Weight management / Overweight/ Obesity

Obesity is growing problem in cats. Overweight and obese cats are at increased risk of various health problems that can significantly affect their well-being. Choose an appropriate diet for your pet to support effective weight loss and weight reduction monitoring.

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