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VetUK Veterinary Diet Canine Obesity and Diabetic Health 2kg

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Manufacturer: VetUK

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VetUK Veterinary Diet Canine Obesity and Diabetic Health is a complete dietary food for dogs to reduce excessive body weight and regulate the supply of glucose.

Formulated with a high fibre content and a low calorie composition, the food reduces your dog's feeling of hunger while leaving them satisfied and full of energy.

The food also slows the uptake of carbohydrates into your dog's system, ensuring a gradual supply of glucose after each meal.

VetUK Veterinary Diet Obesity and Diabetic Health should be gradually mixed in with your dog's current food in increasing amounts and should be used until the desired body weight is reached. For diabetic dogs, the food should be distributed over 3 to 5 portions a day to minimise blood glucose fluctuations.

After this period, the food can be used for life as a complete dietary food.

Feeding Guide:

Weight (kg)
15-30% Overweight
Grams Per Day
>30% Overweight
Grams Per Day
Min Max Min Max
5 80 100 100 120
10 135 165 165 200
20 225 275 275 335
30 305 370 365 450
40 375 455 455 555
50 440 540 535 655
60 505 620 610 745

Dehydrated Poultry Protein, Beet Pulp, Corn, Corn Gluten, Wheat, Wheat Gluten, Yeast, Cellulose, Poultry Liver (Hydrolysate), Fish Meal, Poultry Fat, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride

Nutritional Information:
Protein 32%, Fat Content 5.8%, Crude Fibre 8.5%, Inorganic Matter 6.5, Calcium (Ca) 1.2%, Phosphorus (P) 0.8%, Potassium (K) 0.5%, Sodium (Na) 0.2%, Total Sugars 2.5%, Starch 23.5%. Energy Value (ME): 12.5mJ/kg

Not suitable for:
Puppies. Should be used as part of a complete weight management programme along with increased levels of exercise.

Reviews (9)

Overall rating: (4.8 of 5)

5 stars: (7)
4 stars: (2)
3 stars: (0)
2 stars: (0)
1 stars: (0)
Tracey Elliott
January 2022

My 10 year old doggo has been on this food for 3 months following hospitalisation for pancreatitis and a simultaneous diabetes diagnosis. She was always a very fussy eater and would never eat plain dry kibble or tinned dog food. We always had to top her kibble with some kind of 'human' food so she would eat it. However that had to change since her illness and I searched high and low for VERY low fat food that she would eat. She refused all well known expensive brands but loved this food from day 1. She looks forward to her meals and the low fat kibble has kept her pancreatitis at bay (touch wood🤞🏻) and her diabetes fairly stable. She is full of life and her coat is shiney. I would highly recommend giving this a try, even for the fussiest of eaters.

Heather Rudden
November 2021

Excellent both dogs are enjoying this food and slowly losing weight

Rika Crisp
May 2019

Excellent product, worked wonders for our overweight 12 year old Lab. He had been on Hills prescription weight reducing food which didn’t seem to have much effect on his weight and was costing a fortune. Tried this and it’s amazing the difference it’s made. An added bonus is it’s virtually half the price and Harry loves it.

Beverley Buckley
August 2017

5 star excellent alternative to known brands suitable for diabetic dogs as well as weight regulation

Andrew Wenham
February 2017

Used this as an alternative to a leading brand. Weened him off other by mixing for the last week. He eats it anyway probably because he is a Labrador scavenger. Yet to see any weight loss, but I didn't with other. He "maintains". My only criticism id that the bag is not resealable...

Janice Sayer
November 2015

I've got a medium-large size incredible lazy dog who is a couple of kilos overweight. It's been really difficult to shift this and we've been trying for over a year now - he loses half a kilo and then puts it on again. He gets such a small amount of food that I didn't want to cut down any further, and I've tried going to one meal a day but he was really unhappy with this. My vet recommended the Royal Canin Satiety but it seems really overpriced so I thought I'd give this a try. I've replaced his morning meal with this (he gets raw meat/meaty bones and vegetables for his main meal). He loves it (he loves all food!) and it seems to make him feel full while still being low in calories. He's lost half a kilo since we've been using it and I'm confident that he'll get back to his ideal weight in a couple of months with this food.