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Our guidance to the optimal diet for your pet
We believe that nutrition is an important part of keeping pets healthy and can also play a vital part in the treatment of some illnesses.
This is why we stock a select range of cat and dog pet food in practice, helping to take the faff out of pet food for our clients by recommending diets that have been scientifically created to provide optimal nutrition, which tastes great!
Explore the guide to pet nutrition to discover the truth behind current trending diets and what your pet really needs for a balanced diet, or contact us to book in for a nutrition consultation with a member of the team.
Below are details about some of our favourite veterinary exclusive pet food brands, the PURINA® PRO PLAN® ranges. P.S. don’t forget, if you’re a Pet Health Club member, you can benefit from 25% off selected pet foods including these:
Expert Care Nutrition for cats and dogs
When changing your pet to a new diet it is important to make this change gradually to avoid upset tummies. Check out our easy transition feeding guide on how and when to start this process or give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss when placing your pet food order.
A range of diets catering specifically to support clinical conditions in dogs such as diabetes, mobility, obesity, skin issues and many more.
Go to Veterinary Diets - Canine
A range of diets catering specifically to support clinical conditions in cats such as diabetes, obesity, renal issues and many more.
Go to Veterinary Diets - Feline
From puppy to senior, you will find a diet to suit every stage of your dog’s development.
Go to Expert Care Nutrition - Canine
From kitten to senior, you will find a diet to suit every stage of your cat’s development.
Go to Expert Care Nutrition - Feline
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