Complete diet for neutered large & medium breed dogs, or those with a tendency to become overweight. Over 18 months for large breeds (>25kg), and over 12 months for medium breeds (10-25kg).
LOW IN CARBOHYDRATE: 26%
HIGH IN PROTEIN: 34%
Neutered dogs are predisposed to becoming overweight, and often exhibit an increased appetite. VETERINARY HPM® responds to your large or medium-sized neutered dog’s specific needs.
VETERINARY HPM® is a new generation of dog food designed to be closer to the nutritional needs of carnivores. This new and unique range is based on a low carbohydrate-high protein formula. So it is much lower in starch and carbohydrates, and much higher in animal protein. The result is nutrition that is perfectly adapted to your dog’s needs.
Maintaining Good Health
Thanks to its nutritional profile (low carbohydrate-high protein balance) and specially selected functional supplements, VETERINARY HPM® is more than just a dog food. It has a wide spectrum of health benefits to support the long-term health and well-being of your dog, the highly evolved carnivore in your own home.
• Body weight control
• Moderates calorie level
• Joint and muscle support
• High digestive tolerance
• Low glycaemic index
• Low-allergen formulation
• Skin and coat support
Adult Neutered Dog Large & Medium
Adult Neutered/Entire Large & Medium Dog With Moderate Overweight
*These amounts are approximate and may vary depending on the breed of dog and activity levels. For further information, please consult your vet or vet nurse.
VETERINARY HPM® does not contain any artificial colours or flavours.
Free from many of the common food allergens, including: Dairy, Lamb, Fish, Egg, Wheat, Maize, Soya and Gluten.
Composition: Dehydrated pork and poultry proteins, Rice (min. 4%), Hydrolysed pork and poultry proteins, Lignocellulose, Faba bean hulls, Animal fats, Peas, Potato starch (min. 4%), Linseed, Minerals, Beet pulp, Psyllium fibre (Plantago (L.) spp.), Brewers yeast (source of betaglucan), Fructo-oligosaccharides, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Chondroitin sulphate.
Analytical Constituents (% as fed): Moisture 9%, Protein 34%, Animal to vegetable protein ratio 88:12, Fat 13.5%, Minerals 7.5%, Crude cellulose 10.5%, NFE * 25.5%, Starch 18%, Calcium 1.3%, Phosphorus 1.1%, Calcium/Phosphorus ratio 1:2, Sodium 0.5%, Omega-6 2.2%, Omega-3 0.9%, ME** calculated (NRC 2006) 315 kcal/100g, ME measured in vivo 317 kcal/100g, Energy from protein 37%, Energy from fat 36%, Energy from NFE* 27%.
* Nitrogen Free Extract: available carbohydrate
** Metabolisable Energy
Added Vitamins: Vitamin A 11 000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1 1000 IU/kg, Vitamin E 570 mg/kg, Vitamin B1 3.8 mg/kg, Vitamin B2 11 mg/kg, Vitamin B3 30 mg/kg, Vitamin B5 26 mg/kg, Vitamin B6 3 mg/kg, Vitamin B9 0.48 mg/kg, Vitamin B12 0.062 mg/kg, Choline 740 mg/kg, Taurine 1 500 mg/kg.
Added Minerals: Copper 15 mg/kg, Iron 25 mg/kg, Iodine 1.1 mg/kg, Zinc 120 mg/kg.
Added Functional Ingredients: Bentonite 0.5%, Pasteurised Lactobacillus acidophilus 7 mg/kg, L-carnitine 330 mg/kg, Chondroitin sulphate 215 mg/kg, Chitosan 215 mg/kg.
How do I switch from my current food to VETERINARY HPM® ?
Days 1 and 2 should consist of 75% current food & 25% VETERINARY HPM. Days 3 & 4 - 50% current food and 50% VETERINARY HPM, Days 5 & 6 - 25% current food and 75% VETERINARY HPM, Day 7 100% VETERINARY HPM.
How much should I feed my pet?
VETERINARY HPM® is very palatable, but we advise you respect the daily rations recommended. Feeding guidelines can be found on every bag, but your vet or vet nurse can provide you with a feeding guide tailored for your pet.
My pet is drinking more. Is this normal?
A dog should drink 50-70ml/kg of their bodyweight each day, whilst cats should consume 60ml/kg. Thanks to VETERINARY HPM’s higher amount of protein compared to other dry foods, your pet will naturally consume more water - that's a good thing!
Where is VETERINARY HPM® produced?
VETERINARY HPM® is produced in our own factory in France, specifically in Vauvert, since 1988. For over 30 years we continue to work hard to meet the very high expectations of pet owners for food quality, traceability and safety.