Pro-Vet Intestinal and Digestive Disorders 2,5kg




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Rikas Prebiootikumide (FOS + MOS)

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OMEGA 6: 3 / EPA + DHA

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PRO-VET Intestinal complete and balanced specialized dry diet food for growing (from 3 months) and adult dogs of all breeds to improve poor digestion and reduce acute intestinal malabsorption disorders; reduces intolerances to certain ingredients and/or nutrients.

Vomiting or diarrhea in a dog is usually a result of bowel- and/or stomach disorders. Because digestion plays an important role in this, these disorders can be properly corrected with the right diet. PRO-VET Intestinal is a diet specially developed for dogs from 14 weeks of age to improve poor digestion and to reduce acute intestinal absorption disorders. Due to its low fat content, this diet is also suitable for dogs suffering from pancreatitis.

Diarrhea - is an abnormally frequent, unformed stool. In most cases, increased intestinal motility is observed. As a rule, overeating leads to this. In this case, an overflow of the colon and an accelerated withdrawal of the chyme to the lower sections of the colon occurs.
Diarrhea is the most common sign of bowel disease. Food passes through the small intestine in about 8 hours; it absorbs 80% of water and most of the nutrients. In the colon, concentration and accumulation of metabolic products occurs. Finally, a well-formed stool is removed from the intestines. Normally, there is no mucus, blood or undigested food in it.
The passage of chyme in the intestinal tract is accelerated for several reasons. When food passes quickly through the intestines, it is not completely digested and enters the rectum in liquid form. This mechanism is the cause of most diarrhea occurring in a short period of time.
Irritant substances that cause diarrhea by dogs include carrion, rodents and birds; spoiled products; fatty foods, salt, vegetable oils and animal fat; wood chips, rags, grass, paper and plastic.
Since dogs are not picky about the food, toxic poisoning can happen. These substances also irritate the stomach and cause vomiting.
Some dogs (and sometimes puppies) do not have the lactose enzyme, which curdles milk, so they do not absorb it as well as some dairy products. Since in this case the lactose is not absorbed, it prevents the reabsorption of water in the small intestine, what makes the cat to defecate more frequently and in larger volume.
In some cases, there is intolerance or allergy to certain products. Sometimes minor deviations in the dog's diet can cause diarrhea.
Diarrhea can also be of a psycho-emotional cause: due to over-excitation or fear, for example, at an exhibition or at the veterinarian.

When trying to investigate the causes of diarrhea, it is necessary to decide whether the disease is localized in the small or large intestine. Start by examining the color, texture, smell and frequency of bowel movements, as well as the general condition of the dog.


  • Normally, the colour of the stool is brown.
  • Yellow or greenish stools indicate a rapid passage (small intestine).
  • Black, tarry colour indicates bleeding in the upper digestive tract.
  • Bloody stool (blood or vein) indicate bleeding in the large intestine.
  • Doughy, light stools indicate the absence of bile (liver disease).
  • Abundant, gray, with the rancid smell of stool indicates a violation of digestion or absorption.


  • Soft voluminous stool indicates overeating or eating foods high in fiber.
  • Watery stool indicates irritation of the wall of the small intestine (severe infections and toxins, for example, acute enteritis) with rapid passage of intestinal contents and violation of its absorption.
  • Foamy/frothy stool indicates the probability of an infection.
  • Fatty stool (often with oily hair around the anus) indicates malabsorption - damage to the pancreas (malabsorption).


  • The more watery the stool, the sharper the fetid smell.
  • Food-like smell, or soured milk smell - due to accelerated passage and malabsorption, for example, overfeeding puppies.
  • Putrid smell - probability of an intestinal infection or the presence of blood in the feces (for example, panleukopenia in dogs).


  • Several times per hour, in small portions, with tension - presumably colitis (inflammation of the colon).
  • Three or four times a day, in large portions - presumably malabsorption or disorder of the small intestine.
  • A week or longer - speaks of a chronic disease, for example: colitis, inflammation of the intestines, parasitic infestation or malabsorption syndrome.

Diarrhea - is a symptom, not a disease. First of all, exclude milk and dairy products from your dog's diet - this will not affect its diet, since the absence of such products will not affect the dog. Diarrhea, associated with overfeeding, which is characterized by a single, abundant, loose stool, can be stopped by reducing the amount of food, and a three-time feeding in small portions. If diarrhea is associated with a change of water, use the water that is usual for the dog. If it is associated with the consumption of irritating and toxic substances, it is necessary to identify them, as specific antidotes may be required.
Food allergies or food intolerances, can be eliminated by the removal of specific products from the dog food, and in this case, we recommend you to use the medical diet PRO-VET Intestinal. After the stopping of diarrhea, the dog should be put on a diet or normal dry food should gradually be introduced, trying to identify the allergen. If it is identified, it should be excluded from the dog’s menu. Diarrhea lasting more than 24 hours requires emergency assistance of a veterinarian, since this leads to dehydration of the body, threatening with a collapse (acute vascular insufficiency, which occurs with sudden onset of weakness due to insufficient blood supply to the brain caused by a decrease in the amount of circulating blood) and shock. If there is bloody diarrhea or it is accompanied by vomiting, emergency care of a veterinarian is also required. Also, to investigate the cause of diarrhea that lasts more than a week, requires special methods of examination and dynamic observation of the veterinarian.



Available Probiotics, Prebiotics and Chelated Minerals Help to promote a stronger immune system, reduce gastrointestinal problems and create a healthy balance of bacteria in the intestine.
Digestive Health
rich in Prebiotics:
Bind themselves to problematic intestinal bacteria, as a result of which they do not adhere to the intestinal wall. Are also fermented by the positive bacteria in the intestine, supporting their growth, and herewith, the intestinal function/health.
High content of Fermentable Fiber and Electrolyte, Wheat-Free Formula Helps to compensate for the loss of electrolytes in the case of diarrhea. Help to reduce the chance of a food allergy and thus, contribute to good digestion.
High-Quality and easily digestible Protein sources. Help to reduce food intolerances and prevent diarrhea.
Rich in Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids of the Omega-3 Family (EPA+DHA) Stimulates the immune function. Improves the condition of skin in atopic disease. Diminishes risk of cancer, kidney failure and osteoarthritis.
Average content of Protein and fat and high content of Carbohydrate. Promotes the absorption of nutrients.
Rich in Fibres with High Viscosity (FHV) Decreases risk of diabetes mellitus and hairball formation. Stimulates gut motility and advances the faeces consistency.
Rich in Fibres with Low Viscosity (FLV) Stimulates gut motility and controls hairball formation.
Added Yucca Extract Diminishes odour formation by faeces.



Dehydrated Norwegian Salmon, Rice, Corn, Egg Powder, Dried Sweet Potato, Poultry Fat, Premium Norwegian Pure Salmon Oil, Dried Beet Pulp (rich in Pectins), Cellulose, Minerals, Mannanoligosaccharides (MOS), Inulin (Chicory Root, source of Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)), Psyllium Husk, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Enterococcus Faecium.

With oxidation reducing substance strong tocopherol-rich extract (Vitamin E) of natural origin (from Vegetable Oils). PRO-VET.® products meet the requirements as stated by AAFCO, NRC and/or FEDIAF. Produced and packed in Holland, production takes place under certification of: NEN ISO 9001 / GMP+.


Analytical Constituents Nutritional Additives/kg
Crude protein
Crude fat
Crude ash
Crude fibre
Calcium (Ca)
Phosphorus (P)
Sodium (Na)
Magnesium (Mg)
Potassium (K)
Linoleic acid (ω6)
Linolenic acid (ω3)
Arachidonic acid (ω6)
EPA (ω3)
eicosapentaenoic acid
DHA (ω3)
docosahexaenoic acid
Omega-3 fatty acids
Omega-6 fatty acids
8.00 %
25.0 %
13.0 %
7.50 %
1.50 %
0.90 %
0.85 %
7.00 g
0.70 g
8.50 g
27.0 g
12.0 g
3.00 g
17.0 g
2.50 g
3.50 g
1.50 g
0.50 g
2.60 g2.00 g/kg45.0 %
0.55 %
3.55 %
Vitamin A
Vitamin D3
Vitamin E
Vitamin K3 (not added)
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B2
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B12
Pantothenic acid
17.500 IU
1.750 IU
600 mg
0.00 mg
10.0 mg
15.0 mg
10.0 mg
100 μg
400 μg
575 mg
60.0 mg
30.0 mg

ME Energy Value 3730 cKal/kg [15.6 MJ/kg]

Vitamin A (Retinyl Acetate)
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Vitamin E (all-rac-Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate)

Trace Elements/kg:
Iron (Fe) (Iron-(II)-Sulphate Monohydrate) 70 mg
Iron (Fe) (Iron(II)Chelate of Glycine Hydrate) 35 mg
Manganese (Mn) (Manganese-(II)-Oxide) 50 mg
Manganese (Mn) (Manganese Chelate of Glycine Hydrate) 25 mg
Copper (Cu) (Cupric-(II)-Sulphate Pentahydrate) 10 mg
Copper (Cu) (Copper(II)Chelate of Glycine Hydrate) 5.0 mg
Zinc (Zn) (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate) 100 mg
Zinc (Zn) (Zinc Chelate of Glycine Hydrate) 50 mg
Iodine (I) (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) 2.0 mg
Selenium (Se) (Sodium Selenite) 0.10 mg

Zootechnical Additives/kg:
Enterococcus Faecium 200 mg

Sensory Additives/kg:
Yucca Schidigera Extract 125 mg

Other Nutritional Additives/kg:
L-Carnitine 50 mg
Taurine 1.000 mg

Directions for use: The kibbles are ready to be eaten. Make sure that you always provide plenty of fresh and available drinking water for your dog. Regularly clean food and water bowls. Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight. Feeding guide: Because each dog has different requirements, the recommended daily quantities on the packaging should only be used as a guide. This is a guide only as an individual dog’s requirements will vary depending on various factors including breed, activity level, metabolism, age and environment. Feeding quantities should be adjusted to suit your individual dog’s requirements. The amount of feed the best to divide into two meals per day.

One may consult a veterinarian before use or continuation of this diet.
The recommended duration of use of this diet for the reduction of acute intestinal malobsorption disorders, acute diarrhea or during the subsequent recovery period, is 1-2 weeks*
For a poor digestion the recommended duration is 3-12 weeks, but lifelong in case of chronic pancreatic insufficiency*

Feeding Guide

 Body Weight  Daily Portion
2 kg 60 g
5 kg 130 g
10 kg 210 g
20 kg 320 g
30 kg 380 g
40 kg 430 g
45 kg 600 g
>50 kg 10 g/kg


2.5kg  EAN  8717496486370




While dry food will not spoil as rapidly as other types of food, it does not last indefinitely. Always make sure that you use such foods before the expiration date. Keep the food dry and store it inside the bag it came in; we design the bags to resist moisture and airflow. The best way to store a large bag of dog or cat food is to place the original bag inside a clean plastic pail or container with a secure lid. Do not store dry food in humid rooms, as damp conditions will accelerate spoiling. Always roll the top of the bag down tightly and cinch it closed with a clip. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that pet owners keep dry foods and treats in locations that do not exceed 23 °C (degrees Celsius) or 74 °F (degrees Fahrenheit).