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VetSpec launches new complete dog food range

 VetSpec has launched a new hypoallergenic cereal-grain-free range of complete dog foods.

VetSpec has also developed two new ultra-low calorie, complete dog foods to help control the weight of dogs which tend to put on condition easily.

The range includes:

VetSpec Puppy & Junior Formula which contains supplements to support growth and development of young dogs from four weeks of age to twelve months, at which point they can be transferred to VetSpec Healthy Dog Adult Formula. VetSpec Puppy and Junior Formula is a cereal-grain-free, dry dog food containing 60 percent chicken with added vegetables and herbs. The prebiotic fibre and herbal sources help maintain gut health. It is wheat gluten-free, and has no added colours, preservatives or artificial flavours.

VetSpec Healthy Dog Adult Formula, a cereal-grain-free dog food containing 60 percent chicken with added vegetables and herbs, superb for all dogs including show dogs and working dogs. The supplements include biotin, and other associated nutrients to improve the coat and promote a supple skin for dogs that have problems in this area. The prebiotic fibre and herbal sources help maintain gut health. It is wheat gluten-free with no added artificial colours, preservatives or artificial flavours.

VetSpec Omega-3 Joint Mobility Formula, a cereal-grain-free dog food, rich in DHA and EPA (Omega-3s), glucosamine and chondroitin at levels VetSpec feels are only normally found in veterinary grade supplements. It aims to provide nutritional support to dogs with poor mobility or those which are in hard work, e.g. agility dogs or gun dogs. It includes biotin and other associated nutrients to improve the coat and promote a supple skin. It is wheat gluten-free with no added colours, preservatives or artificial flavours.

VetSpec Calm and Focused Formula, a cereal-grain-free, super premium dog food, for dogs that get anxious and over-excitable, suffer from separation anxiety or fear loud noises like fireworks. It may be helpful when training young dogs to improve focus and obedience. Its formulation includes tryptophan, prebiotics and magnesium, together with biotin and other associated nutrients to greatly improve the coat and promote a supple skin. It is wheat gluten-free with no added colours, preservatives or artificial flavours.

VetSpec SuperLite Low Calorie Formula has all the benefits of VetSpec Healthy Dog Formula but is on a base food with 20 percent less calories if fed as directed. It is a cereal-grain-free, super premium dog food which contains 50 percent chicken with added vegetables and herbs, packed with high quality vitamins and minerals. It includes biotin and other associated nutrients to improve the coat and promote a supple skin. The prebiotic fibre and herbal sources help maintain gut health. It is wheat gluten-free, with no added colours, preservatives or artificial flavours.

VetSpec SuperLite Senior Formula is designed to address the nutritional challenges that dogs face as they reach their more senior years. It is a cereal-grain-free, super premium dog food containing 50 percent chicken with added vegetables and herbs. Older dogs may be overweight because they are less likely to be as active and therefore need fewer calories on a daily basis, whilst needing more nutritional support to maintain healthy flexible joints. These requirements are all built into VetSpec SuperLite Senior Formula, together with prebiotic fibre and herbal sources to help maintain gut health. It also includes biotin and other associated nutrients to greatly improve the coat and promote a supple skin.

For more information telephone 01845 565030 or go to www.vetspec.com.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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