Calibra veterinary diets help resolve some of the most common health issues in dogs and cats. The recipes include more than just dry food. For those pets who have physiological issues regarding digestibility and whose biggest problem is consuming food in granule form, we also offer an alternative in the form of canned food.
The canned food line is conceptually based on the same philosophy as that of the dry foods, and the canned and dry foods can be freely interchanged. What makes Calibra veterinary diets effective is their emphasis on respecting the most recent independent studies as well as the use of the highest quality ingredients.
Calibra veterinary diets address health issues in pets relating to the liver, skin and coat, the stomach and intestines, the urinary tract, diabetes and obesity, the kidneys and heart, as well as joints and overall regeneration.
chicken protein (20 %), rice, oats, turkey protein (15 %), chicken fat (6 %, preserved with tocopherols), linseed, dried apples, krill (2 %), salmon oil (2 %), eggs (2 %), brewer‘s yeast, hydrolysed chicken liver, collagen (hydrolysed, type I.), algae (1 %, Schizochytrium limacinum), glucosamine (1,400 mg/kg), chondroitin sulphate (1,200 mg/kg), fructo-oligosaccharides (220 mg/kg), β-glucans (200 mg/kg), mannan-oligosaccharides (180 mg/kg), Mojave yucca (150 mg/kg), curcuma & green tea decaffeinated extract (a source of flavonoids 160 mg/kg & polyphenols 80 mg/kg), methyl sulphonyl methane (100 mg/kg), Boswellia serrata (100 mg/kg), Lactobacillus acidophilus HA – 122 inactivated (15 x 109 cells/kg)
It is recommended that a veterinary surgeon’s opinion be sought before use or beforeextending the period of use. Period of use: initially up to 3 months. Feed the food dry or slightly moistened. You always ought to provide your dog fresh water to drink. Recommended daily amounts are shown in the feeding table and should be adapted to the condition and activity of the dog.