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Happy Dog - Intestinal Dry Dog Food 4kgs

676,000 LBP
Special Veterinary Diet for the regulation of acute and chronic gastrointestinal conditions.

Happy Dog VET Diet Intestinal helps with the regulation of acute or chronic gastrointestinal disorders. This diet, with high-quality dry food, contains highly digestible ingredients and moderate carbohydrate content. This helps reduce the burden on the digestive system. In addition, dietary fiber promotes healthy intestinal flora and stabilizes stool consistency by encouraging increased uptake of water. Herbs such as chamomile and coriander have traditionally been used as supplements in conventional treatments for gastrointestinal disorders.

Only available with a veterinary recommendation.

Additional information:

  • It is recommended that you consult your vet before feeding this product, or stopping the diet.
  • For optimal results, the diet should be fed exclusively. Giving supplementary food should be discussed with your vet.
  • Recommended Period of use: 3-12 weeks; in cases of chronic pancreatic insufficiency, life-long use.
  • Unless otherwise recommended by your vet, offer several small meals per day.
  • The feed quantity should be adjusted to suit the individual animal’s metabolism and may be reduced or increased as necessary.
Always make sure fresh water is available.


Potato flakes (min. 45%), lamb protein* (10.5%), rabbit protein* (10.5%), salmon meal (10.5%), poultry fat, potato protein*, beet pulp* (de-sugared), hydrolysed liver, sunflower oil, apple pomace* (1%), cellulose, dried egg, rapeseed oil, potassium chloride, linseeds (0.4%), sodium chloride, cranberries*, yeast*, seaweed*, mussel meat* (0.04%), yucca schidigera*, yeast (extract)*, milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion, ginger, birch leaf, nettle, chamomile (0.015%), coriander (0.015%), rosemary, sage, liquorice, thyme (Dried herbs total: 0.15%); *) dried
Crude protein 26.0%, crude fat 13.0%, crude fibre 2.0%, crude ash 7.5%, calcium 1.4%, sodium 0.45%, potassium 0.95%, magnesium 0.1%, phosphorous 1.05%, chloride 1.1%, sulphur 0.3%, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.8%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.5%
Feeding recommendation
Ideal adult dog weight Normal requirement of adult dog (g/24hrs) Normal requirement of junior dog 6 - 12 month* (g/24hrs)
2 kg 44 g 55 g
3.5 kg 68 g 85 g
5 kg 88 g 110 g
7.5 kg 120 g 150 g
10 kg 149 g 185 g
15 kg 200 g 250 g
20 kg 251 g 310 g
25 kg 295 g 365 g
30 kg 340 g 420 g
35 kg 380 g 470 g
40 kg 420 g 530 g
45 kg 455 g 575 g
50 kg 495 g 620 g
60 kg 570 g 700 g
70 kg 640 g 780 g
80 kg 700 g 860 g

 

* Between 12 -15 months, the feed quantity should be gradually reduced to those given for ‘Normal requirement of adult dog’, in view of the slow decrease in energy requirements.

If giving mixed feed, please note:
150g wet food is equivalent to 33g dry food.

Additional information:
It is recommended that you consult your vet before starting to feed this diet or stopping the diet. Water should always be freely available. For optimal results, the diet should be fed exclusively. Giving supplementary food should be discussed with your vet. Unless otherwise recommended by your vet, offer several small meals per day. The feed quantity should be adjusted to suit the individual dog’s metabolism and should be reduced or increased as necessary throughout.

Recommended period of use:
3-12 weeks; in cases of chronic pancreatic insufficiency, life-long use.