Allergies and food intolerances | Advance

Allergies and food intolerances

One of the most frequent conditions in cats, it helps reduce adverse reactions to food.

ADVERSE REACTIONS TO FOODS

These reactions happen when your cat’s body does not recognise or accept the protein in a food, and to fight it off and expel it their immune system is activated. Usually these proteins are found in one or other of the foods that your cat usually eats.

WHAT ARE THE
SYMPTOMS?

Gastrointestinal symptoms

  1. 1Flatulence and bloating

  2. 2Weight loss

  3. 3Lack of appetite

  4. 4Diarrhoea

  5. 5Vomiting

Symptoms of the skin

  1. 1Itchiness

  2. 2Dermatitis

  3. 3Ulcers

  4. 4Skin lesions

  5. 5Alopecia

HOW DO I IDENTIFY WHICH FOOD IS CAUSING MY CAT TO HAVE ADVERSE REACTIONS?

THAT IS THE INGREDIENT THAT IS MAKING YOUR CAT HAVE AN ADVERSE REACTION. ELIMINATE IT FROM THEIR DIET.

  • 1.

    Your cat should be given a hypo-allergenic diet*

  • 2.

    Begin by giving them a single ingredient

  • 3.

    Do you notice any symptoms?

*Remember to carry out this process following your vet’s advice.

WHAT IS A HYPO-ALLERGENIC DIET?

It is an exclusion diet to help reduce the risk of food allergies and intolerances.

OMEGA 3, 6 AND ZINC TO HELP MAINTAIN THE SKIN BARRIER

PURIFIED STARCH WITH VERY LOW PROTEIN RESIDUES

Ingredients that are easy to digest

Has hydrolysed proteins

Advance HYPOALLERGENIC

HYPOALLERGENIC

HYDROLYSED PROTEIN
Healthy skin
VERY DIGESTIBLE