Obesity

Obesity Obesity

The expert’s explanation

Characteristics

INDICATIONS

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes Mellitus in overweight dogs
  • Hyperlipidemia in overweight dogs
  • Fiber-responsive colitis
  • Constipation

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Health issues associated with catabolic conditions

Benefits

    • REDUCED CALORIE CONTENT
    • REDUCED CALORIE CONTENT

  • Fewer calories per kilogram of food.

    • HIGH PROTEIN CONTENT
    • HIGH PROTEIN CONTENT

  • Induces a satiating effect and reduces muscle mass loss in animals on a weight loss program.

    • SOURCE OF MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCT)
    • SOURCE OF MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCT)

  • Help the fat combustion process thanks to its easy conversion into energy.

    • SOURCE OF OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS
    • SOURCE OF OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS

  • Help reduce the inflammatory status caused by excess body fat.

    • ANTIOXIDANT MIXTURE
    • ANTIOXIDANT MIXTURE

  • They act synergistically and reduce oxidative stress.

Formats

  • 8410650155395400 g
  • 84106501523013 kg
  • 841065016811112 kg

composition

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Nutritional Additives

Vitamin A
 
18000 - 19565 - 5100 - 23181
Vitamin D3
 
1400 - 1522 - 330 - 1500
Vitamin E
 
420 - 457 - 50 - 227
Vitamin B1 Thiamine (ppm)
 
50 - 54 – –
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (ppm)
 
25 - 27 – –
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (ppm)
 
15 - 16.3 – –
Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (ppb)
 
91 - 99 – –
Niacin (ppm)
 
202 - 220 – –
Pantothenic Acid (ppm)
 
48 - 52 – –
Folic Acid (ppm)
 
6.3 - 6.8 – –
Biotin (ppm)
 
0.15 - 0.2 – –
Choline (ppm)
 
2000 - 2174 – –
L-Carnitine (ppm)
 
500 - 543 – –
Starch (%)
 
16 - 17.4 – –
Iron (ppm)
 
280 - 304 – –
Manganese (ppm)
 
56 - 61 - 0.04 - 0.18
Iodine (ppm)
 
1.7 - 1.8 – –
Copper (ppm)
 
19 - 21 - 1.3 - 5.91
Zinc (ppm)
 
185 - 201 – –
Selenium (ppm)
 
0.38 - 0.4 – –
Essential Fatty Acids
 
1.5 - 1.6 – –
Linoleic Acid (%)
 
1.2 - 1.3 – –
Total Omega 6
 
1.22 - 1.3 – –
Total Omega 3
 
0.24 - 0.3 – –
Omega 6: Omega 3
 
5.2 - 5.7 – –
Metabolizable energy (kcal/kg)
 
3030 - 690

Average analysis

Protein
 
40%
Fat content
 
8%
Gross cellulose2
 
10%
Inorganic matter
 
7%
Calcium
 
1%
Phosphorus
 
0.9 %
Sodium
 
0.2%
Potassium
 
0.78%
Magnesium
 
0.13%
Chloride
 
0.55%

Theoretical Metabolizable Energy

METABOLIZABLE ENERGY
  • Dry
  • Wet
  • Protein %
  • 45
  • 49.7
  • Fat %
  • 21
  • 27.4
  • Carbohydrates %
  • 34
  • 22.9
MEAN DIGESTIBILITY
  • Dry
  • Wet
  • Total %
  • 73.3
  • 59.6
  • Protein %
  • 85.7
  • 80.3
  • Fat %
  • 86
  • 86.1
  • Carbohydrates %
  • 81.2
  • 60.3
  • Calories %
  • 76.8
  • 61.8

Recommended Daily RationsRecommended Daily Rations

The amounts indicated are recommended daily servings and, therefore, must be adjusted to the age, breed, climate conditions, level of activity and physical condition of your pet.
WeightDryWet
Weight maintenanceWeight lossCans per day
Miniature breeds1-5 kg30-90 g20-75 g¾
Small breeds5-10 kg90-150 g75-120 g1 ½
10-15 kg150-200 g120-160 g2
Medium breeds15-20 kg200-250 g160-200 g
20-25 kg250-280 g200-230 g3 1 3
Large breeds25-30 kg280-320 g230-265 g
30-35 kg320-360 g265-300 g4 ½
Giant breeds35-453 kg360-430 g300-350 g

1. All adjustments must be made considering the environmental conditions, level of activity and physical condition. As can be observed in the enclosed tables, small-breed dogs have greater caloric needs (15%-25% more kcal per every 500 g of additional weight). This daily amount should be distributed over various meals throughout the day. The animal must always have fresh, clean water available.

2. Result of soluble and insoluble dietary fiber: I. Soluble: 1.8%. II. Insoluble: 21.15%.

3. For every 5 kg of supplemental body weight, add an additional 195 kcal, or approximately ¼ of a can.