Concept for Life Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal is a premium complete dry food for adult dogs with insufficient digestion and impaired pancreatic function. These dogs donât digest food sufficiently, so they canât absorb nutrients adequately. The intestinal flora is disturbed, vomiting and diarrhoea can cause further loss of body water and vital electrolytes. If these symptoms occur over a long period of time, they can lead to dehydration and emaciation. If your dog has a pancreatic disfunction such as exocrine pancreatic insufficiency these symptoms can occur analogously. How can Concept for Life Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal help your dog? This premium therapeutic food has been specifically developed to meet the nutritional needs of dogs suffering from gastrointestinal disorders and impaired pancreatic function. The easy to digest ingredients help to ensure that your dog’s digestive system is not overloaded. Feed this food in small portions for optimal compatibility. The increased ratio of selected minerals helps to quickly compensate for any loss of electrolytes. This supports your dog’s well-being. It is therefore also suitable if your dog is suffering from acute or chronic diarrhoea. Concept for life Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal also contains mannan-oligosaccharides which help to maintain a good gut flora balance. This tasty dog food is low in fat which is important if your pet is suffering from exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Concept for Life Veterinary Diet â tailored nutrition for your dog. Our quality guarantee: Dietetic complete dry food tailored to your adult dog’s specific nutritional needs Scientifically-based nutrition which supports veterinary therapy Top-quality raw meat ingredients ensure it is well-accepted, and very digestible Made in Germany. General information: Please seek your vet’s advice before using this food or extending the feeding period. When feeding your dog with a veterinary diet you should consult your vet regularly for check-ups. If your dog’s health deteriorates please seek veterinary advice immediately.