Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Canine OM Obesity Management is a tasty dry food which can help your dog to lose weight as well as maintain the correct weight. Canine OM Obesity Management is also suitable for dogs with diabetes. Obesity can have an adverse effect on your pet such as reduced mobility and a lower life expectancy. Just as in humans, obesity in dogs is normally as a result of too many fat calories and too little movement and activity. If your dog is overweight it may suffer from serious health issues such as heart and joint problems or diabetes. It is a good idea to check your dog’s weight regularly. If you notice that your dog has put on weight you can help your dog to lose weight by increase the amount of exercise it gets and by controlling its diet and calorie intake. Purina Pro Plan Canine OM Obesity Management has been formulated specifically for dogs which are overweight. It contains all the nutrients your dog needs and is made with tasty ingredients and adjusted levels of all nutrients to ensure a palatable, safe weight loss programme. The kibble has a reduced fat and calorie content. It has a high protein content which encourages a balanced weight loss while stimulating the metabolism. This helps your dog to maintain a lean muscle mass and the healthy protein and natural fibre help your pet to feel full more quickly and for longer. Indications: Obesity Diabetes mellitus in overweight dogs Hyperlipidaemia in overweight dogs Colitis as reaction to fibre-rich diet Constipation Contraindications: Not for growing or pregnant dogs Not for dogs with high energy needs Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Canine OM Obesity Management dog food at a glance: Calorie-reduced dietetic dry food for adult dogs As a temporary diet or long-term for weight maintenance Clinically proven: efficient weight management, reduced calorie content helping reduce and maintain weight High protein content, low energy level: to support body fat loss whilst maintaining muscle mass Rich in fibre: pleasant and long-lasting full feeling Delicious recipe: high acceptance in fussy dogs Low glycemic index: suitable for diabetic dogs Please consult your vet about possible treatments for your pet and for further information and advice.