What should you really be looking for when browsing the shelves for a food for your sensitive cat or dog and which features will actually benefit your pet?
Do you have a sensitive pet? Perhaps your dog or cat has
dry, itchy skin, recurring ear infections or diarrhoea?
You may have been thinking about switching to a ‘sensitive’ diet but what does this mean? What should you feed a sensitive pet when there are a plethora of pet food brands and recipes available on the market making all sorts of claims?
Check out this useful infographic detailing specific, beneficial features of a ‘sensitive’ diet to help you make a more informed choice when selecting a food for your dog or cat.
For a more in depth look at this topic, check out our
informative fact sheets on the topic by Ness Bird - Nutrition Adviser and
Registered Vet Nurse Cert CFVHNut ©, by clicking the links below.
If you think you have a sensitive pet and need more specific
advice, please get in touch for more personalised advice by clicking the link
If your pet is under the care of your vet for a
nutritionally responsive medical condition, we advise asking your vet’s
professional opinion as to the suitability of any diet if it is not one that
he/she has initially suggested.