Skin Sensitivity

 

 

Only one single source of animal protein
SANIMED Atopy/Sensitive dry food contains hydrolysed fish protein as the only source of animal protein.


Skin Sensitivity
Salmon oil is rich in eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and borage oil is rich in gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). The incorporation of EPA and GLA stimulates the synthesis of essential eicosanoids, thereby reducing the symptoms of skin inflammations. 

 

Acute Intestinal Disorders 

The use of hypoallergenic, highly digestible protein sources in conjunction with EPA are highly recommended in supporting animals suffering from acute intestinal disorders. The digestibility of hydrolysed protein also is very high - higher than that of intact proteins. This makes it very suitable 
in supporting symptoms associated with this condition.

 

Supports prevention of struvite and oxalate
The average urine pH is 6.4. This pH value supports the dissolution of struvite as well as restricting its development. On top of that SANIMED Atopy/Sensitive is low in magnesium and contains relatively low amounts of phosphorus and protein. This means that it will stimulate anti-struvite effects. The risk of calcium oxalate urolithiasis is reduced because SANIMED Skin Sensitivity is relatively poor in both calcium and glycine (which form the substrate for the synthesis of oxalate)

SANIMED Skin Sensitivity is available in packs of 100 gram (pouch), 1.5 kg and 4.5 kg. 

Hydrolysed animal proteins

Hydrolysed proteins are proteins that are cut up into small fragments. By cutting up the proteins, these lose their allergenic properties and will therefore not recognised by the cat’s immune system. SANIMED Atopy/Sensitive dry food contains hydrolysed fish protein as the only source of animal protein.

Feeding schedule

The nutrition plan below is an indication of the amount of food to be given. Nutrition plans are based on averages. For this reason always pay close attention to the condition of your cat and adapt the amount of food accordingly.

Feeding schedule SANIMED Skin Sensitivitydry food