Why Purina Veterinary Diets
Purina is committed to the health of your pet. Your veterinarian would recommend nothing less. Each scientifically formulated and tested diet represents the collaboration of Purina nutritionists, food and flavor scientists and veterinarians – all looking at nutrition and beyond to understand every aspect of pet health and care.
Purina Veterinary Diets Canine and Feline Formulas
These products have been formulated to help veterinarians nutritionally manage dogs and cats with certain health conditions.
Why Purina Veterinary Diets?
Purina Scientists and veterinarians work to understand how nutrition can positively affect the health of pets with special conditions. Through proper dietary management, the goal is to help your pet lead an active healthy life.
Ask your veterinarian about:
OM Overweight Management® formulas offer benefits that provide optimal nutrition while meeting your pet's special needs:
- High protein-to-calorie ratio
- Excellent palatability
Fortiflora® Probiotic Nutritional Supplement for dogs and cats:
- Contains guaranteed amounts of live active cultures
- Proven to promote intestinal health and balance
- Nutritional supplement for the dietary management of dogs and cats with diarrhea
- Promotes a health immune system
Ingredients & Nutrients
Purina Veterinary Diets dog and cat foods deliver nutrition with a purpose. Available only from your veterinarian, they play an important role in nutritionally managing dogs and cats with certain conditions. Each formula has been developed with specific nutrients to support pets with health issues. If you think your pet could benefit from specialized nutrition, talk to your veterinarian to learn about which formula is recommended.
Project Pet Slim Down®
Project Pet Slim Down is a program designed to help pet owners partner with their veterinarian to get their pets to a healthy weight. Pets at a healthy weight enjoy happier lives, and it is our mission to help every pet achieve a happy, healthy weight.
If your pet is at risk, team up with your veterinarian and get informed about what and how much your pet should be eating. Visit www.projectpetslimdown.com for online support.