New VETERINARY HPM® Wet Diets to Offer a Comprehensive Nutritional Approach to FLUTD
We are pleased to announce the launch of two new wet diets for cats, designed to sit within the proven and established VETERINARY HPM® range, and specially formulated to help prevent and manage FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease), a major health concern in cats.
A non-antibiotic, halofuginone based cryptosporidiostatic medicine with an innovative dosing pump
VETERINARY HPM® Adult Cat Neutered with Salmon WET
Complete diet for adult cats: neutered from one year old
VETERINARY HPM® Cat Urology WET
Nutritional management of cats with urinary struvite stones or risk of recurrence of struvite and/or oxalate crystals
Canine Castration: Is There More Than One Way To Crack A Nut?
Along with positive socialisation, training and appropriate nutrition, castration is often considered a key component of responsible dog ownership. As well as preventing accidental mating, castration can be beneficial in preventing specific testosterone related disease and can help in the management of some behavioural issues.
Hypoallergy and Dermatology Support Diets Are Not The Same Thing!
Clinical diets play an important role in the management of skin disease and can be a critical component of the treatment plan. However, selecting the right diet is key to achieving the best results, given that these diets are different in intended use and nutritional characteristics.
Can Proteins Help Improve Skin and Coat Condition?
Nutrition has implications in all aspects of skin metabolism including cell renewal, healing of wounds, immune reactions and combating chronic inflammation.
Oxidative Stress : Its Effect on Calves and Weanlings
It has been well documented that the new born calf’s mineral status and antioxidant capacity is highly correlated with the maternal source. Significant mineral transfer in the last trimester leads to liver levels which are typically higher than the dam’s levels at birth.
Oxidative Stress : Its Impact on Transition Cows
The trace mineral levels in cattle are not static; they change throughout the production cycle depending on the demands on the animal.