Many health conditions in cats can be prevented or treated with dietary changes. Periodontal disease as well as obesity can be prevented or managed with the right food. Conditions such as constipation, feline lower urinary tract disease, kidney disease, and diabetes often respond very well to dietary changes. Let us help you make the best choices in-regards to feeding your feline friend.
Many small breed dogs are more likely to develop periodontal disease than large breed dogs. Many small breed dogs are also more prone to urinary tract stones. We can help you choose the right diet for your canine companion to help reduce the risk of periodontal disease, urinary tract stones, and many other ailments.
Giant breeds such as Great Danes, Irish wolfhounds, and giant schnauzers have unique dietary requirements. Very few commercial puppy foods offer the ideal mix of calcium, energy, and protein levels that these breeds need. We can provide you with feeding recommendations that will encourage your dog’s maximum growth potential without causing developmental problems.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns regarding your dog’s nutrition or if you would simply like to discuss this topic with us.
It’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed by all the pet foods on the market. We can help you weed through the choices and find a puppy or kitten food that will meet your growing pet’s nutritional needs. We even carry many nutritionally balanced, veterinary-approved brands in our clinic.
Feel free to ask us for a food recommendation or to contact us with any nutrition questions or concerns you might have.