Liver diet food for dogs - dog food for heart & liver in the Maxi Zoo online shop
Dog food for heart and liver issues
The function of the heart and liver is often chronically impaired, especially in older dogs. Heart-tailored dog food contains less sodium and more anti-inflammatory omega 3- fatty acids. A special liver diet for dogs is composed of antioxidants, highly digestible carbohydrates and proteins, as well as a lower copper content to relieve the burden of liver metabolism. This means that dogs’ vital organs can be assisted to achieve their vital tasks.
Special food for dogs with liver diseases
The liver is the largest metabolic organ of the body, and as such, performs many vital functions. This means that liver disease has far-reaching consequences for health and can cause very varied symptoms. The right diet plays a decisive role in the treatment of dogs with liver diseases. Help your dog with liver disease to use this potential by ensuring their optimal diet. A liver diet provides your dog with all the important nutrients, such as vitamin B and selenium, which are required for the regeneration of the liver, without overloading the diseased metabolic organ. A high energy content makes it possible to feed small portions to cover daily needs. This is in keeping with the nutritional behaviour of dogs with liver disease, as they often have low appetite and tolerate small meals better than large amounts of food. Reduced copper content, in conjunction with increased zinc content, contributes, as these can be metabolised more easily in dogs with liver failure. In addition, a good liver diet provides dogs with the right B vitamins.