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My vet recommended this food..

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by nicolaa123, Nov 8, 2012.


  1. nicolaa123

    nicolaa123 Riley

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    For Riley and his ibd..

    Google Translate

    Only site I have found as yet..any thoughts please??

    Edit..goto cat section wet food and kangaroo or reindeer..sorry it would not link to those pages
     
  2. cuddlesmycat

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    How is Riley doing? Never heard of this pet food. Hopefully one of the other members might be able to help.
     
  3. spid

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    can't get to page to display in my Mac
     
  4. nicolaa123

    nicolaa123 Riley

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    Riley is pretty fed up going to vets, but as he has had his last b12 injection I am hoping to give him a break from the vets!
     
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    nicolaa123 Riley

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    I did a search vet concept.com and it came up in google
     
  7. cuddlesmycat

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    Poor Riley :(
    Hope he starts feeling better soon
     
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    Mine translates the page automatically using google chrome.
     
  9. nicolaa123

    nicolaa123 Riley

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    Use google chrome it translates it straight away :)
     
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    I use Safari - I can get the page but not the translation. Sorry
     
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    looks good but expensive. have to say that I've bought the integra kangaroo from zooplus and mine adore it. Its one of their favourite foods

    hope Riley improves soon x
     
  13. cuddlesmycat

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    It translates as this:

    SOFT PREMIUM WET FOOD KANGAROO

    Kangaroo meat - the exclusive food for fodder sensitive cats. Kangaroo meat has a high nutritional value and a subtle, gamey flavor. For these soft premium food is consciously processed only one type of meat and the slightly verdauchliche parsnip root vegetable - for best compatibility. Ideal with food allergy and to the exclusion diet. Ingredients: Meat and animal derivatives (kangaroo), vegetables (parsnips), oils and fats (canola oil), minerals, taurine

    Analytical constituents
    Crude protein 10.7%
    digestible 9.84% Crude
    fat 5.8%
    fiber 0.5%
    ash 1.7%
    moisture 79.0% Additives / kg: Vitamin A 2,000 IU, Vitamin D 3 200 IU, vitamin E 25 mg, trace elements / kg: Zinc (zinc oxide, monohydrate) 15.0 mg, manganese (Mn (II sulfate) monohydrate) 3.0 mg, Iodine (calcium iodate) 0.5 mg, selenium (sodium selenite) 0.03 mg, Amino Acids: Taurine 1,000 mg
     
  14. cuddlesmycat

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    SOFT PREMIUM WET FOOD REINDEER

    reindeer and domestic potato. The alternative, and it is also only a very unusual type of meat. Ideal for sensitive cats lining, with allergy and feeding suitable for exclusion. Composition: Meat and animal derivatives (reindeer), vegetables (potatoes, endives), minerals, oils and fats (black cumin oil), taurine

    Analytical constituents
    Crude protein 10.4%
    digestible Crude protein 9.6%
    fat 5.6%,
    crude fiber 0.5%
    ash 2.0%
    moisture 79.0% Additives / kg: Vitamin A 3,000 IU, Vitamin D 3 200 IU, vitamin E 30 mg, trace elements / kg: Zinc (zinc oxide, monohydrate) 15.0 mg, manganese (Mn (II sulfate) monohydrate) 3.0 mg, Iodine (calcium iodate), 0.75 mg, selenium (sodium selenite) 0.03 mg, Amino Acids: Taurine 1,000 mg

    Sorry just trying to help Nicolaa :)
     
  15. nicolaa123

    nicolaa123 Riley

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    I'm on safari also, I use google to search..thanks for trying tho
     
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    nicolaa123 Riley

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    On my very rough calculations it will be about or less than what I spend on d/d..will come back to hat once I've worked it out
     
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    nicolaa123 Riley

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    Thanks Tom!:D
     
  18. cuddlesmycat

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    Just trying to help :D
     
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    A known food in Germany when it comes to food allergies also figuring on the list of foods I was threaded you to. The issue, however, you might have is that they don't send to the UK.

    Edit: It does still mention delivery to the UK on their site but if I remember rightly, Ali82 on here was using it on his cat for a while but then for whatever reason they weren't sending it anymore.


    Have a look through that thread I linked you to again for some more options - not necessarily as up to date as I would like it to be but gives you a start.
     
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    nicolaa123 Riley

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    Thanks will look again...I've gone a bit food stir crazy of late!! My vet (from Austria) said she has fed this one before. I will send them an email about uk delivery.

    On cost comparrison, I spend £48.75 at moment for 7020g of the d/d. Even with delivery for £45 I would get 7200g. Not that cost really matters so much as he has £100 budget per month for food, litter and sundries
     
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