Nutrition and health are closely related. Nutrition has a broad applicability. Specially shaped kibbles can be used to prevent dental plaque build-up in dogs. Next to this, food can also be used as part of a therapy for specific diseases, such as renal failure. In some cases, dietary food can prevent the need for medicines or lower the required dose. Examples of this are joint supporting diets and supplements.
The TROVET range mainly consists of dietary food to support animals with specific conditions, such as bladder, gastrointestinal or liver diseases. Next to this, TROVET has a broad range of hypoallergenic diets for dogs with (possible) food hypersensitivity.
|Bladder problems:||Urinary Struvite dog | ASD|
|Dental problems:||Dental dog | OCF|
|Joint problems:||Mobility & Geriatrics dog | MGD|
|Heart problems:||Regulator dog | OHD|
|Hepatic problems:||Hepatic dog | HLD|
|Gastrointestinal problems:||Intestinal dog | DPD|
|Renal problems:||Renal & Oxalate dog | RID|
|Obesity:||Weight & Diabetic dog | WRD|
|Geriatric problems:||Mobility & Geriatrics dog | MGD|
|Recovery:||Recovery Liquid dog | CCL|
|Atopy:||Regulator dog | OHD|
|Food intolerance:||Elimination diets for dogs|
|Hypoallergenic diets for dogs|
The complete product range of dietary food for dogs can be found here.
An overview of the complete TROVET product range can be found in Product range.
More information about specific diseases in dogs can be found here.
Below, you are able to download the brochures of the most common diseases in dogs:
> My dog or cat has a bladder and/or kidneyproblem… what do I do now?’
> My dog has dental problems…what do I do now?
> My dog or cat has joint problems…what do I do now?
> My dog has heart problems…what do I do now?
> My dog or cat has problems with the stomach, intestines or liver… what do I do now?
> My dog or cat is obese… what do I do now?
> My dog or cat is recovering from surgery, illness or malnutrition… what do I do now?
> My dog is suffering from atopy… what do I do now?
> My dog or cat may have food hypersensitivity… what do I do now?