Nutrition plays a crucial role in the overall health and well-being of any pet, just as it does with people. That’s why the clichéd phrase “You are what you eat” is thrown around so often. It’s true when a pet is healthy, but even more so when he is sick.
Switching up your cat’s lifestyle, especially when illness strikes, is normal, and catering to your cat’s nutritional needs is vital. Here are five common cat health conditions that can be supported, at least in part, with a veterinary exclusive diet.
If your pet has been experiencing some less-than-desirable symptoms, a special diet may be just what he needs. Things like regular stomach upset, rashes and even ear inflammation can signal an allergy or intolerance to some common cat and dog food ingredients.
You know how vital nutrition is for yourself, and it isn’t any different for our pets. The proper diet can play an important and sometimes lifesaving role for the furry members of your family. In fact, at some point, your vet may recommend or prescribe a special veterinary diet, commonly known as a prescription diet.