PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Feline DM Diabetes Management (Chicken)

A complete wet food scientifically formulated to help regulate blood sugar (glucose) levels in diabetic adult cats.

The diet contains low levels of carbohydrate to reduce the upsurge in blood glucose that happens after meals, and high levels of protein to help stimulate insulin release from the pancreas.

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The diet has been clinically proven to reduce insulin requirements in diabetic cats. It is rich in the antioxidant vitamin E to help neutralise the free radicals produced with diabetes.


The formula can also be used to support weight loss. Managing obesity and maintaining optimum body weight are a vital part of managing feline diabetes.

Please note that all indications for PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS mentioned are for the dietary support of cats with the listed conditions and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The veterinary diets should be used under veterinary supervision.

Adult maintenance

Body weight (kg) Pouch only
Pouches / day
Pouch + dry
Pouches / day
g /day  
4 3 1 40  
6 4 1/2 1 70  
8 5 3/4 1 110  
10 7 1 105

 

It is important to closely monitor the cat’s glycaemia during the first weeks of feeding PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS DM St/Ox Diabetes Management™ in order to adjust the insulin dosage. Feline DM St/Ox Diabetes Management can be fed for life if necessary. Feline DM St/Ox Diabetes Management can also be used for weight loss and its formulation may increase satiety3.

 

Pork liver & kidney, trout, salmon and salmon meal, chicken, greaves, plasma powder, cellulose powder, pork gelatine powder, corn starch

​FELINE DM St/Ox DIABETES MANAGEMENT

Key nutrient values* Pouch
Moisture 77%
Protein 13%
Fat 0.70%
- Essential fatty acids 5.50%
- Omega-6 fatty acids 1.36%
- Omega-3 fatty acids 0.40%
Carbohydrate 1.30%
Starch 0.35%
Total sugars <0.02%
Crude fibre 0.80%
Vitamin E 173.5 mg/kg
Metabolisable energy (ME)1 0.97 kcal/g

 

* Typical analysis in the final product.
** Average of the two varieties.
1 Calculated using modified Atwater's factors.

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