PRO PLAN® Medium & Large Adult 7+ Sensitive Skin with OPTIDERMA® Rich in Salmon
Sometimes dogs have had sensitive skin and the associated signs include dandruff and scratching - sensitive skin may be caused by the food they eat.
Specially formulated by our vets and nutritionists, Purina PRO PLAN® with OPTIDERMA® provides advanced nutrition that supports the sensitive skin of adult ageing dogs. OPTIDERMA® includes a specific combination of skin targeting nutrients proven to help support healthy skin and beautiful coat and selected sources of protein to help reduce possible skin discomfort associated with food sensitivity.
OPTIDERMA® helps reduce possible skin discomfort associated with food sensitivity thanks to the selected source of protein
The formula contains OPTIDERMA, a special combination of skin-targeting nutrients such as protein source of amino-acids, essential fatty acids, B-vitamins and zinc, proven to support healthy skin and beautiful coat.
Rich in salmon, the recipe also includes ingredients that help support healthy joints and an active lifestyle in your dog’s senior years.
|Body weight (kg)||g/day
1 to 3hr activity
See table for recommended daily feeding amounts. These amounts are guidelines only. To help keep your dog in an ideal body condition, adjust according to your dog’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times. To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.
Salmon* (17%), Rice* (16%), Maize gluten meal*, Dehydrated salmon protein*, Maize starch, Maize*, Soya meal*, Animal fat, Minerals, Dried beet pulp*, Cellulose, Dried egg*, Soyabean oil, Digest, Fish oil
* Protein sources.
MEDIUM AND LARGE ADULT 7+ SENSITIVE SKIN WITH OPTIDERMA™
|Key nutrient values*||Dry|
|- Omega-6 fatty acids||1.9%|
|- Omega-3 fatty acids||0.8%|
|Vitamin A||23.9 mg/100 g|
|Vitamin D3||27876 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||571 mg/kg|
|Vitamin C||82 mg/kg|
|Metabolisable energy (ME)1||3.5kcal/g|
* Typical analysis in the final product.
1 Calculated using modified Atwater's factors.