Just like in humans, neurological aging can also affect dogs. In your pet, this results in the reduced ability to learn and to remember. This is often a gradual process of cognitive decline. It typically starts with minor changes in behavior that grow increasingly worse over time. Most dogs show the first signs of cognitive decline around 7 years of age.
SANIMED Neuro Support is a complete pet food developed to support brain function in adult dogs. SANIMED Neuro Support contains medium-chain triglycerides. These fatty acids support learning capacity and memory in older dogs and can provide support for age-related behavioral changes. Aside from the right diet, it is also important to continue to challenge your dog physically and mentally. Keep walking your dog and provide stimulation by playing games or buying dog puzzles to keep your dog mentally fit. Be sure to adapt these activities to your dog’s condition.
Available in 3 kg and 12.5 kg packages
All breeds: from 14 weeks
Follow the feeding schedule in the table, but adjust the feeding ration as needed to maintain your dog’s ideal weight. Divide your dog’s daily food intake over 2 or more meals a day. Monitor your dog’s physical condition and make sure your dog always has access to fresh, clean drinking water.
Corn, barley, dehydrated poultry, dried beet pulp, fractionated vegetable oil (MCT) 5.5%, animal fat (poultry), minerals, hydrolyzed chicken liver.
Crude protein 20%, crude fat 13.5%, crude fiber 3.3%, crude ash 5.2%, moisture 8%, calcium 1%, phosphorous 0.75%, sodium 0.27%, potassium 0.5%, linoleic acid 1.9%, α-linolenic acid 0.11%, arachidonic acid 0.01%.
Would you also like to feed your dog SANIMED? SANIMED is available at veterinary practices throughout the Netherlands. Find the SANIMED dealer closest to you here.
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