Healthy Reduction-MCS Canine Bag

 

Healthy Reduction-MCS™ canine dry diet is higher protein, lower energy, and provides a nutrient profile appropriate to support lean body mass in dogs that require calorie restriction for weight loss.

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  • Healthy Reduction-MCS™ canine dry diet is higher protein, lower energy, and provides a nutrient profile appropriate to support lean body mass in dogs that require calorie restriction for weight loss. Reduced caloric density allows for a more satisfying food volume and, along with high palatability, improves owner compliance and success during a weight-loss program.

    Overweight dogs are at higher risk of osteoarthritis and weight loss can improve clinical signs. Supplementation with rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA/DPA) provides an evidence-based method to help reduce joint inflammation in the management of dogs with osteoarthritis. Inclusion of prebiotics (FOS) helps maintain gastrointestinal health.

     Click HERE to view the detailed diet page.

  • Turkey, dried peas, brown rice, turkey meal, pea protein, fish meal, tomato pomace, natural flavor, marine microalgae, fructooligosaccharides, calcium carbonate, salt, vitamins, choline chloride, mixed tocopherols, minerals, taurine, rosemary extract.
    1. Higher protein levels to maintain lean body mass during calorie restriction for weight loss
    2. Reduced caloric density
    3. Higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA/DPA)
    4. Increased levels of micronutrients to ensure adequate nutrient delivery during calorie restriction
    5. Moderate to low sodium content
    6. Moderate fat content
    7. Excellent palatability
    8. Moderate fibre content, with added prebiotics (fructooligosaccharides), maintains gastrointestinal health and normal stool volume.
    9. Complimentary dry and wet diets provide an option of combination feeding (dry and wet), which may increase the success and compliance of weight loss, weight maintenance, and/or joint health programs
    1. Weight loss
    2. Weight maintenance, and/or transition needs after successful weight-loss programs
    3. Osteoarthritis
    4. Inactive or sedentary lifestyle
    5. Risk of orthopedic disease and high physical demand activities
    6. Post-orthopedic surgery
    7. Physical rehabilitation patients
    8. Acute and chronic pancreatitis - dependent on patient

HELPFUL TOOLS
FEEDING CALCULATOR

Please note that your pet's weight must be entered in KG.

Step 1

Select
Species:


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Enter Body
Weight (Kg):


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Size:


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Activity Level:


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Result

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Step 5

Select Food Type:


Step 6

Select Dry Diet:


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Step 6

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Select Wet Diet:


Cups

Cups/Day:


Cans

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IMPORTANT: Wet feeding amounts have been rounded to the nearest whole number in order to provide practical measurements. Your pet’s caloric needs are as individual as yours. The feeding amounts should only be used as a starting guideline. Age, breed, gender, spay/neuter status, and activity level can all impact caloric requirements. Work with your veterinary team to achieve and maintain optimum weight.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I ORDER?

Before using this calculator, make sure you know the number of kcal/day that your pet needs. If not already known, you can calculate their energy requirements by using our Feeding Calculator.

Once you have this number, follow the prompts here to figure out approximately how often you will need to order food.

As always, please feel free to reach out to our knowledgeable Care Team if you have any questions!