Sensitive-GI Revive Dual-Species Cans

Sensitive-GI Revive™ wet diet is a highly digestible, energy-dense, omega-3 fatty acid-rich diet with higher protein and fat content and excellent palatability.
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  • Sensitive-GI Revive™ wet diet is a highly digestible, energy-dense, omega-3 fatty acid-rich diet with higher protein and fat content and excellent palatability. It is designed to support calorie intake and recovery in various intensive needs states. Antioxidants in the sweet potato and turkey help support the immune system and inclusion of prebiotics (FOS) helps maintain gastrointestinal health. Glutamine is considered a conditionally essential amino acid during critical illness, such as cancer, and incorporation in the diet has positive effects on protein metabolism, intestinal repair, intestinal immunity, and absorption of nutrients.

    This diet is low in total fibre to ensure optimal digestibility and is a high-energy option for dogs with anorexia or weight loss due to cancer, and gastrointestinal disease. Sensitive-GI Revive™ supports growth in puppies. The diet can be blenderized for syringe feeding and use with esophagostomy and gastrostomy tubes.

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  • Turkey, Water, Sweet Potatoes, Turkey Liver, Potato Protein, Potato Starch, Fish Oil, Glutamine, Tricalcium Phosphate, Guar Gum, Fructooligosaccharides, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Vitamins and Minerals, Taurine.
    1. Higher fat content
    2. Rich in fish oil to provide high levels of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA/DPA)
    3. Higher energy density
    4. Limited in carbohydrates
    5. Excellent palatability
    6. High-quality protein for lean body mass
    7. High digestibility
    8. Added prebiotics (fructooligosaccharides) to maintain gastrointestinal health
    9. Natural source of glutamine
    1. Recovery or inappetence/anorexia.
    2. Gastrointestinal disease (patient-dependent)
    3. Critical illness
    4. Hepatic lipidosis
    5. Cancer - low body condition score or cachexia
    6. Diabetes mellitus with low body condition score (feline)
    7. Nutritional support with feeding tubes (esophagostomy, gastrostomy)