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In any animal, nutrition is fundamentally linked to health and well-being. At our Vet’s Klinic, we regularly see the effects that poor nutrition can have on our pets from; digestive disorders and obesity, to chronic skin conditions, ear problems, diabetes and many more. Our food is designed to help prevent the most common health problems in pets and deliver the very best long-term health benefits possible.
Our foods are hypoallergenic and contain no artificial colours or flavours. They are also free from wheat and beef which are thought to be amongst the top causes of allergies in pets.
A source of good quality, highly digestible protein.
Protein rich, packed with Omega 3 for healthy skin and a shiny coat.
High in protein and often more suited to sensitive digestive systems.
High in dietary fibre, low glycaemic index to steady blood sugar levels and efficiently metabolise fat.
Rich in antioxidants, a grain-free carbohydrate for sensitive digestive systems.
A digestive aid that can help keep cholesterol low.
Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM maintain healthy joint fluid and cartilage.
For healthy gut flora, digestive health and immunity.
Taurine is an amino acid essential for building normal heart muscle.
We appreciate that over time, your pet’s dietary needs may change. At Vet’s Kitchen, we have a range of products to help them stay healthy. You can trust our expertly formulated nutritious foods, tasty treats and succulent supplements to offer real health benefits to help your pet thrive.
Our Little Stars and Little Hearts are formulated with active ingredients that support your pet's well-being whilst being a delicious reward for them to enjoy.
Suitable for all ages, Vet’s Kitchen treats are calorie rated to help you reward your pet as part of a calorie-controlled diet
Delicious chicken gravy supplements packed with vitamins and minerals to deliver support for healthy joints, digestion, skin and coats – trust our nutritional expertise to help maintain the health and well-being of your dog.
If your pet is new to Vet’s Kitchen we recomend that it is introduced slowly, gradually replacing their old diet over the course of 10 days. If you feed too much too soon of any new food, your pet could suffer from stomach upset or other digestive problems. Check out our handy calorie calculator for dogs to help work-out how much food they need.
Our food has paws-up approval. All our products are taste-tested by willing volunteers from our huge pool of four-legged friends, including our own pets and Vet's Klinic clients.
None of our food is tested at, or in, laboratory settings or by unwilling animals.