Dogs after sterilization are subject to a number of ailments and even diseases. The most common tendency of animals after castration or sterilization is overweight or even obesity and the appearance of urinary tract infections. Therefore, after the treatment you need to change the diet of your four-legged friend.
Food for sterilized dogs should contain primarily low-fat and reduced caloric content. The most common products shall be labelled Light. These foods have L-carnitine, which helps to burn fat and converts it into energy and additional ingredients that prevent the formation of stones in the urinary tract.
To control body weight of a dog, we must provide him with adequate amount of exercise and a balanced diet. The latter is obtained by a special food for dogs that underwent surgery sterilization or castration. One of them is Royal Canin Neutered Adult Dog Weight & Skin. Karma is designed for medium-sized dogs. With carefully selected ingredients helps to keep the body maca positively affects the appearance of hair and skin, and digestive. It also contains antioxidants that help fight free radicals.
When our dog already is overweight we should slim down his weight with Arion HC Sterilized. It is a dry food that allows you to lose weight in a dog, without compromising the muscle tissue. Among its components can be distinguished additives such as vitamin A, D3, E, L-carnitine, beta-carotene, iron, zinc, manganese, iodine and selenium. These micro-
and macroelements and low calorie food, our pupil will quickly get rid of the extra weight.
Royal Canin has also created a special food for Labradors and retrievers after sterilization, have completed 15 months of age. Royal Canin Labrador Sterilised provides a feeling of fullness after a meal, thanks to the specially developed kibbles. Also takes care of the special needs of large dogs. With special ingredients takes care of joints and bones of large breed dogs, and by the content of vitamins B, or histidine provides a healthy and beautiful hair.
Karma is enriched with dietary supplements such as vitamins A, D3, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, selenium and L-carnitine, allowing for rapid conversion of fat into energy.
The animal after surgery sterilization or castration should not only have a suitable daily dose of traffic, but also matched, proper diet for the new nutritional needs. It is worth remembering that the animals after surgery have increased appetite, and therefore often have unwanted extra weight, and often diseases of the urinary tract. With the right diet, we prevent the emergence of a variety of health problems in the future.