Pero Super Sensitive & Grain Free Dog Food

Pero Super Sensitive & Grain Free Dog Food
Ocean Fish & Tapioca » 2kg Bag

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  • Ocean Fish & Tapioca » 2kg Bag £11.99
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Pero Super Sensitive Grain Free, Ocean Fish and Tapioca has been enjoyed by German Shepherds over the past few years. This recipe is a suitable complete food for dogs who suffer from Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI).

Its incredibly gentle digestive action is thanks to the use of tapioca, that has helped many dogs with digestive issues to be able to eat a healthy complete meal, without the worry of an upset stomach.

Tapioca is a highly digestible carbohydrate, far superior to rice and potatoes. It allows the easy release of energy for your dog.

Combined with over 30% white fish and complimented with a range of natural herbs and extracts, this provides a super premium complete food for your dog.

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 23%; Crude Fat 12%; Crude Ash 8%; Crude Fibres 3%.


White fish meal (31 %), tapioca (26%), pea starch, poultry fat, beet pulp, alfalfa, fish oil, yeast extract, malt extract, minerals, linseed, prebiotic MOS, prebiotic FOS, Joint Herb & Spice Blend: Ginger, Ginseng, Frankincense, Liquorice root, Green tea, Turmeric, Fenugreek seed, Burdock root, MSM (500mg/kg).

Additives (per kg):

Vitamin A 15,000 IU, Vitamin D3 2,750 IU, Vitamin E 100 IU, L'carnitine, 100mg.

Trace Elements: Zinc oxide 139 mg, Iron, Sulphate Monohydrate 167 mg, Manganese oxide, 32 mg, Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 60 mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 3.28 mg/kg, Sodium Selenite 0.23 mg. Antioxidants.

Feeding Guide

a dog of 1-5 kilograms should eat 30-100 grams, a dog of 5-10 kilograms should eat 90-185 grams, a dog of 10-20 kilograms should eat 150-310 grams, a dog of 20-30 kilograms should eat 255-420 grams, a dog of 30-40 kilograms should eat 350-520 grams, a dog of 40 plus kilograms should eat 450 plus grams

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Reviews (16)

Summary of Reviews for Pero Super Sensitive & Grain Free Dog Food

Overall 5
Value For Money
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16 out of 16 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (13 reviews)
4 stars (2 reviews)
3 stars (1 reviews)
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55 Finally! Food for Allegies
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By on 17 November 2021

Finally someone who makes dog food that actually understands allergies and hypersensitivity! So many dog foods claim to be great for allergies, yet they add potato, which is a known allergen! Or they have 'fish for sensitive stomachs' and then add Salmon because its a 'Super food' 🙄 it may well be, but a lot of dogs can't eat blue fish!! I was at the end of my tether, my dog was losing so much weight because she wasn't getting a 'complete food' she could only keep down white fish! She started getting skin problems, through not having the correct nutrition! I always keep an eye on the dog food market as new things come along all the time, that claim to be suitable, they never are and I had exhausted all avenues. I happened to come across this, my vet didn't want me to put her on it, but I knew it would be a better option than what he was suggesting! I was right! My dog is now not hungry all the time, has put her weight back on beautifully, her coat is soft and shiny too, finally. You have to try this food , 100% better than the rest!

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55 Happy tummy returns!
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By on 23 November 2020

My jack russell suffers from a very sensitive stomach and allergies, due to him having a bad attack of intestinal parasites a couple of years ago. Since then he has been tried on various grain free and low fat dog foods, including expensive prescription foods from the vet. I decided to try this food because it is made with tapioca, (known to be easier carbohydrate for digestion ) also white fish, which from my experience is easier on sensitive tummies than salmon. We are now on week 3 with this food and my dog is already much improved, almost perfect poos and higher energy and less itchy, very glad I found it.

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55 Excellent product
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By on 14 May 2020

This is a good and reliable food. It works very well for my sensitive Standard Poodle - and he loves it! Having tried lots of sensitive foods it was quite a relief to finally find one that suits!

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55 Grain free kibbles
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By on 16 February 2020

After years of stomach problems, loose and runny stools, trying different food regimes and medications to no avail as a last resort I tried the grain free version of my usual brand it worked within a few days and getting better by the day no more runny accidents solid and regular motions and a happier dog

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55 Brilliant product
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By on 13 October 2019

My dog has had bouts of diarrhoea and extremely smelly wind since we got I’m 3 years ago. We thought is problems were down to a poor diet when he lived on the streets. He was recently treated by the vet when he started vomiting blood after which he continued to vomit and have diarrhoea. Then I tried this food and it’s been like magic. His stools became firm and he started putting on weight. I wish I had heard about this food sooner. I would recommend you try it

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Pero Super Sensitive & Grain Free Dog Food, including answers from our team.

12 May 2021 at 10:50am

Dog with Pancreatitis

Laura McRae


Is this food suitable for a dog who has suffered from necrotising pancreatitis in the past?


  • VioVet Staff

It is recommended to feed low fat diets to dogs prone to pancreatitis. This diet contains 12% fat which is on the medium/low side but ideally you want a fat content lower than 7 or 8%. Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low Fat and Hills I/D Low Fat are great choices. These are veterinary diets though so you should run their use past your vet first. I advise discussing which diet is appropriate with them anyway.

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