Specific (VetXX) CT-H Healthy Dog Treats

Specific (VetXX) CT-H Healthy Dog Treats
Dry » 300g Bag

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  • Dry » 300g Bag £5.09

Description

Specific CT-H and CT-HM treats are high fibre and low fat treats which are ideal for dogs which are over weight or those who are prone to weight gain. The complex carbohydrates and high level of fibre create a gradual release of glucose into the dog's system after eating which makes these treats ideal for those dogs which have developed diabetes mellitus.

Ingredients

Wheat, fish meal, maize protein, beet pulp, powdered cellulose, hydrolysed pork protein, rice, eggs, minerals, animal fat, vitamins and trace elements.

Antioxidants: EC approved additives: BHA, propyl gallate. The treats contain no artificial colours or flavourings.

Analysis

Nutrient Contents
per 100 g
Contents
per MJ
Energy (kJ) 1427
Protein (g) (crude) 22.7 15.9
Fat (g) (crude) 5.1 3.6
Carbohydrates (g) (NFE) 51.1 35.8
Fibre (g) (crude) 5.5 3.9
Calcium (g) 0.85 0.6
Phosphorus (g) 0.65 0.45
Sodium (g) 0.28 0.2
Starch (g) 40.8 28.6
Sugar (g) 0.9 0.63
Omega-3 fatty acids (g) 0.32 0.23
Ratio n-3:n-6 01:04:00 01:04:00
Water (g) 10

Feeding guidelines

Use CT-H Healthy Treats and CT-HM Mini Healthy Treats as supplementary food to treat or reward the dog. In order to prevent the dog from becoming overweight, it is recommended that the daily food ration is reduced corresponding to the amount of treats given.

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Reviews (7)

Summary of Reviews for Specific (VetXX) CT-H Healthy Dog Treats

Overall 5
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7 out of 7 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (6 reviews)
4 stars (1 reviews)
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45 Little treat for a Diabetic Terrier
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By on 25 May 2020

My terrier has to have a 12hour gap between specific meals. That,s a long time. These are a tasty healthy treat I give whilst adjusting the amount of meal.

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55 Diabetic treats
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By on 20 April 2020

My dads dog as diabetis and as these as a reward for having his injections twice a day he really enjoys these treats and they don't affect his diabatis

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55 Treat
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By on 24 October 2018

Our Bichon has just been diagnosed Diabetic so we give him two of these after each of his jabs. He loves them and doesn’t mind his injections,

Customer recommends this product

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55 Healthy Dog Treat
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By on 23 September 2018

My 10 year old diabetic Westie loves these treats she has 2 after her insulin injection 2x a day.

Customer recommends this product

55 Dog treats
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By on 29 August 2017

Pleased with the treats better still so is my diabetic 10 year old westie

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Specific (VetXX) CT-H Healthy Dog Treats, including answers from our team.

10 August 2021 at 10:01pm

Diabetic treat

Karen Smith

Vett xx healthy dog treat. Should I give my diabetic dog this as I am told only to inject and feed at 12 hour intervals.

  • VioVet Staff

These treats are better than most other treats for a diabetic dog as they contain slow release carbohydrates. However any change in diet may alter your dog's insulin requirements so it is important to run their use past your vet just in case.

17 May 2021 at 9:22am

Dog treats

Dog treats

Can you recommend treats for my dog who has been diagnosed with acute pancreatitis?

  • VioVet Staff

You should stick to low fat food if your done is prone to pancreatitis. Those severely affected can be set off by any change in diet though so i advise sticking to one food if you can. I recommend discussing any dietary changes with your vet to check this is safe, whether you can give treats or not greatly depends on the severity of the pancreatitis.

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