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Designed to fuel a healthy, active life, without breaking the bank!
VioVet Adult Dog Foods are naturally hypoallergenic, wholesome and delicious recipes for dogs of all breeds.
Gentle on the digestion - highly digestible sources of protein and carbohydrate ensure your dog gets the most from its food, without putting stress on the digestive tract. Ingredients rich in fibre help in the proper formation of healthy stools which are easier to pick up - yes, we went there!
Free from wheat & wheat gluten - VioVet Adult Dog Foods are free from common problematic ingredients known to exacerbate skin issues and digestive sensitivities. They are suitable for dogs with allergies to the following ingredients: Beef, Pork, Wheat, Wheat Gluten, Dairy, Egg and Soya.
Supports healthy skin & coat - formulated with added Omegas 3 & 6 to nourish and reinforce the skin and promote a glossy coat.
Delicious & satisfying - we know your dogs will love the taste and with the inclusion of oats & beet pulp to up the fibre content, they’ll feel fuller for longer too.
Helps maintain ideal weight - we only use high quality meats that provide a full range of amino acids needed for building lean muscle. The energy source that fuels their everyday life comes from rice, an easily digested and wholesome carbohydrate.
Turkey (30% including Dried Turkey, 4% Freshly Prepared Turkey, Turkey Fat), Rice (26%), Oats, Whole Linseed, Poultry Stock, Beet Pulp, Alfalfa, Minerals, Vitamins, Natural Seaweed, Omega 3 Supplement, Chicory Extract, Calcium Carbonate, Yucca Extract, Dandelion.
E672/Vitamin A 15,000 IU, E671/Vitamin D3 2,250 IU;
Trace Elements: E1/Iron 167mg, 3b201/Iodine 1.64mg, E4/Copper 60mg, E5/Manganese 109mg, E6/Zinc 139mg, E8/Selenium 0.67mg
Crude Protein 22%, Crude Oils & Fats 9%, Crude Fibres 4%, Crude Ash 7%, Omega 6 1.9%, Omega 3 0.7%, Calcium 1.4%, Phosphorus 0.8%. Metabolisable Energy: 330kCal/100g.
|Weight of Dog||Grams Per Day|
|1 – 5 kg||30 - 100|
|5 – 10 kg||100 – 180|
|10 – 20 kg||180 – 305|
|20 – 30 kg||305 – 425|
|30 – 40 kg||425 – 525|
Please be aware that this table is a guide and each dog will have different requirements due to factors such as age, activity level and size.
When introducing a new food, we recommend doing so gradually over a period of 7-14 days.
Ensure clean, fresh water is always available.
Store in a cool, dry place.
All prices include VAT where applicable.
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Dogs enjoy this product although I feel it may be over priced compared with others. Free delivery helps I suppose
Customer recommends this product
We initially bought this as the collie pup had continued runny poos , but it also seemed to suit the Bassett who has a normal healthy gut . So we have continued feeding both the dogs this food and they’re in good health , the Bassett is a lively dog now with a good coat and only poos twice a day . We intend to keep them on viovet food . The price is similar to other quality foods too
Customer recommends this product
Seems like a quality product and the dogs enjoy it, however at the full price it is as expensive as Burns, so I would not buy it in preference
Customer does not recommend this product
empty dish every time - that says it all
Customer recommends this product
Have tried others but keep coming back to this. There is never any waste.
Customer recommends this product
Below are some recent questions we've received regarding VioVet® Adult Turkey & Rice Dog Food, including answers from our team.
Hi is this suitable for a 12 month old Cavapoo. Many thanks. He is very fussy.
This food is suitable for adult dogs only. A Cavapoo can be classed as an adult from 12 months of age depending on how large the expected adult size of your dog is. If your dog is not at the expected adult size yet then you should continue feeding a puppy diet until you are comfortable they are.
my 4 yr old cardigan corgi has both pancreatitis and epilepsy he therefore needs a low fat diet (under 10% dry matter fat) but low in glutamic acid and free from rosemary for his epilepsy which if any of these foods is suitable?
This diet is great for the average dog but it does contain 9% fat, it is usually advised to go as low as possible with pancreatitis. Less than 7 or 8% is ideal.
If you are looking for a diet to help with the epilepsy then Purina Neurocare is a great choice, however this is 15% fat. It will be very difficult to find the perfect diet for both pancreatitis and epilepsy.
I recommend discussing this with your vet. If the epilepsy is controlled it may be that you focus on just a good diet for the pancreatitis. Veterinary diets like Royal Canin Low Fat Gastrointestinal are great for this.
Is this product good for IBS in dogs?
This depends on the cause of your dog's IBS. The food is poultry (turkey) and rice based which is a relatively limited ingredient base compared to other foods on the market. This means it is less likely to set off IBS than some other foods because IBS often has an underlying food intolerance/allergy triggering it. There are less ingredients in this food for your dog to react to.
However without knowing the exact food trigger to your dog's IBS then I cannot guarantee it won't set it off. You would need to know for certain that poultry/rice/grains are safe for your dog in order to be sure it won't case any issues.
my pugs are continually hungry on royal canine low fat can they both have the adult 1
Thanks for getting in touch, and for trying our own brand dog food :-) We hope you dogs will both love it and find it satisfying!
Both your 1 year old and the 4 year old can be fed this food. I'd start with the amount recommended for their ideal weight. Dogs between 5-10kg should be fed 100-180g per day, so if their ideal weight is 7.5kg, then you can start by feeding them 140 per day. After a couple of weeks, you can adjust the amount up or down based on their individual needs and once you know whether the starting amount is enough.
If they start to lose a little weight on this amount and they don't seem overly hungry, then you can continue with the same amount until their weight is no longer dropping.
Alternatively, if their weight stays the same on the starting amount you choose but you want them to slim down, see if you can fit in an extra 20 minute walk a day or some games in the house to burn some extra calories rather than reducing food!
I hope this helps :-)
My 7 year old greyhound is currently being fed Country Values greyhound food which I am pleased with for some aspects (price, palatability, non-wind producing) but it does result in a high volume of soft stools. Plus I am concerned that he has depleted energy levels (even for his breed!!). He has been checked by the vet. Do you think your food might be good for these two concerns? Does it produce lower stool volume? He is currently taking Yumove alongside Onsior from the vet for arthritis (I realise that the arthritis may contribute to the reluctance to move but I am trying every avenue to give him a better quality of life including looking into diet) thank you.
I've compared the ingredients and I think VioPet would be a good diet for you to try. Country Values is lower in protein and primarily made from cereals and meat & animal derivatives, and these sorts of diets often lead to high volumes of stools, and due to the lower fibre content, they're often softer.
Our VioPet recipes are intended to be highly digestible, so dogs get as much as possible from the food, leaving less 'waste'. We have ingredients that are also naturally high in fibre and help with stool formation - you'll hopefully see a difference in stools within a few days.
He will benefit from the higher protein content too - this will provide an ideal source of energy for him, as well as the rice, which is an easily digested carbohydrate.
I'd recommend introducing it slowly, over about 7-14 days, slowly increasing the ratio of old to new food. This will allow his digestive system to adjust and minimise any digestive upset which can be brought on by a sudden change of diet.
I hope he will enjoy the food and you'll see the benefits soon :-) I'd love to hear how he gets on!
Is this product suitable for both my 18 month collie and my 8 yr old retriever, or do I need different aged bags?
If your 8 year old retriever doesn't require a specific diet such as a lower calorie one (if they are slightly less active as they get older) then they can certainly both go on VioPet Adult Dog food.
Some senior diets have the addition of joint care ingredients such as glucosamine and chondroitin in low levels but I can see you already buy Yumove, which is perfect, as it will provide a much higher level of ingredients needed for joint health.
Does the food contain any glucosamine or any other joint friendly compounds?
Our current formulation doesn't contain any additional joint care supplements but we will be looking to expand our range of diets in the near future. Unfortunately, most diets with joint care ingredients don't contain enough to make a huge difference to dogs with existing problems, but they do help to maintain joint health as dogs age.
We have our own brand joint supplement called Joint Force which contains all of the key ingredients such as Green Lipped Mussel (a source of Chondroitin and Omega 3s), MSM and Glucosamine but also has Turmeric and Boswellia Serrata which are traditionally used for their anti-inflammatory properties. I've seen that Penny and Daisy are currently taking Previcox - if you wanted to add in a supplement, they could safely take Joint Force with their medication. We've got lots of customer reviews if you wanted to see how other people's dogs have got on with it :-).
I hope this helps!
Which country is the meat from and is the product made in England?
Both the freshly prepared turkey and the turkey meal are from UK farms, and the product itself is made in Lancashire, England.
Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Hi, could you tell me the size of kibble? I have 4 dogs, 1 being a smallish breed and very fussy, so not a lover of big kibble!
The VioPet Adult Turkey & Rice kibble are approximately 12mm x 5mm, so they're quite an average size for an adult kibble.
Here's a photo of the kibble next to a 5p coin. I hope this helps!
I have a greedy husky and a fussy terrier, and I'm really pleased that they've both been enjoying this food. Our staff dogs are chief tasters and VioPet food had to get past the picky ones too!