The first six months are the "main growth phase". They require high quality protein and nutrients.

The next 6- 12 months require a reduced protein content to help prevent any growth disorders.

Now fully grown, finding the right diet to match their energy requirements is key. 

Now in old age, diets with a lower fat and phosphorus are needed.

Happy Dog

Vet Intestinal

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  • Friendly to the stomach and intestines
  • Easily digestible 
  • Strengths the intestinal flora
  • Reduced fat content

Happy Dog VET Diet Intestinal is used to regulate acute and chronic gastrointestinal disorders. The main features of this diet are the particularly highly-digestible ingredients and a moderate fat content. This effectively reduces stress on the digestive system. Valuable dietary fibre promotes the growth of an optimum intestinal flora balance and holds water to stabilise the consistency of the stools. The chamomile and coriander ingredients contained in the Natural Life Concept¨ are traditionally used to supplement conventional treatments for gastrointestinal problems.

Dietary food for adult dogs with acute and chronic gastrointestinal diseases.

The highly-digestible dietary food has a moderate fat content which reduces stress on the digestive tract in dogs with acute and chronic gastrointestinal diseases and facilitates nutrient uptake. Dietary fibre stabilises the stools and strengthens the intestinal flora. As it contains no gluten or grain, this recipe is suitable even for sensitive dogs.


Potato flakes (at least 45%), lamb protein * (10.5%), rabbit protein * (10.5%), salmon flour (10.5%), poultry fat, potato protein *, beet molasses escalope * (sugar-free), liver hydrolysate, sunflower oil, apple pomace * (1%), cellulose, dried whole egg, rapeseed oil, potassium chloride, flaxseed (0.4%), sodium chloride, cranberries *, yeast *, seaweed *, mussel meat * (0.04%), yucca schidigera *, yeast (extracted) *, Milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion, ginger, birch leaves, nettle, chamomile (0.015%), coriander (0.015%), rosemary, sage, liquorice root, thyme (total dry herbs: 0.15%); *) dried

Analytical components

Crude protein 26.0%, crude fat 13.0%, crude fibre 2.0%, crude ash 7.5%, calcium 1.4%, sodium 0.45%, potassium 0.95%, magnesium 0.1%, phosphorus 1 .05%, chlorides 1.1%, sulphur 0.3%, omega-6 fatty acids 2.8%, omega-3 fatty acids 0.5%

Additives Vitamins / kg:

vitamin A (3a672a) 12000 IU, vitamin D3 (E671) 1000 IU, vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 75 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 4 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 6 mg , Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, biotin (D (+) - biotin 3a880) 575 mcg, pantothenic acid (calcium D-pantothenate 3a841) 10 mg, niacin (3a314) 40 mg, vitamin B12 70 mcg, choline chloride (3a890 ) 60 mg, antioxidants, tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 1b306 (i). Trace elements / kg: iron (E1, iron (II) sulfate, monohydrate) 110 mg, copper (E4, copper (II) sulfate, pentahydrate) 10 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603 110 mg, amino acid zinc chelate, hydrate 3b606 25 mg) 135 mg, manganese (E5, manganese (II) oxide) 25 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202) 2 mg, selenium (E8, sodium selenite) 0.15 mg

Feeding recommendation
Ideal weight adult dog Normal requirement adult dog (g / 24h) Normal requirement for young dogs 6th - 12th month of life * (g / 24h)
2 kg 44 g 55 g
3.5 kg 68 g 85 g
5 kg 88 g 110 g
7.5 kg 120 g 150 g
10 kg 149 g 185 g
15 kg 200 g 250 g
20 kg 251 g 310 g
25 kg 295 g 365 g
30 kg 340 g 420 g
35 kg 380 g 470 g
40 kg 420 g 530 g
45 kg 455 g 575 g
50 kg 495 g 620 g
60 kg 570 g 700 g
70 kg 640 g 780 g
80 kg 700 g 860 g


* Between months 12-15, the amount of food should be slowly reduced to the recommended daily amount for the "normal adult dog needs" in accordance with the decreasing energy requirement.

For mixed feeding, please note:
150g wet food corresponds to 33g dry food.

Additional information:
It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before feeding and before weaning. Offer water for free consumption. For an optimal effect only the diet should be fed. Additional food should be discussed with the treating veterinarian. Unless otherwise recommended by the vet, offer several small meals per day. The amount of feed must be adapted to the individual metabolism of the animal and may have to be reduced or increased in moderation over the course of the day.

Recommended feeding time:
3 - 12 weeks, in the case of chronic insufficiency of the pancreas for life.