Support your dog's sensitive digestion with the nourishing PRO PLAN Sensitive Digestion Grain Free recipe, designed to help them thrive. By replacing grains with cassava and other ingredients, we offer a wider range of products suitable for sensitive digestion.
Purina PRO PLAN Sensitive Digestion Grain-Free dry dog food features high-quality turkey pieces as the primary ingredient, along with other easily digestible ingredients to facilitate the digestive process. This formula also includes prebiotics, scientifically proven to increase bifidobacteria for a healthier gut microflora balance. Additionally, it contains bentonite, a natural clay that supports good stool quality. With a high protein content, this food aids in maintaining strong muscles and optimal body conditions.
Tailored for adult dogs of medium and large breeds weighing more than 10 kg, Purina PRO PLAN Sensitive Digestion Grain-Free MEDIUM&LARGE ADULT dry dog food is developed to provide optimal nutrition. It includes essential vitamin D and minerals to support strong, healthy teeth. Abundant in high-quality turkey, this food delivers the necessary nourishment to fuel your dog's adventures from 12-24 months (depending on size) until 7 years of age. After this period, transitioning to the Age Defence recipe is recommended.
Discover the remarkable benefits that SENSITIVE DIGESTION GRAIN FREE products can provide, enhancing your dog's health and overall well-being. If you wish to introduce some variety into your dog's diet, explore the range of PRO PLAN recipes available, each offering additional benefits. For example, you can opt for Chicken in Everyday Nutrition or Salmon in Sensitive Skin products. Please note that these recipes are produced in a facility where grains are handled.
See the table for recommended daily feeding amounts. These amounts are guidelines only. To help keep your dog in an ideal body condition, adjust according to your dog’s activity level, physical condition and individual needs. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times. To monitor your dog’s health, consult a veterinary surgeon regularly.
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|Body weight (kg)
||Less than 1h activity