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Veterinary Diet Dog Food


PetCulture is here to make sure you have a happy and healthy dog, thanks to these veterinary diet dog food options. These specially formulated dog foods are designed to help with a range of conditions, from weight management to food allergies. 

For skin, urinary, kidney and digestive issues you can’t go past our array of veterinary dog foods. The specially formulated brands are designed to assist with a range of conditions. Get the best for your dog with our range of prescription dog foods.

What health issues can veterinary food help with?

Before selecting a veterinary diet dog food it’s best to check with your vet what brands are suited to your dogs specific needs.

Some issues that prescription dog food can help with:

  • Weight control
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Kidney and renal health
  • Skin and coat
  • Cardiac health
  • Hepatic

What Health Issues Can Veterinary Diet Dog Food Help With?

Veterinary dog food is designed to make your life easier—and keep your dog happier and healthier. Prescription dog food can help with kidney and renal health, skin and coat health, cardiac health, hepatic health, dental care, and so much more. 

If your dog suffers from a food allergy, they can get all the nutritional support they need with delicious prescription dog food. Hypoallergenic dog food is specially formulated with hydrolysed protein with a low molecular weight to ensure their food is safe for them to eat. 

Struggling with a little bit of a poochy paunch? Excess weight can lead to heart and mobility problems and many other health issues. Thankfully, special low-fat diet dog food can help! We have weight management dog food designed to help dogs lose weight.

Prescription Dog Food from Leading Expert Brands

We’ve got veterinary dog food from some of the leading expert dog food brands, including Royal Canin and Hill’s. These brands have worked closely with leading scientific and veterinary experts to create formulas that target a range of dog health issues. 

Before selecting vet diet dog food, check with your vet or book a VetChat to find out what brands would work best for your dog’s specific needs. Beware that prescription dog food should only be used under the recommendation of your dog’s vet. Browse online at PetCulture today.