Hendersonville Veterinary Hospital

1001 Greenville Highway
Hendersonville, NC 28792

(828)692-0561

hendersonvillevets.com

Diet and Nutrition

Counseling
Some pets require special food, and all pets benefit from a balanced diet. Our trained and certified staff is available to help you choose the right diet for your pet to keep him or her happy, healthy and active.

Maintenance Diets
We carry a variety of feline and canine, dry and canned, maintenance diets by Royal Canin.

Prescription Diets
There are an amazing variety of prescription diets available for specific health issues for both canines and felines. Some examples are:

For Arthritis, Royal Canin Mobility Support is packed with EPA and DHA, anti-inflammatory fatty acids that support healthy joints. It also has glycosaminoglycans, which are components of cartilage and antioxidants to support a healthy immune system. Many owners will see a rapid change in their dog's mobility and comfort level.

For Diabetes, Royal Canin Glycobalance has a combination of prebiotics and both soluble and insoluble fibers that help minimize glucose fluctuations. It is formulated to help support healthy post-prandial blood glucose levels.

For weight loss, Royal Canin Satiety Support has high levels of protein and fiber which helps pets feel fuller for longer periods of time. It is supplemented with L-carnitine to help facilitate healthy weight loss and maintain lean body mass.

For urinary problems, Royal Canin SO is formulated to help prevent and dissolve struvite cystals in urine.

For gastrointestinal related problems or sensitve stomach, Royal Canin offers several different Gastrointestinal diets. These diets are formulated with prebiotics, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. They also contain Zeolite, a natural mineral that binds toxins and extra water in the gut.

While our clinic is mainly stocked with Royal Canin prescription and maintenance diets, we also offer some Science Diet and Iams foods. To determine the best option for your pet take time to discuss your needs and/or concerns with your veterinarian.