For adult dogs with joint problems

ProCare Croque Veterinary Diet Mobility is an extruded food for adult dogs with joint and mobility problems. This complete dietetic food contains nutrients which positively influence the dog's joints and mobility and contribute to a healthy skin and shiny coat.

Supports the joints
Ingredients such as glucosamine, chondroitin, beta-glucans, gelatin hydrolysate and salmon oil support the joints and ensure a smooth movement system
Healthy weight
Limited energy content reduces the risk of obesity, L-carnitine supports fat metabolism
Improves mobility
The combination of specially selected ingredients such as glucosamine and gelatin hydrolysate support muscle and joint mobility

Nutritional Information

  • Composition
  • Directions
  • Amount per day
  • Transfer
Analysis
Moisture8.0%
Crude protein22.0%
Crude fat13.5%
Crude ash6.0%
Crude fibre3.5%
Carbohydrates47.0%
Essential fatty acids, total3.0%
Omega 3 fatty acid EPA0.35%
Vitamin E0.05%
Minerals
Calcium1.0%
Phosphorus0.7%
Potassium0.8%
Magnesium0.1%
Sodium0.15%
Energy content
3975 kcal/kg
Composition: 

Dehydrated poultry, rice, maize, barley, dried beetroot pulp, linseed oil, fish oil (3.7%), rice bran, hydrolyzed collagen protein (2.5%), yeast, linseed, animal fat (poultry), hydrolysed chicken liver, potassium chloride, extract from crustaceans and molluscs (source of glucosamine) (0.15%), yeast extract (source of bèta-glucan) (0.08%), chondroitine sulphate (0.01%).

Available in: 
2 kg
7,5 kg

The food can be given dry. No further preparation is needed. Always make sure to provide fresh drinking water at room temperature. Divide the daily ration of ProCare Croque Veterinary Diet MOBILITY into at least two meals a day. If you want to give your adult dog an additional treat, offer it Prins TotalCare Complete for one or more consecutive days. The healthy and natural fresh meat meal for your dog. Supplemented foods are not recommended. The particular dietary objective is to support the metabolism of the joints in the event of osteoarthritis. Dietary characteristics: high content of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. Recommended use: initially no more than 3 months. It is recommended to consult a veterinarian before use or when extending the use. ProCare Croque Veterinary Diet MOBILITY is particularly suited for adult dogs suffering from joint and mobility problems. Mix for a period of seven days the new food with the old food until the transfer is complete.

 

Storage advice
Keep the food cool and dry and close the packaging after use. Tip: use a properly lockable storage drawer and clean it well before opening a new package. Keep these packaging details to know exactly which food to give your dog!

  Low activity
Moderate activity High activity
Body weight (kg) Recommended amount (grams/day) Recommended amount (grams/day) Recommended amount (grams/day)
2.5 50 60 80
5 85 105 135
10 140 175 230
15 190 240 310
20 235 295 385
25 280 350 455
30 320 400 525
35 360 450 585
40 400 500 650
45 435 545 710
50 470 590 765
60 540 675 880
70 605 760 985
80 670 840 1090

Switching from one extruded food to another
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A. When you are switching from a different brand of extruded (expanded) kibble to ours, you can mix the foods for a while until you have switched over. Mix an increasing amount of the new food into the old over a period of 7 days until you have switched completely. Occasionally switching to another food may result in slightly different feces. However, this is completely harmless. You could also opt for switching using frozen raw meat (see switching guideline section C).

Switching from a pressed food to a extruded (expanded) variety*
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B. When you are switching your pet from pressed kibble to one of Prins's extruded (expanded) varieties, we recommend an instant changeover instead of a period of mixing. Occasionally switching to another food may result in slightly different feces. However, this is completely harmless. You could also opt for switching using frozen raw meat (see switching guideline section C). Pressed kibble is a condensed food with less volume than the extruded type.

C. Switching to a new type of kibble is also possible by using frozen raw meat. In this case, offer your dog a frozen raw meat meal such as Prins TotalCare Super Active Complete for one week. This will ensure an optimal recovery of the intestinal flora. After a week of feeding only raw meat you can switch to the new kibble instantly, without a mixing period.

If your dog has never tried raw meat before, we recommend slighty cooking the meat for the first two days in order to give the intestinal tract some time to adjust. After two days you can serve the thawed meat at room temperature.

Has your dog never tried kibble before and would you like to switch from raw meat meals to pressed or extruded kibble? Then you can follow the switching guideline in section B (an instant changeover).

100% natural food

Our specially composed dietetic foods have been scientifically proven, and developed in collaboration with veterinarians, scientists and universities. They are completely safe for your pet, even when used for longer periods of time.