RC develops tailor-made nutritional programs designed to provide the best suited response to dogs’ specific needs.
For dogs under treatment, we have developed a range of dietary foods which takes into account the risks associated to the dog's main pathology.
A low carbohydrate intake lowers postprandial blood glucose
Mixed cereals of low glycaemic index (corn) enables control of postprandial hyperglycaemia
Dietary fibre slows small intestinal digestion and improves glycaemic control in diabetic dogs
Diabetes mellitus promotes oxidative stress, which in turn favours the development of the diabetes-associated chronic complications (Opara 2002). A high level of antioxidants helps combat this
meat and animal derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, cereals (maize), oils and fats, minerals, vitamins