Day after day, wellbeing for your dog.
The dog, a social animal par excellence, has followed in the footsteps of men, adapting to their lives and becoming a companion in all its aspects, from adapting to human living habits to eating habits.
For these reasons, the dog cannot be comparable to the wild wolf and therefore needs a balanced diet in its formulation.
Every dog has different dietary requirements depending on its state of health, age, level of daily motor and play activity, genetic factors, pathologies and much more.
An adequate diet is the first ally in supporting your four-legged friends by helping to improve their lives, whether in acute, chronic or sporadic cases, although it does not replace targeted therapies.
A veterinary diet is preferable in cases of
- dermatological pathologies
- gastrointestinal pathologies
- metabolic pathologies
- urinary pathologies
- food intolerances
and other situations to be investigated with the veterinarian.
We use officinal herbs and plants to meet the increasingly specific needs of our faithful four-legged friends, preserving their health and wellbeing.
Its administration has shown excellent efficacy in supporting normal ossification by promoting calcium deposition in the bone.
Rich in antioxidants, it contributes to the physiological mechanisms for protecting liver cells.
Source of fermentable fibre, it contributes to the balance of intestinal flora and the correct absorption of nutrients.
Rich in antioxidants and bitter substances, which have a positive effect on digestion and support the physiological processes of liver protection and repair.
Its active ingredients have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Rich in tannins and antioxidants, it promotes normalisation of the mucous membrane and contractility of the intestine, strengthening the organism.
Tonic-adaptogenic activity, it enables the body to respond better to external stimuli.
Rich in minerals, Omega 3 and Omega 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Its mucilage has emollient and anti-inflammatory properties.
Rich in vitamins, Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids, with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity.
Its active ingredients counteract oxidative stress by helping to control cholesterol and blood sugar levels, preventing various cardiovascular diseases.
Its extracts have antioxidant activity on cartilage, as well as being anti-inflammatory and gastroprotective.
It has effects of balancing intestinal flora and contributes to digestive function.
It has properties that help the body to relieve nervousness, also facilitating rest.
It has significant anti-inflammatory and soothing properties.
It has positive properties on the liver, thanks to its protective action and by improving digestive function.
It has properties that promote the physiological maintenance of wellbeing.
It has a relaxing and soothing action and is recommended as a support for reducing discomfort and tension.
Rich source of anthocyanins, antioxidant molecules par excellence, and tannins which contribute to the balance of intestinal flora.
Rich in vitamin C, thanks to its proanthocyanins, it seems to prevent bacterial adhesion to the mucous membranes of the urinary tract.
Its fruits contain a large quantity of antioxidant factors and a high content of Omega-3 fatty acids, which have a marked protective activity.
The new completely vegetable, ethical and tasty V.E.G. line includes food formulated only with vegetable ingredients, ideal for those looking for an ethical and tasty product.
Why a plant-based diet?
Vegetarian and vegan choices are now well-established, and more and more people are embracing this lifestyle for ethical or health reasons, or simply out of curiosity.
More and more owners are choosing to feed their dogs and cats a diet that respects these principles, which can also help to meet specific nutritional needs.
Although, as is well known, dogs and cats are animals whose ancestors are carnivores, in certain situations resorting to a plant-based diet can be of real help to them.
Particularly when other foods, containing meat or animal derivatives, can trigger disturbances of various kinds, skin or intestinal, but also where specific diets and the use of hydrolysates have not brought results, the use of a plant-based diet, even if only for a certain period of time, has proved to be decidedly effective in many cases.
Ask our veterinarian for advice, she will be on hand to answer your questions, clarify your doubts and suggest the most suitable Marpet product for your four-legged friend's needs!