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Advance Democare is designed for dogs with dietary sensitivity. Advance contains a unique blend of ingredients which increase the level of antioxidants in all dog breeds, which are essential for cellular repair and helps strengthen the immune system. Its patented combination of fermentable fibres acts as prebiotic promoting healthy bacteria in the gut, resulting in fewer and firmer stools. Advance Dermocare contains glucosamine, Chondroitin sulphate and omega 3 which help manage joint health. Advance has been specifically designed to promote dental health. It reduces tartar build-up and gives a healthier mouth for your pet by feeding these kibbles daily, in conjunction with a regular scale and polish by a veterinarian. It also helps improve skin and coat condition of your pet with its enhanced levels of zinc and linoleic acids, helping your pet look its best. Alternate sources of high quality fish proteins along with increased levels of Omega 3 fatty acids and a synergistic vitamin cocktail are beneficial in the management of skin sensitivity.
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    • Advice Care
      Remember to have clean, fresh water available for your dog at all times.
    • Benefits
      Alternative sources of high quality fish proteins along with increased levels of Omega 3 fatty acids and a synergistic vitamin cocktail are beneficial in the management of skin sensitivity. Helps maintain urinary tract health feeding studies have clinically proven advance reduces the risk of lower urinary tract disease (lutd), with controlled levels of minerals and high digestibility, to promote the production of increased volumes of slightly acidic urine. Australian pets need to rehydrate more regularly to manage optimal water turnover. Studies have shown supplementing the diet with additional zinc and linoleic acid helps improve skin and coat condition. Enhanced coat lustre and softness helps your pet look their best. Advance contains a unique blend of vitamin c, vitamin e, beta carotene, taurine and plant extracts containing carotenoids (lycopene and lutein) to help strengthen the immune system. These selected ingredients have been clinically proven to increase the level of antioxidants in your pet which is essential for your pet?s cellular repair and are a natural defence against Australia?s harsh climatic conditions. Nutrifibre helps produce smaller firmer stools with its patented combination of fermentable fibre (beet pulp, fos ? fructo-oligosaccharides) that acts as a prebiotic which promotes healthy bacteria (bifidobacteria, lactobacillus) in the gut, resulting in fewer, firmer stools.
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Suitable for all breeds over 1 year of age
    • Brand
      Advance
    • Ingredients
      Rice, Maize Gluten, Maize, Chicken Fat, Tuna, Pilchards, Natural Flavour (Chicken), Beet Pulp, Iodised Salt, Sunflower Oil, Potassium Chloride, Inulin, Choline Chloride, Histadine, Inositol, Dicalcium Phosphate, Plant Extracts (Tomato Powder, Marigold Meal), Taurine, Vitamin E, Vitamin B3, Zinc Sulphate, Vitamin C, Citric Acid, Calcium Carbonate, Beta-Carotene, Antioxidants, Iron Sulphate, Vitamin B5, Copper Sulphate, Vitamin A, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B12, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin B1, Selenium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9.
    • Health Benefits
      Sensitive
    • Life Stage
      Adult
    • Flavour
      Chicken
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    Customer Reviews(6)

    • Bianca says... I have a Border Collie that had lots of skin irritation problems and since changing to this food, he has had no skin issues. He is also quite fussy with his food but loves this dry food!
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    • Angela says... I have a great dane who licks at her paws a lot and a wolfhound who has a sensitive stomach (has had bouts of stomach issues). I tried them both on this food and symptoms did not occur at all during this time. Took them off to test it and issues came back, so I got my second big bag today! Seemed to work fairly quickly so I wasn't sure at first if it was the food or coincidence, but it appears to be the food.
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    • Tara says... I have a boxer with dry skin issues. I was using a cheaper brand of dog food but my dog was suffering so I made the switch to Advance Dermocare. It takes a little while to see the changes can be seen now after around 3 months.
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    • Lisa says... I have a 1 year old Staffy that has a lot of skin issues including dermatitis and a sensitive stomach. Since changing to this food his skin has improved greatly, although he still needs mediated shampoos he has no where near as many flare ups! I couldn't believe how much just a change of dry food could make!
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    • Celeste says... I have a black Labrador. I started him on the puppy growth plus and then had him on the large breed adult. They were both great but he seemed to have alot of skin irritations. So I changed him to the dermo, his skin cleared and everyone comments on how shiny his coat is. I highly recommend this.
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    • Ben says... I have a Mini Schnauzer, and after the first bag of Dermo, i had noticed a huge improvement in the colour and consistency of Cody's coat. i love it so much and he does too!
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