5 Reasons to Talk With Your Veterinarian About Prescription Pet Food
Learn more about prescription pet food, recommended by veterinarians to help support a variety of pet health conditions.
The nutrition your pet receives fuels their overall health. Here are five reasons to consider condition-specific prescription pet food, the dog and cat food recommended by vets, available from ValleyVet.com.
- Tailored nutritional support
- Tasty, condition-specific diets
- Research-backed recipes
- Thoughtfully, scientifically curated
- Overall peace of mind
Specific pet health conditions can benefit from, and may even require, tailored nutritional support from prescription pet food. The recipes (there are many!) are delectable and thoughtfully developed to help nutritionally manage certain pet health conditions cats and dogs can experience at any age in life.
You are your pet’s ultimate caregiver, ensuring they receive everything they need at any time of day or night. With therapeutic pet food, you can help manage many pet health conditions with recipes supporting: dental health, digestive health, urinary tract health, joint mobility, weight management and kidney health.
Prescription pet food diets are formulated specifically to meet unique nutritional needs, often with innovative ingredients backed by the latest research in pet nutrition, with both wet and dry pet food options to select from.
The science behind Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets represents a collaboration among nutritionists, researchers and veterinarians.
You offer your pets the very best in preventive health care, treats, toys, love and affection. Have peace of mind knowing their prescription cat food and prescription dog food offers them researched, therapeutic nutritional support for their unique pet health and dietary needs. Your pets rely on you, and you can always rely on veterinarian-founded Valley Vet Supply for trusted solutions and fast shipping.
Speak with your veterinarian to learn which prescription pet food formula is recommended to best support your cat or dog’s nutritional needs. Prescription pet food requires authorization from your veterinarian. You can conveniently provide your pet’s name and veterinary clinic information during checkout, and our pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are glad to contact your veterinarian before processing your order.