Royal Canin Vet Diet Sensitivity Control substitute?

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Royal Canin Vet Diet Sensitivity Control substitute?

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Does anyone know of any other foods a cat can eat that is similar to Royal Canin Vet Diet Sensitivity Control that doesn't need to be prescribed?
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is it the pouches you are after? Zooplus sell them http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cann ... iet/516254
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Kay wrote:is it the pouches you are after? Zooplus sell them http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cann ... iet/516254
Thanks Kay. I was just wondering if there was anything else he could eat. He doesn't fart as much on this stuff. :lol:
On Whiskas he has the smelliest farts ever! :o
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http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cann ... cks/531666

http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/cann ... cans/62683

I haven't tried the Integra, but mine like the JWB, and it has good reviews
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Not sure on the sensitive side, but I use Kattovit renal rather than RC. Depends why your cat needs it
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booktigger wrote:Not sure on the sensitive side, but I use Kattovit renal rather than RC. Depends why your cat needs it
He tends to get loose stools on whiskas. Changed him to JWB and it was a bit better but still had bad farts. Tried him on the RC sensitive stuff and that seemed to help alot. He doesn't fart as much and his stools seem darker and firmer. This wasn't prescribed by the wet, just some pouches I had left over from previous cat with issues. So was wondering if there was anything else he could try.
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It could well be related to the balance of fibre. Look out for a brand with a similar level of fibre which is 1% on the food you use. Our Boo has had great success with probiotics too which might help. Not sure which wet brands use it though as she is on dry food.
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