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Purina Veterinary Diets Canine Kidney Function NF Dog Food Mousse 12 x 400g

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Purina Veterinary Diets NF Kidney Function is a complete dietetic pet food for the support of renal function in chronic case of renal insufficiency in adult dogs.

Please note that all food items will be sent separately from other goods ordered.

Clinical diet to help manage chronic renal failure in dogs. Contains low phosphorus to help protect against renal damage, with fatty acids to help reduce renal inflammation and reduced levels of high quailty protein.

  • Helps support dogs with chronic renal failure
  • Reduced phosphorus levels
  • Low levels of high quality protein
  • Added potassium and low sodium
  • Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids

* We don't sell food to non-UK addresses
** Includes N.Ireland, Scottish Highlands, UK Offshore Islands, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles


UK, Channel Islands, N Ireland, Highlands and Islands - Standard delivery arrives 2-3 days after dispatch or for heavy parcels Courier next day after dispatch Mon-Thu.
Europe - Royal Mail International Services or Courier arrives 7-10 days after dispatch.


Express delivery arrives 1-2 days after dispatch or for heavy parcels Courier 1-2 days after dispatch Mon-Thu.


Non-Food - Light parcels, delivered Tue-Fri, signature required or for heavy parcels Courier next day Mon-Thu delivery after dispatch^.
Food Mainland UK - If ordered before 12pm, next day courier delivery.
Food Other UK - Two day courier delivery service.

^ Please note - Items usually dispatched within 24 - 72 hours.

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  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

We have used this product for about 4 months now, it has transformed the energy of Willow an elderly english setter. she is more alert now.

Vet medic is the place to purchase this foos as it saved us 30% on what the local vet was going to charge.

Charles Boulton