Cunipic Vetline
Vetline

SPECIAL DIET FERRETS SKIN SUPPORT

DESCRIPTION:
A complete food for small exotic carnivores with skin and cutaneous appendage problems.
Suitable for those pathological symptoms affecting the skin and skin appendages. SKIN SUPPORT is a dietary food with fresh ingredients including mainly lean chicken
and whole fresh eggs (produced on local farms), white fish in powdered form and easy to digest carbohydrates. Using low-temperature processing methods, the fresh ingredients are slowly boiled to preserve their flavour and natural properties. A mixture of pure medicinal plants containing everything your pet needs for a thick, shiny coat is added to this high-quality formula. The medicinal plants added, such as Galium, birch and fucus are well known for their ability to positively influence the healing process from
some illnesses, including eczema, hair loss, alopecia, skin inflammation, dandruff and different allergies. They act as an anti-parasitic and have an anti-inflammatory effect.
The formula improves the organism’s immunity and improvesthe skin and hair renewal process. The long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids modulate and control cutaneous inflammatory reactions. The antioxidant synergy complex reduces oxidative stress and counters the effects of free radicals. Due to its natural character, the preparation is
suitable for long-term use, and with physiological diets of long-hair adult animals.


COMPOSITION:
Food based on fresh poultry with high biological value protein. Fresh chicken meat, rice, animal fat (chicken), corn, fish flour, corn gluten, brewer’s yeast,dehydrated egg, hydrolysed chicken liver, flax seed, oligosaccharides (fructo and mono), monocalcium phosphate, trace elements, vitamins, sodium and potassium chloride, olive oil, it also contains plant extracts (poly phenols and flavonoids), yucca extract, l-taurine, l-lysine, dl-methionine, goldenrod (solidago virgaurea l.), stinging nettle (urtica dioica l.), spirulina (arthrospira platensis), sea buckthorn (hippophaë rhamnoides l.), bladder wrack (focus vesiculosus), yellow bedstraw (galium verum l.), burdock (arctium minus bernh.), dandelion (taraxacum officinale (l.) weber), mare’s tail (equisetum pratense ehrh.), herb santa (artemisia absinthium l.), red clover (trifolium pratense l.), german
chamomile (matricaria recutita l.), scotch marigold (calendula officinalis l.), mauve (malva mauritiana).

MAIN ACTIVE COMPONENTS:
❚ CALENDULA (Calendula officinalis),
❚ BLADDERWRACK (Focus vesiculosus)
❚ SAINT JOHN’S WORT (Galium verum L.)
❚ GERMAN CHAMOMILE (Matricaria recutita L.)
❚ COMMON NETTLE (Urtica dioica L.)
❚ GOLDENROD
❚ LESSER BURDOCK
❚ CHICKEN
❚ DRIED EGGS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
For correct use, follow exactly the instructions provided by your veterinarian. At the start of the treatment, mix in a 50/50 ratio with the animal’s normal food for 10 days,
after which you can provide the new diet in whatever ratio you wish. In the case of acute disorders, and assuming that the animal’s normal food is part of the CUNIPIC
physiological range, you can provide this new diet from day one.The duration of treatment is determined by the individual animal’s pathology. From the time cutaneous disorders appear, an initial treatment of 2 months is recommended in order to obtain visible results. In the case of chronic disorders, cutaneous dietary treatment can be
provided for life.
ENSURE THAT THE ANIMAL ALWAYS HAS CLEAN FRESH WATER AVAILABLE.

INDICATIONS:
❚ Atopic dermatitis
❚ Ichthyosis
❚ Support of skin function (dermatosis, hair loss)
❚ Pyoderma - Skin healing
❚ Symptoms in relation to external parasitic diseases,
such as mange, fleas and ticks
❚ Ringworm or other fungal infections of the skin or
appendages
❚ External otitis
❚ Works on the generation of new hair follicles during
adrenal disease (in connection with surgery or medical
treatment)
❚ Life-long treatment for species with long or particular
hair, such as angora ferrets.
❚ During moulting

CONTRA-INDICATIONS:
❚ Pregnancy
❚ Breast feeding
❚ Hyperlipidaemia
❚ Pancreatitis, or with a history of pancreatitis episodes