THERAPEUTIC

The comprehensive line of adult dog food from iVet is precisely balanced and formulated to meet the varying nutritional needs of a wide range of sizes, breeds and lifestyles. Because a dog’s nutritional needs depend on a number of unique factors, it’s important to find food that optimizes health at any adult age.

  • SPECIFIC

    Canine Weight Reduction

    1-7 Years


    Starts at: 20.95

    Subscribe & Save: 19.90

  • SPECIFIC

    Canine Digestive Support

    1-7 Years


    Starts at: 24.95

    Subscribe & Save: 23.70

  • SPECIFIC

    Canine Heart & Kidney Support

    1-7 Years


    Starts at: 26.95

    Subscribe & Save: 25.60

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Therapeutic Nutrition

For dogs with specific digestive and/or nutritional needs,
iVet offers a line of therapeutic foods.

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DOG TREATS

  • Healthy Rewards

    Canine Low Fat Treats

    1-7 Years


    Starts at: 4.99

  • Canine EpiTreats

    Allergy Treats

    1-7 Years


    Starts at: 7.99

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In July 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted pet owners and veterinary professionals about reports of canine-dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain pet foods containing peas, lentils, other legumes, or potatoes as main ingredients. These cases were unusual because DCM was reported in breeds not typically associated with the disease.

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

We’ve all got that go-to pack of gum or tin of mints that we can turn to in a pinch, right? That’s because – for all of us – having good breath is an important part of everyday life. But what about your pet(s)? What should we do about their breath? Their dental health?

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