Diabetic-Diet Horse

  • The first vet food line with 100% human-grade quality of all ingredients
  • Regulates glucose supply (Diabetes m ellitus)
  • Balanced diet developed by veterinarians based on the FEDIAF guidelines
Art.No. 50301 ·€10.63 / 1 kg
6x 400g
Art.No. T50301 ·€10.31 / 1 kg
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Developed with veterinarians


Grain & gluten-free


100% human-grade quality of all ingredients


100% natural


Produced by master butchers


Horse muscle meat (60%), carrot*, courgette* (7%), potato*, broccoli*, celery* (3%), beetroot*, lupine grits* (2.2%), blueberries*(2%), mineral substances, rapeseed oil, desiccated coconut, coconut flour, artichoke leaves**, sage**, fenugreek**, cumin**, thyme**, ginseng**, oyster shell, seaweed**  *Sources of carbohydrate,  **dried

Nutritional additives/kg:

ComponentNutritional additives/kgFinal analysis
Vitamin A (3a672a)8749 IE2613 IE/kg
Vitamin D3 (3a671)340 IE616 IE/kg
Vitamin E (3a700)93 IE138 IE/kg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate)9,8 mg0,69 mg/100g
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)11 mg1,3 mg/100g
Vitamin B6 (3a831)3 mg310 µg/kg
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)28 ug58 µg/kg
Biotin (3a880)29 ug4,2 µg/100g
Pantothenic acid (3a841)24 mg3,1 mg/100g
Folic acid (3a316)1 mg156 µg/100g
Niacin (3a314)56 mg11,9 mg /100g
Copper (3b405)2 mg7,65 mg/kg
Manganese (3b503)10 mg23 mg/kg
Iodine (3b201)0,8 mg0,85 mg/kg
Zinc (3b603)20 mg65 mg/kg
Calcium1500 mg2823 mg/kg
Phosphorus200 mg1740 mg/kg
Chloride46,4 mg1,2 g/kg
Sodium30 mg0,2 g/100g
Magnesium298 mg/kg
Potassium2501 mg/kg
Iron28,89 mg/kg
Total sugar1,4 g/100g
Starch7 %

Meat : vegetables/fruit/herbs : other raw ingredients = 60% : 37% : 3%


Special purpose of the Diabetic Diet:
  • Regulates glucose supply (Diabetes mellitus)

Dogs suffering from diabetes need insulin for the rest of their lives. Their diet should also be such that the animal’s blood sugar level remains stable. The DIABETIC DIET menus contain exclusively pure, human-grade-quality muscle meat and forego grains. Highly digestible muscle meat is a source of healthy amino acids and omega 6 fatty acids without putting undue strain on the pancreas. All DIABETIC DIET menus contain elevated levels of natural crude fibre from vegetables, fruit, and herbs for a more regular transit time of the food through the intestines, thereby ensuring that nutrients are continuously released into the bloodstream. Another additive is blueberries, which are the subject of in-depth research and contain secondary plant substances – first and foremost anthocyanins – that play a supportive role in the fight against diabetes. Artichoke leaves, aloe vera, and cumin are known to keep the blood sugar level stable, prevent so-called “sugar peaks”, and have a positive impact on the cholesterol level. The fenugreek contained in these menus reduces blood sugar levels and is therefore considered antidiabetic. Lupines are also said to lower blood sugar while also providing valuable amino acids. Sage and thyme support the animal’s health by supplying a range of antioxidants and secondary plant substances. Ginseng is known for its positive effect on diabetes and ability to lower blood sugar.

Diabetes mellitus is a disease caused by an endocrine disorder. Diabetes is categorised into type 1 and type 2. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, while type 2 diabetes is characterised by a resistance against insulin, meaning the hormone’s efficacy is reduced or even eliminated. Type 1 diabetes typically presents in young animals with a genetic predisposition as well as in animals with a slender build. Type 2 diabetes is known as “adult-onset diabetes” and most commonly occurs in senior dogs as well as in overweight animals. In adipose patients, this type of diabetes may be reversible once the animal goes back to its normal weight. If insulin levels are too low or the hormone does not take full effect, the body’s cells cannot take up glucose, causing a massive rise in glucose levels in the blood. In addition to polydipsia (excessive drinking) and polyuria (excessive passage of urine), classic symptoms of diabetes include reduced physical performance, polyphagia (increased appetite), and later, cataracts. Possible triggers of diabetes include obesity, genetic predisposition, pancreatitis, and the administration of glucocorticoids. Today, however, excessive weight is considered one of the main causes for the increased incidence of so-called “sugar dogs”.

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Analytical components

Protein: 10.5 % fat content: 8.3 % crude fibre: 1.3 % crude ash: 1.1 % moisture: 71.8 %
MJ/kg: 5.9

Feeding recommendation

Terra Canis/24 h
5 kg
300 - 400 g
10 kg500 - 600 g
20 kg800 - 1000 g
30 kg1100 - 1400 g
These values are approximate.

Feeding duration:
Initially for up to 6 months. We recommend consulting a veterinarian before feeding your pet this product and before extending the duration of feeding.




Vorweg erstmal ein dickes Lob an den Kundenservice. Sehr gute Auskunft erhalten von Herrn Rosa und lieben Dank das es die Möglichkeit gab , das Futter zu testen. Mein Idefix ist sowas von begeistert und ich natürlich auch.Endlich ein Diabetiker Futter das gut schmeckt und riecht. Die Konsistenz unterscheidet sich zum normalen Futter überhaupt nicht. Gerade das liebt mein Hund . Diagnose vom Hund : Diabetes, Bauchspeicheldrüsenentzündung sowie Cushing Syndrom. Alter 12 , Rasse :Yorkshire- Terrine Gerade bei so einem Krankheitsbild ist es sehr wichtig ein gutes Futter zu verabreichen.Ich bin sprachlos wie positiv sich das Futter auf die BZ Werte zeigen. Konnte das Insulin deutlich reduzieren. Positiv ist auch das hierbei die Bauchspeicheldrüse geschont bleibt. Tolle Entwicklung von Terra Canis. Persönliche Empfehlung für diese Linie. Was ich aber auch sehr empfehlen kann ,ist die Getreide freie Linie sowie Low fat. Die Akzeptanz ist super. Kein Durchfall oder Allergien. Dankeschön und liebe grüße aus Düsseldorf

Elke , 16.06.2018