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Purina Veterinary Diets Canine DRM Dermatosis Dog Food

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Purina Veterinary Diets DRM Dermatosis canine dog food is a complete dietetic pet food for the support of skin function in cases of dermatosis and excessive loss of hair in dogs of all ages.

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

Purina DRM dog food is a clinical diet that helps manage canine dermatoses and to support the epidermal barrier, and aid any skin related issues in your dog.

This food offers a limited number of protein sources which helps reduce ingredient intolerances.


  • Helps support dogs with skin conditions
  • Limited, high quality, protein source
  • High Omega-3 content
  • Appropriate Omega-6 fatty acid levels
  • Antioxidant Vitamin A and E


Maize Starch, Rapeseed Meal, Pea Protein Concentrate, Dehydrated Herring Protein, Animal Fat, Digest, Minerals, Fish Oil, Rapeseed Oil.

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If you order by 12pm Monday to Friday, your order should be dispatched the same day. The order is dispatched by Fed-Ex next day delivery (excluding Saturday & Sunday), in some parts of the more remote parts of the country and offshore islands this can take up to two days. Pet toys and accessories and some treat products will be sent by UK Standard Delivery (£2.99 or FREE over £25), and will be sent separately if ordered with food items. Some Christmas food lines that are split from full outers will also come separate to the main food items.

*Free UK mainland delivery for orders over £25. Other areas delivered to and carriage charge.

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Scottish Highland and Offshore Islands



N. Ireland and Scilly isles



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