1. Where are your products made?

Our dry food and supplemental treats are produced in our own factory „AKVATERA LT, UAB“ located in Lithuania.


2. Do you have any quality certificates?

Yes, our products is manufactured according to standards ISO 9001 of the quality management system. The company has also implemented the environmental management system in compliance with ISO 14001. Besides, AKVATERA LT, UAB has implemented the food (feed) safety management system complying with standard ISO 22000. AKVATERA LT, UAB has been issued the state veterinary surveillance number, i.e. marking LT 35-103 that confirms compliance with animal health and welfare.


3. How to store Nature's Protection products?

Store Nature's Protection products in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once opened, wet food should be refrigerated and used within a few days.


4. Do your products contain any artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives?

No, Nature's Protection dry food products are free from artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives, and are made using only high-quality, natural ingredients.




5. What is Microzeogen and why it is used in your products?

It is clinoptilolite of volcanic origin from nature. It acts as an antioxidant and removes toxins, heavy metals, and viruses from the pet's body, when it is detoxified the body is cleaned and ready to absorb the antioxidants, vitamins and minerals into the body. This natural mineral has a number of benefits for pets, including helping to improve digestion, reduce the risk of hairballs, and support the immune system.


6. Are your products suitable for pets with food sensitivities or allergies?

Yes, Nature's Protection offers a range of products specifically formulated for pets with food sensitivities or allergies, including grain-free and hypoallergenic options.


7. What does "supplemental treats" mean?

Supplemental treats composition is equivalent to a supplement and can be used as treats. They have a wetter and softer texture than usual ones. Wetter products reveal more natural aroma, making it especially popular with even the most discerning pets. Supplemental treats are snacks that are given in addition to a pet's regular diet to provide additional nutrition or for training purposes.


8. What is the protein source in Nature's Protection pet food?

The protein source in Nature's Protection pet food varies depending on the product, but includes high-quality animal proteins such as white fish, lamb, salmon, herring, insects, poultry.


9. Can I give my pet table scraps or human food?

No, it is generally not recommended to feed your pet table scraps or human food, as this can lead to digestive upset, obesity, and other health issues.


10. How many treats should I give to my dog each day?

The recommended amount of treats will depend on your dog's size, age, and activity level. As a general rule, treats should not exceed 10% of your dog's daily caloric intake.


11. Is a feed supplement necessary?

Yes, feed supplements can be helpful in providing additional nutrients that may not be present in your pet's regular diet. For example, if your pet is a picky eater or has specific health concerns, a supplement may help fill any nutritional gaps.


12. How do I choose the right food for my pet?

When choosing a pet food, it's important to consider your pet's age, breed, and any specific health concerns. Look for high-quality ingredients, including a named protein source as the first ingredient.


13. How often should I feed my pet?

The amount of food your pet needs will depend on their size, age, and activity level. Puppies and kittens may require more frequent feedings than adult pets.


14. How do I transition my pet to a new food?

To avoid burden digestive system, it is recommended to gradually transition your pet to a new food over the course of 7-10 days, mixing increasing amounts of the new food with decreasing amounts of the old food. All the feeding guidelines are showed on each packaging.




15. How can I prevent urinary problems for my pet?

You can try specialized diet like Nature's Protection Urinary Care to help support your pet's urinary health. Additionally, make sure your pet always has access to fresh water and encourage them to drink more water to help maintain their urinary tract health.


16. How can I prevent my pet from gaining too much weight?

A pet is considered overweight or obese if their body weight is 10-20% higher than their ideal weight. It is very important to feed your pet appropriate portion sizes and limit high-calorie treats. Stick to the shown feeding guideline on the packaging. For more precise intake use Nature‘s Protection measuring scoop. Also provide regular exercise and playtime to keep your pet active.


17. What kind of food should I choose for my senior pet?

Senior pets need a diet that is lower in calories, but still provides adequate protein and essential nutrients. Nature's Protection offers a range of senior pet foods that are formulated to meet the specific needs of older pets. These foods are usually lower in calories, but higher in fiber and joint-supporting nutrients such as glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate.


18. Why does my dog have tear stains and what can I do about it?

Tear stains are caused by excessive tearing, which can be due to a variety of factors such as allergies, infections, or blocked tear ducts. The most important part seeking the effective result is balanced nutrition, so try useNature's Protection Superior Care line, which is formulated to help reduce tear staining. Additionally, try regularly using skin and coat care products.


19. What should I do if my cat has hairballs?

Hairballs are a common issue for cats, and can be managed by feeding your cat a diet high in fiber. You can help prevent hairballs by brushing your cat regularly to remove loose hair. Also you can try giving complementary feed Nature's Protection Anti-Hairball Malt Paste for Cats that helps to support healthy digestion and promote hairball elimination. Its composition helps prevent the buildup of hairballs, maintain a healthy balance of beneficial bacteria in the gut, supporting digestive health and overall well-being.


20. My cat has been sterilised, what type of food should I feed her?

After being sterilised, cats often have lower energy needs and may gain weight more easily. You should consider switching to a cat food that is specifically designed for sterilized cats to help maintain a healthy weight, f.e. Nature‘s Protection Sterilised dry food.


21. What should I feed my puppy or kitten?

Nature's Protection offers specially formulated puppy and kitten food products that are designed to meet their unique nutritional needs during their growing years to help support healthy development.


22. Can I replace mother's milk for a young pet?

Yes, if mother's milk is not available, try use Nature‘s Protection Puppy Milk Replacer for puppies or Nature‘s Protectoin Kitten Milk Replacer for kittens can be used as substitutes. It's important to follow the feeding instructions carefully.


23. What should I do if my pet is a picky eater?

Try offering a variety of foods and textures to entice your pet to eat, f.e. try topper your pet‘s regular feed with wellness soups from Nature‘s Protection Lifestyle and Nature‘s Protection Superior Care assortment. It is natural, has no flavor enhancers and has high quality sources.


24. My pet has bad breath, what to do?

If your pet has bad breath, it may be a sign of dental problems or other health issues. You can start by providing dental chews or toys to help clean their teeth. This may include brushing your pet's teeth regularly.


25. My pet has worms, what should I do?

It’s important to consult with your veterinarian if you suspect that your pet has worms. We offer a feed supplement called Nature’s Protection D-Worm that is designed to help prevent and control intestinal parasites in dogs and cats.


26. How to prevent a pet eating stools?

Eating stools, or coprophagia, can be a common issue for some pets. We offer a feed supplement called Nature’s Protection Stop Stools that is designed to help prevent this behavior and promote overall digestive health.