What is Purina Pro Plan HA Veterinary Diet dog food?
Purine Pro Plan HA Veterinary Diet is a true hypoallergenic diet formulated with protein that has been hydrolysed, and a purified carbohydrate source. Ideal for use in ‘elimination diet trials’ when trying to diagnose, or rule out, food allergies in dogs and puppies.
This complete and balanced veterinary diet helps to nutritionally manage food allergies in adult dogs and puppies. This diet is also suitable for dogs that suffer from severe bowel conditions such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease as it is highly digestible.
The protein in this diet has been broken down into very tiny components that are too small to provoke an allergic reaction. Alongside the protein, purified carbohydrates have also been used to reduce the risk of a reaction occurring.
Omega-3 fatty acids have also been added to help maximise the natural anti-inflammatory processes.
What are the benefits of using Purina Pro Plan HA Veterinary Diet?
Complete and balanced
Single hydrolysed protein
Added Omega-3 fatty acids
Suitable for adult dogs and puppies
Suitable for long term management of food allergies
Suitable for dogs with severe bowel conditions
What is in Purina Pro Plan HA Veterinary Diet?
Ingredients: Maize starch*, hydrolysed soya protein**, minerals, coconut oil, sugar*, rapeseed oil, soya oil, fish oil.
* Purified carbohydrate sources
** Protein source
Nutritional Additives: Protein: 21.0 %, Fat content: 10.0 %, Crude ash: 5.5 %, Crude fibres: 2.0 %, Carbohydrates: 54.0 %, Omega 3 fatty acids: 0.5 %, Omega 6 fatty acids: 1.8 %, Medium chain fatty acids: 1.3%
How much Purina Pro Plan HA Veterinary Diet should I feed?
|Body weight (kg)||Daily feeding quantities (adult maintenance - g/day)|
The above is recommended as a guideline only. You may need to adjust the amount fed to maintain your dog’s optimal weight. This is influenced by factors such as environment, activity, body condition and breed.
Always provide clean fresh water.
Canine H/A is suitable for puppies, however please ask for your vet’s advice regarding feeding guidelines.
Please Note: It is very important to feed your dog only the recommended diet. No table scraps, milk, treats, or supplements should be fed, unless otherwise directed by your vet, as they may trigger an allergic reaction.