Plant-Based Canine Chunky Stew

Plant-Based canine chunky stew contains a limited number of plant-based ingredients making it appropriate for an elimination diet trial and maintenance option in dogs suspected to have allergic skin or gastrointestinal disease.

  • Plant-Based canine chunky stew contains a limited number of plant-based ingredients making it appropriate for an elimination diet trial and maintenance option in dogs suspected to have allergic skin or gastrointestinal disease. Fava beans, quinoa, and millet provide unique non-animal protein novel protein and carbohydrate sources. Algae provides a vegetable-based omega-3 source in order to manage the most sensitive allergy patients. A blend of fibre sources, and the addition of prebiotics, helps to maintain gastrointestinal health.

    This diet is carefully formulated to provide recommended levels of all essential amino acids, including methionine and cystine. It is also supplemented with taurine and carnitine to support heart health.

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  • Water, potato protein, sweet potato, dried chickpeas, fava bean protein, quinoa, potatoes, bell peppers, broccoli, black beans, potato starch, green beans, coconut oil, peas, dicalcium phosphate, pumpkin, millet, marine microalgae, natural flavoring, sunflower oil, salt, celery powder, l-threonine, fructooligosaccharide, flaxseed, calcium carbonate, vitamins, l-tryptophan, minerals, DL-methionine, taurine, l-carnitine, choline chloride, l-arginine, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract.

    1. Unique plant-based protein sources
    2. No animal protein, animal fat, corn or wheat (potential allergen sources)
    3. Unique plant-based omega-3 fatty acid source provides EPA/DHA
    4. Coconut oil provides a source of medium chain triglycerides (MCT)
    5. Moderate fat content
    6. Added prebiotics (fructooligosaccharides)
    7. Blend of soluble and insoluble fibre to support the gastrointestinal microbiome
    1. Adverse reactions to food (dermatologic and gastrointestinal)
    2. Acute or chronic pancreatitis (patient-dependent*)
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