Low Fat Kangaroo-MAINT with Quinoa Canine Bag

Low Fat Kangaroo-MAINT™ canine dry diets contain a limited number of highly digestible, low-fat ingredients that provide a nutrient profile that is appropriate for fat-intolerant diseases and suspected adverse reactions to food.
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  • Low Fat Kangaroo-MAINT™ canine dry diets contain a limited number of highly digestible, low-fat ingredients that provide a nutrient profile that is appropriate for fat-intolerant diseases and suspected adverse reactions to food. Inclusion of low-fat kangaroo and low-fat sweet potato results in a nutritionally complete novel protein diet that is one of the lowest fat therapeutic diets available.

    Antioxidants in the sweet potato help support the immune system while the optimal blend of fibre and inclusion of prebiotics (FOS) help maintain gastrointestinal health. Moderate phosphorus content facilitates use in allergic patients with concurrent IRIS stage 1 and 2, non-proteinuric renal disease.

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  • Kangaroo, quinoa, dried potato, potato protien, dried sweet potato, natural flavor, sunflower oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), coconut oil, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, salt, fructooligosaccharides, choline chloride, vitamins, taurine, minerals, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract.
    1. Low fat
    2. Novel animal protein source (kangaroo)
    3. No animal fat, corn, or wheat (potential allergen sources)
    4. Moderately low phosphorus content (dry diet)
    5. High palatability
    6. High-quality protein for lean body mass
    7. High digestibility
    8. Optimal blend of fibre maintains gastrointestinal health
    9. Added prebiotics (fructooligosaccharides)
    1. Adverse reactions to food (dermatologic and gastrointestinal)
    2. Acute and chronic pancreatitis
    3. Acute gastroenteritis
    4. Protein-losing enteropathies (PLE) and lymphangiectasia
    5. Hyperlipidemia
    6. Gall bladder diseases, including mucocele
    7. Patients with allergic or fat intolerant disease with concurrent IRIS stage 1-2 non-proteinuric renal disease

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FEEDING CALCULATOR

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IMPORTANT: Wet feeding amounts have been rounded to the nearest whole number in order to provide practical measurements. Your pet’s caloric needs are as individual as yours. The feeding amounts should only be used as a starting guideline. Age, breed, gender, spay/neuter status, and activity level can all impact caloric requirements. Work with your veterinary team to achieve and maintain optimum weight.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I ORDER?

Before using this calculator, make sure you know the number of kcal/day that your pet needs. If not already known, you can calculate their energy requirements by using our Feeding Calculator.

Once you have this number, follow the prompts here to figure out approximately how often you will need to order food.

As always, please feel free to reach out to our knowledgeable Care Team if you have any questions!