Plant-Based Canine Bag

Plant-Based canine dry diet 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.
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  • Plant-Based canine dry diet 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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  • Quinoa, fava protein, millet, fava bean, coconut oil, natural flavoring, tomato pomace, dicalcium phosphate, pumpkin, calcium carbonate, salt, marine microalgae, threonine, fructooligosaccharide, choline chloride, taurine, methionine, vitamins & minerals, L-carnitine, tryptophan, mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract.
    1. Unique plant-based protein sources
    2. No animal protein, animal fat, corn or wheat (potential allergen sources)
    3. Unique vegetable omega-3 fatty acid provision provides a source of EPA/DHA/DPA
    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. Growing puppies with adverse reactions to food (dermatologic and gastrointestinal)
    3. Acute or chronic pancreatitis (patient-dependent*)
    4. Non-copper associated liver disease (patient-dependent*)
    5. Consideration for individual patients with liver failure, hepatic encephalopathy and porto-systemic shunts (patient-dependent*)
      *case consultation is recommended
What does "novel protein" mean?
A novel protein is any kind of protein your pet has not eaten in the past.
How do novel protein diets help manage patients with adverse reactions to food (aka "food allergies")?
Dogs and cats can only develop a food allergy to a protein source they have eaten in the past. Novel protein diets use protein and carbohydrate sources that are not likely to be found in pet foods. Diet choice should be based on a thorough dietary history to identify prior dietary protein exposure and ensure success.
Do dogs like novel protein diets?
All dogs have their own taste preferences, just like we do, but most find the Rayne novel protein diets very palatable. Rayne does not add any conflicting animal fats to enhance palatability. This helps to ensure there is no risk of protein contamination.
Does Rayne have a hydrolyzed diet offering?
Rayne does not offer any products with hydrolyzed ingredients. Producing a hydrolyzed diet does not follow our Whole Food (less processing) Philosophy. At Rayne, we have focused on developing a line of novel protein products to address highly sensitive pets with adverse reactions to food (gastrointestinal or dermatological) with simple, whole food ingredients. These diets and treats provide an alternative for families who are searching for less-processed options that still address their pet's complex medical needs.
What is the average cost/day of a novel protein diet?