Compete, easily digestible dietary food for dogs with food hypersensitivity
Ingredients that may cause an allergic reaction are kept to a minimum in hypoallergenic diets. All TROVET hypoallergenic diets are based on a single (animal) protein source and a single carbohydrate source and contain all the essential nutrients in optimal amounts. The addition of a vitamin and mineral mix is not necessary. All of the TROVET hypoallergenic dietary food variants can be given for life.
Puppies (dry food)
Hypersensitivity to rabbit protein
Puppies (wet food)
Hypoallergenic dietary food based on one animal protein source (rabbit) and one carbohydrate source (rice).
Prevents immunological reactions (food allergy) or non-immunological reactions (food intolerance) in the form of skin problems and/or digestive problems (diarrhoea, vomiting).
Changing to a hypoallergenic diet will help to slowly reduce itching. This reduces scratching, rubbing and biting, which can cause secondary skin lesions.
It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion is sought before use. The recommended duration of use for Hypoallergenic (Rabbit) is initially 3-8 weeks. When the hypersensitivity symptoms disappear, Hypoallergenic (Rabbit) can be fed for life as a complete dietary food.
Rice, rabbit meal, poultry fat, beet pulp, poulty liver (hydrolysate), monocalcium phosphate, linseed, calcium carbonate, vitamins and trace elements, lecithin, choline chloride.
Average analysis (per kg)
Fat content18.0 %
Inorganic matter6.5 %
Crude fibre2.0 %
Vitamin A20000 IU/kg
Vitamin D31300 IU/kg
Vitamin E200 mg/kg
Vitamin C100 mg/kg
Calcium (Ca)1.10 %
Phosphorous (P)0.90 %
Sodium (Na)0.30 %
Potassium (K)0.58 %
Zinc (Zn)147 mg/kg
Iodine (I)2.7 mg/kg
Linoleic acid3.30 %
Alpha linolenic acid0.50 %
Energy: 16.0MJ/kg - 3825 kcal/kg
Feeding advice (grams per day)
Body weight (kg) 5 10 20 30 40 50 60
Min (grams)90 150 240 330 415 490 560
Max (grams) 110 180 290 410 505 595 685
Feeding advice for puppies:
25% – 75% of the adult body weight: 1.6 x the feeding advice.
75% – 100% of the adult body weight: 1.3 x the feeding advice.