Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA Hydrolyzed Dry Cat FoodBy Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets
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- Food sensitivities generally appear in pets as gastrointestinal upset and/or intense scratching or itching. It can develop at any life stage, even after eating the same food for years without problems. Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA has been specifically formulated to help manage food sensitivities with a single protein source.
- The single, hydrolyzed protein source is highly digestible for optimum nutrient absorption. Hydrolyzing means that the protein has been broken down into smaller components, specifically an average molecular weight below 12,200 daltons. Because of this, it's less likely to cause a negative response in your food-sensitive cat.
- A single, low allergen carbohydrate source is included to minimize the risk of food related reactions. It's a source of Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) which don't require energy for absorption, use, or storage.
- Suited for cats that have food allergic gastroenteritis or dermatitis, food intolerance, inflammatory bowel disease, or pancreatitis.
- Made in the USA!
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Kitty Digestive Problems
Vet recommended for my Kitties’ digestive problems. Coco was previously eating then throwing up shortly after finishing her food. That has since stopped. My other kitty, Missy, kept having bouts of diarrhea and having accidents in inappropriate areas of our home almost daily. Her stools have since firmed up and she has only had 2 accidents in 3 weeks. Chewy was the only pet store in my area to carry the veterinarian’s recommended pet food. They got it to me in 2 days. Amazing. Also, my kitties liked the flavor. I had no problems switching to the new pet diet.
Great food for allergies
My cat recently lost some fur. We thought it was an environmental allergy, but all modifications didn't resolve the issue. Diet was the next thing. I made one small change, the dry food and that cleared up the issue 90%. I was worried that my cat wouldn't like this food, but he loves it.
Yes.. this crazy dedicated cat woman tasted it. it's very salty and It smells good. I like it because the poop odor isn't noticeable. My cat eats it because that's all he's allowed to eat due to his severe skin allergies. Since eating this food and his previous food Science Diet z/d he hasn't produced a tootsie roll only very soft scrambled egg texture poop. I did mix the two brands before switching and both foods actually cause the same texture poop. My cat get's serum allergy injections for his extreme itchiness every few weeks. I'm hoping the food along with the meds makes a significant difference.
seems to be a hit for our crew
One of my cats has allergies to proteins and her Veterinarian prescribed Royal Canin HP originally. She didn't really seem to like it, not to mention having no variety. We were able to give her the Hill's Z/D, but that didn't seem to be much of a hit. When we found this food she, and the other cats, seem to love it! highly recommend if you are struggling with this type of need and your kitty wants some variety.
Cat Will Not Eat This
I purchased several types of hydrolyzed protein foods for my cat. Hills Z/D, Blue, Royal Canin, and this Purina Pro Plan. My cat will eat all of them except this, which she refuses to eat. I put it in her bowl, she sniffs it, and walks away. I have even tried mixing it in with the Royal Canin but she won't touch it. It's a shame because it's $35 for a 4lb bag. I guess I will give it away or have to throw it out.
She likes it!
Vet had to order and we were worried our Pearl cat wouldn’t eat it. But she most certainly does. Chewy is an excellent resource for us. Always keeps us informed about shipping and stock on hand. People that work there are very friendly and helpful. Been ordering from them for years.
My cat is really enjoying this food. Good thing since its a prescription & she is needing to be on I tried other hydrolyzed cat food & she turned her head to it... very pleased
Cat is not a fan
My 3 year old cat has GI issues as well as occasional skin issues. He had been on the Pro Plan EN prescription food and switching to the hydrolyzed food seemed like the perfect solution. He didn't like the hydrolyzed. He ate a little when it was side by side in the bowl with the EN but then went on a kitty hunger strike when given only the HA. I had to go back to the EN.
Meghan’s new food
Meghan loves HA. The vet prescribed it for her and I was worried because she has been eating md dry for years. The worries.
My guys love it!
One of my cats suddenly began running a fever and became extremely lethargic. Antibiotics brought him back to normal but a month later, it returned even more. Since switching to this food over a year ago, he’s been fine. He loves the food and so do my other two.