Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Neurocare Dry Dog Food

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Help your dog be his very best with the Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets NeuroCare Dry Dog Food. Designed to support cognitive health, this special diet is formulated with medium chain triglyceride oil, and enhanced with a unique blend of nutrients. The result is a complete and balanced diet that’s actually “brain food” for your dog, making it a great option for dogs experiencing cognitive issues. There’s also vitamins to support the immune system, and the high protein supports a healthy weight, which is great for aging dogs who are prone to weight gain.

Key Benefits

  • Great tasting kibble that’s prescribed to support cognitive health in dogs.
  • Formulated with medium chain triglyceride oil and enhanced with a unique blend of nutrients.
  • Includes EPA and DHA, plus omega-3 fatty acids to support brain health.
  • The antioxidants vitamin E and C help support a healthy immune system.
  • High in protein to support to lean muscle mass. Chicken is the first ingredient.

This product requires a veterinary prescription. Simply provide your vet's information during checkout and we'll follow up to confirm the prescription, or email a copy of your prescription to rx@chewy.com and we'll get your order out right away.

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  • Item Number
    112843
  • Brand
    Purina
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
  • Food Form
    Dry Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    High-Protein, Prescription Food

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Chicken, Chicken Meal, Corn Gluten Meal, Brewers Rice, Ground Yellow Corn, Ground Wheat, Medium-Chain Triglyceride Vegetable Oil, Corn Germ Meal, Barley, Natural Flavor, Fish Oil, Dried Egg Product, L-Arginine, Wheat Bran, Fish Meal, Mono And Dicalcium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, L-Lysine Monohydrochloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Choline Chloride, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Vitamin C), Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin, Manganese Sulfate, Vitamin A Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Soybean Oil, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Copper Sulfate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Garlic Oil, Folic Acid, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Vitamin K), Calcium Iodate, Biotin, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Sodium Selenite

Caloric Content

3718 kcal/kg, 389 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 29.0% min
Crude Fat 15% min
Crude Fiber 3.0% max
Moisture 12.0% max
Ash 8.0% max
Arginine 1.2% min
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 0.15% min
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) .015% min
Calcium 1.1% min
Phosphorus 0.9% min
Selenium (Se) 0.31 mg/kg min
Vitamin A 15,000 IU/kg min
Vitamin E 500 IU/kg min
Pyridoxine 3.0 mg/kg min
Folic Acid 0.6 mg/kg min
Ascorbic Acid 90 mg/kg min

Feeding Instructions

Weight Daily Feeding (cup)
3-12 lbs 1/2 - 1 1/8
13-20 lbs 1 1/8 - 1 5/8
21-35 lbs 1 5/8 - 2 1/4
36-50 lbs 2 1/3 - 2 7/8
51-75 lbs 2 7/8 - 3 3/4
76-100 lbs 3 7/8 - 4 5/8
Over 100 lbs 4 5/8 plus 1/4 for every additional 10 lbs

The following feeding program is recommended as aguideline only, with discretionary clinical adjustments for proper weight maintenance. With your veterinarian’s approval, offer increasing amounts of the new food with decreasing amounts of the old food.

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  • Our Retiree is Almost Back to His Old Self

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    We have a little poodle mix, now 12, that we adopted at age 10. He had to have eye surgery, one removed, cataract taken from the other eye. Did great then hit with glaucoma attack and from there went into a big neuro slide. Lost, confused, sleeping constantly, his mental map of the house seemed to have vanished. We were discussing putting him down when the vet suggested this food. He also started an old Parkinson's med--the vet wanted to do everything possible. How much of his recovery is food? How much the med? My vet swears it's a combo of both. He eats it like a champ--and my other dog, the young healthy guy, is jealous. Definitely worth a try..

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  • Not recommended

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    This food did not seem to help her. Although she ate it at first, when mixed with her other food, I had to continue to coax her to eat it, mixing with broth, until she finally would turn her head away whenever it was put to her. I did not notice any changes in her even though I tried to coax her through a whole bag. Bad experience overall. Waste of time and effort. I would not recommend.

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  • What a difference!

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    We didn't know there was such a product, it has definitely helped our Cairn terrier Honey! She has had seizures for over 5 yrs now, and this product has drastically reduced the severity & frequency. Started 6 weeks ago. Now she can go days without an attack. Still takes P.Bromide, but so worth it! She is alert & not hiding away in a dark room anymore. She seems to feel so much better now!

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  • Red with Neuro Care

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    I tried this on my 7lb Dachshund. Red has seizures that are basically controlled through meds, but occasionally has breakthrough seizures . He also has a repetitive circling. (Not chasing his tail) Since being on this food he has not had any breakthrough seizures, and his circling has been cut in-half. His circles have gotten larger and only happens when he is excited.

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  • Purina Pro Plan

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    I have an 11 year old Schipperke who had been occasionally "fly biting" for a few years mostly when she was stressed. A couple of months ago she had an undefined neurological episode where she was unresponsive, lethargic, and walked with an unsteady gait. We took her to the vet and they ran blood tests and took xrays but found nothing unusual. Josie slowly started improving on her own but the vet recommended trying Purina Pro Plan Neurocare. Apparently a staff member had good results feeding it to her dog. I was skeptical (especially when I heard who made it) but I was willing to give it a try. I didn't know if it was the food or if she was just recovering on her own, but after feeding it to I have an 11 year old Schipperke who had been occasionally "fly biting" for a few years mostly when she was stressed. A couple of months ago she had an undefined neurological episode where she was unresponsive, lethargic, and walked with an unsteady gait. We took her to the vet and they ran blood tests and took xrays but found nothing unusual. Josie slowly started improving on her own but the vet recommended trying Purina Pro Plan Neurocare. Apparently a staff member had good results feeding it to her dog. I was skeptical (especially when I heard who made it) but I was willing to give it a try. I didn't know if it was the food or if she was just recovering on her own, but after feeding it to her for just one day, we saw an improvement in her overall behavior. We've been feeding her Purina Pro Plan now for about 4 months now and the incidents of fly biting has decreased and she has had no major neurological episodes. Since this seems to be helping her, I will continue to buy it. Before we started on Purina Pro Plan, I would only feed Josie 5 star dry dog food so I was less than pleased to read the ingredients of this brand. However, I do supplement this food with higher quality wet and dry food to make it last longer and to boost the quality. … more

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  • Purina Neurocare

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    Our 10 1/2-year-old Shiba Inu started acting confused and restless, behavior quite similar to Alzheimer's. We took him to the vet, and she recommended trying Purina Neurocare. She gave us a complementary bag to try, and after Niko was solely on Neurocare after the first week, we noticed a change in him about a week and a half later. His confusion diminished and he no longer appeared restless. He's pretty darn close to being back to normal, and we couldn't be happier.

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  • Food for seizures

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    My dogs Neurologist put her on this food to help control her seizures. I am able to save so much money by ordering it though Chewy.com Saving money is very important, especially when you have a dog that has epilepsy.

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    It's too early to tell if this is going to work for Blackdog's seizures, but he is much more energetic and it has only been a week. Fingers crossed!

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  • Concerned about side effects

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    We started this food on Thursday .... Gave my guy one scoop new food ( 1/3 cup ea.) to 2 (1/4 cup ea.) of his old food for 2 days 3 times a day ... now we are are the opposite 2 scoops new food and one of the old 3 times a day ... which is the amount for his weight . He is out of it, so sleepy, doesn't want to go out, sometimes wont pick his head right up when we say his name.... i wonder if most dogs taking this food are maybe not on as many seizure meds as our guy ( he is on 4 meds. Pheno., Zonis., Khepra, and Preg. ) so until i can speak to someone about if this food is safe for him we this AM cut him back again to one scoop only and perhaps we might take him off of it today... don't know We started this food on Thursday .... Gave my guy one scoop new food ( 1/3 cup ea.) to 2 (1/4 cup ea.) of his old food for 2 days 3 times a day ... now we are are the opposite 2 scoops new food and one of the old 3 times a day ... which is the amount for his weight . He is out of it, so sleepy, doesn't want to go out, sometimes wont pick his head right up when we say his name.... i wonder if most dogs taking this food are maybe not on as many seizure meds as our guy ( he is on 4 meds. Pheno., Zonis., Khepra, and Preg. ) so until i can speak to someone about if this food is safe for him we this AM cut him back again to one scoop only and perhaps we might take him off of it today... don't know what to do. Any feedback helps i called Dr office and he is gone for the weekend. … more

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  • Food for Baci (my Boston Terrier)

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    Baci has been on Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diet for 14 days. She eats it quiet well. During the month of June (2017) Baci came down with Epilepsy. I could not deal with my baby having seizers! My Veterinary prescribed daily medication and insisted that I start the Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diet. The local stores in North Alabama did not have any on hand, so I faxed the prescription to Chewy. Baci was eating it 3 days later. No seizers in the last 17 days!

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