PURINA® PROPLAN® VETERINARY DIETS HA St/Ox Hypoallergenic is a complete hypoallergenic veterinary diet for the diagnosis and management of food allergies in cats of all ages, including kittens. Some cats may suffer from food allergy, which can cause skin discomfort and/or digestive upsets. HA is a true hypoallergenic diet formulated with protein that has been broken down (hydrolysed) into very tiny components that are too small to cause an allergic reaction, and a purified carbohydrate source. Such hydrolysed diets are recognised as the best type of food to use during an 'elimination diet trial' when trying to diagnose (or rule out) food allergy. During such a trial, it is important that your cat is fed no other food or treats. HA is also useful for cats with severe bowel disease, such as IBD, as it is highly digestible.
Hydrolysed proteins broken down into tiny components too small to cause any allergic reaction
Purified carbohydrates to reduce the risk of an allergic reaction occurring
High palatability achieved through high quality ingredients and a specially added hydrolysed feline palatability booster
With St/Ox to help support urinary health in cats which may be susceptible to urinary conditions
Cats of all ages, including kittens, who are (or who may be) suffering from a food allergy.
Rice Starch*, Hydrolysed Soya Protein**, Soybean Oil, Minerals, Hydrolysed Digest 2, Animal Fat, Fish Oil
** Protein Source
Drinking water should always be available. The feeding amounts below are recommended as a guideline only. Ask your vet how much you should be feeding your individual pet.
The recommended period of use is 3 to 8 weeks. If signs of intolerance disappear, this feed can be used indefinitely. It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use and for kitten feeding guidelines.
*For each additional 1kg of body weight, feed an additional 15g of food per day.
Please note that all indications for PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS mentioned on this page are for the dietary support of cats and dogs with the listed conditions, and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The veterinary diets should be used under veterinary supervision.