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Pro Plan Sensitive Skin & Stomach puppy formula contains real hydrolysed salmon and real tuna (minimum of 10% total animal protein) as the #1 Ingredient which provide high-quality alternative protein sources, helps support muscle mass for strength and provides energy. In optimal protein fat ratio to promote healthy growth and develop strong, lean muscles without excess body fat. Beet pulp and chicory are specially selected to help nourish intestinal cells, for a healthier digestive tract. A balance of soluble and insoluble fibre, promotes healthy bacteria in gut, resulting in fewer, firmer stools to promote easy cleanup. Contains EPA, omega 3 & 6 fatty acids and zinc to help maintain reduce skin inflammation, assist in skin repair, and maintain skins moisture, firmness and support a lustrous coat. Natural anitbodies from colostrum and other higher quality proteins to help strengthen puppies immune system. Contains DHA for brain and vision development and minerals including calcium, phosphorus helps support strong teeth and bones. In kibble designed to help reduce the accumulation of plaque and tartar, improve gum health and helps reduce gingivitis. Each and every ingredient are carefully selected for its nutritional value and to ensure it meets strict quality standards.
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  • Additional Information

    • Advice Care
      Remember to have clean, fresh water available for your dog at all times.
    • Benefits
      Pro Plan nutrition comes from a combination of high quality ingredients. Beginning with real hydrolysed salmon and real tuna as the #1 Ingredient which provide high-quality alternative protein sources, helps support muscle mass for strength and provides energy. Wholesome grains such as rice and oats, are highly digestible sources of carbohydrates for energy and quality fibre sources to promote easy cleanup. Each and every ingredient are carefully for its nutritional value and to ensure it meets strict quality standards.
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Recommended for puppies with wheat and meat intolerance.
    • Brand
      Pro Plan
    • Ingredients
      Salmon and tuna; vegetable protein concentrate; oats; fish protein meal; brewers rice; wholegrain sorghum; beef and/or lamb tallow preserved with mixed tocopherols (form of vitamin E); minerals, vitamins and/or amino acids (including calcium carbonate; potassium chloride and/or dicalcium phosphate; sodium chloride and/or phosphoric acid; fish meal, copper sulphate, vitamin E supplement, zinc sulphate, ferrous sulphate, ascorbic acid (source of vitamin C), niacin, vitamin B12 supplement, manganous oxide, pantothenic acid, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin A supplement, menadione sodium bisulphate complex (source of vitamin K activity), thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, potassium iodide, sodium selenite, cobalt carbonate, biotin, natural flavours, spinach; choline chloride); natural fibres (including beetpulp and chicory); dried yeast and colostrum; natural antioxidants.
    • Health Benefits
      Sensitive
    • Life Stage
      Puppy
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    Customer Reviews(9)

    • jeff says... we have used this product for a few years and was all good until our last bag where it is obvious they have changed the formulation and it has had a BAD affect on our Maltese dog. His skin has gone back to being irritable and the reasons we purchased this product originally no longer is valid
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    • Luan says... Fabulous for all ages! NO WHEAT or CHICKEN, this Puppy formula is basically the same as the Adult food, but smaller kibble for my small dogs. I have a chronic food & airborne allergic girl & this food has almost saved her life! It was the ONLY dry food on the market that she could eat 10 years ago. ProPlan were the first to give us a truly hypoallergenic commercial food.
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    • Serah says... My puppy just loves it wasn't hard at all yo change from his previous food and helped with his sensitive skin.
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    • James Procta says... This food has been great for my 3 month old German Shepherd. She had skin allegries, now gone. Her mother had the same issue, eats the same food and Is now good as gold. Woo Hoo!
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    • Phoebe says... Our 3yr kelpie x pointer has quite a few allergies and even the smallest things can cause her skin to flare up in rashes. We've tried her on quite a few different brands/types of super premium food since she was puppy, we got to the point where we accepted the dandruff and odd patches of red skin as normal. We then found out she was allergic to red meat so cutting that out of het diet (much to het disgust) did improve her skin quite a bit. And then i saw this at petbarn one day and thought it might be worth a try as she loved proplan as a young pup (refused to eat the 2 other super premium foods i tried to feed her before pro plan) and i'm so pleased to say that she couldn't be happier with this food. She was always quite fussy with her food before but it's been 3 or 4 months now on pro plan and shes still very happy with it.
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    • Jan McG says... My spaniel has been scratching constantly he is driving me mad, so I visited mt local petstore in Mt Barker SA and she asked whether my dog ate chicken, well I have always fed my dogs chicken thinking it was good for them, well silly me. She recommended I try the Pro Plan fumula, well it's only been a couple of days, so I am crossing my fingers hoping that this works, oh she also recomended a red meat roll for his night time feed. I am just hoping this works, keep your fingers crossed..
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    • Wendy says... Our puppy was scratching from the day we got her and then it got worse, after much thought and research we realised it might be a food allergy and the most common food allergy for dogs is chicken (we had recently introduced frozen chicken necks as a treat). We found Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Stomach is to be of the few (it's the only one we found that doesn't have chicken or turkey meal in it). After changing the dry food to sensitive skin, the scratching has become minimal. Fantastic product!
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    • alysha says... Gday, my beagle dog was always scratching constantly, she had no invaders on her skin or coat. so we reduced it to her diet. Every time she had any dry food she would constantly scratch. so we fed her wallaby, roo, rabbit meat and it stopped all of the scratching, dry skin and dandruf. we found the salmon product by pro plan and she not only loved it but she stopped all scratching, no dandruf or dry skin. i recently have purchased a puppy and am going to try it on her too. will let you all know how we go.
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    • Margit W says... My two 8 month old puppies absolutely love this. My boy puppy had occasional skin irritation & this has now resolved. Nice shiny coats too. Great Australian product.
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