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Protein characteristics of commercial canine and feline hypoallergenic diets



Protein characteristics of commercial canine and feline hypoallergenic diets



Veterinary Dermatology 5(2): 69-74



8 feline, 13 canned canine and 9 dry canine commercial pet foods used as elimination diets, recommended or marketed as hypoallergenic diets were compared for protein sources, protein content and protein digestibility. The number of protein-containing ingredients varied from 2 to 9. Protein content, on a DM basis, varied from 8 to 40% in canine and 27-41% in feline feeds.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3164.1994.tb00014.x


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