Royal Canin Hypoallergenic Dog Food - Small Breed.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet - Hypoallergenic Hydrolyzed Protein Small Breed Dry Dog Food.
Photo provided by Flickr
Purina Veterinary Diets offers two hydrolyzed diets: HA HypoAllergenic Canine Formula, a vegetarian food made with hydrolyzed soy protein (second to starch on the ingredient list), and HA Chicken Flavor, which also contains hydrolyzed soy protein as the second ingredient (starch is first), but adds hydrolyzed chicken liver and hydrolyzed chicken in the eighth and ninth positions on the ingredient list.

Royal Canin makes six dry foods and two wet foods that contain hydrolyzed soy proteins, as well as an “anallergenic” dry food that is made with “hydrolyzed poultry byproducts aggregate”– which turns out to be made from poultry feathers. Royal Canin also makes hydrolyzed dog treats.
Jump to Royal Canin HP Hypoallergenic Dog Food - Royal Canin is one of the globally recognized ..
Photo provided by Flickr
Dog food brands currently known for using hydrolyzed protein include Hill’s Diet z/d Ultra Canine, Purina HA HypoAllergenic Canine Formula, Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Hypoallergenic. Royal Canin HP Hypoallergenic Dog Food (25.3 lb)
Photo provided by FlickrDec 15, 2011 - Royal Canin is an example of a Hypoallergenic pet food that can be given to allergic dogs
Photo provided by FlickrRoyal Canin's small breed hypoallergenic dog fod is designed for small mouths. Their hypoallergenic dog food for smaller dogs has smaller kibble.
Photo provided by Flickr
I then tried her on California Natural, which she loved, of course! But within a week she started up with her allergy symptoms. I asked my Vet if I could try a different brand of Hypoallergenic Rx food and she gave me a prescription for Royal Canin HP 19. I am very happy with how my dog is doing on this food! She loves it, she has no allergy symptoms and it has enough protein and fat in it to keep her coat in good condition. Plus, her poops are tiny, I mean tiny! I have never seen such mini sized poop, lol.Royal Canin is one of the globally recognized names in dog foods with an elaborate range of high protein and breed specific dry foods. However, the hypoallergenic dog food is a recent addition to their range and it has been extremely successful in breeds of all sizes.We use HA at work on a select few dogs (under vets recommendation) and have had success with it. Yes, if I go with the script food I would start on the Royal Canin Hypoallergenic with the hydrolyzed soy protein .... then introduce other proteins. I think that would be the easiest way to figure out what foods bother him. The price is ridiculous. And he's a 110 lbs, the guidelines are saying he would need almost 6 1/2 cups of food a day - that's ALOT of food.....and a lot of money.We found that one of the best dog foods that worked for our dog was a brand by the name of Royal Canin. Royal Canin is a hypoallergenic dog food that can only be purchased from your vet. The reason being is because it is a prescription grade dog food not normally found in pet stores. Royal canin comes in a few different flavors...venison, chicken, turkey and lamb are a few of the more popular flavors. Royal Canin goes for about $2.00 a can. Quite reasonable considering that it came from the vets.When the Royal Canin HP hypoallergenic dog food was first launched in the market, it was sold as a prescription only dog food. However, this requirement has now been modified. You only need to provide them with your vet’s contact details to be able to order this.So let's take a look at the list of ingredients that I found on veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker's website at (search for 'feather meal') and at , an online retailer for the Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Anallergenic Dry Dog Food. I was unable to find the product on Royal Canin's website.