Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA (Dry)

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Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA Hydrolyzed Dog Food is not rated due to its intentional therapeutic design.

The Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA Hydrolyzed product line includes two dry dog foods, each designed to help in the treatment of food sensitivities.

HA is a vegetarian recipe featuring simple proteins and low-allergen carbohydrates. It is typically prescribed to minimize the risk of food based allergic reactions.

The following is a list of recipes available at the time of this review.

  • Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA
  • Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA Chicken Flavor

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA was selected to represent both products in the line for this review.

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA

Dry Dog Food

Estimated Dry Matter Nutrient Content

Protein = 20% | Fat = 9% | Carbs = 63%

Ingredients: Starch, hydrolyzed soy protein isolate, vegetable oil, dicalcium phosphate, partially hydrogenated canola oil preserved with TBHQ, powdered cellulose, corn oil, potassium chloride, guar gum, choline chloride, dl-methionine, salt, magnesium oxide, lecithin, taurine, zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, vitamin E supplement, manganese sulfate, niacin, vitamin A supplement, copper sulfate, calcium pantothenate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin supplement, garlic oil, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, vitamin D3 supplement, calcium iodate, biotin, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), sodium selenite

Fiber (estimated dry matter content) = 4.4%

Red items indicate controversial ingredients

Estimated Nutrient Content
MethodProteinFatCarbs
Guaranteed Analysis18%8%NA
Dry Matter Basis20%9%63%
Calorie Weighted Basis19%21%60%
Protein = 19% | Fat = 21% | Carbs = 60%

The first ingredient in this dog food is starch. The source of this starch is unknown but it is most likely derived from corn or wheat. Without more information, it’s impossible to adequately judge the quality of this ingredient.

The second ingredient is hydrolyzed soy protein isolate. Soy protein isolate is a highly refined form of soy bean protein with a protein content of about 90%.

In this case, the soy protein has been hydrolyzed which means it has been broken down into its individual amino acid components.

Hydrolyzed protein is valued by veterinary professionals because of its proven and effective hypoallergenic properties.

The third ingredient is vegetable oil, a generic oil of unknown origin. The ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats in any oil is nutritionally critical and can vary significantly (depending on the source).

Without knowing more, it’s impossible to judge the quality of an item so vaguely described. However, compared to a named animal fat, a generic vegetable oil cannot be considered a quality ingredient.

The fourth ingredient is dicalcium phosphate, likely used here as a dietary calcium supplement.

The fifth ingredient is partially hydrogenated canola oil, a man-made ingredient similar to margarine or shortening. Hydrogenated oils are (at least, in humans) considered a source of unhealthy trans fats.

Unfortunately, canola can be a controversial item. That’s because it can sometimes (but not always) be derived from genetically modified rapeseed.

Yet others cite the fact canola oil can be a significant source of essential omega-3 fatty acids.

In any case, plant-based oils like canola are less biologically available to a dog than fish oil as a source of quality omega-3 fats.

What’s worse, this hydrogenated canola oil has also been preserved with TBHQ, a suspected cancer-causing agent.

The sixth ingredient is powdered cellulose, a non-digestible plant fiber usually made from the by-products of vegetable processing. Except for the usual benefits of fiber, powdered cellulose prdovides no nutritional value to a dog.

The seventh ingredient is corn oil. Corn oil has one of the highest (and most unfavorable) omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acid ratios of any vegetable oil. Compared to almost any named animal fat, corn oil cannot be considered a quality ingredient.

From here, the list goes on to include a number of other items.

But to be realistic, ingredients located this far down the list (other than nutritional supplements) are not likely to affect the overall rating of this product.

With four notable exceptions

First, garlic can be a controversial item. Although many favor the ingredient for its claimed health benefits, garlic has been linked to Heinz body anemia in dogs.1

So, one must weigh the potential benefits of feeding garlic against its proven tendency to cause subclinical damage to the red blood cells of the animal.

Next, we find no mention of probiotics, friendly bacteria applied to the surface of the kibble after processing to help with digestion.

In addition, the minerals listed here do not appear to be chelated. And that can make them more difficult to absorb. Non-chelated minerals are usually associated with lower quality dog foods.

And lastly, this recipe contains menadione, a controversial form of vitamin K linked to liver toxicity, allergies and the abnormal break-down of red blood cells.

Since vitamin K isn’t required by AAFCO in either of its dog food nutrient profiles, we question the use of this substance in any canine formulation.

Purina Pro Plan
Veterinary Diets HA Hydrolyzed Dog Food
The Bottom Line

Although this is a prescription product, our review has nothing to do with the accuracy of claims made by the manufacturer as to the product’s ability to treat or cure a specific health condition.

So, to find out whether or not this dog food is appropriate for your particular pet, it’s important to consult your veterinarian.

With that understanding…

Judging by its ingredients alone, Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA looks like a below-average dry product.

But ingredient quality by itself cannot tell the whole story. We still prefer to estimate the product’s meat content before concluding our report.

The dashboard displays a dry matter protein reading of 20%, a fat level of 9% and estimated carbohydrates of about 63%.

As a group, the brand features an average protein content of 20% and a mean fat level of 10%. Together, these figures suggest a carbohydrate content of 62% for the overall product line.

And a fat-to-protein ratio of about 49%.

Below-average protein. Below-average fat. And above-average carbs when compared to a typical dry dog food.

Because of its hypoallergenic design, this particular recipe contains no meat or any other source of animal protein. So, all essential amino acids appear to be provided by the hydrolyzed protein ingredient.

Bottom line?

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets HA is a plant-based dry dog food using hydrolyzed soy as its main source of dietary protein.

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Notes and Updates

11/27/2016 Last Update

  1. Yamato et al, Heinz Body hemolytic anemia with eccentrocytosis from ingestion of Chinese chive (Allium tuberosum) and garlic (Allium sativum) in a dog, Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 41:68-73 (2005)
  • aimee

    Yes energy basis and caloric basis refer to the same thing. 3.5 is the number of kcals/gram protein using Atwater value

  • Crazy4cats

    Is energy basis and calorie basis the same thing? I’m not sure what 3.5 represents?

  • aimee

    To accurately compare foods you need to do so on an energy basis. You can use this calculator. https://secure.balanceit.com/tools/_gaconverter/index.php

    Another way of doing it is to use the reported kcals from the company.

    For OM they report 26% protein 262 kcals/100grams 26 X 3.5 = 91 protein kcals in 100 grams divide kcals from protein by kcals /100 grams 91/262 = 34.7% calories

    For the Wilderness small breed chicken with 36% protein— 34.3 % protein kcals
    for the weight loss 32.1% protein kcals

  • aimee

    It is very deceiving to compare foods on a guaranteed analysis basis as this doesn’t take in account for various moisture levels, fat levels and fiber levels. As I said above “You need to compare on an energy basis.” What this means is if you fed 100 kcals how many of those calories come from protein

    If you don’t know how to do this you can use this online calculator https://secure.balanceit.com/tools/_gaconverter/index.php

    When you enter in the data for OM 36.24 % kcals are from protein What this means is that when you feed your dog 100 kcals of food you are giving your dog 10.3 grams of protein. (36.24/3.5)

    When you enter in the data from Blue High Protein chicken 34% min protein
    33.85% kcals from protein, When you feed 100 kcals you are giving your dog 9.67grams protein

    The foods look very different if you just look at Guaranteed analysis 34 vs 26 but on an energy basis they are essentially equivalent with the OM coming in slightly higher

    Keep in mind these are estimates based off of the GA

  • anon101

    I would stay away from potato laden foods. A lot of dog foods are loaded with them. High calorie, high starch, cheap filler.
    Prescription food is different.

  • Chuck Bowen

    Blue Wilderness High Protein Chicken Adult 34% Min. Protein.

  • Chuck Bowen

    Thanks

  • Chuck Bowen

    Thanks for the info. I haven’t asked our vet.

  • haleycookie

    Blue is notorious for the loose stool thing. Try something like the small breed solid gold food. It’s not as rich and has patented probiotics sprayed on that are proven to last the life of the bag.

  • haleycookie

    How is the om more protein? It’s 26% and wilderness is 36% for the regular chicken and even the weight loss is 30%. Plus there much more meat content and not as much carby starchy matierials in it compared to the om which is almost nothing but corn and wheat.

  • aimee

    I took a quick look comparing Purina OM and a Blue Wilderness formula. The Purina product had higher protein levels. You need to compare on an energy basis.

    If you change to a Wilderness product you may be giving him less protein not more. Which product are you switching to?

    Depending on his calorie needs to maintain a normal weight continuing on the vet diet may be appropriate. Ask your vet

  • anon101

    It may be best if he stays on the prescription food, only.
    Assuming he is doing well on it and your vet agrees.

  • anon101

    At age 13 I doubt that he is high activity. He may not need a food that is that rich. Hence, the loose stools.
    Look at something simple like Zignature, or Nutrisca.
    Add a little warm water to the food and a bite of something like scrambled egg.
    Check chewy dot com for reviews.
    What does the vet that prescribed the food advise?

  • Chuck Bowen

    My 13 year old dachsund has been on Purina Om and is now down to his correct weight. I’m concerned that he isn’t getting enough protein so I am graually introducing Wilderness High Protein Blue Buffalo but with only introducing a little each day he has loose stools. Advice or suggestions?

  • sarah guenther

    hi Susan. would you be able to email me? for some reason I have trouble getting this site to load and you have been so helpful I truly appreciate it. I did have a few more questions for you if you don’t mind! [email protected]
    not sure if it’s my phone or the site but it takes forever to load sometimes it won’t load at all 🙁

  • anon101

    “seems to not suffer if shes on apoquel”

    Excellent! That is what medication was invented for.
    Glad that you have found something that she responds to.

  • Iris Desene

    Susan has alot of good information make sure you dont do to many shots. it will make the allergies worse and can cause death.my pup died after her rabies shot it was the worst day of my life. wish i had known it can cause death sooner. my new Stacey has allergies and she was vaccined and now she does not ever stop scratching be very careful gud luck

  • anon101

    It is not unusual for a dog that is uncomfortable due to allergies to become irritable and demonstrate aggressive behavior when touched.
    Flea allergy is common, there are thousands of allergens, avoidance is impossible and doesn’t work.
    As the dog’s medical condition canine atopic dermatitis is stabilized you will note positive personality changes (I did) plus the dog was much more relaxed and slept better.
    We did not have good results till we saw a veterinary dermatologist, however, there are more treatments available today via the regular vet and it depends on how severe her symptoms are as to the degree of treatment that may be needed. I can tell you that allergies get worse with age, not better.

    Hope these articles help:
    Behaviors That Suggest Your Dog Has Allergies https://www.vetinfo.com/behaviors-that-suggest-your-dog-has-allergies.html

    And: http://www.nevetdermatology.com/canine-atopic-dermatitis-treatment/

    PS: Ask your vet about health insurance, in your dog’s case it may prove to be cost effective.
    Also, you may want to talk to your vet about keeping vaccinations to a minimum as they sometimes exacerbate allergies.

  • Susan

    Hi Sarah,
    It’s good you & your boyfriend have rescued her whats her name??, she sounds about 4yrs old? same as my boy when I rescued him but it sounds like she has trust issues & you & your boyfriend will need to build up her trust, it will take time, patience, lots of treats & a very strict routine, routine is the best way to build a dogs trust, they start to feel secure thet eat the same time, go on walks the same time, playtime….Now Patch comes & tells me Mum its dinner time, mum are we going for our walk yet lol, just use the vet diet dry kibble as treats for now till you work out what she can & can’t eat….
    I bet you it’s the Purina moist & meaty food her old owner was feeding her is part of her skin problem, she probably is sensitive to a few of the ingredients, I would stop the Purina Moist & meaty food & I would read ingredient list, what are the ingredients in her old food, is it beef or is it chicken or is it both? can you still contact her old owner & ask her was the Purina Moist & meaty food the only food she has ever eaten & ask has she ever been feed a premium kibble thats grain free & had limited ingredients? Write down all the foods the old owner has fed her so you know, she was probably feed low quaility foods, I hope it’s just food intolerances & a poor quaility diet causing her skin problems cause once you work out what she can & can’t eat then she’ll be OK but allergies normally come together environment allergies & food sensitivities, but some dogs just have environment allergies & some dogs just have the food intolerances, my boy has IBD, food & environment allergies & flea allergies,1 bite from a flea & he itches for days & I have to give him bath, I use creams I have found Hydrocortisone 1% cream applied lightly at night on any red skin & of a morning before Patch goes out for his walks I apply “Sudocrem” Sudocrem is for Nappy Rash, Eczema, Dermatitis & the Sudocrem give instant results as soon as I apply it relieves Patches itchy skin, bum around his mouth, all his itchy areas stops the Sudocrem is a thick white cream & it acts as a barrier & protects the skin, aroun chin/mouth & paws from the outside allergens like grass trees pollen etc Patch was the same when I got him very scared of water & baths, I had to walk him to bathroom with his collar & lead on then tie up his lead to the disablity rail above the bath so he didn’t jump out of the bath but with time & patience he has gotten heaps better now I just have to carry him into the bath & he doesnt need tying up no more & I use one of those shower hoses to rinse him he’s a bit scared of te noise teh shower hose makes but its the final rinse so its quick, first I use a jug to put on the warm water on him then I massage the medicated shampoo into body & give her a massage to past teh time,medicated shampoos need to be left on the skin 5-10mins so they work massages will make her feel good, everything to do with baths must all feel good, so she relates baths as a good thing, with my boy its the massages & after he’s finshed he gets his Mussels treats or he use to get a meaty bone but that idea when out the door when he would just chewed the bone a few times & swollowed it my last dog slowly ate the meat off the bone & took a few hours munching away on the raw meaty bone, but Patch is a gulper with all his food, Patch was never agressive only in the beginning when I touched his paws he use to growl at me as they were very sore & red I didnt know he couldn’t eat chicken the chicken makes his paws red, red around his mouth & rubbing mouth on carpet or grass, his skin smells real yeasty & I was so shocked when he growled at me I think he got shocked with my reaction, I just said to him your not nice you dont growl at me & I walked out of the room, then I came back 10mins later & showed him Im going to put some cream on your paws to make them feel better, I some cream on my foot to show him, at first he didnt trust me but I so slowly applied the cream inbetween his paws around the pad & it must of felt good cause he let me do it.. Patch was also put on a vet diet first the Royal Canine HP but he was getting bad acid reflux from all the oils in the R/C HP these skin vet diets are very high in Omega oils then he was put on Hills Z/d dry it has the same ingredients as the Purina HA dry kibble but the Purina is lower in fat & uses different omega oils but Patch reacted to the Starch in the Hillls Z/d he itchy skin got worse vet thought it was from the corn starch Purina also uses corn starch so if teh Purina HA she is still itchy dont worry its probably the corn Starch need to try another food, raw is te best if you can afford to feed a premade raw diet just dont feeing any of te proteins she has eaten before, Dr B’s Barf has Kangaroo formula … if you dont see an improvement after 7 weeks & she is still itchy I’d be trying another food ask vet can you try “California Natural” Lamb Rice Large Bites formula it just has 3 ingredients Lamb Rice & Sunflower oil so less chances of having a reaction, when she starts to improve then what you do is after the 2 month period where she eats nothing except the Purina HA or whatever is working you start to add 1 new ingredient to her diet add cooked chicken & see if she starts to itch Patch started to itch within 20mins of adding the raw chicken to his meal, I went thru a Animal Naturopath & put Patch on a raw elimination diet…. but she can not be on the Apoquel while doing an elimination diet you’ll never work out what she is sensitive too its nilly Winter in America this is the best time to do a food elimination diet cause most of the environment allergens aren’t around, its Spring & Summer when their at the worst, then you slowly start to add 1 new ingredient evry 6 weeks to her diet it can take from 1 day to see a reaction to a food up to 6 weeks for them to react, elimination diet is time consuming but you will get results there’s no test to find out what foods she is sensitive too, With te aggression you might need animal behaviourist to help or go to puppy classes even though she is older you can still go to puppy school training & you learn what to do & what not to do when she is being aggressive, there’s a group on face book called “Reactive Dogs” its pretty good, you & your boyfriend have a BIG road ahead of yourselves & alot of hard work but she’ll be worth, she probably feels lost & depressed at the moment, was she used for breeding? why did the owner give her up did she say the reason?
    After I rescued Patch I understood why he was dumped at the pound, he was weeing blood, pooing blood, vomiting, itchy red paws, itchy smelly skin he was a mess & most of his health problems was food related….
    “4health” have their 4Health Special Care Sensitive Skin formula it’s Hydrolyzed Salmon & Pea Flour very similiar to a vet diet but cheaper or there’s 4Health Sensitive Stomach it’s Egg & Potato no meat proteins…

  • sarah guenther

    she was itching in the car when I brought her home but I didn’t think anything of it until i got home and took her out and saw how much she was itching. actually . the previous owner asked if I wanted her in the crate or out when we picked her up and she decided it would be better to get her in my car and home if she was in the crate, so I’m thinking shr just didn’t want us to see how bad she was itching.

  • sarah guenther

    seems to not suffer if shes on apoquel, which she is again. trying to not waste time and get her help, but I feel like I’m going in circles trying to help her and getting no results. starting her on new food tomorrow. mixing what she eats now that previous owner fed her, Purina moist and meaty, half and half for a week. then all new food for 7 weeks . vet said no treats or flavored bones during new food trial. the woman I bought her from did not tell me anything about her itching. which is probably why she couldn’t keep her, but a warning would have been nice. so i knew what i was getting into and could have been prepared to help the dog, not feel helpless and think i did something wrong. one good thing is, I haven’t seen any fleas on her. but, vet said it could have been one flea bite and set her off. which if that’s the case she said it could take several weeks for dogs to get back to normal when that kind of thing happens. also, previous owner gave me everything she had for her, including 2 different shampoos for itching and sensitive skin. so I’m sure this has been going on for quite some time. when I questioned her about itching she saod, I wanted to take her to vet to find out why but was unable to. because she wasn’t honest to begin eith, i haven’t asked her much more about the dog because I don’t know what to believe. hard to rule much out since we haven’t had her long. my mom keeps saying, Sarah just keep telling yourself you did a good thing, took her out of a bad situation obviously and you’re doing the right thing and everything you can right now.

  • sarah guenther

    vet had me buy the Purina HA. I was reading thru reviews last night ans was a little skeptical. fortunately she isn’t suffering when she is taking the apoquel. but I’m assuming being on that long term will mask her allergies and then I’ll never know what it’s from. vet said to do a week of food she’s been on, Purina moist and meaty is what previous owner fed her so i haven’t changed it yet until I saw the vet and could go over that. I’m mixing half and half for a week then no treats or flavored bones for the next 7 weeks, cold turkey cut every thing out except new food. I guess that will be the way to determine what kind of allergy it could be? I got her September 17th and as soon as wr got her home she didn’t stop itching. took her to vet 2 days later and this is as far as we have gotten. previous owner put a soresto flea collar on her August 22nd. vet said if it was one flea that set her off, getting her back to normal and no longer itchy from that could take several weeks. hoping to take her back for a medicated bath this week. I tried to bathe her at home and she didn’t want to go in bathroom. finally got her in there with door closed, my bf picked her up to calm her down and was going to sit in tub with her but before he could even get close to the tub she growled and tried to nip at him…so that was a bust. took her for shots last weekend, previous owner hadn’t got her shots this year and last rabies was 2013. when tech came to give her shots she wagged her tail and was fineuntil she tried to get her with needle. tried a muzzle and she w9asn’t having that either. seems like if my bf and I aren’t near her, she allows vet to put a cone on and check her out. not sure how to bathe her at this point myself. I’ve had dogs growing up and never dealt with her aggressiveness to people checking on her or trying to bathe her. maybe she was abused? or not socialized? she’s such a good girl, doesn’t go potty in the house, very lazy and stubborn sometimes when she doesn’t want to get out of bed and go to the bathroom but other than that she’s a good dog. I’m hoping to rule some things out myself instead of going to the vet every other week for them to say they vsnt rule anything out yet. and trying to find her some relief. she mainly itches her face, she rubs it on the side of the couch, or she’s itchy her belly and hind leg/thigh area. sometimes near her girly bits. gets really red and I thought it was a hot spot, started her on apoquel and redness went away within a day or less. I feel like I’m going in circles trying to help this poor baby!

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