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Table 2 Ingredient composition and nutrient analysis of the experimental diets

From: The response of canine faecal microbiota to increased dietary protein is influenced by body condition

Items LP HP
  Ingredients
  As-is basis (g/100 g)
Pork greaves 11.0 53.3
Brewers rice 50.9 20.0
Lard 11.0 8.50
Rice meal 15.0 6.00
Beet pulp 3.70 5.00
Dicalcium phosphate 3.00 2.10
Yeast 1.00 1.00
Salmon Oil 1.00 1.00
Animal digest1 0.89 0.89
Calcium carbonate 0.40 0.50
Bentonite clay 0.50 0.50
Salt 0.81 0.42
Vitamin mix 0.26 0.23
Mineral mix 0.22 0.22
Chorine chloride 0.14 0.14
Lecithine 0.10 0.10
  Nutrient Analysis
DM (g/100 g) 92.7 96.2
  g/100 g DM
Ash 5.35 4.75
CP 17.8 50.0
EE 13.6 12.2
CF 1.05 0.91
NFE2 62.3 32.2
Insoluble fibre 2.64 8.28
Soluble fibre 2.15 0.27
TDF 4.79 8.56
ME, kJ/100gDM3 1850 1833
  1. LP: low protein diet; HP: high protein diet; CP: crude protein; DM: dry matter; EE: ether extract; CF: crude fibre; ME: metabolizable energy; NFE: nitrogen-free extract; TDF: total dietary fibre
  2. 1Animal digest: a material which results from chemical and/or enzymatic hydrolysis of clean and undecomposed animal tissue [66]
  3. 2Calculated %NFE = % DM – (% EE+ % CP + % ash + % CF)
  4. 3Calculated ME = 16.7×g CP + 37.7×g Fat +16.7×g NFE [27]