Elimination Diet with Slow Cooked Venison
Greencross Vets

Elimination Diet with Slow Cooked Venison

Vet consultation required to feed this diet

500g NET (2 x 250g portions)
  • Novel protein
  • Single protein source
  • Highly digestible
  • Human-grade Aussie ingredients
  • Independently lab tested
  • Highly palatable
  • Scientifically formulated to be a novel single animal protein elimination diet for investigating food allergies
Greencross Vets Store in freezer at or below -15°C. To serve defrost to 4°C. Keep refrigerated and use within 7 days.

Has your dog been showing signs of allergic reactions?

Are you having difficulty determining the cause of your pet’s allergic reactions?

Your veterinarian likely recommended this elimination diet. This diet addresses key areas to limit exposure to potential allergens:

Novel Protein
Venison is a highly digestible single animal protein source. If your dog has had no prior exposure to venison they are less likely to have an immune response which could cause adverse allergic reactions.

Optimal Supplementation
This diet is complete and balanced. It also contains algal oil which assists in restoring fatty acids in the epirdermal skin layer. This aids in recovery from skin related rashes and loss of fur caused by irritated skin.

Feeding Guide

Daily Feeding Guide

Adult Weight (kg) Feed (g) Number of 250g portions
2 – 5 200 – 375 1 – 1½
5 – 10 375 – 630 1 ½ – 2 ½
10 – 15 630 – 850 2 ½ – 3 ½
15 – 20 850 – 1050 3 ½ – 4
20kg+ Add ½ portion (125g) per 5kg of additional body weight.
Treatment Plan

Step 1

Consult with a veterinarian if your pet has any symptoms of allergens. Symptoms may include itchiness, limb chewing, recurring ear infections, vomiting or diarrhoea.

Step 2

Receive confirmation from your veterinarian that these symptoms are not caused by any other potential diagnoses e.g. ticks or plants. Follow your veterinarian’s recommendation following your consultation.

Step 3

Exclusively feed your dog The Nosh Project Elimination Diet and monitor them to see if symptoms improve within four weeks’ time. Return to your veterinarian to assess if symptoms have improved and the next steps for your pet’s diet plan.

Step 4

Your veterinarian will advise ongoing support you’ll need to ensure your pet does not have recurring reactions that are food related.

Transition & Storage

If feeding The Nosh Project for the first time, gradually transition to this new food over a period of 5 to 7 days.

Ensure your dog always has fresh clean water.

Store in freezer at or below -15°C. To serve defrost to 4°C. Keep refrigerated and use within 7 days.


Day 1 - 2

25% Nosh, 75% existing diet


Day 3 - 4

50% Nosh, 50% existing diet


Day 5 - 6

75% Nosh, 25% existing diet


Day 7+

100% Nosh


Venison, white rice, broccoli, carrots, spinach, canola oil, vitamins & minerals, algal oil (EPA, DHA), psyllium husk.


The Nosh Project Elimination Diet is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for adult maintenance.



(Average as fed)
Crude Protein 9.0% (min)
Crude Fat 4.0% (min)
Crude Fibre 1.2% (max)
ME (Metabolisable Energy) 116kcal/100g
Sodium 0.24% (min)
Calcium 0.60% (min)
Phosphorus 0.40% (min)
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If your dog doesn't love eating The Nosh Project, bring it back and we will refund your purchase.

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