Hill's Prescription Diet k/d Kidney Care with Lamb Dry Dog Food
Hill’s Prescription Diet Weight Reduction R/D Canine Dog Food is not rated due to its .
Food sensitivities and intolerance are potentially serious problems that can result in sensitive or irritated skin, coat and ear conditions or even gastrointestinal upset. Dogs that have a food sensitivities or intolerance, also called adverse reactions to food, typically experience an abnormal response to the protein in the food. If your dog suffers from adverse reaction to food, it is even more important to feed the right food. Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet z/d clinical nutrition especially formulated to support your dog's skin and food sensitivities. In fact, z/d is clinically proven nutrition to help avoid adverse reactions to food.
Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Canine provides all the nutrition your dog needs. Please consult your veterinarian for further information on how our Prescription Diet foods can help your dog to continue to enjoy a happy and active life.
Prescription Diet: Clinical Therapeutic Dog & Cat Food | Hill's Pet
Prescription Diet Dog Food - Therapeutic Nutrition | Hill's Pet
Hill’s Prescription Diet Digestive Care I/D Canine is a plant-based dry dog food using a modest amount of chicken meal, chicken by-product meal or egg product as its main sources of animal protein.I started looking for other dog food because I thought perhaps there might be a better option for my little guy. He currently is on hills prescription oral health t/d diet. After reading all these comments I think I will leave well enough alone. He is healthy, happy has good poops and we have never really had any issues with his health. We give him the odd treat now and then but it never interfere’s with his regular eating habits. Boy everyone sure does have an opinion on this blog. I feel kinda lucky that I’ve had no problems so I think I will just let it be. Select dog or cat and discover the benefits of Hill's® Prescription Diet® therapeutic pet foods — formulated for most of your pet's life care needs. We have a 12 yr old Wheaten Terrier who has been on Hills Prescription Diet (Z/D canned and dry) for many years. He did fine on it for years. In late June he began vomiting and having loose stools. This became an ongoing discussion with our vet. In the meantime the vomiting continued - sometimes it was noticeable food, other times just bile or frothy wetness. He's lost several pounds. Last month our vet did allergy testing and he came up as allergic to soy, fish and rice. One of the main ingredients in Z/D is soy. Our vet felt that it was not likely that the soy in the z/d was bothering our dog because the protein is broken down supposedly beyond the point of reactivity.