Hill's Prescription Diet Digestive/Weight Management w/d Adult Dry Cat Food - Chicken
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline w/d is a complete food formulated to help cats achieve and maintain their ideal weight
How it works
This food is formulated to be low in calories and fat to help aid weight loss, but still taste delicious to stop your cat feeling deprived. High levels of dietary fibre will keep your cat feeling full despite having eaten fewer calories, making it easier to cut down on treats between meals. Added L-carnitine works with your cat's metabolism to burn fat and maintain muscle, helping them regain a lean and healthy appearance.
The high levels of fibre in the food are also beneficial for your pet's digestion, keeping their system moving and regulating bowel movements. Antioxidants work in a similar way, preventing potential stomach upsets by neutralising harmful toxins in your cat's gut.
- low in calories and fat to aid weight loss
- high levels of dietary fibre keep your cat feeling full
- L-carnitine helps burn fat and maintain muscle
- fibre maintains and regulates digestion
- antioxidants work to neutralise potentially harmful free radicals.
When to use it
If your cat has been gaining weight gradually for a while, you might not have noticed that they have become overweight. Symptoms which may indicate your pet is heavier than they should be include a lack of energy, reluctance to exercise, or exhaustion after light activity. If you suspect that your cat is overweight or obese, it's best to take them to the vet for a weight and health check before beginning any weight loss programme.
Obesity is one of the most common health issues faced by cats in the UK and if not treated it can lead to serious conditions such as arthritis, heart disease and diabetes. If you are aware that your cat is prone to putting on weight, there are simple steps you can take to keep them at their ideal size and shape. By ensuring your cat has plenty of play time and exercise, you will keep them happy as well as helping them maintain muscle and lose fat. A high quality, low calorie diet, fed as recommended for your cat's size and weight, will also help to keep them trim and healthy.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Hill's Prescription Diet Feline w/d to your dog, please consult your veterinary surgeon.