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Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d

Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d
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Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d has been formulated by vets and nutritionists to support oral health in cats. How it works The food cleans your cat's teeth while they eat. The specially... Read more

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Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d has been formulated by vets and nutritionists to support oral health in cats.

How it works

The food cleans your cat's teeth while they eat. The specially shaped, extra-large kibbles completely cover the tooth before breaking apart, allowing the fibres (which are specially aligned in a matrix) to wipe the surface clean. As well as removing unsightly stains, the fibres also help get rid of plaque and tartar.

 The recipe also contains marginally less calcium and protein than other foods, discouraging the build up of plaque and tartar. The recipe is fortified with anti-oxidants, which combat free radicals – molecules which can cause cell damage. This food is nutritionally complete, meaning it can fully replace every meal. It's recommended for lifelong feeding of cats with dental issues.

Key benefits

  • gives your cat nutrients it needs for a healthy diet
  • specially shaped kibbles clean teeth
  • fights plaque
  • reduces bad breath
  • best results if used as only food source
  • reduced protein and calcium limit plaque and tartar build up
  • not recommended for cats with severe periodontal disease
  • not recommended for cats currently receiving urinary acidifiers.

When to use it

If your cat is suffering from dental issues, they'll probably show signs of having a sore mouth. Look out for excessive drooling, trouble eating and pawing at their mouth. Non-behavioural signs could include brown or yellow tartar build up on the teeth, bad breath, and tooth loss. Oral health is important: not just to avoid painful toothache, but also to keep your cat's system healthy. Bacteria build-up on teeth has been shown to have a negative effect on the kidneys, heart and metabolic systems.

This food is designed for cats that often have problems with plaque, stained teeth, tartar, gingivitis and very bad breath. It's not recommended for severe periodontal disease, so it's important to speak to your vet for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

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 t/d to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

Customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 48  Reviews

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  • Fantastic all round
    Was prescribed by our vet for our cats teeth and our cat loves them. she will go for these every time over her wet food. Great price, excellent delivery and customer service.
    MRowe - November 28, 2017
  • Great Food
    This food is helping to remove the tartar from my cat's teeth. And in addition, she likes the food. Easy to order and efficient delivery.
    Anonymous October 10, 2017
  • Fabulous
    My cats love this food. So much so, they walk away from their normal food until I give them a few kibbles of this one. After seeing a vet he recommended I give this a try after noticing a build up of tartar on my cats teeth. I give them just 7-9 kibbles morning and night mixed in with their normal dry food and it has been working a treat. Now I don't have a hefty bill for dental cleaning and extraction. Definitely recommend this food.
    Jackie b - September 19, 2017
  • Happy Harry
    Excellent product, excellent tracking and delivery service. Harry will eat nothing else. Dry food there is no waste.
    Trish Stanton - September 11, 2017
  • Fantastic food
    My vet recommended this food after my cat had a hereditary problem with her teeth and needed 4 out. He said this food would help remove tarter and keep them clean. That was 7 years ago and never looked back, even last year the vet was happy at how healthy her teeth looked. And my cat loves the taste!
    Hannah - August 29, 2017