Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic Weight Management Dry Dog Food - Chicken
Hill’s Prescription Diet Canine Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution is an innovative weight management solution to improve weight programme success.
- Innovative weight management solution to improve weight programme success
- Clinically proven to safely provide 28% body fat loss in dogs in two months*
- Clinically proven to avoid weight regain following a weight loss programme*
- 96% of dogs lost weight in two months at home – proven in blinded in-home feeding study*
- Great compliance and zero deprivation – 90% of clients completed the weight loss programme
- Available in dog formula, dry and cans
*Data on file, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc.
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Wheat, chicken (14%) and turkey meal, maize gluten meal, pea bran meal, maize, digest, tomato pomace, cellulose, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, coconut oil, animal fat, dried citrus pulp, dried grape pomace, spinach powder, minerals, L-lysine, L-carnitine, vitamins, taurine, trace elements and beta-carotene. With natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
Fat 11.3%, fibre (crude) 13.3%, moisture 8.5%, protein 26%.
Nutritional additives (per kg):
Vitamin A 9735 IU, vitamin C 122 mg, vitamin D 759 IU, vitamin E 675 mg, beta-carotene 2 mg, calcium 0.84%, carbohydrate 35%, L-Carnitine 290 mg, magnesium 0.12%, Omega 3 -fatty acids 0.72%, Omega 6-fatty acids 2.08%, phosphorus 0.62%, potassium 0.74%, sodium 0.33%, taurine 1062 mg.
Pork, maize, egg whites, chicken, cellulose, rice, tomato pomace, flaxseed, coconut oil, minerals, DL-methionine, carrot powder, L-leucine, salt, vitamins, trace elements, taurine, L-carnitine, beta-carotene.
Fat 3.4%, fibre crude 4%, moisture 74.5%, protein 7.2%.
Nutritional additives (per kg):
Vitamin A 13860 IU, vitamin C 25 mg, vitamin D 93 IU, vitamin E 135 mg, beta-carotene 1 mg, calcium 0.2%, carbohydrate 9.5%, L-Carnitine 90 mg, L-lysine 0.44%, magnesium 0.02%, Omega 3 -fatty acids 0.23%, Omega 6-fatty acids 0.67%, phosphorus 0.15%, potassium 0.21%, sodium 0.1%, taurine 383 mg.
|Dog`s Weight (kg)||Dry food (grams)||Cans 370 g|
|Weight loss||Weight maintenance||Weight loss||Weight loss|
|15||170||275||1 2/3||2 2/3|
|30||285||460||2 2/3||4 1/2|
|40||355||570||3 1/2||5 1/2|
|60+||8 per kg||13 per kg||4 2/3||7 1/2|
A 370g can is equal to 104 grams of the dry food.
Always make sure that your dog has access to plenty of water.
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Hill’s Prescription Diet Canine Metabolic helps your dog lose weight safely and comfortably.I cant say it often enough, this product does what it says and I can see the different in her, she seems more comfortable within herself.
Keeps my lab trimMy 10 year old labrador is keeping nice and slim and energetic
Great for mature doggies who eat too muchI have been using this product for a while now for my elderly little girl (miniature dachshund /miniature pinscher) who has a tendency to overeat. It is very nutritious and designed to help her feel full after eating which it does very well.
Weight stabilised - I think!This seems to suit my dog and I don't think she's gained weight since starting on it - more than a year ago. Pity there aren't any other varieties though - she has the same food day in, day out - although not sure if she cares!
ExcellentI started feeding my Cavalier King Charles spaniel with this as I to my shame, let him gain weight before I realised. I took him to the weight loss clinic run by nurses at my vet surgery & they recommended feeding Hills metabolic when losing weight with his normal food wasn't working. Working with them on a regular basis, & taking their advice, he soon lost weight. Cavaliers are prone to weight gain, & I now watch his weight very carefully having learned a lot from clinic visits. I have kept him on it, as returning even to a light food he began to gain weight, but review this regularly with the vet on his health check visits. After losing weight his love of exercise has returned dramatically & he is a much happier dog. I would recommend as long as the vet is involved as well.