Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Dry Dog Food - Chicken
Hill's Prescription Diet Canine w/d has been specially blended to keep your dog active and happy by helping them maintain a healthy weight.
How it works
This food contains less than 10% fat, which helps to reduce your dog’s overall fat intake in general. One of the key ingredients is L-carnitine, which boosts your dog’s natural ability to break down fats, as well as ensuring that your dog’s muscles get all the energy they need.
The balanced mix of soluble and insoluble fibres can help to keep your dog’s weight stable while providing an essential source of energy. The insoluble fibres allow your dog to eat more without retaining too many calories, while the soluble fibres are broken down into fatty acids. These fatty acids aid overall digestion, promoting a healthy bowel.
Naturally occurring antioxidants are also included. These elements are fundamental in eliminating unwanted free radicals from your dog’s body. Excess free radicals can damage and kill healthy cells, which could lead to further health risks from disease and illness.
- fat and calorie levels reduced for a healthier diet
- aids your dog’s natural ability to breakdown fats thanks to L-carnitine and balanced fibre mix
- contains antioxidants, clinically proven to fight free radical formation
- magnesium and sodium counts are less than 1%, which promotes a health bladder.
When to use it
If your dog is gaining weight, it can have a negative impact on their overall quality of life. They may not be able to run or play as much as normal, and there are a number of associated health risks. Some breeds do have a tendency to eat more than others, especially greyhounds, golden retrievers and some terriers.
Incorporating Hill's Prescription Diet Canine could contribute to a healthier overall lifestyle for your dog. This is especially true when paired with the additional exercise that some vulnerable breeds need, such as longer or more frequent walks in the park, for example.
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 Canine to your dog, please consult your veterinary surgeon.