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Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken

Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken
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Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken is a specially formulated food for adult large breed dogs who are neutered, less active, or prone to gaining weight. How it works... Read more

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Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken is a specially formulated food for adult large breed dogs who are neutered, less active, or prone to gaining weight.

How it works

If your dog puts on weight easily, or isn't especially active, it's important to find a diet solution that helps them maintain a healthy weight. This food is designed with added L-carnitine, which helps your dog to retain muscle mass while burning fat, keeping them looking lean and fit. A high fibre content also helps to keep your dog feeling full between meals, making them less likely to notice that they're eating fewer calories.

Alongside its weight loss benefits, the food contains glucosamine hydrochloride and chondroitin sulphate to maintain your dog's bones and joints. These substances form the building blocks of joint cartilage, providing support to your dog's joints and helping them stay supple and mobile as they age.

Key benefits

  • provides optimum nutrition for neutered, inactive, or obesity-prone dogs
  • addition of L-carnitine helps maintain muscle mass and burn fat
  • glucosamine hydrochloride and chondroitin sulphate provide support for strong bones and supple joints
  • high fibre content promotes a feeling of fullness

When to use it

Large breed dogs often tend to be less active than their smaller counterparts, meaning that it can be difficult to keep your pet at their ideal weight. If you suspect that your dog may be becoming overweight, it's a good idea to take him or her to the vet, who will check their weight and offer you advice accordingly.

The best way to help your dog lose weight is through diet, and a good quality food designed especially for larger breeds will provide your dog with all the nutrients they need. If your pet is used to treats, feeding them a couple of kibbles from their daily meal allowance is an easy and guilt free way to reward them. Alongside a suitable diet, encouraging your pet to exercise will help them reach and maintain their ideal weight and stay happy and healthy. 


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  • Hills science plan adult light chicken
    I have used Hills dog meal for many years. I have had Labradors for over 50 years. I have never had a fat Labrador, mainly because Hills products provide the varieties of meal which I can tailor to suit the animals needs in respect of diet and age.
    Mrs Eleanor Whitehead - December 22, 2017
  • Hills scienceplan large breed light
    This product helps keep my labradors weight in check
    Luci - November 4, 2016
  • Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken.
    I have a neutered Labrador and a Border Collie and they both love this food. Our Labrador is prone to putting on weight so our vet recommended Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Large Breed Light Chicken. We have managed to control her weight much better since switching her to this food and both dogs are thriving on it. The price from Medicanimal cannot be beaten and the excellent delivery service(generally 1-2 days) means that I don't have to carry it home!!!
    Sue Davey - November 4, 2016
  • Woof! Woof! Wag! Wag!
    We've eaten this Hills diet food for ages now and we love it. When we have a doggy sleepover at our house, our canine friends love it too!
    Dusty and Bix - October 30, 2016
  • very good food my great dane really loves this food eats every bit also does not upset her and keeps her weight down as she has been spayed
    vicki - December 31, 2013