Hill's Science Plan Light Small & Mini Mature Adult 7+ Dry Dog Food - Chicken
Chicken recipe, small breed dry dog food for dogs who require a low-calorie food. Specially designed small kibble size, with L-carnitine to promote healthy weight, joint movement and heart function.
Little dogs can still have a big appetite, so for older small dogs that are less active, there's HILL'S SCIENCE PLAN Small & Mini Light Mature Adult dog food with Chicken. This dog food is tailored nutrition for less active older adult small & mini dogs who require a low-calorie food to help maintain a healthy weight & lifestyle. Specially made with small size kibble, this light food for small dogs contains L-carnitine to promote healthy weight, joint movement and heart function. The high-quality protein supports muscle maintenance, while natural fibers keep your little dog full between meals. This premium dog food uses omega-6s and vitamin E to nourish your small dog's skin and coat, while a special antioxidant blend promotes a strong immunity for lifelong health. There’s more to love with the new look of SCIENCE PLAN. Some of our products also have new names, new kibble shapes & new formulas.
- Fresh new look
- Clinically proven weight management with visible results for small adult dogs
- Dog food with a high protein and high fibre formula, enriched with L-carnitine & coconut oil
- Made with prebiotic fibre for gentle digestion
- Healthy weight management for small dogs
- Made with high quality ingredients
- Veterinarian Recommended
Maize, wheat, chicken and turkey meal, cellulose, pea bran meal, digest, dried beet pulp, animal fat, flaxseed, vegetable oil, minerals, pork cartilage (source of chondroitin sulphate), crustacean shell hydrolysate (source of glucosamine).
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Good for older dogsMolly eats this with relish on a daily basis. Good size kibble for small and medium dogs
Really impressedI bought this in desperation as our little dog had suddenly started to put on weight, although she had been on a light food before. She was surprisingly happy to eat this and has now started to look trimmer and is also much livelier too.