Hill's Canine Prescription Diet r/d Weight Reduction Tin 12 x 350g
|Brand||Hill's Prescription Diet|
Hill's Prescription Diet r/d Canine is recommended for obesity and fibre responsive diseases in overweight dogs: diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidaemia,colitis and constipation. This is clinically proven nutrition for healthy weight loss in just 8 weeks.
- Low fat - stored body fat is used to meet energy needs, resulting in weight loss.
- High fibre - provides increased dietary bulk which aids satiety and avoids hunger.
- L-Carnitine - facilitates conversion of fat to energy and helps maintain lean body mass.
- L-Lysine - helps preserve lean muscle mass.
- Superior antioxidant formula - helps neutralise free radicals that increase in obese animals.
Packaging12 x 350g
Pork, vegetable fibre, ground rice, pork liver, cellulose, soybean meal, iron oxide, digest, vegetable oil, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, iodised salt, taurine, L-carnitine supplement, vitamins and trace elements.
|as fed||dry matter||per 100 kcal ME5|
|Protein||6.2 %||25.4 %||8.5 g|
|Fat||2.1 %||8.6 %||2.9 g|
|Carbohydrate (NFE)||9.5 %||38.9 %||13.0 g|
|Fibre (crude)||5.2 %||21.3 %||7.1 g|
|Moisture||75.6 %||309.8 %||103.6 g|
|Calcium||0.16 %||0.66 %||219 mg|
|Phosphorus||0.13 %||0.53 %||178 mg|
|Sodium||0.06 %||0.25 %||82 mg|
|Potassium||0.18 %||0.74 %||247 mg|
|Magnesium||0.03 %||0.12 %||41 mg|
|Omega-3 fatty acids||0.08 %||0.33 %||110 mg|
|Omega-6 fatty acids||0.68 %||2.79 %||932 mg|
|L-Carnitine||90 mg/kg||369 mg/kg||12 mg|
|Vitamin A||4,000 IU/kg||16,393 IU/kg||548 IU|
|Vitamin D||320 IU/kg||1,311 IU/kg||44 IU|
|Vitamin E||122 mg/kg||500 mg/kg||17 mg|
|Vitamin C||17 mg/kg||70 mg/kg||2.33 mg|
|Beta-carotene||0.4 mg/kg||1.6 mg/kg||0.05 mg|
|as fed||dry matter4|
|Target urinary pH||6.8 - 7.2|
Hill's Prescription Diet r/d Canine should be recommended by your veterinary surgeon. For detailed information on feeding amounts and how this food can help your pet, please consult your veterinary surgeon. Exclusively feed the recommended Prescription Diet food and keep fresh water availalbe at all times. These ranges are a starting point only because dogs' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount as necessary. To correct obesity, the amount to be fed should be based on the estimated ideal weight (target weight) and not the weight when obese. After reaching the target body weight, a dog should be fed Prescription Diet w/d Canine to maintain its ideal weight. In case of mobility problems, Prescription Diet j/d Canine Reduced Calorie can be given.
|Body Weight kg||FOR CORRECTION OF EXCESS WEIGHT|
|Target Body Weight kg||Cans 350 g||Cans 350 g|
|2||1/3||2/3 - 3/4|
|3||1/2||3/4 - 1 1/4|
|4||3/4||1 - 1 1/2|
|5||1||1 1/4 - 1 3/4|
|6||1||1 1/2 - 2|
|7||1 1/4||1 2/3 - 2 1/4|
|8||1 1/3||1 3/4 - 2 1/2|
|9||1 1/2||2 - 2 2/3|
|10||1 1/2||2 - 3|
|15||2||2 3/4 - 4|
|20||2 1/2||3 1/2 - 4 3/4|
|25||3||4 1/4 - 5 3/4|
|30||3 1/2||4 3/4 - 6 1/2|
|35||4||5 1/3 - 7 1/3|
|40||4 1/3||6 - 8 1/4|
|50||5||7 - 9 2/3|
|60||6||8 - 11|
|70 +||0.9 per 10 kg||1 1/2 per 10 kg|
A 350g can is equal to 85 grams of the dry food.
This food should be used only when recommended by a vet following the examination of your pet. Whilst your pet is being fed this diet, it is recommended that you seek veterinary advice at least every 6 months and immediately if your pet’s condition deteriorates in any way.