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Hill's prescription Diet w/d Canine is clinical nutrition especially formulated to support your dog's weight management.

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Hill's Prescription Diet

Manufacturer

Hill's

Species

Dog

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Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Canine is a complete and balanced food that provides all the nutrition your dog needs. It is recommended for weight maintenance after weight loss, fibre-responsive conditions (diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidaemia, colitis and constipation), hyperlipidaemia and struvite urolithiasis reduction in obesity prone dogs. Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Canine is also appropriate for adult dogs that are less active or neutered.

 

  • Reduced energy and fat - helps avoid weight gain and helps lower lipid levels.

  • Increased total dietary fibre - provides increased dietary bulk which helps reduce satiety and reduce hunger. In dogs with diabetes mellitus, it helps minimise blood glucose fluctuation, which may help reduce insulin dose. In the cases of colitis and constipation, it modifies bowel transit time and helps increse intestinal motility. 

  • Supplemented L-carnitine - facilitates conversion of fat to energy and helps maintain lean body mass.

  • Reduced magnesium, phosphorus and protein - decreases urinary concentration of struvite constituents, magnesium, ammonium (from protein) and phosphate.

  • Maintains acid pH 6.2-6.4 - discourages the formation and aggregation of struvite crystals.

  • Superior antioxidant formula - neutralises free radicals.
12 kg

Ground maize, cellulose, chicken and turkey meal, maize gluten meal, pea bran meal, digest, dried beet pulp, animal fat, flaxseed, vegetable oil, potassium citrate, salt, L-lysine hydrochloride, L-carnitine supplement, ground rice, potassium chloride, taurine, L-tryptophan, vitamins and trace elements. Contains EU approved antioxidant. 

ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS
 as feddry matter4per 100 kcal ME5
Protein 17.4 % 18.9 % 5.8 g
Fat 8.3 % 9.0 % 2.8 g
Carbohydrate (NFE) 47.8 % 52.0 % 16.0 g
Starch 38.50 % 41.80 % 12.90 g
Total sugars 1.10 % 1.20 % 5.10 g
Fibre (crude) 14.3 % 15.6 % 4.8 g
Moisture 8.0 % - 2.7 g
Calcium 0.60 % 0.65 % 200 mg
Phosphorus 0.50 % 0.54 % 167 mg
Sodium 0.24 % 0.26 % 80 mg
Potassium 0.63 % 0.69 % 212 mg
Magnesium 0.09 % 0.10 % 31 mg
Omega-3 fatty acids 0.44 % 0.48 % 148 mg
Omega-6 fatty acids 2.50 % 2.72 % 837 mg
L-Carnitine 325 mg/kg 353 mg/kg 11 mg
Vitamin A 11,600 IU/kg 12,609 IU/kg 389 IU
Vitamin D 470 IU/kg 511 IU/kg 16 IU
Vitamin E 600 mg/kg 652 mg/kg 20 mg
Vitamin C 70 mg/kg 76 mg/kg 2.30 mg
Beta-carotene 1.5 mg/kg 1.6 mg/kg 0.05 mg

METABOLISABLE ENERGY

 as feddry matter4
kcal/100g 299 325
kJ/100g 1,249 1,358
Target urinary pH 6.2 - 6.4

Hill's Prescription Diet w/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 available at all times. These ranges are a starting point only because dogs' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain the optimal body weight.

 FOR PREVENTION OF EXCESS WEIGHTFOR ALL OTHER INDICATIONS
Ideal Body Weight kgDry gramsDry grams
2 45 - 65 55 - 75
3 65 - 85 70 - 100
4 80 - 110 90 - 125
5 90 - 125 105 - 145
6 105 - 145 120 - 165
7 120 - 165 135 - 185
8 130 - 180 150 - 205
9 145 - 200 165 - 225
10 155 - 215 175 - 245
15 210 - 290 240 - 330
20 260 - 360 300 - 410
25 310 - 425 350 - 485
30 355 - 490 405 - 560
35 395 - 550 455 - 625
40 440 - 605 500 - 690
50 520 - 715 595 - 820
60 595 - 820 680 - 940
70 + 10 - 12 per kg 12 - 14 per kg

A 370g can is equal to 120 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.