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Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic Canine is clinical nutrition specially 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 Metabolic Canine is recommended for overweight and obese dogs, as well as weight maintenance after weight loss. This food is clinically proven to safely provide 28% body fat loss in 2 months in dogs and avoid weight regain following a weight loss programme.

  • High scientifically formulated nutrient complex - provides appetite regulation, reduces inflammation and improves energy metabolism.

  • High soluble and insoluble fibre to trigger satiety, control appetite, and maintain gastrointestinal health.

  • High L-carnitine - helps dogs burn fat while sparing lean muscle mass, resulting in more effective weight loss.

  • High L-lysine - helps metabolise fat for energy production and maintain lean body mass.

  • High superior antioxidant formula - defend cells from free radical oxidation, promoting a healthy immune system.
12 x 370g

Pork, maize, egg whites, chicken, cellulose, rice, tomato pomace, flaxseed, coconut oil, minerals, DL-methionine, carrot powder, L-leucine, salt, vitamins, trace elements, taurine, L-carnitine, beta-carotene.

ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS
 as feddry matterper 100 kcal ME5
Protein 7.2 % 28.2 % 8.3 g
Fat 3.4 % 13.3 % 3.9 g
Carbohydrate (NFE) 9.5 % 37.2 % 10.9 g
Fibre (crude) 4.0 % 15.7 % 4.6 g
Total Dietary Fibre 5.90 % 23.14 % 6.78 g
Moisture 74.5 % 292.2 % 85.6 g
Calcium 0.20 % 0.78 % 230 mg
Phosphorus 0.15 % 0.59 % 172 mg
Sodium 0.10 % 0.39 % 115 mg
Potassium 0.21 % 0.82 % 241 mg
Magnesium 0.02 % 0.08 % 23 mg
Omega-3 fatty acids 0.23 % 0.90 % 264 mg
Omega-6 fatty acids 0.67 % 2.63 % 770 mg
Taurine 383 mg/kg 1,502 mg/kg 44 mg
L-Carnitine 90 mg/kg 353 mg/kg 10 mg
L-lysine 0.44 % 1.73 % 506 mg
Vitamin A 13,860 IU/kg 54,353 IU/kg 1,593 IU
Vitamin D 93 IU/kg 365 IU/kg 11 IU
Vitamin E 135 mg/kg 529 mg/kg 16 mg
Vitamin C 25 mg/kg 98 mg/kg 2.87 mg
Beta-carotene 1.0 mg/kg 3.9 mg/kg 0.11 mg

METABOLISABLE ENERGY

 as feddry matter4
kcal/100g 87 343
kJ/100g 366 1,434

Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic 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 Metabolic food and Metabolic Canine Treats. Please note that this is a guide only and that individual animals may have different requirements. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain the optimal body weight and keep fresh water availalbe at all times.

FOR WEIGHT LOSS: Determine the amount to feed based on the target weight rather than the current weight.

FOR WEIGHT CONTROL: Patient should be monitored to ensure proper body weight is maintained. Increase food amounts accordingly.

When feeding for the first time, mix increasing amounts of the pet’s new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period.

 

Feeding guide - Wet

Body Weight kgFOR CORRECTION OF EXCESS WEIGHT
Can (370g)
FOR ALL
OTHER INDICATIONS
Can (370g)
2 1/3 1/2
2.50 1/2 2/3
3 1/2 2/3
4 2/3 1
5 2/3 1
7.50 1 1 1/2
10 1 1/3 2
15 1 2/3 2 2/3
20 2 3 1/3
30 2 2/3 4 1/2
40 3 1/2 5 1/2
50 4 6 1/2
60 + 4 2/3 7 1/2

A 350g can is equal to 85 grams of the dry food. 9

Mixed feeding guide

Body Weight
kg
FOR CORRECTION OF EXCESS WEIGHT
Can (370g)
Dry grams FOR ALL OTHER INDICATIONS
Can (370g)
Dry grams
2 1/3 5   1/2 10
3 1/3 15   1/2 30
4 1/3 30   1/2 50
5 1/2 25   1/2 70
7.50 1/2 50   1/2 110
10 1 25   1 100
15 1 70   1 170
20 1 110   1 235
30 2 80   2 255
40 2 150   2 365
50 2 215   2 470
60 + 2 4 per kg   2 9 per kg

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.