Hills Prescription Diet r/d Weight Reduction Dog Food Dry with Chicken

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Key features of Hills Prescription Diet Weight Reduction R/D Canine with Chicken Dry:

  • Low in fat and energy to encourage use of stored body fat to meet energy needs, resulting in weight loss.
  • High in fibre to increase dietary bulk which limits hunger.
  • Added L-carnitine to help burn fat as energy and maintain lean muscle mass.
  • Diabetes mellitus: High fibre helps manage blood glucose fluctuations for diabetic patients.
  • Colitis: High fibre modifies bowel transit time.
  • Constipation: High fibre absorbs water and increases bowel motility

Lifestage: Adult and Mature Adult Dogs.

Recommended for:

  • Overweight dogs
  • Fibre-responsive conditions in overweight dogs
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Hyperlipidaemia
  • Colitis
  • Constipation

Not recommended for:

  • Dogs that are debilitated or underweight
  • Dehydrated dogs, in a hypermetabolic state
  • Dogs with moderate to advanced heart failure
  • Dogs with chronic kidney disease (IRIS stage 3 - 4)
  • Dogs with liver disease
  • Puppies
  • Pregnant or lactating bitches
By purchasing this Hills Prescription Diet food you confirm that your pet was examined by a vet who recommended the use of this food on the basis of his/her diagnosis. You understand that whilst your pet is being fed Hills Prescription Diet food you will seek veterinary advice at least every 6 months regarding its usage and will seek immediate veterinary advice should your pets condition deteriorate in any way whilst using this product.
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Hills Prescription Diet Weight Reduction R/D Canine with Chicken Dry was designed specifically for the management of weight problems in dogs.