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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine h/d

Hill's Prescription Diet Canine h/d
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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine h/d is a dietetic dog food specially formulated to help manage the symptoms of heart disease of adult dogs. This dry formula contains selected nutrients to... Read more

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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine h/d is a dietetic dog food specially formulated to help manage the symptoms of heart disease of adult dogs.

This dry formula contains selected nutrients to maintain normal heart muscle function and help reduce related fluid retention which can cause high blood pressure. Heart disease is a condition frequently found in ageing dogs. The most commonly seen heart diseases are due to a less efficiently working heart valve or heart muscle. This will lead to fluid retention and discomfort for your dog. Fluid retention is in response to a less efficient heart function and can be made more problematic with foods that are high in sodium. Hill's Prescription Diet Canine h/d recipe has reduced level of sodium to reduce the discomfort of liquid retention. Other ingredients such as L-carnitine and taurine (particularly for the cat) are important for good functioning of the heart muscle. Cardiac function can benefit from high level of antioxidants which help neutralise free radicals. 


Key benefits:

  • Dietetic dry food for adult dogs with heart failure symptoms
  • Reduced level of sodium chloride to control clinical signs associated with sodium and fluid retention
  • Potassium magnesium optimally controlled supports patients receiving diuretic or ACE inhibitor therapy
  • Taurine L-Carnitine helps maintain normal heart muscle function
  • With reduced protein phosphorus to slow progression of concurrent renal disease
  • B-complex vitamins counters increased losses in patients receiving diuretics
  • High level of antioxidants reduces harmful free radicals and supports cardiac function

This food is recommended for adult dogs with heart disease and heart failure, also hypertension and fluid retention dog`s conditions.

Not recommended for cats, puppies, pregnant or lactating bitches, dogs with sodium depletion (e.g. following severe vomiting or diarrhoea) and dogs with hyperlipidaemia or pancreatitis, or with a history of, or at risk of, pancreatitis.

Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, Hill`s recommends that you only use them under professional advice.

Ingredients

Composition:

Maize, wheat, animal fat, chicken (22%) and turkey meal, soybean oil, minerals, digest, dried whole egg, cellulose, L-carnitine, vitamins, taurine, trace elements and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).

Analytical constituents:

Fat 19.4%, moisture 7.5%, fibre (crude) 2.2%, protein 16.6%.

Nutritional additives (per kg):

Vitamin A 11340 IU, vitamin C 90 mg, vitamin D 883 IU, vitamin E 600 mg, calcium 0.63%, chloride 0.3%, L-Carnitine 321 mg, magnesium 0.13%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.33%, Omega-6 fatty acids 3.84%, phosphorus 0.43%, potassium 0.65%, sodium 0.06%, taurine 1298 mg. 

Feeding Guide

Recommended quantity (grams/day):

 

Dog's weight kg Grams
2.5 45 - 65
5 80 - 110
10 130 - 185
20 122 - 305
30 300 - 415
40 375 - 515
50+ 10 per kg

 

Always make sure that your dog has access to plenty of water.

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  • My 11 year old Westie, Toby, was diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease several years ago. It took a while to find a diet that he could tolerate and also enjoy. Hills diet proved to be `the one` and Toby has lived an active and healthy life as a result. I am reassured that he is receiving a highly nutritious diet that is easily digested, and that he enjoys with great enthusiasm! I find that feeding him smaller amounts 3-4 times a day is perfect for his digestion. I (and Toby!) would recommend this produc
    Tracy Johnson - October 31, 2010