Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d is a nutritionally complete food developed by vets and nutritionists to reduce allergic reactions and food intolerances in cats.
How it works
This food has been specially formulated to reduce the chances of intolerance and allergic reaction. It avoids common cat food ingredients and uses elements that your cat is unlikely to have encountered before, and so doesn't have an existing problem with. Protein is often a cause of cat allergies, especially fish, beef and dairy. Soy and gluten can also cause problems. This product avoids common allergens and uses a single source of protein. Added omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids improve coat health, whilst soothing inflamed and itchy skin. Its anti-oxidants can improve overall health by attacking free radicals, molecules which cause cell damage in the body.
- gluten and soy free, with a single source of protein
- unusual sources of protein and carbohydrate lower chance of allergic reaction
- omega-3 fatty acids reduce itching and inflammation caused by intolerance and allergy
- omega-6 fatty acids for a shiny coat
- can be used as an elimination diet
- nutritionally complete and contains everything your cat needs to stay healthy.
When to use it
Allergies and intolerances in cats show as gastrointestinal problems (diarrhoea, vomiting, flatulence) and skin conditions (excess scratching, swollen/inflamed skin, hair loss). These are also symptoms of more serious issues, so speak to your vet as soon as possible. They may put your cat on an elimination diet, with food such as Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d, to discover whether the problems are diet based.
Cats can develop food intolerances and allergies at any point in their lives, and once they develop they tend to stay. You will need to remove the offending ingredient from your cat's diet, or switch to a hypoallergenic food. However, this doesn't have to mean an end to treats, as products such as Hill's Prescription Diet Hypoallergenic Treats, provide allergen-free snacks for your cat.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Prescription Diet™ Feline d/d™ Dry Food
Venison & Green Pea
Dehydrated peas (46%), pea protein concentrate, animal fat, vitamins, pea bran meal, venison meal (4%), trace elements, vegetable oil, fish oil, digest, minerals.
Fat 21.8%, fibre (crude) 4.9%, moisture 6%, protein 30.1%.
Nutritional additives (per kg):
Vitamin A 6388 IU, vitamin D 671 IU, vitamin E 600 mg, beta-carotene 1.5 mg, calcium 0.75%, carbohydrate 32.7%, chloride 0.92%, magnesium 0.06%, Omega 3- fatty acids 0.99%, Omega 6- fatty acids 2.78%, phosphorus 0.64%, potassium 0.71%, sodium 0.32%, sulphur 0.57%.
|Body Weight (kg)||Dry food|
|2||30 - 40|
|3||40 - 55|
|4||50 - 70|
|5||60 - 80|
|6||65 - 95|
|7+||12 per kg|
Always make sure that your cat has access to plenty of water.
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Love the new resealable bags!It is very easy to open the new bag and to reseal it after use.
Great for my cat with lots of allergiesMy cat suffers from food and skin allergies so this food is great for her and to top it off she loves the taste!
Great Relief!My Ragdoll girl has been diagnosed with IBS and was put on this food. Wonderful! She is so much better now and seems to enjoy this food. It is so much cheaper through Pet Supermarket, which is a relief as this is all she eats! Recommend both the food and this site.
My cat loves Hills Prescription Diet Feline d/dI find the dry food rather oily but our cat loves it. I think the oil coating makes each biscuit heavy so the portions we serve tend to be small, leaving our cat wanting more. He has allergies to a range foods so this product is all he can have.
Delicious and effectiveOur cat finds this delicious and eats up all his meals. We have to weigh out his daily ration or he'd eat more than he should. Most importantly, fur is growing back in his bald patches. Soon he'll be fully covered with fur again.