Hill's Prescription Diet Joint Care j/d Reduced Calorie Dry Dog Food - Chicken
Hill’s Prescription Diet Canine j/d Reduced Calorie Joint Care is a complete food tailored to help dogs with mobility issues.
How it works
Hill’s Prescription Diet Canine j/d Reduced Calorie Joint Care contains EPA – an omega-3 fatty acid from fish oil that helps to reduce joint pain caused by mobility issues such as arthritis. Though you might not notice it, with daily rough and tumble your pet’s joints are in constant use. Dogs with mobility issues struggle to replace cartilage in the joints, which is worn down naturally with age and play.
Prescription Diet Canine j/d uses a blend of glucosamine and chondroitin to sooth aching joints and maintain healthy cartilage. This special combination also helps to combat destructive enzymes in the joints. If your dog is overweight it could be making their joint problems worse. Hill’s formula is designed specifically for dogs who are prone to putting on weight so is perfect as part of a calorie-controlled diet. With this clever blend of oils and nutrients you could notice a difference in your dog’s mobility in as little as 21 days.
- contains EPA that helps reduce joint pain in dogs with mobility issues
- a special blend of glucosamine and chondroitin stimulates the production of cartilage
- formulated to combat destructive enzymes in joints
- clinically proven to improve your pet’s mobility within 21 days
- specifically designed for dogs who are prone to weight gain to be used as part of a calorie controlled diet.
When to use it
Mobility issues such as hip dysplasia and arthritis are the most common problems and require treatment to keep your pet moving happily and healthily. If you’ve noticed your dog is slower getting up or lying down, is having problems climbing stairs, is tiring more easily or showing signs of stiffness, it could be the sign of a mobility issue. Consult your vet for an examination and diagnosis straight away.
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 Canine j/d Reduced Calorie Joint Care to your dog, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Maize, wheat, brewers' rice, whole flaxseed, soybean meal, pea bran meal, chicken and turkey meal, digest, animal fat, fish oil, minerals, dried whole egg, L-carnitine, L-lysine, vitamins, taurine, crustacean shell hydrolysate, trace elements, pork cartilage hydrolysate and beta-carotene. With natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
Fat 13.3%, fibre (crude) 9%, moisture 8%, protein 21.8%.
Nutritional additives (per kg):
Vitamin A 9203 Iu, vitamin C 110 mg, vitamin D 727 Iu, vitamin E 660 mg, beta-carotene 1.5 mg, calcium 0.61%, carbohydrate 43.2%, chondroitin sulfate 805 mg, EPA 0.35%, glucosamine 1165 mg, L-Carnitine 310 mg, magnesium 0.15%, Omega 3 -fatty acids 3.18%, Omega 6-fatty acids 2.23%, phosphorus 0.54%, potassium 0.75%, sodium 0.24%, taurine 1025 mg.
|Dog`s Weight (kg)||Grams|
|2.5||40 - 55|
|5||70 - 95|
|10||115 - 160|
|20||195 - 270|
|30||265 - 365|
|40||330 - 455|
|50+||8 per kg|
Always make sure that your dog has access to plenty of water.
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Hills JD reduced calorie joint careThe vet recommended this food to help with my Labradors joints. He has been on it for several years. It helps with his joints, he enjoys it and it helps maintain a healthy weight. Very good
Hills prescription diet for jointsYummy yummy I can walk a little better having only been on it for 4 months..I cannot wait until meal times, its goes well with a carrot
Hill Prescription low calorie joint foodAmazing have used this for many years for my 8 years old dog . Was reccomended by my vet never looked back highly reccomend
Fantastic food!My 13 year old arthritic dog has eaten this for over a year now. She went from hardly being able to get up to walking miles. It has made such a difference! Can't fault this food. Worth paying that bit extra for. Was recommended by my vet.
Great for old dogsMy old Labrador has been in this for a long time and it keeps his weight down as well as being good for his joints