Complete dietetic food for adult dogs with diabetes, regulates glucose supply, fat metabolism and digestion, supports an ideal body weight, low-fat recipe with chicken.
How to switch your dog to a new recipe:
If you are switching your dog with diabetes from the current Hill's PRESCRIPTION DIET w/d dog food to the new recipe, a seven-day changeover period is recommended in addition to regular diabetes monitoring.
For dogs fed Hill's PRESCRIPTION DIET w/d dog food due to a condition that requires attention to the fat content of the diet, a seven-day switch to Hill's PRESCRIPTION DIET i/d Low Fat is recommended.
Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Diabetes Care with Chicken dog food has a low-fat, reduced-calorie and high-fibre formula that can help your dog to lose weight. Extra weight reduces mobility, affects the general health of your dog and can lead to shorter life expectancy. As with humans, factors contributing to weight gain in dogs include overfeeding of fatty calories in connection with a lack of exercise.
Being overweight can cause serious health problems such as heart disease, inflamed joints, or diabetes. Pets with diabetes need a special diet to feel well and reduce the required amount of insulin. Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Diabetes Care with Chicken is clinical nutrition especially formulated to help control glucose values in dogs and was specifically developed for the treatment of diabetes and overweight.
Of all of Hill's special diet foods, Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Diabetes Care with Chicken dog food contains the largest amount of L-carnitine and lysine to promote fat burning and the maintenance of muscle mass.
Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Diabetes Care - Chicken at a glance:
Additives per kg:
Vitamin A (8569 IU), vitamin D3 (706 IU), vitamin E (600 IU), vitamin C (100mg), beta-carotene (1.5mg), L-carnitine (361mg), iron (76.2mg), iodine (1.9mg), copper (7.5mg), manganese (7.9mg), zinc (134mg), selenium (0.2mg).
With natural antioxidants.
|calories that can be burned||3176.65 kcal|
|total sugar||1.5 %|
|Dog's weight||Daily amount in g|