Hill's Prescription Foods i/d Low Fat for Dogs is a great tasting low fat nutritional formula proven to help with digestive discomfort for dogs who need a low fat formula. Combined with Sears' breakthrough ActivBiome+ probiotic fiber + ingredient technology, it has been clinically proven to quickly activate the intestinal microbial flora, which can support the digestive system and overall health of pets.
Hill's Prescription Foods for Dogs i/d Low Fat is a great tasting low fat nutritional formula proven to help with digestive discomfort for dogs who need a low fat formula.
An inappropriate amount of fat in the blood, an inability to digest fat, or a lack of digestive enzymes can affect a dog's digestive health. Efficient digestion is essential for dogs to allow dogs to build, repair tissue and gain energy through good absorption. Based on the above factors, it is important to consume food formulas that promote digestive health. Feeding a low-fat diet is very important for many dogs who experience indigestion.
Hill's Prescription Foods for Dogs i/d Low Fat is specially formulated for dogs that require a low fat content, highly digestible food to help maintain digestive function and overall health. At the same time, the breakthrough ActivBiome+ beneficial bacteria fiber + ingredient technology has been clinically proven to quickly activate the intestinal microbial flora to support the health of the overall digestive system and create a healthy internal circulation.
How the product works
Highly digestible low-fat formula
Specially formulated prebiotic fiber and ginger formula
Fortified with omega-3 fatty acids
Clinically Proven Antioxidant
Control mineral content
Help promote digestion, make nutrients easily absorbed, lower blood lipids
Promote the activity of beneficial bacteria in the intestine and improve stool quality
Promotes a healthy immune system
Reduce the risk of developing urinary tract stones
Hill's Prescription Foods for Dogs i/d Low Fat is a nutritionally balanced and complete food that provides the daily nutrients your dog needs.
Prescription food for pets must be evaluated and used under the direction of a veterinarian. Talk to your veterinarian to find out how Hill's Prescription Foods can help your pet continue to live a happy and healthy life.
Brewed rice, corn gluten powder, chicken powder, chicken by-product powder, hydrolyzed chicken spice, flaxseed, chicken fat, walnut shell powder, pork liver spice, lactic acid, fish flavor, ginger, dehydrated beet pulp, iodized salt, citric acid Potassium, dehydrated citrus pulp, potassium chloride, choline chloride, calcium sulfate, dicalcium phosphate, glyceryl monostearate, pressed cranberry, vitamins (vitamin E additive, ascorbyl polyphosphate (source of vitamin C ), niacin additive, vitamin B1, vitamin A additive, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin additive, biotin, vitamin B12 additive, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin D3 additive), L-lysine, taurine, mineral (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Magnesium Oxide, Added Multi-Vitamin E to Keep Fresh, Natural Flavor, L-Carotene, β-Carotene
3311 kcal/kg (300 kcal/cup†)
Nutrition Analysis :
Nutrients dry matter 1%
Protein 26.1 %
Fat 7.5 %
Carbohydrates (NFE) 58.6 %
Crude fiber 1.8 %
Calcium 0.85 %
Phosphorus 0.64 %
Potassium 0.91 %
Sodium 0.45 %
Magnesium 0.104 %
Vitamin C 124ppm
Vitamin E 678 IU/kg
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 0.68 %
Total Omega-6 Fatty Acids 1.78 %
It is the percentage of nutrients contained in the product after removing water, which is often used to directly compare products with different water content.
Dog Weight - Pounds (kg) Daily Amount - Cups (grams)
5 (2,3) 2/3 (60)
10 (4,5) 1 1/8 (100)
15 (6,8) 1 5/8 (150)
20 (9,1) 2 (180)
30 (14) 2 2/3 (245)
40 (18) 3 1/4 (295)
50 (23) 4 (365)
60 (27) 4 1/2 (410)
70 (32) 5 (455)
80 (36) 5 1/2 (500)
100 (45) 6 1/2 (590)
120 (54) 7 1/2 (685)
Adjust feeding as needed to maintain optimal body weight. If unsure, consult a veterinarian.
The recommended daily feeding amount is a guideline and can be used as a baseline for initial feeding.
Grams are the most accurate method of measurement, and measuring cups are only used as an estimate of weight.
For optimal health benefits and safety:
Please gradually switch your pet to the new food over a period of 7 days or more. Some dogs need more than 7 days to change, your patience and persistence are very important.
Feed only recommended dry and wet food for specific prescription.
Please provide pets with clean drinking water at all times.
Ask your veterinarian to continuously monitor your pet's physical condition.
To avoid suffocation, keep product packaging out of the reach of pets and children.