Specially formulated to support the kidneys with carefully modulated levels of protein, phosphorus and other kidney-sensitive nutrients.
When a dog's kidney tissue is damaged, the kidneys can no longer function as before, such as filtering and reabsorbing nutrients. This condition is irreversible, but the process may be slow.
Prescription foods for kidney care, specially formulated to help reduce the burden on the kidneys and help them function more efficiently.
Dogs with weakened kidney function may have decreased appetite, which may lead to insufficient intake of food nutrients.
The team of nutrition experts and veterinarians at Hill's has developed a prescription food k/d for dogs, which uses clinical scientific nutrition to help protect the important kidney function of dogs, and promote appetite, thereby increasing the intake of food nutrients.
Made with chicken, this prescription dry food has a delicious texture that dogs will love. In fact, the nutritional formula of k/d, prescription food for dogs, has been clinically proven to improve and prolong your dog's quality of life.
How the product works
Phosphorus-controlled, low-sodium, and rich in omega-3 fatty acids
Appetite Enhancement Technology ( E.A.T. ): Stimulates appetite and increases food intake
High content of essential amino acids and L-carnitine
Helps preserve vital kidney function
The formula can promote appetite and increase the intake of food nutrition
Helps Dogs' Natural Ability to Build and Maintain Lean Muscle Mass Every Day
S+OXSHIELD Defense Shield : This formula helps reduce the risk of magnesium ammonium phosphate and calcium oxalate stone formation in the urinary tract environment
Hills Dog Prescription Food k/d is a nutritionally balanced and complete food that provides the daily nutritional needs of dogs.
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.
To provide optimal care, consistent long-term feeding of this formula is critical to achieve the product benefits described above.
Dry food and canned food can be mixed at the same time or fed separately.
Brown rice, brewed rice, pork fat, crushed pearl barley, chicken, egg products, dehydrated beet pulp, whole grain sorghum, corn gluten flour, chicken liver spice, soybean oil, fish oil, calcium carbonate, lactic acid, L-lysine, Pork liver spice, potassium chloride, potassium citrate, DL-methionine, vitamins (vitamin E additive, ascorbyl polyphosphate (vitamin C source), niacin additive, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, calcium pantothenate, nuclear Flavin additives, vitamin A additives, vitamin B12 additives, biotin, folic acid, vitamin D3 additives), L-threonine acid, choline chloride, iodized salt, taurine, magnesium oxide, minerals (ferrous sulfate, oxide Zinc, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), L-Carnitine, L-Tryptophan, Added Multivitamin E for Freshness, Natural Flavor, β-Carotene
4050 kcal/kg (402 kcal/cup†)
Nutrition Analysis :
Nutrients dry matter 1%
Protein 15.2 %
Fat 22.5 %
Carbohydrates (NFE) 55.5 %
Crude fiber 1.6 %
Calcium 0.83 %
Phosphorus 0.32 %
Potassium 0.82 %
Sodium 0.18 %
Magnesium 0.136 %
Vitamin C 127ppm
Vitamin E 729 IU/kg
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) 0.214 %
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 0.3 %
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 0.94 %
Total Omega-6 Fatty Acids 4.38 %
Carnitine 609.8 ppm
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) 1/2 (50)
10 (4,5) 7/8 (85)
15 (6,8) 1 1/8 (110)
20 (9,1) 1 1/2 (150)
30 (14) 2 (200)
40 (18) 2 1/2 (250)
50 (23) 3 (295)
60 (27) 3 1/3 (330)
70 (32) 3 3/4 (370)
80 (36) 4 (395)
100 (45) 4 3/4 (470)
120 (54) 5 1/2 (545)
Adjust feeding amount as needed to maintain ideal body weight. If unsure, ask your 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 & 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.