Hills Prescription Diet Canine i/d Low Fat

From £12.99

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Hills Prescription Diet Canine i/d Low Fat is highly digestible, low fat food that can be fed long term to manage gastrointestinal disorders such as flatulence, diarrhoea and pancreatitis and minimise risk of recurrence.

It is a great tasting food that your dog will love and has been clinically proven to help digestive tract recovery. It also contains clinically proven antioxidants for a healthy immune system.

Key Benefits

 

  • Prebiotic fibres to promote growth of beneficial bacteria.
  • Includes ginger to help calm and soothe digestive tract.

Customer Note: Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your dog.

 

 

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Reviews

by Barntom on 21 August 2019

Great people who keep my dog going. Excellent service . Great value . My jack Russell is 14 and still loves her hills food. Perfect.

Low fat good quality Dog food by sharon70 on 12 March 2019

I bought this for my Dog who needs a low fat diet. He loves it. I mix it with dried food for variety. I would recommend this food!

Good value by Sallyowner on 19 February 2019

My dog has on-going health problems so I feed her on Hills i/d low fat. I get this at a reduced price, delivered promptly and with no delivery costs from Pet Planet.

Good value by lynd51 on 6 August 2018

My 9 year old was put on this food by our vet - due to digestive problems. She has been on this for a few years and loves the taste. I mix with either fresh chicken or turkey so there is some meat with it (she is a dog!!) It has helped with the digestive problem. Everything she has is low fat. Better price via pet planet than buying through vet.

Excellent product by Tony on 10 April 2018
keeps Jack healthy by Jack on 2 February 2018

Prescribed by the vet, and Jack is happy to eat it.