Hill’s Prescription Diet I/D Canine Digestive Care canned dog food is not rated due to its .
Just like humans, some dogs experience food sensitivities which can cause regular digestive upset. That’s why Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet i/d Sensitive Rice & Egg Formula, a single nutritional solution to help dogs manage digestive difficulties and food sensitivities. This dry dog food contains clinically proven antioxidants for a strong immune system and high levels of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids for visible improvement in the skin and coat. Using specially selected proteins and gentle carbohydrates with no wheat, gluten, soy protein or lactose, this highly digestible food provides all the nutrition your dog needs so he can feel like himself again.
Hill's Prescription Diet i/d foods help improve digestion. Digestive upset and sensitivities can have many causes, including food sensitivities, stress, changes in diet or eating high-fat table scraps. Each of Hill's i/d foods are made to address specific issues, which leads to a healthier, happier dog.
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So, I brought my 3 months old cane corso to a dog fest yesterday, May 14, 2016. We bought a sample of this product Hill's prescription diet t/d. The bag has few kibbles in it. My pup was all jolly and playful and he did the same way he usually does. So that night I gave 2 pcs of t/d kibbles. Then that night, my pup threw up 5 times! This morning he was so down and wouldn't touch his food. I checked his puke to see what's in it and I saw the pieces of this awful dog food! I read some reviews and they have the same experience. What blows my mind is why is it still in the market??? You're poisoning these poor dogs. I hope my pup will feel better soon. I would never feed my dog with this Hill's killer dog food. If you see this product or somebody introduces this food, don't hesitate to say no! Or run away from them! Otherwise your poor fur baby might experience this awful thing.Veterinary foods are available only from veterinarians. In theory, a dog would receive a “prescription” for one of the foods following a specific diagnosis, and the vet would monitor the effect the diet had on the dog. If a manufacturer wants to claim that its product can prevent or treat disease, the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), a branch of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), requires research that proves this. The maker must provide extensive documentation that the food is both safe and efficacious – that it does what it says.My 1-year-old puppy was a rescue. Shortly after adopting him, he went into acute kidney failure. So prescription Hills KD was recommended after he recovered. He was on that food for 2 1/2 years until recently. The 3 reasons why this dog food is a ripoff: 1. It now costs $90.00 for a 27 pound bag which is ridiculous as it has been around for years and years. 2. I cannot afford it on what I make. 3. My dog has now got a never ending rash and no hair left on his tummy. My story is very long so I'll try to keep as condensed as possible. I have 2 toy poodles, 10 and 12 years old. Sparky, the 10-year-old, has had a history of bladder stones for the last 5 years. In this 5 years, he has had 3 surgeries to remove them and will have to have surgery again in 2016! He has been on different prescription foods and none have fixed the problem. He has been on Hill's with the addition of potassium citrate granules for about 3 years but is still producing stones. We were also feeding this food to our other dog, Annie. Over time we started noticing a putrid sulfur smell in the breath of both dogs, thinking it was their teeth. Both had their teeth cleaned, but the breath was still bad. We just thought it was old age. Well, last July our dog Annie, out of the blue, started vomiting every 10 minutes, nasty bile! Was up all night with her, assuming the worst, well it was! Took her to the emergency specialty hospital.