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Hills Prescription Diet AD Tins for Cats & Dogs

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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24 x 156g Tins



Hills Prescription Diet AD Recovery Care Wet Food for Cats & Dogs has been formulated for the nutritional management of pets recovering from serious illness, accidents and surgery.

Made with easily digestible ingredients and an increased calorie content to avoid the loss of lean body mass, Hills A/D also provides your pet with essential nutrients and special proteins that help maintain natural defences and encourage your pet to heal.

Key Benefits:

  • Special Proteins: Help your pet to heal wounds and strengthen their immune system
  • High Calorie Content: Helps your pet maintain a healthy bodyweight
  • High Energy Density: Supports Convalescence and Care
  • Extra Tasty: Encourages your pet to eat more, and more often
  • Soft Consistency: Easier to chew and swallow, and can be fed by hand or from a syringe

Feeding Guide:
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Turkey Liver, Pork, Chicken (10%), Maize, Fish Oil, Minerals, Taurine, Vitamins and Trace Elements

Nutritional Information (As Fed):
Protein 10.3%, Fat Content 7.8%, Crude Fibre 0.1%, Crude Ash 2.2%, Moisture 76.5%, Calcium 0.28%, Phosphorus 0.27% Sodium 0.2%, Potassium 0.27%, Magnesium 0.02%

Reviews (2)

Overall rating: (5 of 5)

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Susan Saunders
February 2016

Great food for ill cats or dogs. My Kitty has cancer and this food is the only cat food she can manage to eat and she loves it!! She has been steadily losing weight for 2 months, now into the 3rd month she has actually put some weight back on!! She has also has a lot more energy energy since going on to this food. :)

Carol Hebden
April 2010

I find Hills A/D very useful for kittens who don't want to wean. It can be mixed with a little water for them to lap, and then gradually reduce the amount of water until they are eating it normally. Once eating normally, add a little of their 'normal' kitten food, and gradually increase the kitten food and reduce the A/D