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Hills Prescription Diet TD Dry Food for Dogs

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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Description

Hills Prescription Diet TD Dental Care Dry Food for Adult Dogs is a complete and balanced diet for the management of dental disease and to help maintain oral health.

Containing a reduced level of protein and calcium to help limit the amount of plaque and tartar build-up, Hills T/D has been made with a special larger kibble that will engulf the tooth before splitting, to allow the fibres to clean the tooth’s surface.

Key Benefits:

  • Special Kibble: Aligned fibres in a special matrix help gently scrape the teeth when the kibble passes through
  • Urinary Tract Health: Helps reduce struvite and calcium oxalate stones recurrence
  • Antioxidants: Supports your dog’s immune system and work to neutralise harmful free radicals
  • Proven Results: Clinically proven to help reduce the build-up of tartar, plaque and stains

Feeding Guide:
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Composition:
Ground Maize, Ground Rice, Chicken and Turkey Meal, Cellulose Powder, Animal Fat, Pea Bran Meal, Digest, Dried Whole Egg, Vegetable Oil, Potassium Citrate, Calcium Sulphate, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Taurine, L-Tryptophan, Vitamins, Trace Elements. Contains EU Approved Antioxidant

Nutritional Information (As Fed):
Protein 16.2%, Carbohydrate 48.3%, Fat Content 14.4%, Crude Fibre 9.3%, Moisture 8%, Calcium 0.56%, Omega-3 0.25%, Omega-6 2.95%, Phosphorus 0.38%, Sodium 0.2%, Potassium 0.62%, Magnesium 0.07%

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Jackie Edenbrow
November 2015

Both our greyhounds have had teeth problems. This food was recommended by our vet & it does make them have to crunch their food instead of swallowing it whole.

Candida Styles-coles
March 2012

These are great! our dog (a Westie) doesn't (wont) eat them as a meal but has them on a plate by his wet food and he always eats at least 6 of them every time he has his wet food... he does this by getting one at a time and bringing it in to us, showing us and then eating it!