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Hills Prescription Diet ZD Tins for Dogs

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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12 x 370g Tins



Hills Prescription Diet ZD Food Sensitivities Wet Food for Adult Dogs is a nutritionally complete diet to help support dogs with food allergies and/or food intolerance.

Food intolerance and allergies are potentially serious problems that can result in coat and ear conditions, digestive problems and even sensitive skin. Hills Z/D has been clinically proven to help soothe and avoid these adverse reactions if used regularly.

Key Benefits:

  • Improved Digestion: Improves stool quality and supports regularity
  • Healthy Skin: High levels of Omega-3 support healthy skin and soothes inflammation
  • Omega Oils: Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids have a beneficial effect on skin health and coat condition
  • Skin Support: Exclusive complex of nutrients support the skin’s barrier role

Feeding Guide:
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Chicken Liver Hydrolysate, Maize Starch, Cellulose, Soybean Oil, Minerals, Trace Elements, Vitamins, Taurine

Nutritional Information (As Fed):
Protein 4.9%, Fat Content 3.4%, Crude Fibre 1.2%, Crude Ash 1.2%, Moisture 75.5%, Calcium 0.17%, Omega-3 0.12%, Omega-6 1.09%, Phosphorus 0.13%, Sodium 0.08%, Potassium 0.19%, Magnesium 0.02%

Reviews (3)

Overall rating: (4 of 5)

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Melvin Hurley
February 2018

Excellent my Shar Pei had lost virtually all of his coat and had angry red sores and very dry flaking patches of skin everywhere else. I've been feeding him a mixture of both ZD wet and dry now 2 weeks later his coat is growing everywhere, the sores and flaking skin are gone. Very expensive but it is working

Heather Caddick
November 2012

I feed my dog the ZD Ultra Allergen Dry food, and supplement the dry food with the tins for a little variety, and my dog absolutely loves it!

Frances Richmond
May 2011

I have two cats who I have tried this food on. One will only eat it if it is starving, and the other would rather starve than eat it. I don't know if it is the taste, smell, or the texture.How can I make it more appetising, without adding an allergen?