Hill's Science Diet Adult Advanced Fitness Lamb Meal & Rice Recipe Dry Dog Food provides precisely balanced nutrition to maintain lean muscle and promote digestive health. It contains an optimal balance of all essential nutrients and high quality lamb meal for overall health and easy digestion. It…
Hill's Science Diet Oral Care Adult Dog Food
Specially formulated to meet the dietary needs of mature dogs 7 years and older, Hill's Science Diet Active Longevity Senior Dog Food provides precisely balanced nutrition to sustain mobility and muscle mass. It is made with high-quality protein to maintain lean muscle and is enriched with glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate for healthy joints. Hill's Science Diet Active Longevity Senior Dog Food also has controlled levels of sodium and phosphorus for long-term vital organ health.
Hill's Science Diet Perfect Weight Adult Dog Food
Hill's Science Diet Active Longevity Senior Dog Food Daily Feeding Guide (1 cup = 8 oz): Weight of Dog Feed Daily 5 lbs. 3/8 - 5/8 cup 10 lbs. 2/3 - 1 cup 20 lbs. 1 1/4 - 1 2/3 cups 40 lbs. 2 - 2 3/4 cups 60 lbs. 2 2/3 - 3 3/4 cups 80 lbs. 3 1/3 - 4 2/3 cups 100 lbs. 4 - 5 1/2 cups Helpful Tips: The above ranges are a starting point only. Your pet may need less or more food to maintain proper weight. Adjust as needed. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian. When mixing with canned food, decrease the amount of dry food to avoid over feeding. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep fresh water available at all times. Feeding this food for the first time? Mix increasing amounts of your pet's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period. Animal feeding tests using Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) procedures substantiate that Science Diet Active Longevity Senior Dog Food provides complete and balanced nutrition for the maintenance of adult dogs.
Hill's Science Diet Active Longevity Bites Senior Dog Food
I have 2 little dogs, both 11 years old. I took my little girl Bella to the Vet for her yearly vaccination and he stated that she needed to lose some weight, so he recommended Hill's Science Diet for her to lose some weight. That was 5 days ago. She loves her food, and ate the required amount the first day, after that she did not want to know about it. I persevered for 4 days and she would not eat it, actually she started to go outside and bury it in the garden which I think it is where it belongs. I thank GOD that she is smarter than me, as she knows when something is wrong with what I was feeding her. I gave her some fresh food on the 4th day as she was starving. My other little dog Toby would not even look at it from the first day, and as he did not need to lose weight, I gave him his usual food.Yesterday when I let him inside, he zipped to the cat food bowl and began desperately looking for food in there. That was a clue that there was nothing wrong with his appetite. On that hunch I went out and bought an entirely different brand of food for him. The instant it was in his bowl, he was wolfing it down and licking the bowl clean. All this time, he has apparently just hated Science Diet so much that he'd rather starve than eat it. That's a huge warning sign when it comes to food. Why would an animal rather die of starvation than eat this brand?? All that time, money on vet bills and fear over losing a member of my family came down to a dog food so bad that my pet almost killed himself rather than eat this stuff. Please take this as a warning! Do not feed this mess to your animals. I will NEVER buy Science Diet again.