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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine z/d

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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine z/d
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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine z/d is a complete dog food made especially for dogs with food allergies.      What it's for You can easily spot if your pet is suffering from a food... Read more

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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine z/d is a complete dog food made especially for dogs with food allergies. 

What it's for
You can easily spot if your pet is suffering from a food intolerance. If they're off their food, vomit, have diarrhoea after eating or have dry and itchy skin, it could be being caused by something in their food. Take them to the vets for a check up and diagnosis straight away. 

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d can be used to replace your pup's normal dog food daily. Try feeding them this dry mix for a tester period of three to eight weeks. If symptoms don't go away, ask your vet for advice.  

Key benefits   

  • a complete food for pups with allergies 
  • all-natural ingredients limit your dog's contact with common allergy culprits 
  • broken down protein pieces are easy to digest 
  • fatty acids for the coat and skin 
  • antioxidants to fight illnesses.   


How it works  
This dry food is made from ingredients that are gentle on your pooch's tummy. By avoiding using foodstuffs that are commonly known to irritate dogs, it helps to limit your pet's contact with foods that might disagree with them.

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d uses hydrolysed pieces of chicken as its only protein source. This means that the chicken pieces are broken down into tiny chunks that your pup's immune system can't pick up on, lowering the chance of an allergic reaction. Smaller pieces are also easier for them to digest ' the simpler digestion is, the more nutrients they can absorb from their food.    
Essential fatty acids have been added to keep your dog's coat and skin strong and repair the damage done to irritable skin by an allergic reaction. Naturally occurring antioxidants help to fight off illnesses, keeping your pup healthy and happy.  

Ingredients: Maize starch, chicken liver hydrolysate, cellulose, minerals, vegetable oil, animal fat, vitamins, DL-methionine,trace elements, L-tryptophan, taurine, beta carotene. Contains EU approved antioxidant

Additives per kg: Nutritional additives: E671 (Vitamin D3) 2,050IU, E1 (Iron) 367mg, E2 (Iodine) 9.7mg, E4 (Copper) 46.6mg, E5 (Manganese) 16.1mg, E6 (Zinc) 234mg, with natural antioxidant.

It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use.

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4.7 out of 5 146  Reviews

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  • Great Food for my dog with IBD
    My Shepherd has has bad IBD since she was young and this is the only food that she can eat without relapsing. Good strong packaging with resealable top and she doesn't appear to be getting bored of it yet.
    Mrs Shepp - January 4, 2018
  • Hazel3
    Supply of dog food over the few years has been exceptional. Kept advised at all times of what is happening and when. Highly recommended
    George Christie - December 13, 2017
  • Helps cure skin problems in Westies
    Our dog did suffer for years with skin problems until a vet suggested trying Hills ZD. We found out that the skin problem was due to food with high protein. ZD is low in protein and now our Westie is free of this problem.
    Mr R Matthews - September 14, 2017
  • Excellent Product Z/D Food
    My working cocker has an intolerance which causes an ear infection. The Z/D recommended by my vet has done the trick with less ear infections.
    John O'Reilly - July 3, 2017
  • Recomended
    Great food packaging great has a zip top to keep it fresh and it really works unfortunately my dog had a reaction to it but this enabled me to rule out what he was allergic to without expensive vet bills my sons dogs are doing great on it
    Grumpy grom - May 29, 2017