Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d has been formulated by vets and nutritionists to support oral health in cats.
How it works
The food cleans your cat's teeth while they eat. The specially shaped, extra-large kibbles completely cover the tooth before breaking apart, allowing the fibres (which are specially aligned in a matrix) to wipe the surface clean. As well as removing unsightly stains, the fibres also help get rid of plaque and tartar.
The recipe also contains marginally less calcium and protein than other foods, discouraging the build up of plaque and tartar. The recipe is fortified with anti-oxidants, which combat free radicals – molecules which can cause cell damage. This food is nutritionally complete, meaning it can fully replace every meal. It's recommended for lifelong feeding of cats with dental issues.
- gives your cat nutrients it needs for a healthy diet
- specially shaped kibbles clean teeth
- fights plaque
- reduces bad breath
- best results if used as only food source
- reduced protein and calcium limit plaque and tartar build up
- not recommended for cats with severe periodontal disease
- not recommended for cats currently receiving urinary acidifiers.
When to use it
If your cat is suffering from dental issues, they'll probably show signs of having a sore mouth. Look out for excessive drooling, trouble eating and pawing at their mouth. Non-behavioural signs could include brown or yellow tartar build up on the teeth, bad breath, and tooth loss. Oral health is important: not just to avoid painful toothache, but also to keep your cat's system healthy. Bacteria build-up on teeth has been shown to have a negative effect on the kidneys, heart and metabolic systems.
This food is designed for cats that often have problems with plaque, stained teeth, tartar, gingivitis and very bad breath. It's not recommended for severe periodontal disease, so it's important to speak to your vet for a proper diagnosis and treatment.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Hill's Prescription Diet Feline t/d to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Chicken and turkey meal, ground maize, ground rice, maize gluten meal, cellulose, animal fat, vegetable oil, digest, potassium chloride, calcium sulphate, salt, DL-methionine, dicalcium phosphate, taurine. Contains EU approved antioxidant.
|Cat`s Weight (kg)||Dry food (grams)|
|2||35 - 45|
|3||45 - 65|
|4||55 - 80|
|5||65 - 95|
|6||75 - 105|
|7+||14 per kg|
Always make sure that your cat has access to plenty of water.
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Amazing!I first bought this product three years ago on the advice of my vet - my then seven-year-old cat had a build-up of tartar which needed expensive dental treatment, but the vet suggested I tried this first. One year later, the problem had gone - my cat loves this food and thrives on it. I can't recommend it highly enough.
Dental Care T/DExcellent product. Mine have been on them most of their lives- and when I recently ran out of them and bought another more expensive product which the vet sells - they just would not eat them!! They get so excited when the new bag of Big Biscuits arrives !! Great service too-- returning customer and will continue to buy from you. Thanks...
Keeping my cats youngDoes what it claims to do! My 9-year-old cats are both thriving and have healthy teeth due to a daily serving of this. So glad we paid out and did what the vet advised us to do. It helps that the cats love this too! A little goes a long way so it is good value for money.
Dental careI was told by my vet to try this, the cats love it and it works
Good for dental healthI have fed Hills T/D to my cats for many years now. It is a complete food which the cats have enjoyed and it has kept the teeth and gums clean and in good condition.