Hill's Prescription Diet Skin/Food Sensitivities d/d Dry Cat Food - Duck & Green Pea
For cats struggling with allergies, Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d is a nutritious food that helps to calm their allergies and keep them healthy.
What it’s for
Signs that your cat may have an allergy could include difficulty eating, diarrhoea, vomiting or painful skin. They might also seem less energetic than usual. If you spot any of these in your cat, make sure you have a chat with your vet, because sometimes they can sometimes suggest a serious problem.
It’s not unusual for cats to develop allergies at any point in their lives. Luckily, working around the allergy to provide them with a great quality of life is always possible. One of the easiest things that you can do is to switch your cat to a hypoallergenic food, like Hill’s Prescription Diet Feline, which delivers the same nutrition as ordinary cat food, without triggering your cat’s allergies. Allergies can cause nasty illnesses, so it’s important to tackle them quickly.
- soy- and gluten-free, so it’s gentle on your cat’s digestion
- high in omega-3 fatty acids to reduce your cat’s itching
- can be used in a food elimination diet.
How it works
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline is designed to give your cat all the tasty nutrition they need without triggering their allergies. The recipe avoids the proteins and carbohydrates that commonly trigger allergies (such as fish and beef), using other protein sources to keep your cat getting the goodness they need without getting ill.
As an added plus, the food also contains extra omega-3 and omega-6 acids, which help keep your cat’s coat looking shiny and glossy (as well as soothing any itchy skin caused by allergies).
Veterinary diets like this one have been specially made to support pets with specific medical conditions. Because of this, they might not be suitable for all pets, so we'd recommend getting professional advice before feeding them to your pet. If you think your cat could benefit from eating Hill’s Prescription Diet Feline d/d, why not have a chat with your vet?