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Hill's Science Plan Healthy Development Puppy Large Breed Chicken

Hill's Science Plan Healthy Development Puppy Large Breed Chicken
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Hill's Science Plan Puppy Healthy Development Large Breed Chicken is formulated for healthy skeletal development in large breed puppies. With clinically proven antioxidants and optimal... Read more

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Hill's Science Plan Puppy Healthy Development Large Breed Chicken is formulated for healthy skeletal development in large breed puppies. With clinically proven antioxidants and optimal mineral levels.

Key Benefits:

  • Additions of rice, egg and flax seed.
  • Rice increases overall digestibility.
  • Egg is a highly biological value protein that increases overall protein quality.
  • Flax seed is a source of soluble fibre and contributes to gut micro-flora health.  It is also a source of essential fatty acids.
  • Reduced fibre by 20% to reduce bowel overload and achieve optimal fibre balance for puppies sensitive digestion.
  • With optimal mineral levels for healthy skeletal development.
  • With quality proteins and L-carnitine to support lean muscle.

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Maize, chicken and turkey meal,fibrewers´ rice, digest, animal fat, dried whole egg, cellulose, dried beet pulp, minerals, flaxseed, fish oil, vegetable oil. 

Analytical constituents:

Protein 27.0%, Fat content 14.8%, Crudefibre 3.2%, Crude ash 5.8%, Calcium 0.98%, Phosphorus 0.80%, Sodium 0.46%, Potassium 0.75%, Magnesium 0.09%; per kg: Vitamin E 600mg, Vitamin C 90mg, Beta-carotene 1.5mg, L-Carnitine 304mg. 

Nutritional additives:

E672 (Vitamin A) 31,885IU, E671 (Vitamin D3) 1,339IU, E1 (Iron) 249mg, E2 (Iodine) 3.7mg, E4 (Copper) 31.6mg, E5 (Manganese) 11.0mg, E6 (Zinc) 212mg, E8 (Selenium) 0.5mg; with natural antioxidant.

Feeding Guide

Recommended quantity/day:

Age/Months Dog`s Weight (kg) Dry food(grams)
2 - 3 5 195
  7.5 260
  10 325
  15 440
  20 550
4 - 9 15 370
  20 455
  30 620
  40 770
  50 905
10 - 12  20 365
  30 495
  40 615
  50 725
  60 830


Always make sure that your dog has access to plenty of water.


Hills™Science Plan™ Puppy Healthy Development™ Large Breed Chicken

Feed puppies 2 to 4 meals a day. Initially feed daily amount shown ; adjust amount to maintain proper body weight. If unsure - ask your veterinarian

Feeding this food for the first time? Mix increasing amounts of the new food with decreasing amounts of the previous food over a 7 day period.

Keep fresh water available at all times.

Switch to Science Plan™ Canine Adult Large Breed at 12 months old.

Weight of Dog
Growth less than 4 months
(Pregnancy weeks 7 - 9)
Growth 4 to 9 months
(Pregnancy weeks 5 - 6)
Growth 10 to 12 months
(Pregnancy weeks 1 - 4)
1 55 45 35
2 90 75 60
4 155 130 105
5 185 150 120
10 310 255 205
20 515 430 345
30 700 585 465
40 870 725 580
50 1030 855 685
60 1180 985 785

Feeding The Correct Amount

It is important to remember however that these figures are guidelines only, and there are several factors to be taken into account when assessing your pet’s nutritional requirements : -

  1. Activity level
  2. Temperament (stressed animals burn off more calories than relaxed ones)
  3. Metabolism (every animal is an individual with his or her own speed of metabolism; this means that 2 dogs of the same age, breed and weight could have different daily calorie requirements)

In order to provide the correct portions when feeding your dog or cat, it is also helpful to assess your pet’s appetite, visual appearance and stools. Whilst poo watching does not sound particularly pleasant, it is one of the best indicators of health. Increased frequency of passing faeces, production of large quantities of stools of loose motions are often frequent signs that an animal is receiving more food than he or she requires.

It is important to obtain an accurate weight for your cat or dog, and also to weigh out the food. Guessing on both accounts gives a large margin of error.

Changing Food Brands

For a successful diet change, we recommend following the feeding pattern below. The daily feeding amount should be split into two equal amounts and the proportions of new food increased over the first week as illustrated.

TOP TIPS: For those dogs who do not make eating a priority, here are some additional points:
- Reduce the number of tit-bits given during the introductory period
- If your dog has been used to eating wet food, moisten with warm water.

DAY 1-2

75% Original Diet
25% New Food

DAY 3-4

50% Original Diet
50% New Food

DAY 5-6

25% Original Diet
75% New Food


100% New Food

Customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 18  Reviews

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  • Happy puppy
    First time puppy owner so unsure what to choose re kibble. Both lab puppy and I very happy with this choice. His coat is very shiney and smooth now and often get comments on how soft he is. Good size pieces too which help with the slow feeder we use.
    Rachel - April 11, 2018
  • Excellent
    Good product, good price and excellent service
    Bob Russell - March 27, 2018
  • barking mad!!
    I always fed my dogs Hill's diet and to find this great product at such competitive price is wonderful!! I also always come back to this website when I'm re-ordering, the free delivery is fast and never had a problem! You must be barking mad to go elsewhere!!
    Yolanta - October 20, 2017
  • Excellent product
    I feed my dog on Hills Prescription Diet so as Hills Science Plan was on my local animal charity's online wish list I purchased a couple of bags for them.
    Coconut11 - October 7, 2015
  • Amazing!!! the price is amazing too on the website, much cheaper than pets at home! my puppy is now 5months,a black Labrador, and his coat shines as never before, i always get compliments of how gorgeous he looks. of course i really give him only the guided amount of dry food, nothing else, (except apples which he loves, and carrots) :)
    Egidija - October 27, 2012