Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Low Fat Canine Dry Dog Food

Hill’s Prescription Diet Digestive Care I/D Canine Dog Food is not rated due to its .
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Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Canine Digestive Care Chicken & Vegetable Stew Canned Dog Food is is for your canines in need of digestive health support. Efficient digestion is extremely important for your dog to be able to build and help and heal tissues and get energy, and for these reasons it is…
Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Stress Digestive Care Chicken Flavor Dry Dog Food
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My eleven year old Italian Greyhound has been diagnosed with pancreatitis also. My vet suggested feeding her Hills R/D. She has been on it for a couple of years but when I started getting a can here and there that was dry inside with a negative space going down the middle of the can I asked my vet what other food she could eat. He suggested Hills W/D. She’s been on that but the other day a few cans had pieces of corn very evident in it unlike normal. I’m concerned too since it is rated very low on your Web site. You would think since you can only purchase it with a prescription from your vet that it would be at least a four-star food. Any suggestions for a good dog food wet or dry for a small dog with pancreatitis? It would be nice to be able to buy it any place other than just the vet’s. Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Chicken & Vegetable Stew Canned Dog Food
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Abbey was started on Hill's Metabolic Prescription diet for weight loss in Jan. 2016. She did begin to lose some weight. Prior to Hill's, she was on Blue Buffalo. She had beautiful tawny coat. With the Hill's diet, I noticed that her coat appeared more dull. She also had numerous large bowel movement. The smell of this dog food was potent! Abbey would eat it with some difficulty. Approx one week ago, I noticed Abbey was limping. I checked her paw pads and leg - I saw nothing.My story is very long so I'll try to keep as condensed as possible. I have 2 toy poodles, 10 and 12 years old. Sparky, the 10-year-old, has had a history of bladder stones for the last 5 years. In this 5 years, he has had 3 surgeries to remove them and will have to have surgery again in 2016! He has been on different prescription foods and none have fixed the problem. He has been on Hill's with the addition of potassium citrate granules for about 3 years but is still producing stones. We were also feeding this food to our other dog, Annie. Over time we started noticing a putrid sulfur smell in the breath of both dogs, thinking it was their teeth. Both had their teeth cleaned, but the breath was still bad. We just thought it was old age. Well, last July our dog Annie, out of the blue, started vomiting every 10 minutes, nasty bile! Was up all night with her, assuming the worst, well it was! Took her to the emergency specialty hospital. So, I brought my 3 months old cane corso to a dog fest yesterday, May 14, 2016. We bought a sample of this product Hill's prescription diet t/d. The bag has few kibbles in it. My pup was all jolly and playful and he did the same way he usually does. So that night I gave 2 pcs of t/d kibbles. Then that night, my pup threw up 5 times! This morning he was so down and wouldn't touch his food. I checked his puke to see what's in it and I saw the pieces of this awful dog food! I read some reviews and they have the same experience. What blows my mind is why is it still in the market??? You're poisoning these poor dogs. I hope my pup will feel better soon. I would never feed my dog with this Hill's killer dog food. If you see this product or somebody introduces this food, don't hesitate to say no! Or run away from them! Otherwise your poor fur baby might experience this awful thing.We have a 12 yr old Wheaten Terrier who has been on Hills Prescription Diet (Z/D canned and dry) for many years. He did fine on it for years. In late June he began vomiting and having loose stools. This became an ongoing discussion with our vet. In the meantime the vomiting continued - sometimes it was noticeable food, other times just bile or frothy wetness. He's lost several pounds. Last month our vet did allergy testing and he came up as allergic to soy, fish and rice. One of the main ingredients in Z/D is soy. Our vet felt that it was not likely that the soy in the z/d was bothering our dog because the protein is broken down supposedly beyond the point of reactivity.