Hills Prescription Diet ID Chicken & Veg Stew Wet Dog Food 354g x 12

Hills Prescription Diet ID Chicken & Veg Stew Wet Dog Food 354g x 12

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Hills Prescription Diet ID Chicken & Veg Stew Wet Dog Food is a delicious stew flavoured with chicken & vegetables, chopped into bite sized chunks and cooked gently to perfection. Great for settling digestive upsets in dogs.Your dogs digestive health can be negatively affected by many things and when your dog has digestive upset, its a thoroughly unpleasant experience for everyone involved. The good news is that you can help your dog feel better with a food that is formulated to provide the digestive care they need. Hills nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet ID, clinical nutrition specially formulated to help settle digestive upsets in dogs.Key Features & Benefits Reduces digestive upsets, improves stool quality & supports regular bowel movements Supports healthy balance of gut bacteria Replaces lost nutrients and supports easy nutrient absorption Supports a healthy immune systemIngredientsChicken (10%), pork liver, rice flour, rice starch, various sugars, rice, minerals, dried carrots, digest, dried beet pulp, soybean oil, cellulose, dried egg, vitamins and trace elements. Total vegetables (1%).Analytical ConstituentsProtein: 25.1 %, Fat: 14.8 %, Carbohydrate / NFE: 50.8 %, Crude Fiber: 2.3 %, Calcium: 1.12 %, Phosphorous: 0.78 %, Potassium: 1.09 %, Sodium: 0.49 %, Magnesium: 0.080 %, Taurine: 0.16 %, Vitamin C: 141 ppm, Vitamin E: 734 IU/kg, DHA: 0.017 %, EPA: 0.015 %, Total Omega-3 FA: 0.34 %, Total Omega-6 FA: 2.96 %Feeding InstructionsAdjust feeding amounts as necessary to maintain optimal weight. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian. For best results: Cover and refrigerate unused portion. Gradually transition to your pet’s new food over a 7 day period or follow your veterinarian’s recommendation. Exclusively feed the recommended Prescription Diet dry and wet food. Keep fresh water available at all times. Have your veterinarian monitor your pet’s condition.