Hills Canine & Feline A/D 24x156g Tins

Hills Canine & Feline A/D 24x156g Tins

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Hills Prescription Diet Canine/Feline A/D has been specifically formulated by veterinarians to be fed to dogs or cats with certain debilitating conditions.
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HILLS CANINE & FELINE A/D 24x156g Tins

Both dogs and cats can undergo significant changes when faced with a serious illness, injury or surgery. They may have trouble maintaining natural defences and sparing lean body mass (in other words, they may be losing body weight from muscle or organ tissue), which can affect recovery.

Hills Prescription Diet Canine/Feline A/D has been specifically formulated by veterinarians to be fed to dogs or cats with certain debilitating conditions. These conditions can be affected by the lack of key nutrients and digestible energy.

Indications:
Recovery (including loss of appetite, debility, surgical convalescence and tube feeding)
Hepatic lipidosis (without encephalopathy).

Key Benefits:
Protein Branched-chain amino acids Arginine Fat Omega-3 fatty acids - Promotes wound healing. Preserves lean body mass. Maintains body defences. Helps avoid post-surgical complications. Helps manage inflammation.
Glutamine - Supports small intestine. May maintain immune system.
Zinc - Improves wound healing.
Potassium - Combats depletion.
Consistency - Soft and thixotropic(stirring makes it more liquid). Gives flexibility in feeding, i.e. by bowl, spoon, syringe or tube.
Palatability - Aids acceptance by inappetant patients.

Ingredients:
Liver, chicken, maize flour, casein, menhaden oil, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, edible gums, taurine, magnesium oxide, vitamins and trace elements.

Warning:
Not recommended for Patients where the primary objective is to avoid fluid retention, or prevent the accumulation of nitrogenous by-products, phosphorus or sodium, or Patients intolerant of high fat intake eg with hyperlipidaemic pancreatitis, or with a history of, or at risk of, pancreatitis.

It is recommended you seek the advice of your veterinary surgeon before feeding your animal this diet.


 

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