Hill's Prescription Diet u/d Urinary Care Original Dry Dog Food | Petco
Even some of the prescription-based dog food diets recommended for stone-forming Dalmatians and other dog breeds are closer to this extreme than a healthier, more balanced diet. For example, Hill's Prescription Diet u/d formula averages only 8% protein (without a major protein source appearing in the first six ingredients of the food!) and Royal Canin URINARY SO averages only 12% protein (with low-quality meat by-products and chicken by-products as the primary protein sources in the food).
Whats so valuable about Hill's Prescription Diet h/d Canine Heart Health Dry Food? Find out here: * Nutrition that supports the health of your dogs heart* Includes lowsodium levels that help maintain normal blood pressure* Enhanced amounts of L-carnitine and taurine for cardiac muscle metabolism…
Hill's Prescription Diet u/d Urinary Care Original Dry Dog Food.
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The store I bought food from spoken to Hills Prescription on my behalf to ask if ingredients have been changed. They advised the supplier ingredients not been changed. I do not believe this whatsoever! Since my dog has been taking new food she has been ill and been collapsing. She's 14 and has many illnesses, to include bad heart. When her gastric system is interfered with, she has collapses and her heart stops. She's only going out to the garden at the moment and this is causing the collapses. We are furious!!! If we had known, we could have slowly introduced her to the new food. Angry, angry.I notice that on the list of dog foods all the Hills Prescription and Science diets are included except for u/d, which is what my pug-a-poo has been on for nearly 3 years, since she is has had several bouts with bladder stones and has had 2 surgeries for Calcium Oxalate stones. I just wonder why u/d is not on your list.U/D and C/D are dog therapeutic foods manufactured by Hill’s Science Diet available with a prescription only. U/D is designed to promote non-stuvite urinary tract health and c/d has reduced levels of protein, magnesium and phosphorus to help limit the formation crystals and bladder stones.Note on Cost/Day Prices: The cost per day figures are for the dry dog foods only and are based on the manufacturers' suggested feeding recommendations for a 50 lb. dog, which are as follows: 2 1/2 cups/day - Purina Canine NF, 3 1/3 cups/day - Iams Renal Early Stage, 4 cups/day - Royal Canin Canine Renal MP 14 , 2 3/4 cups/day - Hill's Prescription Diet u/d, 3 cups/day - Hill's Prescription Diet k/d, 4 1/2 cups/day - Royal Canin Urinary SO 14, 3 2/3 cups/day - Royal Canin Urinary UC 18 Low Purine, 2 cups/day - Flint River Ranch Lamb and Rice, 2 1/8 cups/day - Flint River Ranch Duck and Potato, 2 1/8 cups/day - Flint River Ranch Fish and Chips, and 1 3/4 cups/day - Flint River Ranch DryWater Dog Food.