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Hills z/d cat meat 170g

£1.20

Hills Food Sensitivities z/d cat meat 156g

Product Details

Hill’s Prescription Diet z/d Food Sensitivities Wet Cat Food 156g is formulated to reduce skin & digestive signs from food intolerances. Formulated to promote an environment that makes it difficult for struvite and calcium oxalate crystals to form and with antioxidants to help support a healthy immune system.

Food sensitivities can be frustrating, z/d is made with a tasty hydrolysed animal protein designed to be gentle and avoid detection by your cat’s immune system, helping them feel better.

Key benefits:

  • Clinical nutrition specially formulated to reduce skin & digestive signs from food intolerances in cats
  • Formulated to reduce skin & digestive signs from food intolerances
  • Highly hydrolysed single animal protein
  • Promotes a healthy skin barrier
  • Contains a proven blend of prebiotic fibres that help provide excellent stool quality.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Hill’s is currently upgrading this diet with the ActivBiome+ technology for ultimate digestive health & well-being. Although the upgraded product is now in distribution, you may receive diets without the formula upgrade. To identify if you have the new formula, search for the pink ActivBiome+ logo on the front of the pack. When you receive the new formula, it is recommended you transition your pet to the upgraded formula over a 7-day period. Please consult your vet for any additional information.

 

Ingredients: Chicken liver hydrolysate, maize starch, minerals, cellulose, coconut oil, ground pecan shell, fish oil, soybean oil, vitamins, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, dried citrus pulp, dried cranberries, trace elements and taurine.

Nutritional Information: Protein 9.7%, Crude fibre 0.5%, Crude oils and fats 6.1%, Crude ash 2.0%

Suitable for Adult Cats for: Adverse food reactions (AFR) & elimination diet. Eosinophilic granuloma complex. Not suitable for: Growing kittens, pregnant or nursing cats. Patients with concurrent use of urinary acidifiers