Hill's Science Diet Adult Advanced Fitness Small Bites Dry Dog Food
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- 5-lb bag
- 17.5-lb bag
- 38.5-lb bag
Hill's Science Diet Adult Advanced Fitness Small Bites dog food provides precisely balanced nutrition for a visible difference in dogs who prefer a smaller kibble.
- Recommended for adult dogs 1-6 years of age
- Real chicken is the #1 ingredient
- Omega 6 fatty acids for healthy skin and shiny coat
- High-quality proteins help maintain strong, lean muscle
- Easy to digest for optimal nutrient absorption
- No chicken by-product meal
- Made in the USA!
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by YVETTE42 my dogs love it MY DOGS SEE THE BAG N TREATS THEY GET EXCITED. WAG THEIR TAILS. ITS GREAT April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bigjoe64 Good Food I have a very finicky eater and this seems to be the only dry dog food she will eat. We have tried several foods including Blue Buffalo but this is her choice. June 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ktsoccer It's the only dry dog food my dog will eat It's very simple - one of my dogs is a very picky eater, and Science Diet small bites dog food is the only dry food she will eat on a regular basis (she will eat other kinds if she's truly starving). She started out on Science Diet puppy small bites and then changed to adult small bites (she's only 15 lbs with a small teeth - she's part whippet - so normal bites food is a little too big for her). Mixed with a little wet food and she actually finishes her bowl most of the time. It's nice to have a dog that doesn't overeat. She's the one on the right. The white poodle will eat anything you give her! December 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Baxterboy Great product! Our Vet recommended this product and our pets have been on it for 4 years now and they are doing very well. I always research for the best deal and Mr. Chewy gave it to us. Wonderful business to work with. February 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kathy58 Great Product I have a toy poodle who is 13 and has been on SD her entire life. She is as active now as she was at 2! I believe that SD has played a part in her excellent health. Also have a 9 yr old Shih Tsu that is in excellent health. February 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vince62 Only food I feed my two dogs. Science Diet dog food must be about the healthiest pet diet out there. My dogs have thrived on this brand of dog food for many years and have very seldom had any digestive disorders at all. I firmly believe this is the only dog food to buy. December 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaveDave1 Our dog approves!!! Woof! We have been feeding this to our Pug since he grew out of puppy stage and he loves it and it is a consistant product. I highly recommend the product to dog owners that are concerned for the health of their dog and their dogs weight. March 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Davv Too Big Nuggets Only after purchasing this pet food did I discover it is a mediocre pet food of limited nutritional value. The nuggets were too large for my terriers and I could tell it irritated their throats going down, plus, they didn't particularly enjoy it--I'll eat it because I'm starving! June 7, 2014