HILL'S PRESCRIPTION DIET c/d Multicare Urinary Care Chicken Flavor Canned Dog Food, 13-oz, case of 12, bundle of 2 - Chewy.com

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Chicken Flavor Wet Dog Food

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About This Item


  • Developed by nutritionists and veterinarians to help reduce the risk of struvite and calcium oxalate stones.
  • Precisely formulated levels of magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus deliver optimal health benefits without over-mineralizing her system.
  • Enriched with antioxidants, potassium citrate and omega-3 fatty acids for healthy immunity and overall well-being.
  • Carefully balanced fat levels and low sodium content help maintain healthy weight and ideal body condition.
  • Proudly manufactured in the USA using premium-quality U.S. and imported ingredients.

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About Hill's Prescription Diet Urinary Care for Dogs

Improving Lives Together

Groundbreaking Nutrition for Urinary Health

Hill's Prescription Diet Urinary Care foods give you effective options for managing your pet's urinary health. Prescription Diet c/d Multicare helps dissolve struvite stones and reduces the risk of the formation of struvite and calcium oxalate stones. Prescription Diet u/d reduces the risk of non-struvite stone formation and supports a healthy immune system and vital kidney function.

Clinical Nutrition

With Hill's, it's not just high-quality ingredients that count. Their focus is on the proper balance of nutrients in every recipe. So Hill's has developed foods that are designed to help pets with specific health conditions, providing the right nutrients to support their health. Hill's alliance with veterinarians puts them in a unique position find a nutrition recommendation for your pet no matter what health issue your pet is facing.

Formulated by Veterinarians

Hill's Prescription Diet started with a veterinarian's belief that some health issues could be managed through nutrition. What began as a theory has now been proven through extensive research by a team of over 220 vets, PhD nutritionists and food scientists. The results can be seen in Hill's Prescription Diet therapeutic pet foods.

Meeting the Highest Standards

Providing a food that delivers exactly what it says it does is Hill's number one priority, in fact, they perform over five million safety and quality checks every year. They've established relationships with trusted suppliers and will only accept ingredients that meet stringent standards.

The Taste Factor

You might know that Hill's Prescription Diet is good for your pet, but she's only concerned with the taste. Even though they place a heavy emphasis on nutrition, Hill's hasn't forgotten about palatability. Savory ingredients are combined to produce foods with enticing aromas, textures, and shapes that your pet can't resist.

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c/d Urinary Care

Chicken Flavor

Key Nutrients

  • Controlled levels of fat, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium
  • Low in sodium
  • Enriched with antioxidants, potassium citrate and omega-3 fatty acids

Health Benefits

  • Helps dissolve struvite stones and reduces the risk of the formation of struvite and calcium oxalate stones
  • Recommended for lifelong feeding for adult dogs

s/d Urinary Care

Original (wet formula only)

Key Nutrients

  • Low levels of magnesium and phosphorus
  • Enriched with antioxidants
  • Promotes desirable urine pH levels

Health Benefits

  • Reduces the risk of struvite stone formation
  • Supports immune system health
  • Clinically tested to dissolve struvite stones in as few as 6 days (13 days average)

u/d Urinary Care


Key Nutrients

  • Controlled levels of high-quality, highly digestible protein
  • Enriched with taurine, L-carnitine and antioxidants
  • Low sodium and calcium

Health Benefits

  • Reduces the risk of non-struvite stone formation
  • Supports vital kidney and heart function
  • Supports a healthy immune system

About Hill's Prescription Diet

Hill's mission is to help enrich and lengthen the special relationships between people and their pet. Their Prescription Diet product line delivers clinically proven nutrition that supports common pet health concerns, from digestive and urinary health to aging and weight management.
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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions

Does the pate chicken dissolve stones similar to the stew chicken? The stew description states that it will dissolve the stones where as the description of the pate does not include that statement.
Answer by ChewyAug 30, 2022
This is formulated to help dissolve struvite stones and lower recurrence risk and lowers risk for formation and recurrence of calcium oxalate stones.

Are the cans bpa free?
Answer by ChewyJul 05, 2022
The internal coating used in Hill's 2.8-ounce (85 gram) and 5.5-ounce (156 gram) cans does not contain BPA. Hill's produces large cans (13 ounces) in 2 manufacturing locations which have different can suppliers. Cans used in one location do currently contain BPA in the internal coating. A new coating has been identified from this can supplier that does not contain BPA. Cans from the second production location do not contain BPA in the internal coating. These cans will contain the letter "W" in the manufacturing date code.

If my dog does not eat a whole can, do I need to put the remaining food in the refrigerator or can I cover and leave on counter for later?
Answer by ChewyJul 25, 2022
Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be stored in the fridge, at temperatures between 40-45°F, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any cat or dog food remaining after that time should be thrown out. The best way to store opened cans of cat or dog food is to use a plastic pet food lid that fits the top of the can to prevent moisture loss and transfer of odors. If a plastic lid is not available, plastic wrap also provides a very good moisture, air and odor barrier. Zip-to-close bags provide good moisture barriers but do not provide good oxygen and odor barriers.

How long does a can of this dog-once opened-remain fresh, non-black after, and refrigerated?
Answer by ChewyMay 25, 2023
Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be covered and stored in the fridge, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any food remaining after that time should be thrown out.

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Rated 4.228 out of 5 stars
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364 Customer Reviews

Always consult a veterinarian about your pet’s health needs. Customer reviews should not be used as medical advice.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By SKap on May 5, 2023

Hard and Gross

I bought this stuff from Chewy because the two cans I bought from the vet were super hard and crumbly. The ones I received from Chewy were just as hard and crumbly so it seems to be the way this food is. I was told that the purpose of adding the moist food to my dogs diet was to add more moisture to help prevent the formation of bladder stones. I do not see how a food this hard can possibly add much moisture to his diet. This stuff is disgusting and I feel bad feeding it to my dog even though it is what my vet recommends. Am going to look for a second opinion and an alternative food for my dog. The kibble is fine, but this pate is awful.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Meagan on Apr 24, 2023

Appears to be working

My dog had structure crystals and nearly constant UTIs, so his veterinarian recommended this food. We tried Royal Canin, but it was making him vomit. He unfortunately wouldn’t touch the Pro Plan UR food. So that just left Hill’s. It has my least favorite ingredients of the 3 brands, but my dog is eating it and tolerating it pretty well. My only complaint is that it includes beef– he’s sensitive to beef, and it sometimes causes GI upset. Especially considering that this food is labeled “chicken and rice”, it would be nice if the main protein was chicken. Other than that, it’s pretty good (and that’s an issue specific to my dog). This food is definitely a loaf, it’s very dry. I add water to get it to more of a pate consistency.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DoggieMama55 on Apr 13, 2023

Dog live it!

I’ve read many of the negative reviews and I’ve not had the same negative experience that some of you had. I will say that when it ones to wet canned food, it all depends in where you buy it because if it is not kept in a temperature controlled environment, it can become rock hard or like a liquid milk shake. Yuk. My 11 yr old dog had several bladder stones removed and must remain on a Urinary Diet. My Vet gave me 3 cans of the Hills Urinary canned food and I ever thought my dog would eat it. I mixed it with some of the Dry Urinary diet and he loves it! His sibling who has no health issues and is extremely finicky has been eating it and loves it as well. This is my first time purchasing from Chewey so we’ll see how it goes once I receive order. Hopefully all will be well. I will update review at that time.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By kasia on Apr 21, 2023

More problems

I buy this for my Pomeranian to prevent bladder stones and it does help with that. But my pom developed pancreatitis from the fat content in this food , which causes him episodes of vomiting, diarrhea, & not eating all day. As time went by, he now developed diabetes. He was diagnosed yesterday, due to his pancreas not producing insulin. So it’s all connected back to his diet, which is this food. This is all he has been eating for over a year and he is 9 years old. He also eats dry food off this same brand and formula. Also some cans I get are very dry sometimes.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kate on Apr 16, 2023

urinary care

I’m very displeased that a dog with urinary issues would have to devour beef and other ingredients that are high in purine and protein. A dog who could be at risk for urinary issues can be at risk for urine stones. To prevent this, they need a low balanced purine/protein level. My dogs are Dalmatians and cannot eat this period. I’d have to put them on a specific brand and there’s not many dog foods nor wet food that would help urine wise. Absolutely ridiculous in my opinion

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DonnaT on May 9, 2023

She can't wait until dinnertime!

My dog just loves this new prescribed dog food! She licks the bowl incessantly! It's a good thing she likes her new prescribed food that costs a pretty penny. There is no waste and I have noticed that she excreted less waste. This tells me it is high quality and her body absorbs most all of it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Shela on May 22, 2023


Horrible food. I've seen that other people have also thought the consistency was disgusting. It is truly below the standard I would expect from the Hill's brand. It also gave my dog diarrhea. I would give it zero stars if possible.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Beth on Apr 2, 2023

dry, crumbly

Vet recently changed my to dog this from Purina Pro Plan Rx brand to see if she might drink less. The Hills canned food is dry and crumbly and hard for my dog to eat. She doesn't like it very much. I have never seen such dry canned food

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By juju on Feb 16, 2023

This food saves her life!

My dog had bladder stones and very expensive surgery two years ago. Since the she’s been on this food and her health is great! Yes it’s not great looking and it’s very dense, but it’s prescription food and is sustaining her health! For convenience,I cut it into thirds then put them cut the portions into tiny cubes. I make about a weeks work snd keep in fridge and it works out great. My Westie loves it.She turns 9 next month!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Jan 13, 2023


this so called loaf looks like it came from a 1950's bomb shelter in someone's back yard. Wasnt expecting a brick loaf. I called them up and they were kind enough to reimburse me and asked me to donate it. Ugh cant imagine any dog eating this but I will donate it. My dog has crystals in her urine. I wanted to by a wet Urinary Care product to put on her dry prescription food to help out. I have now ordered The Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Urinary SO Moderate Calorie Thin Slices In Gravy Canned Dog Food. At least this wont be a concrete blob. It's pieces of meat in gravy.