|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Water, Beef, Carrots...||Water, Chicken, Carrots...||Water, Chicken, Pork Liver...||Water, Turkey, Rice...||Water, Pork Liver, Carrots...|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...|
|Special Diet||Veterinary Diet, With Grain||Veterinary Diet, With Grain||Veterinary Diet, With Grain||Sensitive Digestion, Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free, With Grain||Veterinary Diet, Weight Control, With Grain|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Turkey||Poultry, Chicken|
|Health Feature||Kidney Care||Kidney Care||Urinary Tract Health||Digestive Health||Diabetic Support, Digestive Health, Weight Management|
|Food Texture||Stew||Stew||Stew||Minced, Pate||Stew|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
We ordered a Prescription Science Diet renal wet food (our ShihTzu LOVES it) and received it in a couple of days. Unfortunately, upon opening the first can tonight, we discovered the case of dog food we received was the wrong one. After a quick phone call to a very helpful pup-loving operator, we now have the correct case on the way, and per Chewy’s permission, we will be donating the very yummy case of “wrong” food to our local animal shelter. Thank you, Chewy, for handling this glitch so efficiently and generously. Our shelter is going to be so happy!
My yorkie ate this without protest for the first couple of days, and then it was a fight to get him to eat. Smell is OK, but it has a funny texture. i give him a liquid supplement for hips and joints, and it doesn't mix with the food. The liquid pools and is not obsorbed by the food. Going back to his regular food. When asked 'would you recommend this item?' Can't say, I only know how my dog reacts.
Using this for a diabetic Rat Terrier/Cocker Spaniel/Labrador/Beagle/Boxer/Eskimo Spitz mix (we did the DNA test!). She looks like half Border Collie and half Papillon... She had dropped 7 pounds down to 23 pounds when we finally figured out what was going on. The vet started her on w/d, and we got a couple cans of k/d, which she loved, too. Figured her kidneys were in no better shape than her eyes. She is, for the most part, blind, and it happened overnight in one eye, now in the other. She's too old to have teeth capable of chewing dry food. We were feeding 1 1/2 cans a day for awhile, and she kept telling us something was wrong, butbwe didn't underatand. The vet told us she needed twice what we were feeding her. After most of a month of 3 cans a day (1 in am, 1/2 for brunch, 1/2 around 2 or 3pm, and 1 can late) she has gained 4 1/2 pounds back. She feels much better, and now know she had been telling us she was hungry! Her loss of sight in her one good eye has really slowed her down. The vet recommended we go back to the w/d food and stay there, so I will leave a glowing review of it, as well, if asked to do so. She likes one just as good as the other. The vet said it's actually the same stuff humans get in the grocery store, but cannot be labeled as such. It smells good enough to try for sure! I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to replace dry food. On another note, it does not tear her stomach up like OTC canned foods would - no matter how expensive.
I add this to Daisy's k/d kibble because she's not a fan of the low protein diet and wasn't eating the kibble alone. With the stew added, she will now gobble her food right down.
Dog refused to eat Hill's k/d wet and dry food after they changed the formula to include the "activbiome". I am very disappointed that Hill's changed the formula for a kidney diet, as these diets are generally in low stock and the dogs on these diets absolutely require them.
It’s pretty gross, smells awful, makes dog breath awful when she’s hungry enough to eat. We got this as another option and she liked the sample we got from the vet, but now that I bought a case of it won’t touch it now…
After literally weeks of trying to figure out what she would and could eat, by golly, fingers crossed 🤞 I hope we hit the jackpot! Recently, diagnosed with renal disease I first tried the Hills loaf, she hated it, then I said "the heck with it" I'll feed canned chicken knowing that's not the right choice. Just got in the Hills beef & vegetable stew, so far so good 🎯 Daisy 🌼 is still at the feed bowl 😊 🐾 🐾
!0 years ago, I was at a vet with my dog. They sold Hill's and I looked at the ingredients then and was taken aback. 10 years later, it was prescribed for my senior dog. I couldn't read the ingredients but my dog had diarrhea + the massive expense. I called my relatively new vet and was prescribed Purina Pro Plan (dry food for about $80 and Chewy won't let me write a review which is really odd). We have a worse problem now. I took time to wean my dog to the wet then the dry and since he's a corgi, he eats anything. It doesn't mean the product is good. What works is a recipe I got from a friend whose dog is in the same boat. It's easy to make (5 ingredients and you know exactly what's going in it) and it's a lot less expensive.
I am so thankful to find a kidney diet canned food that my 13 year old Maltese-shiatsu doesn't turn her nose up at! This stew like meal is quite similar to her old favorite food. It's such a relief to see her anxiously awaiting mealtime again!
My dog really likes the food, but more importantly it really helped his numbers with his kidney failure in a tremendous way!