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Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic + Mobility Weight & Joint Care Chicken Flavor Dry Dog Food

Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic + Mobility Weight & Joint Care Chicken Flavor Dry Dog Food

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    Great Dog food... worth every penny!

    By Dozer on Jan 5, 2021

    When we first moved away and bought our own house our dog was very depressed and over weight. Not much moving around and he has bad arthritis...we were feeding him food that was about 30$ cheaper and he continued to gain unnecessary weight. This has done so well for him and his weight instantly came When we first moved away and bought our own house our dog was very depressed and over weight. Not much moving around and he has bad arthritis...we were feeding him food that was about 30$ cheaper and he continued to gain unnecessary weight. This has done so well for him and his weight instantly came off and he started walking so much better and even was able to go for walks! Would reccomend for any older dog with mobility issues and arthritis or over weight dog! Thanks Hills! … more

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    Not great for small dogs

    By Pugmom on Jan 18, 2021

    I switched to this food in hopes of helping my overweight senior pug with limited mobility lose weight. Unfortunately, the kibble are way too big and his teeth aren’t good so he ends up not eating most of the food, and those of you who are familiar with the breed know there is not much in the food department I switched to this food in hopes of helping my overweight senior pug with limited mobility lose weight. Unfortunately, the kibble are way too big and his teeth aren’t good so he ends up not eating most of the food, and those of you who are familiar with the breed know there is not much in the food department that pugs won’t eat! Hills apparently doesn't make this food in a smaller kibble so we will be switching to another kind with smaller kibble. … more

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