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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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    Am now a believer of this dog food!

    By AmyC on Jul 1, 2020

    I was skeptical when our veterinarian prescribed the Hill's Metabolic+Mobility Weight & Joint Care dog food for our 7-yr old female lab mix. It was more expensive than the brand we had been using, but our dog was continuing to gain more and more weight on the previous brand. After about a month of I was skeptical when our veterinarian prescribed the Hill's Metabolic+Mobility Weight & Joint Care dog food for our 7-yr old female lab mix. It was more expensive than the brand we had been using, but our dog was continuing to gain more and more weight on the previous brand. After about a month of using the Hill's Metabolic+Mobility, she had lost over 5 lbs and was running around like a 2-yr old dog! She loves the flavor of this dog food too, and since it's highly concentrated, you don't have to feed as much as with other brands. Absolutely worth the money. We're going to continue using this brand since the results are so noticeable! … more

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    Insanely Overpriced

    By OzzysMom on Jun 16, 2020

    My very picky chubby dog was forced onto this food by the vet and I caved (unwillingly) as his hips are bad and the ingredients are kinda crap ... but he needs to lose 10% body weight and I was not having any luck on my own. Shockingly, he actually eats it if I mix with the wet version of this crazy My very picky chubby dog was forced onto this food by the vet and I caved (unwillingly) as his hips are bad and the ingredients are kinda crap ... but he needs to lose 10% body weight and I was not having any luck on my own. Shockingly, he actually eats it if I mix with the wet version of this crazy expensive food. I also add hip supplement powder from Missing Link ... but if it helps my boy, I won't be as upset of the price. Should be a crime to charge so much!!!! And I was buying expensive grain free stuff prior but this is easily $30 to $40 more a bag!!!! … more

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