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

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About This Item

  • Clinical nutrition especially formulated to help support your dog's bladder health
  • Reduced levels of protein and calcium to help limit the formation of bladder stones
  • Added taurine and high levels of L-carnitine help maintain healthy heart muscle function and a healthy circulatory system
  • Added antioxidants to control cell oxidation and promote a healthy immune system
  • A complete and balanced diet for your dog
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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.

Find the Right Formula

Talk to your veterinarian about the right formula for your pet.

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

5 Customer Questions

When is the u/d wet can food for my dog be available? I need to buy some ASAP
Answer by DebSJun 30, 2021
Talked to Hills 6/30/2021 said it should have been on shelves 6/22/2021but isn't. Hills said it was still in manufacturing and could not give me any additional information.

Is there a use by date per can? (I.e. within 3 days of opening)
Answer by ChewyDec 04, 2017
This recipe does have a best by used date for the entire case. We encourage pet parents to place opened cans in the fridge and store them for up to 3-5 days.

Why is there pork liver in the ingredients of this food if organ meats such as liver are known to be high in purines? I thought dogs with urate stones were supposed to avoid high purine foods.
Answer by ChewyOct 17, 2021
Prescription Diet u/d has controlled levels of high quality, highly digestible protein to help dissolve urate and cystine stones and decreases risk for urate & cystine stone recurrence.

My dog is allergic to chicken but does well with hydrolyzed chicken. Is the chicken in this food hydrolyzed?
Answer by ChewyFeb 29, 2020
This is not a hydrolyzed diet.

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Rated 4.35 out of 5 stars
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120 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By mdbtaa on Feb 8, 2022

My dog loves the taste!

My 10 yr old neutered male Labrastaff (68% black Lab/32% American Staffordshire Terrier aka Pit Bull) was recently diagnosed with struvite stones in his bladder. After trying a different brand urinary formula prescription kibble for 2 months, the stones doubled in size. So, his vet put him on the u/d kibble, which he also loves. I use the wet canned food to hide his apoquel, biotin, collagen peptides and fish oil capsules. It's a little dry so it tends to crumble when attempting to form it into a ball, but with enough palm squeezing pressure it manages to stay together.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By SROG on Feb 24, 2022

Waist of money

My Dog won't touch it. Money down the drain. My next choice won't be from Chewy since they don't refund purchases on prescriptions.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By RubysMom on Nov 18, 2021

Changed formula for the better

I'm so glad they finally have this in stock again. It was out of stock for almost a year due to 2020 craziness. My dog gets urate stones and this is highly effective. I think they changed the formula a bit, because it used to be a lot more gelatinous. I like it a lot more now, before it used to get stuck on the roof of my dogs mouth like peanut butter. Unfortunately there aren't any treat options on this diet but I give my pup carrots and sweet potato chews and she loves it

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bentley on Jan 13, 2022

My only option

My dog has a problem with bladder stones. This is the only food he’s allowed to have. As it’s been very hard to find I am very pleased that it’s back in stock.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Sharhugs on Oct 7, 2021

Effective U/D Wet Food

My 8 ur old, ShiTsu Poodle mix developed bladder stones. He underwent bladder surgery to remove them a week ago. This Hill’s Urinary Diet food was recommended by my vet to hopefully prevent future stones. He transitioned from Purina Pro Plan. The Hill’s wet food is dryer than most & has a gel like consistency. I feed it to him once a day. I use it to make a small ball with his meds. A few seconds in the microwave & he likes it. I use the Hill’s dry food as treats now. He’s not happy about no people food or Milkbones, but adjusted better than I expected. Acts like he feels better & actually lost a pound after 3 weeks on this food. Would recommend.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Gross on Nov 2, 2021

My dog will not eat this unless it's frozen

This food is awful, it is a gelatinous glob, smells terrible, looks terrible and so it's no wonder my dog won't touch it. She will only eat it if I freeze it, which then it loses its nutritional value by doing that. She was diagnosed with cystine crystals so I thought I'd try the prescription diet, there really needs to be more choices for this diet!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Kimmy on Aug 19, 2021

Dog said No

I can't say anything wrong with the product, it's just my dog refuses to eat it. It was a no no for him.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By none on Oct 21, 2020

I did not order this and will be finding another source for my dogs food.

Trying to add an additional item to my order ended up with an extra case of beef stew which was delivered yesterday and now I get a notice that an additional shipment of 3 cases of Hills u/d was shipped yesterday. I can't afford this much of this expensive dog food at once. I have never had this much difficulty ordering anything on any other site.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Shep on Aug 11, 2020

Great service inconsistent product

My dog has been doing extremely well on the food until the last 2 cases. The consistency of the food has become so sloppy my dog chokes on it. It is scary to watch him eat. It’s like a mouth full of of soft peanut butter and he cannot swallow it. Gets stuck in his mouth. The cases were ordered at different times and the numbers are different so I hope this is not an indicator of a product change.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mitcheroo on Jul 18, 2020

Order is accurate every time with CHEWY

These guys are fast and accurate, now regarding the prescription food, My Harper likes it a lot better than Royal Canine in flavor! I don't know which is better for him regarding his bladder stones. This may sound crazy, but we feed him about 12 times a day/night! Heres the catch, he only gets 1-2 tablespoons each time, about 7/8's of a can a day! ( We smear it onto small plate like peanut butter to take him longer to lick plate clean and eat) His weight is perfect for his 15 Years of age, his metabolism is amazing! In the morning and evening we split his feedings up at least 15-30 mins apart. He has many issues w/digestion, muscle cramping, seizures, etc.... But doing this has slowed or minimized most all of these! Never fear.... Our old Dachshund lets us know when he's neglected and time for another plate! Our trouble is we can't leave him w/anyone when we go on trips anymore because of his issues, so we take him with..... not sure if we will be able to take a Cruise this Autumn unless we can find a lovable trustworthy person to not sneak him scraps or dairy. Seems that is what kind of caused a few of his issues to begin with! Please People, don't give a small dog a big honking' piece of beef to devour! They don't know better than to cream it down like most dogs do, but their digestive system can not handle it! If you are going to feed pets meat, cut pieces of meat small and give it to them a little at a time, use it for training and such, don't just throw it in front on them to wolf down!!! IN GOD WE TRUST