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Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Multi-Benefit Digestive, Weight, Glucose, Urinary Management with Chicken Canned Dog Food

Hill's Prescription Diet w/d Multi-Benefit Digestive, Weight, Glucose, Urinary Management with Chicken Canned Dog Food

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    We have a winner

    By Jojo on Apr 11, 2021

    In the process of shifting from one prescription dog food to another, this was recommended by my dog’s vet. My pup loves it, had no issues during the shift from one brand to another, and his stool is more solid with this one (he also strains less when he goes poop).

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    Great Health Benefits if You Can Get Your Dog to Eat It

    By Paste on Feb 22, 2021

    My 12.5 yr old dog has blood glucose & weight problems. This food formulation has helped regulate his blood glucose as well as aided in weight loss, (maybe because he refuses to eat his food when I put this in it). He has never been a picky eater (i.e.. his weight problem) He refuses to eat his food My 12.5 yr old dog has blood glucose & weight problems. This food formulation has helped regulate his blood glucose as well as aided in weight loss, (maybe because he refuses to eat his food when I put this in it). He has never been a picky eater (i.e.. his weight problem) He refuses to eat his food when I put this can of "paste" in with his dry kibble. I have to mix the canned chicken stew formula in with it & he still won't eat it unless I add regular canned dog food in with it. Having to mix in non Rx formulated canned food to get him to eat this is defeating the reason for feeding it. I don't recommend this item as it must taste really bad if my fat dog that eats ANYTHING won't eat his food at all when I add this to his kibble. … more

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