Hill's Science Diet Puppy Large Breed Lamb Meal & Brown Rice Recipe Dry Dog Food

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About This Item


  • Made in the USA with quality global ingredients.
  • Helps large-breed pups grow to their full potential with optimal levels of calcium for controlled bone development.
  • Uses a balanced set of minerals to promote strong bones and teeth in large puppies.
  • Also includes DHA from fish oil to support healthy brain and eye development.
  • High-quality protein helps your large pup build and maintain lean muscles.

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Top IngredientsLamb Meal, Brown Rice, Cracked Pearled Barley...Chicken, Brown Rice, Whole Grain Oats...Chicken, Brown Rice, Whole Grain Wheat...Chicken, Rice, Corn Gluten Meal...Salmon, Rice, Barley...
Health FeatureHigh-Energy, Skin & Coat Health, Muscle CareHigh-Energy, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health...Digestive Health, Vitamins & MineralsBrain Health, Dental & Breath Care, Heart Care...Digestive Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...
Special DietWith GrainHigh-Protein, With GrainWith GrainHigh-Protein, With GrainSensitive Digestion, With Grain
Breed SizeLarge Breeds, Giant BreedsLarge Breeds, Giant BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsLarge Breeds, Giant BreedsLarge Breeds
Food FlavorMeat, LambPoultry, ChickenPoultry, ChickenPoultry, ChickenSeafood & Fish, Salmon
Food FormDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry Food

Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions

What are the exact feeding instructions for this particular food? The info under the feeding instructions is too vague.
Answer by ChewyNov 19, 2018
Please refer to the image below for the recommended feeding guide.

English bulldog that’s a little under a year Science diet large breed puppy, the chicken meal, is it okay to switch him to the lamb meal and rice recipe even if I won’t have enough to mix two, or should I just stay with the science diet large breed puppy chicken flavor
Answer by ChewyNov 19, 2017
This will primarily depend on your particular puppy's digestive system. Some dogs are more sensitive to protein switches than others. To have the best results, we suggest doing a gradual transition which can help to prevent any gastrointestinal upset.

How many cups are in this bag?
Answer by ChewyJun 04, 2020
The 33-pound bag would have around 130 cups of food.

Are all ingredients from the United states or are some ingredients imported and just assembled in the US.
Answer by ChewyApr 01, 2019
This food is made in the United States. They source raw materials only from countries where there are reliable safety procedures in place, primarily in the United States, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and several European countries.

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247 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CUPS on Sep 13, 2023

The food changed with the yellow lab puppy sitting down was always the chicken when I received the bag it was lamb I didn't realize the food was different until my dog spit it out and didn't want to eat it. I have to make sure I order the yellow lab puppy standing up

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Dre on Jul 5, 2023

Refused to eat after 1st bag

One of the few brands with a chicken free giant breed specific formula with the correct calcium/protein ratios. Our pup loved the first bag, cleared up the upset he was getting with Hills science chicken and oats formula. Hagrid is 7 months, 85lb and with first bag scarfed down his normal 6.5-6.75 cups a day. With the 2nd bag he is refusing to eat it, would rather not eat for almost 24 hrs then eat it. Eats all other dry food fine. Not sure what's up, maybe something off with the bag. Will try another bag of it or maybe just another brand.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jc on Aug 4, 2023

Good start

Dog lives this. Previously fed the chicken flavor at age 3-4 mos, has only been on lamb for a week since transitioning. Will update after he's eaten a few bags but his growth and weight gain seems to be what's expected.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Maddy on Jul 26, 2023

the vet reccomended this - and my dog loves it

He’s just about one year old. I’ll probably keep feeding him this brand for another two or three months, before switching him to adult kibble. But this is such a trusted brand with good nutrition for growing puppies!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kelly on Jul 25, 2023

Shouldn't have changed formula :-(

My German Shepherd puppy loved the original formula so much so that I had to purchase a slow feeder, but with the new formula, he just walks away and won't eat it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By dogdaze on Jun 15, 2023

Trouble adjusting

My pups have sensitive tummies. They’ve been on royal canin golden retriever for much of their lives. We wanted to test a new protein but even with a lengthy transition, they’re still having a bit of diarrhea. Maybe the lamb is too rich. We’ll give it another week.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By labradoodle on May 8, 2023

great, but too much.

M pup is now 11 months old, turning 1 year in less than 3 weeks. She has been on this particular dog food since she began eating. Unfortunately due to the price increase and the poundage being taken away, I will be changing her dog food.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By IndysMom on Jun 13, 2023

Great Food! Disappointed in new price

Indy loves the food. Small dimes size crunchy bits. Recently the bag size decreased with an increase in price. We will be changing the food.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By cwalos on Apr 5, 2023

3 German Shepherds Love It!

I bought this for the first time for my 3 German Shepherds (one only 6 months old) because I wanted something comparable to Royal Canin with a bit of a price reduction. Bowls are emptied quickly, which means they love it, and it provides them with an abundance of energy.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Alais on Feb 5, 2023

Caused Stomach Upset

We've been searching for a more cost-effective food than the RC Boxer Puppy we currently feed. I also want to buy foods that fall in line with the guidelines of safe foods based on DCM issues that have been happening with grain-free varieties. This food came well recommended in some of my boxer groups, so thought I would give it a try. One of our boxer puppies loves this food, although it does make his stool a bit soft. But our other boxer puppy did not do well at all. His stools almost immediately became runny. Such a bummer because it is much more cost-effective than what I am currently feeding them. I'm sure it is fine for some puppies, just didn't work out for us. The hunt for a cost-effective food continues.