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Kidney care

Prescription Diet™ k/d™

Clinically proven nutrition to support a longer and better quality of life

  • Improved amino acid profile to build lean muscle daily
  • E.A.T. Technology stimulates appetite and increases food intake1
  • Rich new aroma and an irresistible new kibble size and shape

New & improved

Kidney
Joint

Help your cat jump for joy!

New Prescription Diet™
k/d+Mobility

  • Clinically proven nutrition to:
  • Support a longer and better quality of life
  • Supports the metabolism of joints in case of Osteoarthritis2
  • Increase caloric intake with Enhanced Appetite Trigger (E.A.T.)™ Technology1

Enhanced Appetite Trigger (E.A.T.)™ Technology

A breakthrough in kidney care foods, Hill’s proprietary E.A.T™ Technology boosts appetite in cats with kidney conditions. By measuring food preferences in cats with CKD, Hill’s identified key aromas and flavours that stimulate food intake and applied it to the k/d™ range of kidney foods.

  • Key flavours trigger your cat's appetite
  • Unbeaten taste & aroma

E.A.T.™ Technology available in Feline dry.

What are kidney conditions?

Of the many conditions that affect your cat’s kidneys, the most common is called Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

  • On diagnosis, the condition has already been present for some time
  • Early diagnosis is key - symptoms develop over time, undetected
  • Other conditions, like osteoarthritis and alertness issues, are often seen in older cats with CKD
  • CKD is a lifelong disease that can be managed very well with the right food

What can influence CKD?

  • Age
    Chances of developing kidney problems
    double between ages 10 and 15.
  • Food
    Foods high in phosphorus, sodium and
    protein can accelerate the progression of CKD.
  • Breed
    Some breeds are more likely to develop
    certain kidney conditions.

What signs should you look out for?

  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
    and weakness
  • Vomiting and
    diarrhoea
  • Increased thirst
    and urination
  • Lack of energy
    and sleepiness
  • Bad breath and
    a sore mouth

Early diagnosis

The key to catching CKD before symptoms become obvious is early diagnosis. The sooner it's diagnosed, the more time you have to help your pet feel well for as long as possible using kidney care food.

The SDMA* test

  • A revolutionary new kidney function test
  • Diagnoses CKD months or years earlier than other methods
Keep testing for
kidney conditions at
the vet regularly

How can the right food help?

What you feed your cat plays an important role in helping
maintain kidney health.

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Where to buy Hill’s kidney care foods

Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ cat foods are available at your vet clinic and online.
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"My cat Charlie is almost 19. He has had arthritis for some years and three months ago was diagnosed with CKD. I've seen lots of posts on email sites of people in the same position, trying to get their cat to switch to a Renal diet. I have tried numerous brands including some sourced in Europe, in a quest to find anything truly appetising. Hill's so far comes out as the very best: your range of dry food is good but I was delighted to find Hill's Prescription Diet K/D + Mobility. This is great as it supports my cat's two major health concerns, plus finally a wet food with lots of gravy! Please can you bring out MORE FLAVOURS though?! And can you create some Renal cat treats? It must be possible, surely. Thanks Hill's!"

- F. Nicholls with cat Charlie

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