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last updated 21/12/2015
Did you know that your cat’s nutritional needs change after neutering? Cats need fewer calories and more controlled mineral levels to avoid excess weight gain, bladder issues, and more. Find out more about the right nutritional step after neutering: with Hill’s™ Science Plan™ VetEssentials NeuteredCat!
last updated 16/12/2015
The holidays are a perfect opportunity to give more love to your beloved Canine companion - here are our tips for making the holidays merrier for your dog!
last updated 16/12/2015
The holidays are the perfect time to show your favourite feline friend some extra special love - here are our tips for making the holidays brighter for your cat!
last updated 09/12/2015
Bladder issues are never fun – especially for pets, who can’t just speak up about how they’re feeling. Luckily, dogs are usually pretty good at signalling an issue; learn to spot the signs! Plus, there’s a new formula from Prescription Diet™ that can help! Find out more
A woman playing with her pet kitten and holding her puppy
last updated 29/12/2014
At Hill’s Pet UK, we know the year doesn’t end without a New Year send off. So, whatever you have planned read our tips, courtesy of Medivet Coventry, on making sure your pet has a good and safe time during your New Year’s Eve celebrations.
A cat popping its head out of a Christmas present box
last updated 22/12/2014
With Christmas only a few days away, do you know what your furry friends should avoid, to help make their Christmas a safe one? At Hill’s Pet UK, we thought we’d team up with Medivet Coventry, to help walk you through a pet friendly Christmas. Read more on how you can protect your pets this Christmas.
last updated 11/12/2014
Enter our 12 Tails of Christmas Competition, to win a little surprise prize from us each day from 12th – 24th December 2014.

Find out more about 12 Tails of Christmas Competition
last updated 05/12/2014
New Hill’s™ Science Plan™ Perfect Weight is a delicious nutritional solution proven to help your pet achieve healthy weight and avoid regaining, while feeling full and satisfied. There is a direct link between healthy weight and longer life in pets – so a food that helps pets more effectively burn excess calories will also help them enjoy life longer. Read the full article…
last updated 12/12/2014
Is food sensitivity to blame for your dog’s digestive troubles? Learn more about food sensitivities and how to manage them…
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