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Hill's Healthy Weight Dog Treats
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Hill's™ Healthy Weight Dog Treats are tasty, healthy and rewarding treats for adult dogs to support healthy weight loss and weight maintenance. Hill's™ Healthy Weight Dog Treats are great for dogs being fed Prescription Diet™ Metabolic, Metabolic + Mobility, j/d™ , r/d™ or w/d™ dog food, Science Plan™ Perfect Weight or Light dog food and Vet Essentials™ NeuteredDog dog food. With no added artificial preservatives, flavours or colours.
Feed as a snack as part of a healthy routine. These treats are a wonderful complement to Hill's™ foods.
|KEY FEATURES||KEY BENEFITS|
|Hill's™ Prescription Diet™ Metabolic technology: Scientifically formulated nutrient complex||Supports weight loss when fed in combination with Hill's™ Metabolic products|
|Fat||Moderate||Helps avoid weight gain|
|Fibre||High||Soluble and insoluble fibre to trigger satiety, control appetite, and maintain gastrointestinal health|
Delicious treats that complement foods for:
- Overweight and obese dogs.
- Weight maintenance after weight loss.
- Dogs prone to gaining weight (e.g. dogs that are less active, neutered or otherwise prone to being overweight).
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with Chicken: wheat, chicken (17%) and turkey meal, maize gluten meal, pea bran meal, maize, dried tomato pomace, digest, cellulose, flaxseed, animal fat, dried beet pulp, coconut oil, dried carrot, vitamins, trace elements and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
|For Weight loss||For Weight Maintenance|
|Ideal Body Weight kg||Treats (complementary)||Treats (complementary)|
Do not feed more than the maximum number of treats per day listed here, based on a dog's ideal body weight. If the dog tends to gain weight when supplementing with these treats, adjust as needed to maintain optimum body weight.
Adjust daily feeding amounts accordingly. If treats are fed, make sure to reduce the amount of pet food your dog is being fed. Treats should not be more than 10% of a dog's daily nutrition.
3476 kcal/kg (9.4 kcal/treat)
|Vitamin C||15 ppm|
|Vitamin E||77 IU/kg|
|Total dietary fibre||12.2|
|Vitamin D||20 IU/kg|
1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.