Fight the signs of ageing

with NEW Hill's™ Science Diet™ Youthful Vitality.

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Keep your dog in the game with NEW Hill’s Science Plan Youthful Vitality.

Fight the signs of ageing

Cutting-edge food science created specifically for adult dogs 7 years and older.

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This precise nutrition is formulated with ingredients to help support:

Brain Function

Powerful antioxidants for a healthy brain to support desire for family interaction

Energy and Vitality

Protein and L-carnitine support improved activity and the ability to get moving

Healthy Immune System

Vitamins C & E help bolster a strong immune system

Healthy Digestive System

High quality, easy-to-digest ingredients with great taste

Luxurious Coat

Essential fatty acids promote a coat with increased shininess and softness


Just like with people, age can slowly creep up on dogs. You may not  realise

your furry friend is starting to display some age-related changes

 See if you’ve noticed any of these signs – and be sure to visit your vet if you notice:




Difficulty managing daily things like finding the door



Socialises less than before with owner and other pets


Sleep routine changes

Change in sleep patterns, more awake at night



Starts having accidents, despite being toilet-trained



Plays less, sleeps more


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Caring for Your Pet


Pet Care Centre

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