Hill's Prescription Diet k/d + Mobility Dog Food 12kg
Clinically proven nutrition to support dogs with kidney conditions & mobility issues.
Prescription Diet k/d+Mobility Canine is clinically proven to support mobility issues & kidney conditions in dogs to improve their quality of life. Key Benefits
Formulated with controlled phosphorus and low sodium to support kidney & heart function
Clinically proven to help reduce symptoms of chronic kidney disease.
Supports your dog¿s ability to run, climb and jump in as little as 21 days
Supports vitality & alertness in older dogs
Amino acid profile supports your dog's natural ability to maintain lean muscle
With a delicious taste, your dog will love
Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your dog.
The support of the metabolism of joints in the case of osteoarthritis in adult dogs AND chronic kidney disease (all IRIS stages).
Renal forms of leishmaniasis.
Early cardiac disorders.
Cereals, seeds, oils and fats, derivatives of vegetable origin, meat and animal derivatives, eggs and egg derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, minerals, molluscs and crustaceans.Protein sources: Dried whole egg, pea protein.
Protein 14.2%, Fat content 19.2%, Omega-3 fatty acids 3.51%, Essential fatty acids 6.96%, EPA 0.35%, Crude fibre 2.3%, Crude ash 4.1%, Calcium 0.59%, Phosphorus 0.27%, Sodium 0.17%, Potassium 0.62%, Magnesium 0.09%; per kg: Vitamin A 9,797IU, Vitamin D3 775IU, Total Vitamin E 600mg, Vitamin C 90mg, Beta-carotene 1.5mg, Glucosamine 467mg, Chondroitin sulphate 279mg.
DAILY FEEDING AMOUNTS
These ranges are a starting point only, because dogs' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain optimal body weight.
When feeding for the first time, mix increasing amounts of the pet¿s new food with decreasing amounts of the previous food over a 7-day period.
Body weight (kg) - Dry grams
2.5kg - 45-65g
5kg - 80-110g
10kg - 135-185g
20kg - 225-310g
30kg - 305-420g
40kg - 380-520g
50kg - 445-615g
60 +kg - 10g per kg
Store in a cool dry place and use before "Best Before" date.