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Hill's Science Diet Adult Sensitive Stomach & Skin Dog Food 12kg

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Your grown dog wants to feel as good as he or she looks. Hill's Science Diet Sensitive Stomach & Skin Adult Dog Food is specially formulated for optimal digestive health. This dog food for sensitive stomachs uses prebiotic fibre to fuel gut bacteria and support a balanced microbiome. In addition, this dry dog food made with natural ingredients also provides an excellent source of vitamin E and Omega-6 fatty acids to nourish your dog's skin, and help maintain a healthy, shiny coat. This digestion care food is formulated with decades of cutting-edge research to be a great-tasting meal adult dogs can truly enjoy.

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