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Hills Feline C/d Chicken Pouch 85g

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SKU
I249645
Pet
Cat
Health Needs
Urinary
Life Stage
Adult
Benefits
How It Helps: Hill's™ Prescription Diet™ c/d™ Multicare Feline is clinically proven to support bladder health and reduce the recurrence of urinary stones. Key Benefits Helps manage bladder health and urine pH Clinically proven to dissolve struvite stones Helps reduce the recurrence of struvite and calcium oxalate stones With low salt to better maintain kidney health. Great taste your cat will love. Also available in dry, cans and pouch with Salmon. Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your cat.
Food Type
Wet
Description

Hill's™ Prescription Diet™ c/d™ Multicare Feline with Chicken

Ingredients
COMPOSITION: Meat and animal derivatives (chicken 22%), vegetable protein extracts, derivatives of vegetable origin, cereals, fish and fish derivatives, various sugars, eggs and egg derivatives, minerals, oils and fats.Urine acidifying substances: DL-methionine, calcium sulphate, choline chloride, potassium chloride.
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