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Hills Science Diet Adult Savory Stew Chicken & Vegetables Dog Fo

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Hills Science Diet Adult Savory Stew Chicken & Vegetables Dog Food 363g is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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I246551-Hills Science Diet Adult Savory Stew Chicken & Vegetables Dog Food 363g
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Product details

SKU
I246551
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Adult
Health and Wellbeing
Suitable for all dog breeds over 1 year of age
Benefits
High-quality protein for lean muscles Made with purposeful ingredients for a flavourful, nutritious meal Easy to digest Formulated with Key nutrients to support your pet’s stage of life Controlled levels of sodium and phosphorous help maintain kidney and heart health Omega-6 fatty acids & vitamin E for beautiful skin & coat
Feeding Guide
For feeding guidelines, see packaging.
Care instructions
Always provide fresh, clean water for your pet. Refridgerate after opening.
Breed specific
All
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Can
Description
A delicious complement to the superior nutrition of Hill's Science Det dry food.
Ingredients
Water, Chicken, Liver, Brown rice, Wheat flour, Carrots, Rice starch-modified, Potato starch, Dried beet pulp, Pork plasma, Potatoes, Chicken liver flavour, Vitamins & minerals.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Louyse from A favourite staple in my Dogs Diet We alternate feeding this variety with the beef variant, once a day, great texture and gobbled down no issues
Date published: 2024-01-25
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