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Help to keep your dog’s fur and skin in optimum health and premium condition with this delicious kibble, ideal for sensitive dogs and those with dermatological problems, as well as those losing fur.
Hill's Prescription Diet Canine Derm Defense Skin Care with Chicken is not only beneficial to your dog’s health but is also packed full of irresistible flavour. It is made with 17% hearty chicken and offers key nutrients such as omega-3 and -6 fatty acids. There is also a great range of essential vitamin, mineral and trace element components to this dish, with beta-carotene and a naturally-occurring antioxidant formula that help to strengthen immunity. Veterinarians recommend this premium dish to boost the natural defences created by skin and encourage smooth, gleaming coats.
Dermatosis and hair loss can be unpleasant conditions for your dog to suffer from. Help to support your pet’s recovery and offer it a healthier, happier life with this Hill's Prescription Diet Canine Derm Defense Skin Care with Chicken, which is a complete dry food enriched with a specialised bio-active formula full of beneficial phytonutrients. It helps to keep your dog looking and feeling healthy and nourished. The combination of nutrients supports your dog’s natural skin barrier-effect, as well as relieving the risks of allergens present in the environment. Each ingredient in this complete dry food has been chosen for its benefits for canine skin and fur, helping to soothe and nourish.
Hill's Prescription Diet Canine Derm Defense Skin Care with Chicken at a glance:
Additives per kg:
Vitamin A (11,017 IU), vitamin D3 (852 IU), vitamin E (800 IU), vitamin C (90mg), beta-carotene (1.5mg), iron (76.3mg), iodine (1.9mg), copper (7.5mg), manganese (7.9mg), zinc (134mg), selenium (0.2mg).
With natural antioxidants.
|omega-3 fats||1.5 %|
|omega-6 fats||4.1 %|
|DHA fatty acid||0.52 mg|
|Dog’s weight||Feeding amount in g/day|
|50kg+||10g per kg|
Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts depend on your pet's age, breed, activity levels and other circumstances. Fresh water should be provided at all times.If you are feeding this food to your dog for the first time, introduce it gradually, by mixing it with your dog’s usual food in increasing amounts over the course of 7 days.