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Reduced-calorie dry food for senior medium breed dogs, helping to support weight control in a filling, satisfying and delicious recipe enriched with L-carnitine, omega-6 fatty acids and vitamin E.
As your dog gets older, it can become more difficult to maintain an ideal weight, thanks to reduced activity levels and lower calorie requirements than in young years. Hill’s Science Plan Mature Adult 7+ Light Medium with Chicken features a recipe that has been specially tailored to account for this, helping to support weight management in older medium breed dogs.
The Hill’s Science Plan Mature Adult 7+ Light Medium with Chicken dry dog food contains high-quality protein, which helps to promote lean muscle mass and contributes to species-appropriate nutrition. This kibble also offers a pleasant full feeling and has an unbeatable flavour that your dog will love. Hill’s Science Plan Mature Adult 7+ Light Medium with Chicken is enriched with L-carnitine and contains vitamin E and omega-6 fatty acids to help keep skin healthy and coat glossy. This diet food is free from artificial colours, aromas and preservatives.
Hill’s Science Plan Mature Adult 7+ Light Medium with Chicken at a glance:
Additives per kg:
Vitamin A [E672] (41,623 IU), vitamin D3 [E671] (1748 IU), iron [E1] (222mg), iodine [E2] (2.2mg), copper [E4] (27.9mg), manganese [E5] (9.7mg), zinc [E6] (187mg), selenium [E8] (0.4mg).
With natural antioxidants.
|omega-6 fats||2.6 %|
|calories that can be burned||313.0 kcal/100 g|
Hill's Mature Adult 7+ Light Chicken is a complete feed for dogs.
|Dog's weight||Amount in g/day|
|2.5kg||55 - 75|
|5kg||90 - 125|
|10kg||150 - 205|
|20kg||250 - 350|
|30kg||340 - 470|
|40kg||425 - 585|
|50kg+||11 per kg|
The amounts stated above are approximate guidelines and should be adjusted to each dog's individual requirements in order to maintain optimal body weight.
Is this your first feeding your dog with this dog food? If so, we recommend mixing the old and new foods together over a period of 7 days, gradually decreasing the quantities of old food over time. To ensure life-long good health for your pet, please ensure a balanced diet for your pet and pay regular visits to your vet (at least twice a year).