Senior Nutrition

By November 10, 2014 No Comments

Hill’s g/d – Feline:

For the Nutritional Management of Older Cats.
Prescription Diet g/d Feline cat food is formulated to be helpful in older cats and is a nutritional aid in managing renal disease, heart disease and heart failure. The reduced phosphorus level helps slow the progression of early renal disease, and the reduced sodium helps minimize high blood pressure. In addition the reduced sodium level helps to control the clinical signs associated with fluid retention, and added taurine helps maintain normal heart function. The nutritional formulation of Prescription Diet g/d may also be useful for pets with a variety of conditions.

Hill’s g/d – Canine:

For the Nutritional Support of Senior dogs.
As dogs age, they may require food designed to help reduce nutrient excesses that could be harmful to their system. The heart is the most important organ in your pet’s body, and factors such as age or weight may affect its function. Poor heart health can affect your dog’s lifestyle and mood For example, high levels of sodium, phosphorus and protein can cause increased workload in the heart and kidneys. Kidneys are very important to the health of your dogs because they remove waste substances from the blood and maintain the normal balance of fluid and minerals within the body. Once kidney damage occurs, the consequences are usually irreversible. Because the food your dog eats plays an important role in his or her overall health and well-being, at Hill’s, nutritionists and veterinarians developed clinical nutrition especially formulated to support your older dog’s kidneys and heart for overall health.

Hill’s Healthy Advantage Mature Adult Feline is uniquely formulated to help address five common health concerns for mature adult cats. Urinary Health, Organ Health, Immunity, Weight Management & Digestion

Hill’s Healthy Advantage Mature Adult Canine is uniquely formulated to help address five common health concerns for mature adult dogs. Organ Health, Immunity, Weight Management, Digestion & Mobility

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