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Hill's Prescription Diet K/D Kidney Care Salmon Pouches Wet Cat Food 85G

$3.83

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Please note, ingredients may vary slightly depending on packaging received due to a formula update.

Hill's Prescription Diet k/d cat food with salmon is clinical nutrition to help protect your cat's vital kidney function, enhance appetite and increase food intake. This wet cat food is an appetite stimulant for cats that is clinically proven to improve & lengthen quality of life. Hill's Prescription Diet k/d is made with chicken and has a mouthwatering taste that your cat will love.

When cats have kidney tissue damage, their kidneys cannot perform as well. This condition is not reversible, but progression may be slowed. Cats with decreased kidney function may experience a loss of appetite and their food intake might decline. Dietetic foods for kidney conditions are designed to help reduce workload on the kidneys, enabling them to function more effectively.

It's important to continue to feed Hill's Prescription Diet k/d Kidney Care Cat Food to help maintain your cat's kidney health, even after their kidney symptoms improve. Consult your veterinarian for further information on how Hill's Prescription Diet foods can help them continue to enjoy a happy and active life.

Prescription diets should only be used with the professional advice of your Veterinarian or Veterinary professional. If symptoms persist or you have any concerns please contact your local Veterinary practice, or email us enquiries@petstockvet.com.au.



Meat and animal derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, fish and fish derivatives (salmon 4%), cereals, various sugars, eggs and egg derivatives, minerals, oils and fats.

Protein sources: Chicken, pork, salmon, dried egg whites.

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