Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas

1.5kg
: 4/5
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Dietetic dry food for cats with food allergies or intolerances, designed to support skin function in cats with dermatosis or excessive hair loss, with a recipe rich in EPA/DHA and linoleic acid....further information
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Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas
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Product description

Dietetic dry food for cats with food allergies or intolerances, designed to support skin function in cats with dermatosis or excessive hair loss, with a recipe rich in EPA/DHA and linoleic acid.

Vet Food Disclaimer

If your cat suffers with digestive or skin problems caused by food allergies or intolerances, it can be beneficial to choose a specially tailored. Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas is a complete dietetic dry food that has been specially developed to help reduce allergic reactions caused by food. The dietetic food contains selected digestible proteins and carbohydrates and can also be used as an elimination diet.
This Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas dietetic cat food is rich in essential fatty acids and can help to support healthy skin function. The nutritious recipe includes vitamins, minerals and trace elements, which makes it suitable as complete diet for daily feeding. Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas also offers delicious flavour, which makes it well-accepted by many cats.

Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas at a glance:

  • Complete dietetic food to reduce symptoms of nutritional intolerance and support skin function in adult cats suffering with dermatosis or excessive hair loss
  • Selected protein & carbohydrate sources: with duck and peas, ideal as an elimination diet
  • Supports skin function: with increased levels of linoleic acid, EPA and DHA
  • Hypoallergenic recipe: can contribute to good digestion
  • Balanced and rich in nutrients: with vitamins, minerals and trace elements
  • Great flavour: well-accepted by many cats
  • Recommended by veterinarians: commonly prescribed by veterinarians as a clinically proven complete food

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
Dried peas (44%), pea protein, animal fats, duck meal (4%), cellulose, minerals, soya bean oil, fish oil, pea bran meal, protein hydrolysate, taurine, vitamins, trace elements, beta-carotene.
With natural antioxidants [mixed tocopherols].
Protein sources: pea protein, duck meal.
Carbohydrate sources: dried peas.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (5890 IU), vitamin D3 (589 IU), vitamin E (700mg), vitamin C (100mg), beta-carotene (1.5mg), iron (74.2mg), iodine (1.2mg), copper (7.3mg), manganese (7.7mg), zinc (154mg), selenium (0.2mg).
With natural antioxidants.

Analytical constituents

protein30.5 %
fat21.4 %
fibre5.7 %
ash5.8 %
calcium0.73 %
phosphorus0.65 %
magnesium0.11 %
potassium0.9 %
sodium0.25 %
omega-3 fats0.8 %
omega-6 fats3.5 %
DHA fatty acid0.35 mg

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation:
Hill's Prescription Diet Feline d/d Food Sensitivities - Duck & Green Peas is a complete dietetic food for cats.
Cat's weight (kg) Daily serving in g/day
2kg 35g
3kg 50g
4kg 60g
5kg 70g
6kg 80g
7kg+ 12g per kg

The recommended feeding amounts are only guidelines and should be adapted to suit the individual needs of your pet to ensure that it maintains an ideal body weight. Seek your vet’s advice if you are unsure or if you are feeding Hill's Prescription Diet to a young cat.
When feeding for the first time, mix increasing amounts of your pet's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period.
Ensure your cat always has fresh drinking water available.

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Latest user reviews

12/12/23 | Audrey
: 2/5

Not for our cat

Our cat had suspected intolerances and we had to try several "hypoallergenic and hydrolysed" foods. That didn't work for us. One thing first is that it really really really is made of green peas and only smells of that. Past the novelty, our cat was ultimately put off. It also didn't go down well toilet wise but in all fairness a lot of things don't with our cat. It didn't sort his gastro issues at all and we had to move on to something else. A lot of ingredients in there too...
03/11/23 | Anne Sawhney
: 5/5

Safest for allergies and unknown intolerances

This is the only dry food that all the gang can eat; totally safe for allergies while other hypo-allergenic food causes digestive upset in sensitive tummies.
09/11/22 | Sofia
: 5/5

So yummy he ate it too quickly

Had to try one of our cats on a different chicken free food (turns out he didn't like the other one) and tried this. He LOVED it. In fact, when he had transitioned to having 100% d/d, he loved it so much that he wolfed it down and regurgitated the food. Several times. Now I give him 12-15g of this paired with 45g(ish) of a different food and that does the trick. He still gets the yummy d/d but eats at a slower pace and doesn't throw up anymore.
26/09/22 | Sue
: 5/5

Happy cat. Happy owner!

My British Shorthair had loose and often bloody poo which dropped around the house. He’s such a good sweet natured cat and I tried everything to help him from cooking for him to medicating him, trying sooo many different hypoallergenic and gastro foods but all to no avail. My vet said her cat had a similar problem and recommended this as a novel protein source and it’s also rice free having pea as the carb. After TWO days on this he had formed poo… first time in 2 1/2 yrs!!! Amazing.
10/09/22 | Sue Cleveland
: 5/5

Great results

I had tried prebiotics, probiotics, gastro food, cooked chicken and rice, cooked turkey, breed specific food (BSH), kaolin, firming pastes over a period of a couple of years. My vet then recommended this as a novel source of protein and carbs. Within a week my cat had shape to his poo, no more blood, no messy bum, no poo drops around the house. And importantly he must feel so much better. So pleased to have had this recommended.
28/08/21 | Jane Nicholas
: 1/5

Made my cats ill

One of my cats has been on this product for a long time with no issues. He developed an upset stomach which I put down to a hairball and gave him boiled white fish until he was back to normal. It reoccurred twice until I stopped feeding d/d. I decided to give the other two cats some of the d/d to use it up. Both developed upset stomachs which disappeared once it was withdrawn. Hopefully a rogue batch,
24/08/21 | Krisztina
: 5/5

Finally my cat stopped pooing all over the house!

Bless his poor soul, after wasting over £250 at the vet not getting any wiser and my poor British Shorthair cat not getting any better, my friend recommended to try this line of food as he might feels poorly due to food allergies. After some investigation I figured turkey might be his problem. Anyway, since he's only eating this, his poo is finally solid, he's in a better mood, he put on some healthy weight and his coat is much nicer too. Will be buying again!
31/07/21
: 1/5

New formula?

One of my cats has been on this food for years for skin problems. He recently developed diarrhoea which I thought might be hair ball related. Boiled fish cured it but it returned once this dried food was reintroduced. I stopped feeding it and his condition improved. Decided to allow the other two cats to eat the remaining food in small amounts with their normal food. Both developed loose motions but recovered once this food was removed. I won’t be buying this again.
23/01/21
: 2/5

Bag contained other food!

The bag had a hole in it when we received it, so Zooplus kindly refunded us. But before I threw it out I had a look inside and it contained a few pieces of another kibble. I can’t believe there would be cross contamination between production lines on a food targeting allergies!
05/01/19 | Eli
: 5/5

Great food for allergies and IBD

This is the best food I have found for my cats. One had a skin allergy and the other chronic colitis. After 2 days of feeding this food both the scratching and diarrhoea stopped. A month on and their coats are looking great an no more running and bloody stools. Please keep stocking as this is fantastic
05/02/17 | Elizabeth Davies
: 5/5

Cat with IBD

Our vet prescribed this diet for my cat with IBD. This was the ONLY thing he ate for 12 months without any issue. He continued to put on weight and his coat is extremely glossy. He loves it too.