Dietetic complete food for adult dogs with dermatosis or hair loss, with a special complex of bioactive substances to promote healthy skin and strengthen the skin's barrier against allergens....further informationProduct description
Dietetic complete food for adult dogs with dermatosis or hair loss, with a special complex of bioactive substances to promote healthy skin and strengthen the skin's barrier against allergens.
Hill's Prescription Diet Canine Derm Defense Skin Care with Chicken is a specialist dry dog food for adult dogs suffering from dermatosis or excessive shedding. This dietetic kibble contains a special complex with bioactive ingredients and phytonutrients, to support healthy skin and coat. This nutrient complex works to strengthen the skin barrier and helps to reduce unwanted reactions to environmental allergens. The ingredients of the dry kibble also have a soothing and nourishing effect on your dog’s skin and coat.
This tasty dry dog nutrition from Hill’s contains 17% chicken, and is particularly rich in unsaturated fatty acids such as Omega-3 and Omega-6. In addition, a balanced mix of vitamins, minerals and trace elements as well as beta-carotene and natural antioxidants support your dog’s general health and promote a strong immune system. This high quality dog nutrition is prescribed by vets to provide effective support in boosting your dog’s skin barrier function and to help your dog to regain its glossy, healthy coat.
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|
|linolenic acid||3.9 %|
|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. Ensure your dog receives balanced nutrition and is taken for regular veterinary visits (at least 2 per year).
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 whilst decreasing the amount of your dog's current food.