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Nourriture pour chats Hill's Science Diet Adult Urinary Hairball Control Entrée de poulet savoureuse

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Hill's™ Science Diet™ Adult Hairball Control Savoury Chicken Entrée fournit une nutrition pour aider à éviter la formation de boules de poils chez les chats.

  • Équilibre minéral sain; soutient la santé de l'ensemble du système urinaire, avec des niveaux optimaux de magnésium
  • La fibre naturelle réduit confortablement les boules de poils
  • Vitamine E, Oméga-3 et -6 pour une peau et un pelage magnifiques
  • Protéine de poulet de haute qualité pour un repas savoureux et nutritif

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Une nutrition savoureuse pour une vie longue et heureuse. Avec des ronronnements doux et des museaux encore plus doux, vous et votre chat avez quelque chose à vous. Parce que chaque moment que vous passez ensemble est spécial, nous nous efforçons de vous en offrir davantage. Avec des ingrédients sains et les bons nutriments, Hill's Régime scientifique est précisément préparé pour offrir à votre chat la nutrition dont il a besoin pour sa santé et son bonheur tout au long de sa vie.

Nous fabriquons nos aliments pour animaux de compagnie dans des installations de fabrication américaines avec des ingrédients de la plus haute qualité provenant d'Amérique du Nord, d'Europe et de Nouvelle-Zélande. Ces ingrédients doivent répondre à nos exigences strictes en matière de pureté et de teneur en nutriments, qui dépassent les normes de l'industrie.

Ingrédients:

Eau, poulet, abats de dinde, sous-produits de porc, foie de porc, cellulose en poudre, amidon de maïs, riz, farine de soja, pulpe de betterave séchée, arôme de foie de poulet, arôme naturel, farine de poisson, gomme de guar, levure de bière séchée, L-tryptophane , phosphate monosodique, citrate de potassium, carbonate de calcium, huile de poisson, chlorure de choline, vitamines (supplément de vitamine E, mononitrate de thiamine, chlorhydrate de pyridoxine, supplément de niacine, pantothénate de calcium, supplément de vitamine B12, supplément de riboflavine, biotine, complexe de bisulfite de ménadione sodique (source de vitamine K), acide folique, supplément de vitamine D3), L-lysine, taurine, L-carnitine, minéraux (oxyde de zinc, sulfate ferreux, sulfate de manganèse, sulfate de cuivre, iodate de calcium), bêta-carotène.

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Nourriture pour chats Hill's Science Diet Adult Urinary Hairball Control Entrée de poulet savoureuse

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Nicole
Cat loves it

I tried several different foods after rescuing a cat. This is the only hills wet food he will eat. I tried just hairball, turkey and salmon. He will no eat any of them! I even tried another brand and he wasn't happy. So now we are stuck on this can. If he's happy, I'm happy!

We are so thrilled to hear that your cat is enjoying the Hills wet food! We are dedicated to providing the best nutrition for cats and we are so glad that it is working for you. Thank you for giving us a try and we hope to continue providing you with quality products.

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Devon R.
Seems to work

Helped with my cat's alkaline urine.

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Geoff B.
Great service and prices

Happy with the purchase, arrived the next day well packaged.

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Sarah M.
7 Happy Cats

With 7 cats and a history of losing males to blockages, I feed as much urinary and wet food as they will accept. Everyone here likes it. I add 3-4 T water per can and mash it in. They like the dry as well. I mix about 6 different drys together (urinary, hairball, dental, grain free) so they eat it as is or pick out their favs. I feed approx 50% wet food. All are healthy, brushed 2-3 times a week and bathed once a month. No tumbleweed here.

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Review F.H.
Struggling to feed my cat with CKD, only thing he will eat

My 8 year old has had feline lower urinary tract disease since he was 3. This past summer he was diagnosed with CKD and I haven't been able to get him to consistently eat any one food. The KD dry food had his creatinine elevated earlier this month. He was also getting the KD stew, which he liked, but got turned off of and ultimately lost weight between blood work appointments. He had lower levels with Friskies wet food in August, so I decided to go back to it. With the store shelves bare 2 weeks ago, I decided to brink home the urinary/hairball wet food to try as well. The GA is more appropriate than Friskies, I think it's less rich, and he eats it right up. He's finally ALMOST eating full daily rations on it. I wish I had started this before the CKD diagnosis… we might not be here.