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DIGESTIVE CARE

Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ i/d™ range for the nutritional management of digestive disorders in dogs.

New & Improved
Prescription Diet i/d

We took what works
and made it work harder

The clinically proven nutrition of Prescription Diet™ i/d™ now features additional ingredients for enhanced digestion, plus a rich aroma and new disk kibble shape dogs can’t resist!

  • Clinically proven nutrition to help resolve diarrhoea in as little as 3 days
  • Prebiotic fibre to help promote healthy gut bacteria
  • Enriched with psyllium to support regular bowel movements and bowel health
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What are
digestive disorders?

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A digestive disorder is any condition that prevents proper digestion or alters the rate at which food passes through the digestive tract. Digestive disorders are one of the most common reasons for consulting a veterinary practice.

Roll over each digestive tract icon to understand the most common causes.

Know the signs

Some signs of your dog’s digestive disorders are easy to spot. Make sure you consult your vet if your dog is showing any of these signs:

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea or soft stools
  • Loss of weight
  • Change of appetite
  • Flatulence
  • Stomach gurgling
  • Constipation
  • Sudden inactivity or depression
  • Sometimes pets will show other
    signs, such as itchy skin or ears

Always seek the advice of your vet if you are concerned about the health of your pet.

How can the
right food help?

Food that’s specially designed to support digestive health is an important step towards recovery for dogs with digestive disorders. Supporting healthy digestion is vital for supporting a dog’s overall health.

Oat
Barley
Egg
Rice

What is
a food intolerance?

A food sensitivity is a reaction to ingredients in food that your pet’s body does not tolerate well. This common issue can either be an immune-based or non-immune based reaction.

Food sensitivities are an individual issue:

Every pet is different, but most food sensitivities involve common ingredients that the pet has been exposed to before, such as beef, chicken, dairy or wheat. If your dog has diarrhoea regularly or vomits especially just after eating, he may have food sensitivities. If you suspect a problem, it is recommended that you visit your vet.

How can you tell
if your dog is stressed?

How to help
your stressed dog?

Chronic stress, or frequent bouts of short-term stress, can cause a range of negative reactions, from digestive upset to behaviour problems in dogs. Here’s how you can help your beloved canine avoid stress:

Relax,
you’ve got this

Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ i/d™ Stress

To help address stress-related digestive upsets in dogs under 14kg.

  • With ingredients to help manage stress
  • Easy-to-digest formula with soothing ingredients,
    including ginger, to calm the digestive tract
  • Enriched with prebiotic fibre to promote
    beneficial bacteria

Hill’s complete range to support
your dog’s digestive health

i/d™ Canine Dry

Helps resolve diarrhoea and improve digestion - see the difference in as little as 3 days1 View all products

i/d™ Stress

Calms & settles stress related digestive upset
in dogs < 14kg View all products

i/d™ Low Fat

For dogs with conditions requiring low fat food - clinically proven to help recovery of the digestive tract View all products

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Where to buy
Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™

Hill's Prescription Diet pet foods are available exclusively at your vet clinic.

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