Hill’s Prescription Diet D/D Canine is a plant-based dry dog food using a limited amount of named meats as its main sources of animal protein.
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Hill’s Prescription Diet W/D Canine is a plant-based canned dog food using a limited amount of pork liver as its main source of animal protein.
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In 1948 Mark L. Morris contacted Hill Packing company to produce Canine k/d, Hill Packing company became the license producer of Canine k/d. In 1968, the food line was made available through veterinarians and pet professionals as Hill's Science Diet. The line has continued to expand, and today includes more than 60 Prescription Diet brand pet foods (prescription foods for cats and dogs with specific , only available through a or pet pharmacy) and brand pet foods (sold through veterinarians and pet specialty stores). In 1968, Hill Packing company was sold to then in 1976 the merged with Riviana Foods. Today, Hill's pet food products are available in 86 countries around the world and company sales reached $1 billion in 1999.
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Select dog or cat and discover the benefits of Hill's® Prescription Diet® therapeutic pet foods — formulated for most of your pet's life care needs. I started looking for other dog food because I thought perhaps there might be a better option for my little guy. He currently is on hills prescription oral health t/d diet. After reading all these comments I think I will leave well enough alone. He is healthy, happy has good poops and we have never really had any issues with his health. We give him the odd treat now and then but it never interfere’s with his regular eating habits. Boy everyone sure does have an opinion on this blog. I feel kinda lucky that I’ve had no problems so I think I will just let it be.