Hill's Science Diet Healthy Mobility Large Breed Adult Dog Food

The only thing I gathered from your argument (which NEVER sited scientific evidence) is that you were looking to spend as little as possible on your dogs’ food. Veterinarians are frequently NOT a quality, trustworthy source of nutrition information. Just because your dogs SEEM to be doing well on this low protein low quality stuff does not prove ANYTHING — especially as it contradicts modern nutritional research and the experience of 99% of the posters on this site — with dogs that have benefited tremendously from consuming higher protein higher quality diets on a regular basis. You claim we are all supporting “high protein ripoffs” but you are supporting one of the biggest rip-offs of all in Hills. Talk about fraud.

The Hill’s Science Diet Adult Plus product line includes five dry dog foods.

Personally, I feed Ideal Balance because I don’t like GMO’s (which are mainly corn and soy in the States). The nutrition is the same as Science Diet, just with different ingredients.
The only other food that comes close to the nutritional quality of Hills is Wellness brand dog food. Their cat food is unfortunately lacking in the nutrient department.

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The Hill’s Science Diet Adult Perfect Weight product line includes two dry dog foods. 1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.
An eight fluid oz. measuring cup of Hill's® Science Diet® Adult Light Small Bites Dog Food contains 3.5 oz. by weight.

The Hill's Science Diet Adult product line lists 17 dry dog foods

1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.
An eight fluid oz. measuring cup of Hill's® Science Diet® Adult Healthy Mobility™ Small Bites Dog Food contains 3.5 oz. by weight.

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I have 2 little dogs, both 11 years old. I took my little girl Bella to the Vet for her yearly vaccination and he stated that she needed to lose some weight, so he recommended Hill's Science Diet for her to lose some weight. That was 5 days ago. She loves her food, and ate the required amount the first day, after that she did not want to know about it. I persevered for 4 days and she would not eat it, actually she started to go outside and bury it in the garden which I think it is where it belongs. I thank GOD that she is smarter than me, as she knows when something is wrong with what I was feeding her. I gave her some fresh food on the 4th day as she was starving. My other little dog Toby would not even look at it from the first day, and as he did not need to lose weight, I gave him his usual food.On top of that the dog was coughing continually, but was only 9 months old. I found out she was abandoned when the previous owner had passed away and was left outside for two weeks without food or water in the only cold month that year in my part of Florida. I took her home because I just couldn't leave her and immediately went to the vet who gave me a bag of hills science diet for large breeds 1-5 years old and she loved it. When that bag was finished I purchased a bag of even more expensive dry food, that I won't mention and changed to that gradually as instructed when changing foods.