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I feed my shizuh mix Hills l/d for a liver shunt problem. I feed her kibble. She only weighs 4 lbs. Is it safe for my chihuahua to eat this kibble, too? (There’s nothing wrong with the chihuahua that I know of.)
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My 14 year old lack lab has just been diagnosed with liver disease and my vet has suggested hills L/d. I wasn’t convinced and am glad of ur comparison!!
Please can u advise on an actual diet sheet for her with ur raw food. Many thanks.
Debbie. Hills Prescription l/d Pet Food - Gilbertsville Veterinary HospitalWas your pet recently prescribed hills l/d pet food? Learn more about the diet on our website.Hills l/d Feline Hepatic Health - Liver Health Care Canned Cat Food
I came to find out through his vet that this food is high in fat and known to cause pancreatitis. As expected and previously read on previous reviews that also shared the same experience, upon expressing my complaint to Hill's with medical bills and tests that all pointed to the food being the culprit, Hill's told me that my "claim does not qualify for reimbursement." I am currently working on pressing charges. Someone needs to put a stop to such a sick and selfish company that thrives on slowly killing our beloved pets.That said, these diets are excellent for managing the symptoms of kidney failure, and at least one study claims that life expectancy is increased in dogs fed such diets. According to representatives from Hill’s, its h/d (heart diet) formula can also be used for chronic renal failure, since it is also relatively low in protein and phosphorus as well as sodium. One competitor claims that Hill’s l/d (liver diet) also falls into this category, though Hill’s does not – l/d is low in protein but not restricted in phosphorus.If you're ready to show her how much you care, pick out some jewelry from Hickory Hills' LD Jewelers and send a surprise that's silver or gold. Anyways my reason for posting is because they put him on a special diet which is the title of this post...Hill's L/D and it sucks. He hates it. I have to practically shove it down his throat. It's canned food and he usually gets dry so I thought I would get that for him...My little Maltese has liver shunt disease. She will be 3 years old on 1/1/17. We spoke with a surgeon when she was 6 months old and in lieu of surgery we opted for the special diet. She is active, playful, healthy, and likes the food. We use the wet food mixed with a little chicken broth as recommended by the surgeon. As a treat we give her the dry Hills L/D (at least she thinks it's a treat) and it is good for when we travel. Only drawback with the canned food is the size of the can. It takes 3 days for her to finish a can and that's with feeding her twice per day. Wish it came in a smaller size or perhaps a pouch.My little Maltese has liver shunt disease. She will be 3 years old on 1/1/17. We spoke with a surgeon when she was 6 months old and in lieu of surgery we opted for the special diet. She is active, playful, healthy, and likes the food. We use the wet food mixed with a little chicken broth as recommended by the surgeon. As a treat we give her the dry Hills L/D (at least she thinks it's a treat) and it is good for when we travel. Only drawback with the canned food is the size of the can. It takes 3 days for her to finish a can and that's with feeding her twice per day. Wish it came in a smaller size or perhaps a pouch.