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Written on: 11/04/2013 by loki1 (1 review written)
We fed our dog on nothing but hills thinking we were doing the right thing and buying the best,He had plaque on his teeth by 3 years old and developed cancer by 5. If you really care about your dog do the research and feed natural.Cooked lean meats and raw vegetables with flax oil and weat grass mixed.Avoid Hills and most other processed food no matter what. We shouldn't eat processed foods so why should our pets.I read a comment somewhere that processed dog food is cancer in a bag and I… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2013 by MonikaKinder (1 review written)
I know is all depends of our puppy,but unfortunately my puppy doesn't get on with Hills at all. I have 6 months old Old English Mastiff puppy.He is on Hills since I got him from the breeder and as far as I remember his stools always made me think if everything is ok but I did not wanted to change anything to not make his tummy upset even more. After my observations : his stools are soft or very soft,not formed enough to even clean it properly.The smell of his stools is simply disgusting!He… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/09/2012
I bought sience plan puppy for my 7 week old boxer. I started slowly with food exchange and notised that more i gone to sience plan the moor his poop was loos. On day 7 he started vomiting and had diarrhoea. When i took him off it for couple ofdays he was ok. I thought he just eat something outside but when i gave it to him again the same happened. I would not recomend these at all as is not pleasant to see your puppy being so ill… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/02/2011
My puppy was on beta when she came from the breeder, i switched her to science plan vet essentials which she absolutely loves. Overall very very happy and looks like our pup is happy too. I can't recommend highly enough;) I use less of it so it doesn't turned out too expensive in comparison with other brands. I get it online cheaper… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2011
My Cavalier King Charles's are nearly 2 and have not been able to eat dry food without adding something to it like chicken tuna etc, tried Hills Science plan a few weeks ago recommended by the pet shop. They loved it from day one with nothing added, I heat it up a little in the microwave to bring out the oils and smell, they like the chicken flavour and the lamb with rice. Best dry food I have ever bought, it's a big hit with both my dogs and one is very fussy… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2009
The Vet recommended hills science plan complete puppy food when my pup was around 12 weeks. He has sensitive skin so this is great for him...He was on bakers complete before which was horrid! he was a smelly dog and his skin flaked terribly untill we made the switch to hills. It is one of the most expensive from pets -at- home where i buy it but i feel its worth it as it is the best. He has no problems at all if we stick exclusivly to this. The only downside i would say which is minor is that… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2008 by Mushy83 (5 reviews written)
Hill's Pet Nutrition is a nice all round balanced complete dog food.
We originally used pedigree puppy food, but found our pups farts unbearable! so we switched to Hills science plan puppy.
We fed her on the puppy variety until the age of 11 months, (at which point she seemed to be bouncing off the walls!) when we were advised to switch as it is very high energy. She calmed down slightly upon being switched to the adult mix.
Ours isn't keen on the chicken flavour, but she is a bit of a… Read Full Review
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