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HiLife Spoil Me Adult Dog Food

  • Chicken, Beef, Rice, Beans Wet » 15 x 100g Pouches £13.83
  • Chicken, Tuna, Rice, Beans Wet » 15 x 100g Pouches £13.77
  • Classic Collection » 18 x 100g Pouches £15.22
  • Flaked Chicken with Beef Wet » 15 x 100 Pouches £13.40
  • Flaked Chicken with Veg Wet » 15 x 100g Pouches £13.56
  • Succulent Selection » 18 x 100g Pouches £14.93

Selection of 6 products from

£13.40 to £15.22

Description

HiLife Spoil Me is a complementary adult dog food which contains only the best human grade ingredients and no artificial additives. This all natural recipe provides a delicious addition to each and every meal.

Multipack contents

Classic Collection

  • 9 x Chicken with Beef, Rice, Beans, Carrots & Peas
  • 9 x Chicken with Tuna, Rice, Beans, Carrot & Peas

Succulent Selections

  • 9 x Flaked Chicken with Beef
  • 9 x Flaked Chicken with Vegetables

Composition

Flaked Chicken with Vegetables

Chicken Breast (50%), Peas (6%), Carrots (6%), Minerals.

Flaked Chicken with Beef

Chicken Breast (50%), Beef (8%), Minerals.

Chicken with Tuna, Rice, Beans, Carrot & Peas

Chicken Breast (44%), Carrots (8%),White Beans (8%), Peas (6%), Tuna (4%), Brown Rice (2.5%), White Rice (2.5%).

Chicken with Beef, Rice, Beans, Carrots & Peas

Chicken Breast (44%), Carrots (8%),White Beans (8%), Peas (6%), Beef (4%), Brown Rice (2.5%), White Rice (2.5%).

Analysis

Flaked Chicken with Vegetables

Protein 12.5%, Fat Content 1.0%, Crude Fibres 0.5%, Inorganic Matter 2.0%, Moisture 83.0%. Cassia Gum 1,470 mg/kg.

Flaked Chicken with Beef

Protein 13.0%, Fat Content 1.0%, Crude Fibres 0.5%, Inorganic Matter 2.0%, Moisture 83.5%. Cassia Gum 1,470 mg/kg.

Chicken with Tuna, Rice, Beans, Carrot & Peas

Protein 12.0%, Fat Content 1.0%, Crude Fibres 1.5%, Inorganic Matter 2.0%, Moisture 79.0%.

Chicken with Beef, Rice, Beans, Carrots & Peas

Protein 12.0%, Fat Content 1.0%, Crude Fibres 1.5%, Inorganic Matter 2.0%, Moisture 79.0%.

Feeding guidelines

HiLife Spoil Me! is ideal as a treat or topping within a balanced diet. As a guide feed one pouch per day for every 7-10kg of body weight. To ensure complete nutrition, feed your dog a selection of products from the HiLife range but do remember to monitor total food intake - we don't want him to overeat and become unwell. Always ensure that he has access to fresh drinking water. As this product is made using natural ingredients with no artificial additives, its colour and texture may vary. Although every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this recipe, it may contain small bones.

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Questions & Answers for HiLife Spoil Me Adult Dog Food

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Are these suitable for a fat free diet

28th Nov 2014
Len

Our shiatsu has just had some major surgery to among other things remove a lot of stones in the tubes around her liver, and the vet has advised us to keep her on a fat free diet for some time to help her recover. She used to love the spoil me range. Do you know if these are suitable? She is nine and a half

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This dog food contains 1% fat on a wet-matter basis. On a dry matter basis this works out at about 6% which is quite low in fact compared with many dog foods so I would suggest it should be fine as part of your dogs diet.

Renal health

29th Aug 2014
Mandy Thompson

Hi my yorkie had had blood tests and may have kidney problems, the vet suggested a renal food but I know she won't eat it however she loves spoil me, is this a food that would be good for renal problems?
Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Unfortunately what your dog likes to eat might well not be what is most healthy. That very often goes for us too!

The ingredients of this diet are very different from those in a renal support diet, so I would have to say it is not ideal at all. However if your dog will not eat the ideal diet, then it is better to eat this than not eat properly at all. Ideally you should mix a small amount of the too foods for a while and try to encourage a switch to the best diet.This is never easy with a small, fussy dog and a generous (and perhaps "soft"?) owner. Hunger is the best driver to eat less tasty foods, but the time to start this is before any sort of illness really. This food would not be too bad for her, but you could talk to your vet about adding a phosphate binder to the food as well (such as Ipakitine).