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Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food

Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food
Dry » 2kg Bag
Low Fat Dry » 1.5kg Bag
Low Fat Wet » 12 x 360g Cans
Mini Stress » Dry » 1.5g Bag
Recovery Pack Wet » 3 x 360g Cans
Sensitive Dry » 1.5kg Bag
Wet » 12 x 360g Cans

  • Dry » 2kg Bag £16.49
  • Dry » 5kg Bag £31.99
  • Dry » 12kg Bag £46.99
  • Low Fat Dry » 1.5kg Bag £12.49
  • Low Fat Dry » 6kg Bag £36.49
  • Low Fat Dry » 12kg Bag £67.49
  • Low Fat Wet » 12 x 360g Cans £28.49
  • Mini Stress » Dry » 1.5g Bag £13.99
  • Mini Stress » Dry » 5kg Bag £37.49
  • Recovery Pack Wet » 3 x 360g Cans £6.49
  • Recovery Pack Wet » 12 x 360g Cans £25.99
  • Sensitive Dry » 1.5kg Bag £13.00
  • Sensitive Dry » 5kg Bag £36.49
  • Sensitive Dry » 12kg Bag £67.49
  • Wet » 12 x 360g Cans £21.99

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Description

Hills I/D available from VioVet

Hill's Prescription Diet i/d, available from VioVet, has been developed for dogs suffering with gastrointestinal disorders. Such disorders affect a dog's stomach and intestinal system and have symptoms that are both often painful and prolonged. Hill's Prescription Diet i/d has been specially formulated to be highly digestible and to encourage symptom reduction of vomiting and regurgitation, flatulence, constipation and diarrhoea. Further complaints associated with GI disorders include pancreatitis and gastroenteritis, both painful conditions that cause abdominal cramps, internal inflammation and sickness. Prescription diet I/D is tailored to the nutritional needs of dogs with GI disorders, as well as those recovering from gastrointestinal surgery.

Feeding Guide

Body Weight kg Cans 360g Dry grams
2.5 1/2 - 2/3 50 - 70
5 3/4 - 1 1/4 85 - 120
10 1 1/2 - 2 145 - 205
20 2 1/2 - 3 1/3 245 - 340
30 3 1/4 - 4 1/2 335 - 465
40 4 - 5 2/3 415 - 575
50 4 3/4 - 6 2/3 490 - 680
60 + 1 per 10kg 10 - 12 per kg

ADULT DOGS

These ranges are a starting point only, because dogs' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount to maitain optimal body weight and divide into 3-6 meals per day

GROWING PUPPIES

Based on a puppy's age and weight, feed the same number of large cans, or grams of dry food, as shown for Puppy Healthy DevelopmentTMin the Daily Feeding Amounts for puppies plus an additional third (33%) for i/d Canine canned or an additional 10% for i/dTM Canine dry.

A 360g can is equal to 100 grams of the dry food.

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Hills Prescription Diet i/d key benefits

KEY FEATURES KEY BENEFITS
Digestibility High Improves availability of nutrients whilst allowing for recovery of the digestive tract.
Fat Reduced Helps limit vomiting and steatorrhoea.
Soluble fibre Increased Provides short chain fatty acids to nourish enterocytes in the colon and restore intestinal flora.
Electrolytes
B-complex vitamins
Increased Helps replace losses caused by vomiting and diarrhoea.
Superior antioxidant formula Added Neutralises free radicals associated with gastroenteritis.

Please check with your veterinary surgeon before putting your animal on this diet

Ingredients

Canned (Formula updated as on January 2017 to include Beet Pulp and Psyllium)

with Turkey: Turkey (14%), pork liver, rice, rice starch, maize, dried egg, chicken, dried beet pulp, minerals, cellulose, flaxseed, psyllium, vitamins and trace elements. Coloured with natural caramel

Dry

with Chicken: Maize, brewers’ rice, dried whole egg, chicken (16%) and turkey meal, digest, minerals, maize gluten meal, dried beet pulp, animal fat, soybean oil, flaxseed, psyllium, vitamins, trace elements and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols)

Additional information

  • Provides complete balanced nutrition for growing puppies as well as adult dogs.
  • In acute pancreatitis, feed only after the initial stage during which all food and liquid by mouth are withheld.
  • In dogs prone to bloat (gastric dilatation and volvulus), exercise and excitement near meal times should be avoided; ideally rest for at least 1 hour before and after feeding

Other products to consider

Recommended for

  • Gastrointestinal disorders: gastritis, enteritis, colitis, inflammatory bowel disease (i.e. most causes of diarrhoea, plus malabsorption, bacterial overgrowth, lymphangiectasia).
  • Recovery from gastrointestinal surgery.
  • Recovery from minor surgical procedures and mildly debilitating conditions.
  • Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency.
  • Acute pancreatitis, without hyperlipidaemia.
  • Bloat (gastric dilatation and volvulus).
  • Complete for growing puppies.

Not recommended for

  • Cats.
  • Dogs with sodium retention.

Low Fat Feeding Guide

These ranges are a starting point only, because dogs' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain optimal body weight.

Weight of Dog (kg) Dry Grams
2.5 55 - 80
5 95 - 130
10 160 - 220
20 265 - 370
30 360 - 500
40 450 - 620
50+ 12 per kg

A 360g can is equal to 102 grams of the dry food. Adjust the feeding amount to maitain optimal body weight.

N.B. Supplementation beyond the i/d Low Fat canned or dry formula is unneccessary and may decrease the effectiveness of the food.

Hills Prescription Diet i/d low fat key benefits

Key Features Key Benefits
Digestibility High Provide all the nutrients your dog needs during digestive tract recovery
Fat Reduced Help settle an upset stomach
Soluble Fibre Increased Nourish the intestinal cells and flora
Electrolytes Increased Replace those your dog may lose from vomiting or diarrhoea.

I/D Low Fat Ingredients

Canned

Pork, turkey, rice, rice flour, maize, minerals, egg protein, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, cellulose, digest, dried whole egg, soybean oil, ginger root powder, vitamins and trace elements.

Dry

Rice, maize starch, maize gluten meal, chicken meat meal, digest, barley, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, minerals, vegetable oil, ginger root powder, vitamins, L-carnitine, L-lysine, trace elements, taurine, tryptophan. With natural preservative and natural antioxidants.

I/D Low Fat Recommended for

  • Gastrointestinal disorders: gastritis, enteritis, colitis (i.e. most causes of diarrhoea, plus malabsorption and bacterial overgrowth) and for bloat (gastric dilatation and volvulus).
  • Recovery from gastrointestinal surgery, minor surgical procedures and mildly debilitating conditions,
  • Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and acute pancreatitis

I/D Low Fat not recommended for

  • Dogs with sodium retention

Mini Stress Ingredients

with Chicken: Brewers' rice, maize starch, wheat, maize gluten meal, chicken (18%) and turkey meal, digest, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, minerals, animal fat, barley, oats, ginger root powder, soybean oil, vitamins, L-carnitine, milk protein hydrolysate, trace elements, taurine, and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).

Average Nutritional Contents

As Fed Dry Matter kcal/100g
Beta-carotene 1.5 mg/kg 1.6 mg/kg 0.04 mg
Calcium 0.74 % 0.8 % 220 mg
Carbohydrate (NFE) 53.5 % 58.47 % 15.97 g
Crude ash 5.4 % 5.9 % 1.61 g
DHA 1000 mg/kg 1092.9 mg/kg 30 mg
EPA 325 mg/kg 355.19 mg/kg 9.7 mg
Essential fatty acids 928 mg/kg 1015 mg/kg 28 mg
Fat 7.8 % 8.52 % 2.33 g
Fibre (crude) 1.6 % 1.7 % 0.46 g
Magnesium 0.09 % 0.09 % 25 mg
Moisture 8.5 % 2.54 g
Omega-3 fatty acids 0.8 % 0.87 % 238.81 mg
Omega-6 fatty acids 2.03 % 2.22 % 606 mg
Phosphorus 0.58 % 0.63 % 173 mg
Potassium 0.87 % 0.95 % 260 mg
Protein 23.3 % 25.46 % 6.96 g
Sodium 0.33 % 0.36 % 98 mg
Taurine 10000 mg/kg 10929 mg/kg 299 mg
Vitamin A 8231 IU/kg 8995 IU/kg 246 IU
Vitamin C 90 mg/kg 98 mg/kg 2.69 mg
Vitamin D 802 IU/kg 876 IU/kg 24 IU
Vitamin E 550 mg/kg 601 mg/kg 16 mg

Metabolisable Energy

As Fed Dry Matter
kcal/100g 335.1 366.175
kJ/100g 1402.06 1532.08
Digestibility protein 90% fat 82% carbohydrate 93%

Mini Stress Feeding Guide

ADULT DOGS

These ranges are a starting point only, because dogs' needs vary.1,2Adjust the feeding amount to maitain optimal body weight

Body Weight
kg
Dry grams
2.5 55 - 75
5 95 - 130
10 160 - 220
20 265 - 365
30 360 - 495
40 445 - 615
50 530 - 730
60 + 11 per kg

Need help or advice? Contact us:

  • Landline: 01582 842096
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  • Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm (Collections only)
  • Email: [email protected]

All prices include VAT where applicable.

Delivery Information

How quickly do you deliver?

Under almost all products on our website is an Estimated dispatch time, check this for a delivery prediction specific to the item you are looking to purchase. These badges are updated live based on the stock levels we have and also those of our suppliers - so are usually very accurate, but cannot be guaranteed. In more general terms, we aim to dispatch all orders within 1 working day of receiving payment (and a prescription if required). If we cannot do so within 3 working days we will contact you by email.

What do you charge for delivery?

For UK delivery, we charge the following:

Order Total Weight Delivery
£0-£28.99 Under 2kg £2.99
2kg+ £4.99
£29-£38.99 Under 2kg Free
2kg+ £4.99
£39+ Under 2kg Free
2kg+ Free

Prices quoted are for delivery to all parts of mainland UK except certain Scottish postcodes (where the price is higher for items sent by courier. Delivery of food abroad (including Channel Islands, N. Ireland and other islands around the UK) is charged at a higher price and free delivery is not available. Temperature controlled products, such as Insulin, are also not always subject to the standard and/or free delivery options.

For full information on our delivery charges, including prices on heavy deliveries to Scotland and abroad, see our delivery information page.

We can deliver most items to all around the world, but prices do vary. The majority of light weight orders (less than 1.5kg) can be delivered for a flat rate of £10. For an accurate estimate of the delivery charge, please put the items you require in your basket and use the "Estimate Delivery" system on the shopping basket page (you only need to enter your country and postal/zip code) for a quick quote. For deliveries to the USA you may need to go to the checkout page and enter your full address to get a quote (as some services need your state in order to quote too). For more information on international deliveries, please see our delivery information page.

Delivery of aerosols

Due to restrictions aerosols can't be sent by Royal Mail. We appreciate your understanding.

Delivery of temperature controlled items

Some products, such as insulin and frozen food, need to be delivered in insulated packaging to prevent them from getting too warm (or too cold) during transit from us to you. Purchasing any of these items in your order will result in a £1.99 charge being added to the total to cover the high cost of the insulated packaging materials. You only pay the £1.99 once per order, regardless of how many temperature controlled items you purchase in that order.

How do I cancel or return an order?

Please call us as soon as possible if you need to amend or cancel an order on 01582 842096. If your order has been processed for dispatch we will be unable to cancel or amend the order. You will however be able to return your product for a full refund*.

To return an item, you must contact us by phone or email to arrange this BEFORE posting any product back to us. We will explain the process at this stage for you.

*For full details on returns, see our terms and conditions page.

Reviews (90)

Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food, including answers from our team.

2 November 2018 at 4:19pm

What is the dfference between the sensitive wet food and the recovery pack

Liza

My dog has regularly has an upset tummy. At this stage we do not know what is causing this. Vet has ruled out cushens disease and tumour. When she is on ID Sensitive, all appears ok. I would like to order more cans, but do not know which type is best for her, the recovery pack or the sensitive.

  • Customer Service Advisor

Hello,

Thank you for your message.

We would love to be able to answer your question but as we are not veterinary trained and due to the nature of your query, we would suggest that you contact your vet on this occasion. They will know what is best for your pet and will be able to examine and advise appropriately.

We are sorry we couldn't be of any assistance to you on this occasion,

VioVet.

10 September 2017 at 2:10pm

Long term

Pierina

One of my dogs had severe pancreatitis and i have to find a low fat food for him. My other 3 dogs will need to eat the same food as they all move round each others bowls! Is this safe long term?

  • Website Content Developer

Hello.

This should be okay to feed long term but it would be best for you to contact your vet or Hills directly to see if this would be suitable, as per your treatment plan.

Many thanks.

12 November 2014 at 10:05am

My German shephard x collie

rachael

My dog got diagnosed with liver decease and was told to put her on hepatic L/D, but blood tests are now clear but have been told to keep her on it incase of relapse but she also has sensitive stomach and so I'm thinking of putting her on L/D dry and i/d wet tins. Can someone advise me if that is ok?

  • Non-Executive Director

Blood tests for liver problems are very sensitive so if she is clear on a blood test, you probably have no real need to continue with a liver support diet. The i/d food is probably very appropriate for her so I would keep her on just that.

26 February 2014 at 8:15am

Can this be fed to a dog with ibd?

Sallie

My dog has been diagnosed with ibd and I want to change her from royal canin. Can this food keep her on track?

  • Non-Executive Director

This food will suit many dogs with IBD but not all.. It is a variable disease and some individuals can be sensitive to components of almost any diet. Usually there is a period of experimentation with a very limited amount of different foods allowed, to ascertain what suits the individual involved. The main thing to look at is the ingredient list of the diet. If say maize, or turkey, cause trouble, they will almost certainly do so in any brand of food. Hills i/d contains maize and turkey, they are perfectly good for many dogs with IBD, but for some they would not be suitable. It is important to talk to your own vet about what is suspected to be possible triggers of the IBD, then choose a diet accordingly.