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

Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food
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  • 2kg Bag £20.50
  • 5kg Bag £40.00
  • 12kg Bag £57.49

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For the nutritional management of dogs with gastrointestinal disorders and dogs in recovery.

How it helps:

Prescription Diet™ i/d™ Canine is specifically formulated to help resolve diarrhoea and improve digestion in dogs

Key Benefits

  • Highly digestible food to ensure easy nutrient absorption.
  • High in electrolytes & B vitamins to replace lost nutrients.
  • Clinically proven antioxidants to support a healthy immune system.
  • Great taste your dog will love. Available in dry and wet

Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your dog.

INGREDIENTS: COMPOSITION: Cereals, meat and animal derivatives, eggs and egg derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, oils and fats, derivatives of vegetable origin, minerals, seeds.Highly digestible ingredients: Maize, brewers' rice, dried whole egg, chicken and turkey meal, maize gluten meal, animal fat, vegetable oil.

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Reviews (114)

Summary of Reviews for Hill's Prescription Diet i/d Digestive Care Dog Food

Overall 5
Value For Money
Pet's Opinion
Nutritional Value
113 out of 114 (99%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (87 reviews)
4 stars (22 reviews)
3 stars (4 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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35 Delivery of pet food
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By on 9 January 2021

Jury still out ad my dog is off his food just now and this food doesn’t excite him

Customer does not recommend this product

55 Worked a treat
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By on 14 October 2020

Oscar has colitis & has tried ZD along with other products, this currently is the only food that settles his stomach & stops him getting unwell. Recommended

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent quick delivery and great value 1st class
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By on 25 May 2020

Top dog food

Customer recommends this product

55 As always excellent all round
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By on 10 April 2020

Agrees with my dogs tummy all good

Customer recommends this product

45 Doing foos
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By on 16 February 2020

Seems to suit my dog with pancreatis very well

Customer recommends this product

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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.

4 February 2019 at 4:39pm

I/d for dogs

Doreen Pryor

  • VioVet customer since 2011
  • From: Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

on looking at I/d for dogs, the dry and the low fat seem to have the same amount of fat in. Am I reading this correctly?

  • VioVet Staff


Thank you for your question.

The normal I/D contains 14.7% fat and the low fat only contains 8.5% fat.

Hope this helps,


2 November 2018 at 4:19pm

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


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.

  • VioVet Staff


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,


10 September 2017 at 2:10pm

Long term


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?

  • VioVet Staff


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


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?

  • VioVet Staff

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?


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

  • VioVet Staff

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.

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