Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food
3kg Bag

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  • 3kg Bag £25.99
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Description

Clinically proven to help reduce skin & gastrointestinal signs caused by adverse food reactions.

How it helps:

Hill's Prescription DietTM z/dTM Canine is clinically proven to help reduce skin and digestive signs caused by food allergies.

Key Benefits

  • Hypoallergenic food formulated with highly hydrolysed chicken as the only animal protein source.
  • Clinically proven to help reduce skin and digestive signs caused by food allergies.
  • Helps to nourish skin and coat with visible improvement in 30 days.
  • Great taste your dog will love.
  • Also available in mini kibble and wet formulation

COMPOSITION: Cereals, meat and animal derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, oils and fats, minerals.

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Reviews (175)

Summary of Reviews for Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food

Overall 5
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170 out of 175 (97%) customers would recommend this product.
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55 Allergic dog
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By on 28 May 2021

A little bit apprehensive using this product as my dog is allergic to chicken, but the vet assured me that it was safe to do so and I must admit , my dog loves it and has had no allergic reaction

Customer recommends this product

55 Hills Prescription diet
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By on 19 April 2021

Excellent for dogs with dodgy tummies

Customer recommends this product

45 Vet Recommended
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By on 7 April 2021

This food was recommended by our vet for our Weimaraner who has several allergies.

Customer recommends this product

55 Speedy Delivery
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By on 9 March 2021

Nice look and smells tempting for my pet. Using as a vet recommendation for gastric problems. So far so good.

Customer recommends this product

45 Does what it says on the tin!
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By on 8 March 2021

It’s good for our digs allergies & he seems to like it!

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Q & A

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

18 May 2021 at 9:52pm

Difference between products

Lorna

Hi, I wondered if you could tell me the difference between hills z/d and d/d formulas please? I’ve a wee Tibetan Terrier who has been on z/d for approx 3 weeks (vets advise) and I think we are seeing a difference, so its potentially looking like her allergy is food related - itchy head/face/neck and recurring ear infection/yeast - both related to whatever the allergen is. Also with this in mind, I wondered if there was anything suitable we can give a as treats? Many thanks, Lorna

  • VioVet Staff

Hills Z/D is an anallergnic diet as it contains hydrolysed protein sources. These are specially formulated so that the body cannot react to them, no matter what the original ingredients are.
Hills D/D is a hypoallergenic novel protien diet. It contains venison with a single carbohydrate source. If your dog is allergic to venison or any of the ingredients then this can cause a reaction.

Both are veterinary diets so I advise discussing their use with the vet that is treating your pet. If you are looking for a hypoallergenic treat then Hill's Hypoallergenic Treats are a good choice.

15 April 2021 at 8:02am

Long list of allergies

Teri Wise

Hello, my dog Luna is a Tibetan Mastiff and has a very long list of allergies, these were discovered by blood tests conducted after a long period of ear infections and itchy paws/skin. I have listed the allergies below:

Chicken
Turkey
Duck
Pork
Peas
Carrots
White Potato
Milk
Sorghum
Alfalfa
Tomato

Would this food be suitable to feed Luna?
Thank you

(I have listed all of her food allergies to aid your answer but also to hopefully help other dog owners who's pets suffer from one or all of the above to help them)

For other owners also, Luna is also allergic to trees, weeds, grass, moulds and mites! We use a prescription of Apoquel to aid her with this which is a very fast acting and helpful drug.

  • VioVet Staff

Hills Z/D is a hydrolysed protein diet. This means no matter what the original protein source in it is, it cannot cause a reaction in your dog. The proteins are specially processed so the body does not react to them.
It is a great choice for your allergic dog as you can guarantee it will not set off Luna's allergy. It must be fed as the only diet for this though (no treats/scavenging). It is also a veterinary diet so any use of it should be run past your vet first.

I recommend reading our blog 'Allergies in cats and dogs - a vet guide' for a good summary on allergies and how to use foods like this.

12 December 2020 at 7:07pm

Food quantity

Jennie Hill

I want to feed my 10kg cockatoo who suffers from pancreatitis the correct mix of your I/D food
What quantities do you suggest for the mix.

  • VioVet Staff

I assume you mean '10kg Cockapoo' not Cockatoo? I do not recommend using the Hills Z/D for your dog with pancreatitis as it is not a low fat diet and it is intended for use in dogs with food allergies/intolerances. I recommend using the Hills I/D Low Fat food for your dog with pancreatitis. This should ideally be fed as the only diet, feeding guidelines can be found on the packaging itself.

13 September 2019 at 7:05pm

Mini zd and the normal

Joanne George

  • VioVet customer since 2019
  • From: Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

Are the kibbles exactly the same just the size? Which is better for a french bulldog and can it be mixed with the wet food? Or should you stick to one or the other?
Thank you

  • VioVet Staff

Hello,

Thank you for your question,

The mini z/d is smaller kibble but the formulation is the same across the different sizes. I'd probably give a French Bulldog the mini version unless you know he likes larger kibble - personal preference really :-)

You can use the wet and dry together - the easiest option if your dog is fed twice a day would be to feed dry for one meal, and wet for another. Or you can mix but just take care whichever way you do it to reduce the total daily amount of each appropriately so that your dog received the correct amount of calories per day.

I hope this helps!

22 September 2015 at 2:07pm

Redness of skin

Lisa mayle

My dog has finished her steroids and anti biotic about a week ago. She has been on z/d for nearly three weeks. Her skin has started to go red again and has started to lick her paws again. Does this mean the allergy is not food related X

  • VioVet Staff

This is suspicious and it might rule out a food allergy, but it is too early to say. Some dogs do need more than 3 weeks to show a full response. Also some dogs will pinch a small amount of food (bread, biscuit etc) and if they happen to have a wheat allergy, or some other constituent of what they ate, they will react again. I would certainly suggest that you give the diet more time, but you are right and it might prove that this is not purely a dietary allergy. It is a bit too early to be sure about that.

2 May 2015 at 7:33am

Allergic to potatoes

bailey bobs

My dog is allergic to potatoes corn wheat and rice has severe skin. Allergies tothese myvet has put him on hills zd he loves it.but notice this has potatoes in.

  • VioVet Staff

All the proteins in Hills z/d have been treated to make sure that they are not recognised by the immune system. This means that even if potato is bad for your dog (which is unusual but certainly possible) it is OK to give him this particular food. [The proteins are "hydrolysed" which means they are broken down into smaller molecules. This does not affect their nutritional value, but makes them unable to cause an allergic response.]

25 January 2015 at 7:36pm

ZD 156g cans

C Berman

  • VioVet customer since 2012
  • From: London, United Kingdom

Please can you tell me if the 156g tins are permanently discontinued?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes, Hills have discontinued the 24 x 156g cans and replaced them with the 12 x 370g cans.

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