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Hill's Prescription Diet a/d Restorative Care with Chicken Canned Dog and Cat Food

  • Liver & Chicken Wet » 24 x 156g Cans £46.49

Hills A/D available from VioVet

Hills clinically-proven a/d prescription diet for dogs and cats has been formulated by veterinarians to aid recovery from certain debilitating conditions, including loss of appetite and surgical convalescence. The diet, available from VioVet, can also aid feline recovery from hepatic lipidosis, a common liver disease believed to be influenced by obesity. Hills prescription diet is not suitable for dogs or cats with fluid-retention related complaints, or for those intolerant of high fat intake or suffering from pancreatitis.

Feeding Guide

These ranges are a starting point only, because pets' needs vary. The amount to be fed and the length of feeding will vary depending on the medical condition of the patient. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain optimal body weight and divide into 3-6 equal portions, fed throughout the day.

Schedule1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3
Body Weight kg Cage rest Surgery, sepsis, cancer, trauma, fever Severe burn, injury, head trauma
1 1/3 1/2 2/3
2 2/3 3/4 1
3 1 1 1/4 1 1/2
4 1 1/4 1 1/3 1 3/4
5 1 1/3 1 2/3 2 1/4
7.5 1 3/4 2 1/4 3
10 2 1/4 2 2/3 3 2/3
12.5 2 2/3 3 1/4 4 1/4
15 3 3 2/3 5
20 3 3/4 4 1/2 6
25 4 1/2 5 1/3 7 1/4
30 5 1/4 6 1/4 8 1/4
35 5 3/4 7 9 1/4
40 6 1/3 7 2/3 10 1/4
45 7 8 1/3 11 1/4
50 7 1/2 9 12
55 8 9 2/3 13
60 8 2/3 10 1/3 13 3/4

Hills Prescription Diet a/d key benefits

Branched-chain amino acids
Omega-3 fatty acids
Increased Supports wound healing.
Helps preserve lean body mass.
Helps maintain body defences.
Primary energy source for nutritional restoration.
Soothes inflamed tissues.
Glutamine Increased Supports small intestinal health.
Zinc Increased Supports convalescence and natural defences.
Potassium Increased Combats depletion.
Palatability High Aids acceptance by inappetant patients.
Consistency Soft and thixotropic (stirring makes it more liquid) Gives flexibility in feeding, i.e. by bowl, spoon, syringe or tube.


Pork liver, turkey liver, chicken, maize flour, pork, fish oil, calcium carbonate, digest, potassium chloride, taurine, magnesium oxide, vitamins and trace elements.

Additional information

  • For greatest acceptance, ensure food is between room and body temperature (20 - 40 degrees C); do not feed straight from the refrigerator.
  • When syringe-feeding, thoroughly stir the contents of the can before filling the syringe.
  • Discard any unused portion after 36 hours.
  • In patients with reduced gastrointestinal function, a 3 day transitional feeding strategy may be necessary:
    Day 1 - a third of recommended total intake twice that amount of water;
    Day 2 - two- thirds of recommended total intake half that amount of water;
    Day 3 - full recommended intake, undiluted.
  • For tube feeding blend with 1-2 parts water.

Recommended for

  • Recovery (including anorexia, debility, surgical convalescence and tube feeding).
  • Hepatic lipidosis (without encephalopathy or primary liver disorders).

Not recommended for

  • Patients where the primary objective is to avoid fluid retention, or prevent the accumulation of nitrogenous by-products, phosphorus or sodium
  • Patients intolerant of high fat intake eg. with hyperlipidaemic pancreatitis, or with a history of, or at risk of, pancreatitis

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A/d hills science?

15th Mar 2014
Mrs R Robinson

I have a healthy cat, just a picky eater and she has lost 2lb and I wondered if this food would be ok to use to help with a little weight gain?

  • Non-Executive Director

Unexplained weight loss should really be checked out by a vet. Not many cats are so fussy that they refuse their food to the point of losing significant weight. There might be another reason why she does not feel like eating, rather than being fussy. The Hills a/d diet is marvelous for cats recuperating from illness, but should not be needed otherwise. Check with your vet first.