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Hill's Prescription Diet b/d Ageing and Alertness Care with Chicken Dry Dog Food

  • Dry » 12kg Bag £64.49

Hills B/D available from VioVet

Hills prescription diet canine b/d, available from VioVet, is formulated for the effective management of behavioural changes in older dogs through progressive brain ageing. This is the direct result of free radicals, naturally produced by the body, inflicting changes on the more vulnerable older brain. This in turn is likely to cause advancing behavioural changes in senior dogs, and Hills unique prescription diet, combining a nutritious and balanced combination of vegetables and antioxidants, is formulated to counter-act and improve age-related issues, including house training, sleep patterns, orientation and interaction.

Feeding Guide

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

Body Weight kg Dry grams
2.5 50 - 70
5 85 - 120
10 145 - 205
20 245 - 340
30 335 - 460
40 415 - 575
50 490 - 680
60 + 9 - 11 per kg

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Hills Prescription Diet b/d key benefits

Vitamin E
Other antioxidants (including carotenoids and flavonoids)
Increased Neutralises harmful free radicals.
Helps manage age-related behavioural changes.
L-Carnitine Supplemented Facilitates mitochondrial energy production.
Omega-3 fatty acids
(DHA and EPA)
Increased Supports vital cell membrane functions.
Reduced Helps maintain heart and kidney health in older dogs.
Fibre Increased Assists bowel function in older dogs.


Ground maize, ground wheat, chicken and turkey meal, animal fat, pea bran meal, digest, flaxseed, tuna meal, soybean meal, vegetable oil, tomato pomace, carrot powder, spinach powder, citrus pulp, grape pomace, potassium chloride, alpha-lipoic acid, L-carnitine supplement, calcium carbonate, salt, L-lysine hydrochloride, taurine, L-tryptophan, vitamins and trace elements. Contains EU approved antioxidant.

Additional information

  • Clinically proven to improve disorientation, social interaction, sleep patterns and house training in older dogs.
  • Prescription diet canine b/d is shown to reduce house-soiling accidents and Improve enthusiasm when greeting family members.
  • 74% of older dogs with a history of house-soiling accidents experienced a reduction in accidents after being fed prescription diet canine b/d
  • Enthusiasm in greeting family members increased in 61% of dogs fed prescription diet canine b/d

Recommended for

  • Brain ageing.
  • Age-related behavioural changes in older dogs

Not recommended for

  • Cats
  • Puppies
  • Pregnant or lactating bitches

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K/d vs B/d

9th Mar 2014
Pamela Graham
  • VioVet Customer Since: May 2013
  • From: County Antrim, United Kingdom

My 14yo Lhasa Apso is currently fed hills k/d due to kidney disease but has been recently been started on vivitonin due to brain ageing problems and a recent stroke but it hasn't made any difference, I would like to try b/d instead but will this be ok with his kidney problems?

  • Non-Executive Director

Hills b/d is a "senior profile" diet, meaning that it is generally expected to be given to older dogs with possibly reduced heart or kidney performance. The protein and mineral balance is tailored with this in mind. If your dog's kidney function is very poor, then the k/d might be best. However if the kidneys are not too bad, then the Hills b/d diet would probably be worth a try. It depends on the balance between the two concerns and which is greater. Your vet can advise you on this, taking into account blood and urine test results.