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Hills Prescription Diet t/d Dog Food

  • Dry » 3kg Bag £23.50
  • Dry » 10kg Bag £61.99
  • Mini Dry » 3kg Bag £23.99

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Hills T/D available from VioVet

Hills Prescription Diet Canine t/d, available at VioVet, has been specially formulated as an ideal feed for dogs with dental disease and related complaints. Not only is this a painful problem but it can lead to further health issues in the future. Hills Prescription Diet t/d has been developed for the nutritional management of dogs with dental disease due to a build-up of tartar and plaque beneath the gum-line.

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 55 - 75
5 90 - 125
7 115 - 160
10 150 - 210
20 255 - 350
30 345 - 475
40 425 - 590
50 505 - 695
60 + 10 - 12 per kg

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Hills Prescription Diet t/d key benefits

Total fibre
Alignment of fibres
Fibre matrix resists crumbling.
Kibble engulfs tooth before it splits and fibres wipe the tooth surface.
Kibble size t/d: Large
t/d Mini: Moderately large
Provides an appropriate size for different breeds. Kibble engulfs tooth before it splits and fibres wipe the tooth surface.
Protein Moderately reduced Helps limit a component of plaque.
Calcium Moderately reduced Helps limit plaque mineralisation to tartar.
Superior antioxidant formula Added Neutralises free radicals to aid dental health.


Ground maize, ground rice, chicken and turkey meal, cellulose powder, animal fat, pea bran meal, digest, dried whole egg, vegetable oil, potassium citrate, calcium sulphate, salt, calcium carbonate, taurine, L-tryptophan, vitamins and trace elements. Contains EU approved antioxidant.

Additional information

  • Clinically proven to reduce gingivitis and the build-up of tartar, plaque and stain.
  • t/d™ Canine & t/d™ Mini Canine are most effective when,
    • used on clean teeth (following an initial professional cleaning)
    • fed as the sole maintenance food
    • fed dry (adding water prevents effective cleaning).
  • Contains no mineral abrasives or active chemicals.
  • Other dental home care methods can be used as well, e.g. regular tooth brushing.
  • Some dogs prefer to eat each piece of t/d™ Canine away from their food bowl; owners should be reassured that this is normal behaviour.

Recommended for

  • Dental plaque, stain and tartar (calculus).
  • Oral malodour.
  • Gingivitis.

Not recommended for

  • Cats
  • Puppies
  • Pregnant or lactating bitches
  • Dogs with severe periodontal disease, without appropriate assessment and treatment

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Questions & Answers for Hills Prescription Diet t/d Dog Food

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Hill's T/D - can it be used as a treat?

25th Feb 2016
Susan Caddell

Our two flyball border collies aged 7 and 5 are both fed Hills J/D and are doing well on it. The older one, Meg, has just had her teeth cleaned at the vets and we would like to use Hills J/T to help keep them clean. Two questions - is the composition of the food very different? Can Meg remain on J/D with J/T being used more as a treat each day? Your opinion would be much appreciated. Many thanks.

John Cousins
  • Non-Executive Director

I presume you mean Hills t/d as an alternative to Hills j/d.

The physical structure of the kibble (biscuit) is very different and the t/d mechanically helps to keep the teeth clean. The more t/d that is eaten, the better it is for the teeth. Personally I would suggest gradually changing from j/d to just t/d for both dogs, but then adding a joint supplement to the diet, such as Yumove or Joint Force. This should provide the best of both worlds.