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Hill's Prescription Diet Canine j/d

Hill's Prescription Diet Canine j/d

4.8 from 4 reviews

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    kaylene64

    kaylene64Rockhampton

    Wow what an improvement!

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    Ballarat

    BallaratCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC

    • 9 reviews

    Very effective.

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    Our German Shepherd has been on this food for more than a year now. Her hips were looking as if they needed surgery but after a couple of months on this she had and still has a new lease on life. She is nearly 8 years old. She no longer needs pain medication. Shop around because it is much cheaper online.

    sentinel88

    sentinel88South East Queensland, QLD

    • 28 reviews
    • 1 like

    Good food for dogs with mobility issues

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    StaffyT

    StaffyT

    • 2 reviews
    • 1 like

    Good investment!

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    I have a 15 year old Staffy who has been fed Hills J/D for the last 3 months. During this time he has been more mobile, has had less episodes of lameness and consequently required less NSAIDs. The food has good palatability and is well digested resulting in smaller easily collected stools. Unlike some joint supplements there has been no unpleasant side effects such as flatulance. Will definitely continue feeding this product.
    Very palatable,no flatulence,no need for additional supplements
    Smaller kibble size means my dog takes longer to eat it. Less dental cleaning as reduced chewing

    Questions & Answers

    Fran P

    Fran Pasked

    Hi have a 6month old German shepherd with hip displacia is this food safe for his age

    1 answer
    sentinel88
    sentinel88

    Probably best to ask your vet on this one.


    sue B

    sue Basked

    M has anyone else had this problem? Dog has had bouts of diarrhea and has lost weight. She is having less food now with this new joint care food.

    1 answer
    sentinel88
    sentinel88

    If she is underweight and has loose stools then see your vet for advice.


    Sandy

    Sandyasked

    The Hills JD dog food was recently recommended to me by my vet after knee surgery, I was very skeptical regarding the ingredients but while talking to a rep for this food, was told it is scientifically balanced, whatever that means. I have been promised the “scientific data” so jury is still out. I am reading these reviews, noting they are all positive. My question is to these people, what were you using before? Is it just the glucosamine because my present TLC dog food has more than this one plus I am giving my dog the Triple Meg as well. One of the ingredients in this food is nothing more than sawdust, why? Guess I need to read that “scientific data”.

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    Ballarat
    Ballarat

    I was not giving my dog any supplements before changing to this food. But a friend was using Sasha's blend and when she switched to this she saw quite an improvement in her 11yo German Shepherd. Buy the big bag (which lasts a month for a big dog) and if you don't see an improvement you have your answer. Google it to find the cheapest online price.

    sentinel88
    sentinel88

    Just try it and see if your dogs condition improves. You have nothing to lose. It worked for our dog who had had numerous procedures on his back legs.


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