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Kidney Disease/ Prevention

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Tara30, Feb 20, 2008.


  1. Tara30

    Tara30 PetForums Newbie

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    Hi,
    Is there anyboby out there feeding there dogs with Hills kd, Prescription Diet? Recently Tara my 7 year old Yorkie died of Kidney Failure; I have another Yorkie Penny who is 10 I did not want Penny to have the same problems, so I did some research and found that Yorkshire Terriers, along with other breeds of dogs are prone to Kidney Disease, After more research I discovered Hills Prescription Diet k/d Canine (kidney defence); it is a complete dietetic pet food for the support of renal function in cases of chronic or temporary renal insufficiency in dogs. it has a low level of phosphorus and a restricted level of protein of high quality, I disovered this product to late for Tara, but Penny has been on it for about 4 months now, she loves it, she has become more alert, her eyes are brighter, Her hair used to fall out whilst bathing it does'nt now, her hair has become thicker and shinier, and there are no more slimy horrible poos, just, you'll know what I mean Lovely Poos outdoors. Both of the dogs where fed on Eukanuba dried food from being puppies with a little lean chicken, I would really reccomend this Hills product .:)

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  2. englishrose943

    englishrose943 PetForums VIP

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    Hills is a verygood dog food i used te sensitive type when my puppy was poorly. It is highly recommened from me to :)
     
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