Does your pet suffer from some sort of disease? Hill’s has developed so-called Prescription Diets that play into the special needs of pets. One of these diets is the Hill’s l/d, a diet that is specifically developed for dogs or cats with a liver disease. The liver detoxifies metabolites and receives blood supplies from various organs. If your dog has a liver disease, several functions of the liver are usually disturbed. A special diet can support the liver and help reduce the symptoms of the disease.
Hill’s Prescription Diet l/d - Canine
The canine version of this prescription diet is specifically targeted at dogs. Examples of liver diseases are a portosystemic shunt (PSS), acute liver failure, chronic liver failure and tumours. Hill’s l/d could help support dogs with any of these liver diseases. The food helps detoxify metabolites and contains a low percentage of protein for minimal strain on the liver. Protein, carbohydrates, and fats also support your dog’s digestive system. Hill’s l/d is suitable for pups and adult dogs.
Hill's Prescription Diet l/d Feline
As cats can also suffer from liver diseases, the Hill’s Prescription Diet l/d is specifically developed for cats. This food helps cats with impaired liver function(s). Similar to the Canine variant, this food also contains easily digestible proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. These ingredients lessen the strain on the liver and help absorb nutrients more effectively. The food also helps to detoxify metabolites in nutrients. Omega-3 and omega-6 are necessary ingredients as well, as they help maintain a healthy skin and shiny coat.