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Healthcare

How much should I feed my pet?

Just as eating amounts vary from person to person, eating amounts vary from pet to pet. Most Hill's pet foods have a feeding guide on the package to help you determine the proper amount to feed your dog. However, the feeding guide is intended as a starting point. You will need to feed according to your pet’s ideal or target weight and not their actual weight in order to assist the weight loss. It's critical to your pet's health that his or her physical condition be monitored regularly and the feeding amount adjusted as needed. To access the suggested feeding guide for your dog's Hill's brand pet food, refer to your dog's Hill's food packaging or talk to your vet. You can find a vet or clinic to help you using our Find a Clinic tool. 

Worried you are feeding your dog too much?

If you are following the feeding guide of your dog food, but are concerned your dog is getting too much or too little food, it is a good idea to voice your concern with your vet who will be able to provide better guidance on whether you should be adjusting your dog's diet to fit their lifestyle and nutritional needs. You can use our guide on how to tell if your dog is overweight, or ask one of these vets or pet clinics for a free weight check if your dog is looking a little on the heavier side. Additional weight in pets comes with additional health risks.

 

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