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Hill’s Science Plan Perfect Weight for dogs


The Perfect Weight dog food from the Hill’s Science Plan range provides a breakthrough blend of natural ingredients, to help your dog burn calories and prevent excess energy from being stored as fat.


Why Choose Hill’s Science Plan Perfect Weight?

This proven nutritional solution from Hill’s is:

  • An easy way to help keep extra weight off.

  • Tasty and satisfying, so your pet won’t feel deprived.

  • Suitable for long-term feeding from 1 year and up.

  • Ideal for neutered or spayed dogs.


Causes of Weight Gain in Dogs

Most dogs become less active as they get older, and require fewer calories. If their food doesn’t change along with their nutritional needs, they can easily start to gain weight. Neutered or spayed dogs typically also need fewer calories in their daily diet.

A lack of exercise can lead to weight gain too. Extra weight can cause mobility problems in dogs, while also increasing their risk of serious conditions like heart disease or diabetes.

To help your dog live a full, happy and active life, be sure to enjoy regular walks and games with them, as well as providing them with a well-balanced, calorie-controlled diet.


Meeting Your Dog’s Nutritional Needs with Hill’s

Hill’s Science Plan foods are formulated to meet the needs of healthy pets throughout the different stages of their lives. The Hill’s brand is driven by science, and their foods are developed using the combined knowledge of vets, scientists and pet nutritionists to give your pet the absolute best.


Where can you purchase Hill’s Science Plan Dog food?

Science Plan foods can be found at specialty pet stores. They are also available through your veterinarian.

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