Hill's Science Diet
DESCRIPTION Little dogs can still have a big appetite, so for small breeds that are less active, there's Hill's Science Diet Small Light adult dog food. This dog food made with natural ingredients is tailored nutrition for less active adult small & mini dogs who require a low-calorie food to help maintain a healthy weight & lifestyle. Specially made with small size kibble, this light food for small dogs contains L-carnitine to promote healthy weight, joint movement and heart function. The high-quality protein supports muscle maintenance, while natural fibers keep your little dog full between meals. This premium dog food uses omega-6s and vitamin E to nourish your small dog's skin and coat, while a special antioxidant blend promotes a strong immunity for lifelong health. There's more to love with the new look of Science Diet. Key Benefits: A low-calorie dry dog food with L-carnitine to promote healthy body weight, mobility and heart function. Uses quality protein and natural fibers to support your small breed dog's hunger between meals. Supports healthy skin and a shiny coat with nourishing omega-6 fatty acids and vitamin E. Supports your little or toy dog's immune system with a special antioxidant blend. Made with natural ingredients. Item Number: 5151447Brand: Hill's Science DietFood Type: Small KibbleBreed Size: SmallLife Stage: AdultNutritional Option: NaturalHealth Consideration: General HealthFlavor: Chicken MealWeight: 4.5 lbgCups Per Bag: 22.46
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