Hills ZD prescription dog food. £41.79 with subscription saver and prime at Amazon
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Hills ZD prescription dog food. £41.79 with subscription saver and prime at Amazon

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Found 7th Dec 2016
Okay so I know this is over £40 for dog food but hear me out! Our dog suffers from Colitis and this is the only lyrics food we can give her at the moment as it had all the proteins that cause Colitis broken down into their amino acids (or something) and it works.

It's expensive stuff but this is the best price anywhere including delivery so hopefully it'll help someone out.

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Original Poster

*should say dog food not lyrics food???? Would be great full if someone could change.

It may be expensive but if it's what your dog needs then (unfortunately), it's what you HAVE to try and get. I consider myself lucky as my Labrador doesn't have any special dietary requirements so I just get her the best quality food I can afford (even though i am sure she would eat ANYTHING!). Anyway, thanks for sharing your deal and ignore have some heat coz I am sure those who need this food for their four legged friends will appreciate it.

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Sticks1

It may be expensive but if it's what your dog needs then (unfortunately), … It may be expensive but if it's what your dog needs then (unfortunately), it's what you HAVE to try and get. I consider myself lucky as my Labrador doesn't have any special dietary requirements so I just get her the best quality food I can afford (even though i am sure she would eat ANYTHING!). Anyway, thanks for sharing your deal and ignore have some heat coz I am sure those who need this food for their four legged friends will appreciate it.



​Thank you. My two are both Labs too. They'd eat anything and this stuff is like plastic. Poor pooch.

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submerged

Give your dog real food that a carnivore actually needs ie meat on the … Give your dog real food that a carnivore actually needs ie meat on the bone just like they are supposed to eat and I guarantee your dog will not have colitis ever again. Gee lets do what a dog food company sponsored vet tells us... not.



​Yeah coz I didnt think of that! It's the protein in the meat that is causing the colitis. Trust me we've tried everything. This works, we are slowly re introducing foods back in to her diet.

real meat not overpriced processed muck and your dog will be fit as a butchers dog

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submerged

It's highly processed rubbish like this that has caused the bowl issues … It's highly processed rubbish like this that has caused the bowl issues in the first place. Feed your dog real food!



​You clearly are an expert on everything animal related. X) X) unbelievable. lol

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dafunq

real meat not overpriced processed muck and your dog will be fit as a … real meat not overpriced processed muck and your dog will be fit as a butchers dog



​As already mentioned above. All natural food has been tried. Raw and cooked meats etc. This is needed as the protein is not recognised by the bowel. We then slowly reintroduce foods back I to her diet.

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submerged

A dog needs real food from puppy onwards and they will be very fit as … A dog needs real food from puppy onwards and they will be very fit as mine is and my last one. Only real food is best for em, never cooked just raw meat preferably on the bone and they will be fit as a butchers dog. I am no expert no but a dog need nothing provided in processed rubbish like this.



​As I've already mentioned. we have tried all raw meats, vegetables, foods without wheat etc. My Lab was bleeding from her rear end due to the severity of her colitis. Her bowel was reacting to protein in a bad way. She was FAR from fit as a butchers dog.

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submerged

You never actually said you tried a raw diet but if you have I feel for … You never actually said you tried a raw diet but if you have I feel for you lab. As soon as looking better I would introduce raw ground chicken or turkey as if he/she was a puppy and build up from there as raw is best for em for sure.



​Thank you. We've started reintroducing certain foods one by one. So far cooked potatoes, carrots and raw beef are good. Tripe was a big No No. lol

submerged

A dog needs real food from puppy onwards and they will be very fit as … A dog needs real food from puppy onwards and they will be very fit as mine is and my last one. Only real food is best for em, never cooked just raw meat preferably on the bone and they will be fit as a butchers dog. I am no expert no but a dog need nothing provided in processed rubbish like this.



​I have no idea if processed dog food causes colitis or not - I'm sure I would try and find out if I had a dog with this problem. Anyway, the FACT is the op's dog HAS TO have the Hills food NOW so I don't see how your post suggesting a raw diet is relevant. This deal is hot for those whose dogs require the product and any deal you post for a raw food product that is of good value for those who buy it would also be hot (imho).

My dog has Autoimmune Bowel Disease. He starved himself for over a week rather than eat the canned version of this, it was distressing to watch and the house STANK of it, although I suspect the dried version smells less than the canned variety. Tried Eukanuba F/p and he ate it immediately, and it worked! Smells fishy, but nothing nearly so bad as the Hills version, (f/p is fish and potatoes!) it is not very calorific, he gets as much as he will eat, and as often as he will eat it, but he is well on it if a little thinner than I would like.

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nihcaj

My dog has Autoimmune Bowel Disease. He starved himself for over a week … My dog has Autoimmune Bowel Disease. He starved himself for over a week rather than eat the canned version of this, it was distressing to watch and the house STANK of it, although I suspect the dried version smells less than the canned variety. Tried Eukanuba F/p and he ate it immediately, and it worked! Smells fishy, but nothing nearly so bad as the Hills version, (f/p is fish and potatoes!) it is not very calorific, he gets as much as he will eat, and as often as he will eat it, but he is well on it if a little thinner than I would like.



​Luckily I have two Labs. There's not much they won't eat. The dried stuff smells fine.

This is where I buy it as well although thinking about changing to the royal canin version as it's slightly cheaper.
The vet charges about £53 for a 6/7kg bag of this, nuts, thankfully they told us to get it online.
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