Hills Nutrition

Ten diet tips for a healthy dog

A list of almost a dozen things you can do to make sure that your dog lives a long and healthy life, including regular vet visits, vaccinations, diet, and more.

by dogtime
March 18th, 2013

Nutritional requirements for adult dogs

Nutritional requirements vary from one dog to the next. The amount of food an adult dog needs depends upon his size and level of activity. Consider these tips when feeding your adult dog:Your dog’s lifestyle is a factor. A dog of normal activity level should be fed a ‘maintenance’ diet. A sedentary ‘couch potato’ should […]

by dogtime
March 18th, 2013

Nutrients For Your Dog

Certain nutrients are required by the dog’s body for energy, growth and maintenance.1. Water makes up 60 to 70 percent of a dog’s body weight and is essential to life. As little as a 15 percent loss can result in death. Food can supply a small portion of your dog’s water requirements. Dry dog food […]

by dogtime
March 18th, 2013

Dog Food and Dog Nutrition

As more people understand the importance of nutrition to their own health, they’re starting to consider what’s in their dog’s food bowl as well. Food manufacturers are only too happy to oblige, and the latest products are likely to be labeled natural or organic, and include ingredients said to promote health, such as blueberries and […]

by dogtime
March 18th, 2013

Bring Balance to the Bowl

Balance is important when it comes to feeding your entire family, including your pets. It’s often easier to maintain balance when you know what is looks like on the plate – or in the bowl.The MyBowl learning tool, created through a partnership between Hill’s® Science Diet® and petMD.com, helps you better understand the balance of […]

by dogtime
March 18th, 2013
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