Hill's® Prescription Diet® a/d Canine/Feline Critical Care Pet Food
This product is to costly and after comparing the ingredients to other brands there is nothing in it that justifies the high price.
August 18, 2014
Expensive, but when they're sick, valuable
My dog has been in critical liver failure, and nothing would pique her appetite. This did! She was able to eat this w/o hesitation.( My cat kept trying to eat it, too.) After dropping several pounds, she was finally able to start putting back on some of weight. Since eating caused her a lot of abdominal pain, she wouldn't eat anything on her own--except this.
August 14, 2014
This food is the only one to keep him from throwing up.
He loves the taste and eats it eagerly. It is the only food that works for him.
July 21, 2014
My 13 year old Chow Chow stopped eating gradually. She has always been a picky eater but would eat on her own terms. She started even turning her nose up at treats. We took her to the vet and after going to a specialist and many tests we found out she has Cushing's disease. She also has pretty bad arthritis. Normally Cushing's dogs eat a lot but not ours. Anyway we had tried all kinds of dog food, wet and dry and she didn't want any of it. The internist brought in some A/D and she liked it. So we have been feeding her that. I am thankful for it because when your baby won't eat it worries you to death. So if you have a dog that won't eat and is losing weight ask your vet about A/D. It isn't cheap but my baby is worth it. :)
July 17, 2014