Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food

Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food

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Complete Guide To Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food

Food and skin allergies can wreak havoc on a dog's health and quality of life. With an increasing number of dogs becoming allergic to familiar food sources like beef and grains, it has become increasingly important to cater to this by using novel ingredients. Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food is made for this!

This diet is made with potato as the carbohydrate instead of the more common grains like soy and corn. This food also has novel sources of protein that your dog has likely not come across before. By switching to a food that your dog's immune system does not react to, you will be soothing many of the skin and gastrointestinal issues that they experience.

Skin allergies are very painful for dogs. It can manifest in the form of rashes, inflamed skin, red or irritated skin, itchiness, and recurrent infections. Skin infections can also weaken the immune system, which affects your dog's overall health. Food allergies can manifest as skin allergies as your dog reacts to what they ate.

Food allergies can cause bloating, vomiting, diarrhea, appetite loss, and indigestion. Your dog can stop wanting to eat and become lethargic. This phenomenon is a big concern with younger dogs as the lack of nutrition caused by appetite loss can snowball into nutritional deficiencies and developmental issues.

Does It Only Reduce Allergy Issues?

The formulation of Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food helps soothe skin issues. This dog food accomplishes this by replacing the ingredients in your dog's current diet with ingredients that won't trigger your dog's immune system. Along with this, Hil's Prescription diet has several other benefits.

Hill's Prescription Skin/Food Sensitivities dog food is packed with antioxidants and fatty acids. Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids are potent nutrients that provide nourishment to your dog's skin and coat. Along with this, the mix of antioxidants helps support your dog's weakened immune system and reinforces the skin barrier as well.

What if My Dog Doesn't Like One Version?

To make sure that your dog has a variety to choose from, Hill's Prescription Skin/Food Sensitivities Dog Food is available in different options. They are:

  • Hill's Prescription Diet D/D Skin/Food Sensitivities Potato & Salmon Formula Dry Dog Food
  • Hill's Prescription Diet D/D Skin/Food Sensitivities Potato & Venison Formula Dry Dog Food
  • Hill's Prescription Diet D/D Skin/Food Sensitivities Potato & Duck Formula Dry Dog Food

You can talk to your vet about rotating through the different varieties to lower the risk of getting allergic to one. The other options also make it easier to give your dog a change of flavor if they are a picky eater. Many a Hill's Prescription Diet D/D Skin/Food Sensitivities Potato & Salmon Formula Dry Dog Food review states that their dog liked the new flavor after a few months of the duck or venison version!

How Much Should I Give My Dog Every Day?

The amount of food you should give your dog depends on the dog's weight. Use the following general guideline to start feeding your dog Hill's Prescription diet:

Your Dog's Weight Amount Of Daily Dog Food
5 lbs 60g
10 lbs 100g
15 lbs 125g
20 lbs 165g
30 lbs 225g
40 lbs 265g
50 lbs 320g
60 lbs 365g
70 lbs 395g
80 lbs 445g
100 lbs 530g

If your vet recommends a different amount of food for your dog, follow your vet's instructions. Your dog might need extra nutrition if he or she is underweight. If your dog is overweight, then your vet might recommend a lower daily limit.

Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Does This Need a Prescription?

    Yes, Hill's Prescription Diet d/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Dry Dog Food is a prescription dog food. You will need a vet's authorization to purchase any variant of this dog food. You will also have to get the prescription re-authorized as every prescription lapses after a certain period of time. Check with your vet if you are unsure about when you need to get another prescription.

  2. My Other Pets Got Into the Bag and Ate Some of This! What Will Happen?

    Hill's Prescription dog food is perfectly safe. Nothing harmful is likely to happen if your other pets eat some of this food. You will, however, have less prescription food for the dog who needs it. Additionally, you should contact your vet if your other dogs are allergic to any ingredient in this for food.

  3. My Cat Has Food Sensitivities. Can My Dog Share This With My Cat?

    You should not give dog food to cats. Cats need much higher levels of nutrients than dogs. The size of most dog kibble is also too big or too hard for cats. If your cat has food sensitivities or skin issues, you should contact your vet to find the best option for your cat.

  4. How Should I Store This Dog Food?

    You should store Hill's Skin/Food Sensitivities dog food away from direct heat and moisture. For best results, store in an airtight container away from where your pets can reach it. You don't want your dogs to overeat!

  5. Is Transitioning Important?

    Yes, it is imperative to slowly transition your dog into this new food over some time. You should not change your dog's food overnight. Dogs with food sensitivities already have sensitive stomachs and weakened immune systems. You don't want to trigger a reaction that will make them feel unwell.

    Instead, in the beginning, change 1/4th of your dog's diet to Hill's Skin/Food Sensitivities dog food. Increase this to 1/2 and then 3/4th, taking a few days between each increase. Do this till your dog is comfortable with 100% of his meals being Hill's dog food.


Potatoes, Potato Starch, Venison, Potato Protein, Pork Fat, Soybean Oil, Pork Flavor, Lactic Acid, Dicalcium Phosphate, Fish Oil, Potassium Chloride, Venison Meal, Powdered Cellulose, Iodized Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Niacin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement), DL-Methionine, Taurine, minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), L-Tryptophan, Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Natural Flavors, Beta-Carotene


Your pet may need less or more food to maintain proper weight. Adjust as needed. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian. With your veterinarian's approval, mix increasing amounts of your dog's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period. For maximum benefit, this product must be fed as the only food. Supplementation is unnecessary and may decrease the effectiveness of the food.

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