Fight the effects of aging
with NEW Hill's™ Science Diet™ Senior Vitality.
Fight the Effects of Aging
NEW breakthrough nutrition scientifically developed to help support your dog’s ongoing vitality through increased activity,
Formulated with ingredients to help support:
Powerful antioxidants for a healthy brain to support desire for family interaction
Energy and Vitality
Protein, phytonutrients and L-carnitine support ability to get moving, plus interest in activity and playing
Healthy Immune System
Vitamins C & E help bolster a strong immune system
Healthy Digestive System
High quality, easy-to-digest ingredients with great taste
Essential fatty acids promote a coat with increased shininess and softness
WATCH FOR THE
SIGNS OF AGING
Just like with people, age can creep up slowly on your dog, and you might not realize
your furry friend is starting to display some age-related changes. If you’ve noticed
any of these signs, it might be time to change your dog's food.
Your pet is now confused by ordinary things, like how to find their bed
Naps have become more appealing than playing or exploring
Your pet doesn’t socialize with you as much as before
Loss of control
Your pet is well-trained, but has started having accidents
Sleeping patterns have changed, with more awake time during the night
THESE 7+ PETS ARE STILL
Maybe you’ve been together since they were a puppy or kitten. Or perhaps it just
feels like the two of you have known each other forever. Either way, we want to see
how you and your pet keep the connection you share going strong.
I tried the sample on Lucy. She loved the food and after four weeks I noticed she was more active and more willing to play.
Hill's Science Feline Adult 7 + Chicken Recipe (XP850017) I have 2 cats and they both fell in love with this dry food. They don't eat wet food aat all and really enjoyed this selection. For me it was important to see the first ingredient was really chicken and not a filler.
"MY DOG LOVES IT!"
The transition to this food was very easy. Jasper eats it very well. The thinner discs are easy for him to chew and I think he's enjoyed the change of pace.