What to know before you buy Hill's Science Diet Dry Dog Food
This dry puppy food uses DHA from fish oil to support healthy brain and eye development Provides your small breed dog with high quality protein for building lean muscle Uses a balance of minerals to promote strong bones and healthy teeth Uses an antioxidant blend specifically for lifelong immune support in toy and miniature dogs Mix up meal time with our convenient, single serve tray Science Diet Puppy Small Paws Savory Stew with Chicken and Vegetables Made in the USA with global ingredients you can trust No.1 Veterinarian Recommended
What is the advantage of this Hill's Science Diet Dry Dog Food?
Little dogs provide a lot of love, so give your puppy the best start in life with Hill s Science Diet small paws puppy Dry food. This dog food made with natural ingredients is tailored to the developmental needs of small breed dogs 1 year and younger. Using a small kibble size designed for your mini puppy, this premium pet food supports your pup s brain and eye development using DHA from fish Oil, while high-quality protein helps your toy pup build lean, STRONG muscles. Because skeletal development is so important for puppies, This dog food uses a balance of minerals to promote strong teeth and healthy bones. Finally, because little breed dogs have their own immune system support, science Diet small paws contains a proprietary antioxidant blend. There s more to love with the new look of science Diet. Some of our products also have new names, new kibble shapes new formulas. Recommended For Puppies up to 1 year old and pregnant or nursing dogs. Not Recommended For Adult dogs, Adult 7 dogs, obese or obese-prone dogs. To prevent suffocation, keep the packaging out of the reach of pets and children.
I have used hill science diet in my older yorkie since she was a pup. So about 4yrs now. We recently got a new puppy and started him on this science diet, while my other dog is on the adult food. I had brought both of them new dry dog food at the same time and they have both started not wanting to eat it. Especially the new puppy. Eventually they would get hungry and eat and both of them would get sick and puke it up. I wasn t sure what was going on, but it persisted and continued. The only thing I could think of was their food, as they have only been in the house and car. Took them to the vet, and the puppy got anti nausea meds and extra fluids. I know the latest recall is only on wet dog food, but it is too concerning to me to continue them on this, with both not liking the food and throwing up. I will update my review after they both have stabilized and been on new dog food to see if that was why. Please be careful, especially if you have a tiny 3pd pup like I do.