Hill’s Food Update

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Hill’s has changed some of their prescription diets and wanted to make sure you knew that there is a transition period between foods for many of their diets. This transition period will usually involve a slow transition over the course of 5-7 days.

These changes include the following diets:

C/D, J/D, K/D, Metabolic and Mobility, Metabolic, R/D, and T/D dry foods – along with I/D low-fat wet food.

C/D, C/D stress, I/D, K/D, Metabolic, W/D, and Y/D dry foods.

If you have any questions or concerns, please consult with your pet’s veterinarian during your visit! We look forward to seeing you and your pet soon.

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