Why Hill’s Science Plan Adult Small & Mini Dog Food?
Moderately active small and mini adult dogs have unique dietary needs compared to, say, medium or giant breeds. Hill’s Science Plan’s dog food for small and mini adult dogs supports their lean muscle, boosts immunity, aids good digestion and ensures their vital organs stay healthy. It’s full of lean proteins, antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, which keep moderately active dogs in super shape. Your little munchkin will be running with the big dogs thanks to Hill’s Science Plan.
Which breeds will benefit most from this food?
The little breeds that will benefit from Hill’s Science Plan Adult Small & Mini dog food include (but are not limited to) Yorkies, Chihuahuas, Maltese and miniature poodles, Affenpinschers, bichon frisé, most terrier breeds, mini daxies and mini pinschers, Italian greyhounds, King Charles spaniels, Lhasa apso, Pekingese, papillons, toy poms, pugs, mini schnauzers, shih tzus, etc. If your dog weighs 10 kg or less as an adult and is moderately active, then Hill’s Science Plan Adult Small & Mini Dog Food will be ideal for healthy maintenance throughout their adult years.
What are the nutrients in Hill’s Science Plan Adult Small & Mini Dry Dog Food?
Hill’s makes its complete pet foods with the exact balance of 50 nutrients to meet the specific needs of your dog, based on their life stage, lifestyle, size or special needs.
- High-quality proteins to support lean muscle
- Fat for healthy skin and a shiny coat
- Minerals for strong bones and teeth
- Perfect levels of salt and phosphorous for healthy organs
- Precisely balanced nutrition to support immune system health and long life expectancy in small breed dogs
- Fibre for a healthy digestion and optimal nutrient absorption
- Smaller kibble for easier eating with little mouths
Check the ingredients tab for the complete list of ingredients in this Hill’s Science Plan food.
Ask your vet about
- recommended daily feeding amounts
- recommended feeding intervals
- recommended nutritional supplements for your dog’s specific condition
- recommended age at which to introduce your adult dog to mature adult food