Hills Science Diet Adult Oral Care Dry Dog Food - 12kg

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Did you know that diet can help improve your dog's dental health? Hill's Science Diet Adult Oral Care dog food provides balanced nutrition with enhanced oral care benefits.
  • Recommended for adult dogs 1 - 6 years old
  • Not recommended for puppies, pregnant or nursing dogs or mature adult dogs
  • Vitamin C and E for a healthy immune system
  • Clinically-proven, interlocking fibre technology works like a toothbrush to scrub tartar from teeth during meals and freshen breath
  • Calcium and minerals help maintain healthy teeth
  • High-quality lean proteins provide the building blocks for lean muscle and helps maintain body condition
  • Easy-to-digest, to ensure optimal nutrient absorption

Feeding: check the package for portion guidance to ensure you're providing the right amount. Never overfeed your dog. Always provide fresh, clean water for your dog.
More Information
Animal Dog
brand Hills Science Diet
Food Type Dry
Flavour Chicken
Weight 12kg
Breed Size All Breeds
Life Stage Adult
Special Dietary Dental Care
Advanced Nutrition Specialty
Nutrition Grade Super Premium
Prescription Required No
Shipping Information
  • Free standard delivery for all online orders over $75 Australia Wide
  • All online orders under $75, can be delivered for a flat rate of $9.99
  • Free Click & Collect at any of our stores*
Returns Information
  • You can return any product purchased from us within 14 days of the date of purchase for a refund, exchange, or instore credit of equivalent value.
  • For online purchases you can choose to return your product to any Best Friends’ store or by post.
  • We cannot accept returns by post if they were purchased in-store.
  • Faulty goods are accepted by returning the product instore at one of our Best Friends Pets stores or by post to our online warehouse.
  • View our full Returns and Exchanges policy for more information

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