What’s the best senior food for my pet?
This will depend on your dog’s individual needs. Small and large breeds of dogs will have different nutritional requirements, and some breeds can also be more prone to specific health conditions.
If you’re looking for the best senior dry dog food, or soft dog food for old dogs with no teeth or dental issues, Hill’s has a range of prescription options to help improve the quality of life for your pet. From mobility to kidney health and digestive problems, there is a product in our range to help manage age-related conditions for your dog or cat.
Speak to your vet about senior dog food vs regular food, and find out how Hill’s Senior Vitality Products can help meet your senior pet’s nutritional requirements. These senior dog and cat foods are made with additional fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to give aging pets a spring in their step.