Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Dry Dog Food

 Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Chicken Flavor Dry Dog Food
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Hills Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine Urinary Care Canned Food keeps your dog's plumbing running the way it should. Providing nutritional management of bladder disease connected with crystals and stones in the urinary tract, this canned food makes for a happy, healthier companion!

Help I cant afford Hills C/D Prescription Dog food. Even if I have to cook it myself.
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I was wondering if anyone had some alternatives to feeding this food. My male dog had a urethrostomy more then a year ago, this leaves him with a propensity to UTI. He has had a couple since then which were treated with antibiotics and all was clear, with this last UTI check he had high Ph levels and high crystal count and my vet is recommending Hills C/D. I very much like and trust my vet (been with him for years and multiple dogs, Not many would have caught the infection that resulted in it only being a urethrostomy, rather then him ending up being put down, and it is not a routine surgery that my vet was able to do with casual competence) and think that he would be fine with me feeding an alternative that had the same ‘features’ but what I deem to be better ingredients. I have been feeding Acana Wild prarie for about a year but within the last month changed him to the Chicken and potato flavor just because he seems to get very bored with his food and a flavor change helps. The wild Prarie is grain free but the Chicken isn’t. My dog is a 75lb black lab mix who is very active and healthy but hard to keep weight on. If he’ll eat it, he needs to eat at least 6 cups Acana per day to stay at a good weight.
I am also going to talk with my vet about the change in this uti situation and alternatives to the hills but any advice or recommendations anyone on here could give me would be very much appreciated and helpful. Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Chicken & Vegetable Stew Canned Dog Food
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Now I had 3 sick cats and had to take them to the vet. I talked with a Hills rep and she made excuses. I asked her if she knew the ingredients and she said yes, I know a lot about this. I then asked if she was a Nutritionist. No she was not. I got nowhere with this person, trying to blame it on anything but the dry and wet Hills C/D. I have always fed my cats excellent wet and dry. Once I got them back on good nutritional food, they all were able poop and my sick cat got well. I wrote 2 truthful bad reviews and of course they never posted them on their website. They only post good reviews. Shame on them for not allowing the bad reviews, because there are plenty! Please beware of this food and don't create a nightmare for your cat or dog.What's so valuable about Hills Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine Urinary Care Dry Food? Find out here: * Made with premium ingredients* For prevention and maintenance of lower urinary tract disease in adult dogs* Formulated with reduced levels of magnesium, a natural component of kidney stones*…After surgery, the vet recommended putting her on Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine Urinary Care Dry Food so silly me, thinking the vet recommended it, I did not bother on reading up on its ingredients! (My fault for not researching, I know.) She was hesitant on eating it at first but eventually gobbled it up like she did with the previous brand. In the couple months after surgery and being on Hill's, she has vomited bile, acted somewhat lethargic, and had loose, bright yellow stools. I associated the change in maybe her just having an upset stomach and not feeling well for the day but it wasn't going away, and I became shocked at how much it was slowly making my dog exhausted, and how yellow/pale her stools were coming out.Hills Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine Urinary Care Chicken and Vegetable Stew Canned Food keeps the balance of nutrients and health in check for your dogs urinary tract system. Low levels of sodium, magnesium and protein help limit the formation of crystals and bladder stones, keeping your pets bladder in fine working form. This dry food for dogs promotes a healthy bladder for your pet, thanks to Hills own veterinarians and nutritionists.