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Hills Science Plan Feline Adult Oral Care with Chicken is clinically proven to help reduce and prevent plaque and tartar build up. Infused with antioxidants and advanced oral care technology to also freshen breath daily, this feed also contains high quality proteins to support lean muscle and high quality ingredients for a great taste. Suitable for everyday feeding.
Directions for feeding your cat Hills Science Plan Feline Adult Oral Care with Chicken:
Hills Science Plan Feline Adult Oral Care with Chicken contains:
Chicken (minimum Chicken 43%, Chicken and Turkey combined 58%): Chicken and turkey meal, ground rice, ground maize, maize gluten meal, cellulose, animal fat, vegetable oil, digest, potassium chloride, calcium sulphate, dicalcium phosphate, salt, DL-methionine, taurine, vitamins and trace elements. Naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols, citric acid and rosemary extract.
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I have been buying Hills Adult Oral Care for years, two of my cats love it, the third one is not interested. A recent health check at the vets revealed that the two T/D munchers had fine teeth whilst the abstainer had serious tartare build up. just shows that the proof of the kibble is in the munching!