Treatment Type: Foods and Treats
Rated for: Boston Terrier / Rat Terrier (Miniature) Mix
By JMalone CVT
Goreville, Illinois, United States
Posted Dec. 13, 2018
Hill's makes great diets for your four-legged friends. They are a trusted company for not only the prescription diets but the science diets as well.
I gave Hill's Prescription diet c/d urinary care a 4 out of 5 stars for effectiveness because it is not a diet that works for every single patient. Every patient is different, therefore, not every patient will need Hills Prescription diet c/d. They may respond better to the Purina urinary diet or the Royal Canin Urinary SO diet. Veterinary medicine is all about looking at each patient individually to make sure their needs are met.
The reason for the 3.5 stars out of 5 for ease of use is due to palatability. Some dogs are just very finicky eaters. It may as simple a fix as to switch from Hill's c/d dry to Hill's c/d canned food to entice those picky canines. On the other hand, a completely different diet may need to be used. The important thing with pets that need to be on a prescription diet is to not feed any other food (table food or other dog foods). This will allow the prescription diet to work effectively and let the pet know that in order to eat they must eat the prescription diet.