REVIEW: Hill's Pet Nutrition for Dogs*

*This post is kindly sponsored by Hill's Pet Nutrition*


Aside from family and friends of course, one thing I miss very much when I'm at Uni is spending time with my favourite furball, Alfie. He plays a huge part in our family now and is always (well, most of the time...) happy to see me when I come back. So I've been really lucky to team up with Hill's Pet Nutrition to give Alfie the treat he deserves! We were kindly sent a 3kg bag of the following (watch out, it's a mouthful!): Hill's Science Plan Canine Mature Adult 7+ Active Longevity Medium with Chicken.

Alfie is now 8 years old and we've noticed recently - although he pretends to be - he's not the bouncy little pup he was a few years back. One of his favourite things to do is run after a tennis ball on the beach (he would honestly go for hours if we let him) but it's not ideal for his joints as it puts a lot of pressure on them. He's been to the vets before due to limping after long walks so it's something we need to keep an eye on. One of the key benefits of this Hill's dry food is that it is specifically matched to Alfie's needs and age, and so this particular food targets joint and mobility support and aims to sustain healthy organs. Because of this, Hill's Pet Nutrition food can give you peace of mind that your doggo is getting all the nutrients he or she needs.

We have been mixing the food in with his usual dry food for the past week or so, and although Alfie couldn't give us an actual human answer, the fact that he always eats the Hill's Pet Nutrition food first is a clear indicator to me that it's a winner in his eyes!

You can purchase Alfie's particular dog food herehttps://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/dry_dog_food/hills_science_plan/senior/13591 - or you can find Hill's Pet Nutrition at places like Pets At Home and is also for sale at many vets (check the Hills Pet website for specific locations).


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