How to Properly Mix Wet & Dry Pet Foods

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Using wet pet foods to supplement or 'top dress' dry kibble is popular practice. In fact, research shows that many pets that eat a therapeutic dry foods are also eating a wet foods from a supermarket. If you are feeding your pet a therapeutic food, it's important that you not mix it with more wellness-based types of foods.  

Therefore, it is NOT recommended to mix Hill's with other foods. Mixing with wet cat or dog foods other than Hill's may:

  • dilute the precise balance of Hill's nutrition
  • cause undesired weight gain
  • expose your cat or dog to higher levels of certain minerals

Hill's offers a wide range of products with no excess salt, clinically proven antioxidants and over 50 vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals. This is the ultimate in precisely balanced nutrition, formulated to enhance your cat's health and longevity.  Additionally, it is not recommended to mix therapeutic foods with foods from the pet store or supermarket because it may decrease the impact the therapeutic food has on your pet. 

If you wish to offer your pet a more varied diet, talk to your vet about complementing your their dry food with Hill's ™ Science Plan™or Hill's ™ Prescription Diet™ wet products. Both are packaged in either cans or pouches and are the only wet food solutions to effectively complement Hill's dry food.

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