Even dogs that need special diets, like low-protein, wants a food that is as full of flavor as it is nutrients. Hi-Tor Neo Diet For Dogs is formulated to provide a delicious meal with great nutritional benefits that your dog will love to eat. With feeding instruction from a veterinarian, Hi-Tor Diet For Dogs can provide your dog with healthy food for dogs that is limited in protein content, and that is free of artificial flavors and artificial colors. This healthy dog food has a controlled amount of phosphorus and is designed for alternate feeding.
Hi-Tor Neo Diet For Dogs Features and Benefits:
- Low protein
- Phosphorus restriction helps manage kidney disease
- Supplemental or intermittent diet
- Highly palatable
- No artificial flavors or colors
- Use only as instructed by a veterinarian
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Sufficient Water for Processing, Rice Flour, Corn Meal, Poultry Fat, Chicken, Meat By-Products, Poultry By-Products, Brown Rice, Egg Product, Guar Gum, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Natural Flavor, Potassium Citrate, Vitamins [Vitamin E, A, B12, D3 Supplements, Thiamine Mononitrate, Biotin, Riboflavin Supplement], Minerals [Ferrous, Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Sulfate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenite], Choline Chloride, Brewers Dried Yeast, Vegetable Oil.
For 50 Years Triumph Pet Industries has been producing Hi-Tor Diets. This specially formulated brand of pet food has been created for those Cats and Dogs with specific dietary needs. Similar to other popular pet foods prescribed by Veterinarians, Hi-Tor Diets contain comparable ingredients at a significantly lower price. Hi-Tor Dog & Cat Diets come in a variety of canned and dry food.
Whether your cat requires a low protein, restricted phosphorous diet to assist in the management of renal disease or has a tendency to develop calculi or stones in the urethra or bladder, Hi-Tor has a product for your cat.
For Dogs, Triumph has formulated three different types of Hi-Tor special diets from a bland, easily digestible diet to a reduced protein, phosphorous and sodium diet and finally, a diet that is lower in calories and fat, and higher in fiber for those less active or overweight dogs.