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Hill's Feline Kitten Healthy Development Tuna

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Hill's™ Science Plan™ Kitten Healthy Development™ with Tuna is formulated to support immunity and digestive health. Made with high quality ingredients for gentle, healthy digestion and great taste. This diet sustains healthy vital organs with balanced sodium and phosphorus levels. The clinically proven antioxidants support immunity and optimal levels of DHA from fish oil. DHA is an essential structural component for the formation and development of brain and eyes. This diet is suitable for pregnant and lactating Queens.During the last half of lactation, kittens can be weaned on to the same Kitten food that is being fed to the queen, which simplifies the weaning process.

Ingredients

Tuna (minimum 6 %): Chicken and turkey meal, ground maize, animal fat, tuna meal, maize gluten meal, digest, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, potassium chloride, fish oil, L-lysine hydrochloride, salt, L-tryptophan, taurine, magnesium oxide, vitamins and trace elements.  Naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols, citric acid and rosemary extract.

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Stubborn dog inground fence

This is a wonderful solution for your dog. However, this our the 5th purchase due to the fact that it has no lightening protector. Such an unfortunate oversight, but for that, I would have given it a 5.

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My puppy loves her jersey! Fitted perfectly and comfortably. Would recommend.

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Excellent service, excellent quality, true to size. My two four-legged fur-children are warm and snug

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I think it is the best for the sterilised adult cats..My opinion, I read a lot of negative reviews from pellets. I dont really like the pellets idea, scared that it might cause liver problems later on..I prefer 100% organic and raw food. What did our animals eat before pellets many years ago?
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