What should I feed my dog?

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Ark Vetcare recommends that you feed your dog Hills Vet Essentials food. The practice has been recommending this food for years as we believe it will give your dog all he needs to stay healthy. Nutrition is one of the main cornerstones of good health.

The Best Dog Food Starts with Science

The origins of Hills Pet Nutrition were in Prescription Food. Everything they learned about making sick dogs better they have put into their life stage diets to help keep healthy pets well.

There are several things to keep in mind when choosing the best food for your dog. Start with these three considerations to make sure your dog lives a healthy life.

Age of Your Dog

Nutrition at each stage of your dog’s life is important. Has your dog reached a milestone birthday like one year or seven years? It may be time to switch to an age-appropriate dog food. Hill’s life stage dog foods can give your puppy, adult or 7+ dog the nutrition they need.

The right nutrition can transform the life of your dog.


A Healthy Feeding Schedule

A consistent feeding schedule keeps your dog from overeating and gives you more control during mealtime. We can calculate exactly how much your dog needs to be fed so ensure they are getting neither too much nor too little. Plus, we will monitor your pets’ weight to ensure they are the perfect weight and body condition.


Serving Options

We recommend the dry food only as it is best for their teeth.  The special dental technology helps clean the teeth. We nickname it the “edible toothbrush”.


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Plus, it does not go off as quickly as wet food if your dog does not eat their meal straight away nor will it attract flies during the summer months. In addition, dry food works out extremely economical for you. We also have a loyalty scheme for the food which can offer you up to 15% discount.

All Hills foods come with a 100% money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose by trying it.


Please note if your Dog is not well or has an underlying health issue your Vet may recommend a prescription diet. This blog is intended for healthy dogs only.


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