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Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care with Canned Dog Food is specially formulated by Hillโ€™s nutritionists and veterinarians to support your dogโ€™s urinary health
Enriched with antioxidants, potassium citrate and omega-3 fatty acids
Formulated to help dissolve struvite stones
Controlled levels of magnesium, calcium & phosphorus help reduce the building blocks of struvite and calcium oxalate stones
Recommended for lifelong feeding of adult pets

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Canned Dog Food

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Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care with Canned Dog Food is specially formulated by Hillโ€™s nutritionists and veterinarians to support your dogโ€™s urinary health
Enriched with antioxidants, potassium citrate and omega-3 fatty acids
Formulated to help dissolve struvite stones
Controlled levels of magnesium, calcium & phosphorus help reduce the building blocks of struvite and calcium oxalate stones
Recommended for lifelong feeding of adult pets

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Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Canned Dog Food is a scientifically formulated solution designed by Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians to address the unique dietary needs of dogs with urinary tract issues, particularly those prone to bladder stones and mineral crystals. This specialized clinical nutrition offers a comprehensive approach to supporting your dog's urinary health and mitigating discomfort associated with conditions like struvite and calcium oxalate stones.

  • Clinical Nutritional Formula:Prescription Diet c/d Multicare is meticulously crafted to dissolve struvite stones and reduce their recurrence. Moreover, it helps prevent the formation and recurrence of calcium oxalate stones, addressing two common issues in dogs' urinary health.

  • High-Quality Ingredients:Crafted with care, this canned food is made with real chicken to give your dog a palatable and irresistible taste. The ground texture adds to the appeal, ensuring your canine companion looks forward to mealtime.

  • S+OXSHIELD Technology:The unique S+OXSHIELD technology in this diet works actively to manage both struvite and calcium oxalate crystals, acting as a proactive measure to maintain a healthy urinary tract.

  • Balanced Nutrients:Prescription Diet c/d Multicare offers controlled levels of calcium, low sodium, and added potassium citrate, crucial components in managing and preventing the recurrence of bladder stones. These elements play a vital role in supporting your dog's urinary health over the long term.

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids:Enriched with omega-3 fatty acids, this canned food contributes to overall urinary health while providing essential nutrients that promote well-being. These fatty acids are known to have anti-inflammatory properties, aiding in maintaining a healthy bladder.

Designed for the lifelong feeding of adult dogs with urinary conditions, this diet provides complete and balanced nutrition, serving as the foundation for your dog's overall well-being while targeting specific urinary concerns.

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Canned Dog Food is a comprehensive and palatable solution to support your dog's urinary health. With its targeted approach to dissolve struvite stones, prevent the formation of calcium oxalate stones, and provide overall balanced nutrition, it is a reliable choice for managing and mitigating urinary tract issues in your canine companion.

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine is a complete and balanced food that provides all the nutrition your dog needs. Please consult your veterinarian for further information on how our Prescription Diet foods can help your dog continue to enjoy a happy and active life.

Animal feeding tests using AAFCO procedures substantiate that Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Canine Chicken & Vegetable Stew provides complete and balanced nutrition for the maintenance of adult dogs.

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  • Hill's Prescription Diet Brand
  • Hill's Prescription Diet Food Brands
  • Pea-Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Stew Texture
  • Pate Texture
  • Can Packaging Type
  • Wet Food Food & Nutrition
  • Hill's Prescription Diet Pharmacy
  • Urinary Health Pharmacy
  • Bladder Control Pharmacy
  • Hills Manufacturer
  • Pyometra Urinary Health
  • Urinary Incontinence Urinary Health
  • Urethral Blockage Urinary Health
  • Stones-Struvite, Oxalytes Urinary Health
  • Uric Acid Calculi Urinary Health
  • Urethral Prolapse Urinary Health
  • Urinary Tract Infection Urinary Health
  • Prescription Pharmacy Type
  • Vulva, Licking/Biting/Discharge Symptom
  • Urination, Excessive Symptom
  • Drinking, Excessive Symptom
  • Wet / Canned Food Type
  • Prescription Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Chicken Flavor
  • Adult Life Stage
  • Small Breed Pet Size
  • Medium Breed Pet Size
  • Large Breed Pet Size
  • Dog Pet Type

Why is urinary dog food so expensive?

Urinary dog food is typically more expensive due to the rigorous manufacturing processes and extensive testing involved in its production. Catherine Barnette, a DVM from the University of Florida, states that the costs of specialized urinary diets can increase based on your dog's long-term dietary requirements. This financial burden is particularly pronounced for owners of larger breeds. This is because larger breeds such as Great Danes or Saint Bernards require larger quantities of food, amplifying the overall expense. These specialized diets are formulated to address specific urinary issues in dogs, such as urinary tract infections or bladder stones. The ingredients are carefully selected and balanced to promote urinary health while reducing the risk of future complications. Manufacturers invest in quality control measures to ensure each batch meets strict standards and contains the necessary nutrients and ingredients in precise proportions. This meticulous approach adds to the production costs, contributing to the higher price point of urinary dog food compared to standard dog food formulas. Additionally, the research and development that go into formulating these diets also factor into their pricing. Although urinary dog food may be more expensive, many pet owners believe its benefits in supporting their dog's health justify the cost.Reference:https://www.greatpetcare.com/dog-nutrition/urinary-dog-food/#:~:text=When%20it%20comes%20to%20urinary,more%20expensive%20than%20standard%20diets.

What are the side effects of urinary dog food?

While urinary dog food is formulated to address specific urinary tract issues in dogs, there can be potential side effects to consider. One common issue is digestive upset, which some dogs may experience when transitioning to a new diet, including urinary dog food. Symptoms of digestive upset can include vomiting, diarrhea, or increased flatulence. These symptoms may occur as the dog's digestive system adjusts to the new food ingredients and formulations. Additionally, some urinary dog food formulas may contain ingredients that could cause allergic reactions in sensitive dogs. According to Stephen D. White, a DVM from the University of California, signs of an allergic reaction can include itching, skin irritation, or gastrointestinal discomfort. In many cases, these side effects are temporary and resolve as the dog's system adapts to the new diet.Reference:https://www.msdvetmanual.com/dog-owners/skin-disorders-of-dogs/allergies-in-dogs

What is the most common cause of UTI in dogs?

The most common cause of urinary tract infections (UTIs) in dogs is bacterial, with Escherichia coli being the most frequently isolated bacteria. Among bacterial causes, Escherichia coli has been found to be the predominant pathogen responsible for UTIs in dogs. However, other bacteria commonly isolated in cases of canine UTIs include Staphylococcus spp., Enterococcus spp., Proteus spp., and Klebsiella spp. These bacteria can enter the urinary tract through various routes. Factors such as anatomical abnormalities, compromised immune function, and underlying medical conditions can increase a dog's susceptibility to UTIs. Vicki Barnes, a lifelong pet owner and animal advocate, observed that her dog developed a UTI due to holding urine for extended periods. She points out that dogs can also develop UTIs if they don't drink enough water. Prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment are crucial to prevent complications and promote the dog's health and well-being.Reference:https://www.quora.com/What-causes-urinary-tract-infections-in-dogs

What fruits are good for dogs with UTI?

When it comes to dogs with urinary tract infections (UTIs), certain fruits can help support urinary health due to their natural properties. Blueberries are a great option as they contain antioxidants that may help prevent UTIs and support overall urinary tract health. Cranberries are another beneficial choice as they contain compounds that can prevent bacteria from adhering to the urinary tract walls. Additionally, apples are rich in fiber and can aid in maintaining bladder health by promoting regular bowel movements. Always remember to feed fruits to your dog in moderation and consult with a veterinarian for specific dietary recommendations.

What foods are bad for dog UTIs?

Foods that are known to aggravate UTIs in dogs include asparagus, spinach, raw carrots, tomatoes, and dairy products. These foods can potentially contribute to urinary issues due to their high oxalate content or acidic nature, which might irritate the urinary tract. Additionally, excessive intake of certain proteins and fats may also exacerbate UTIs in some dogs. However, it's important to note that dietary triggers can vary among individual dogs. Therefore, it's crucial to monitor your pet's response to different foods. Hydration plays a vital role in preventing UTIs, so ensuring your dog has access to fresh water at all times is essential. A well-balanced diet, coupled with proper hydration, can help support urinary tract health and reduce the risk of UTIs in dogs.

Moisture: Max. 84.0 %
Protein: Min. 3.2 %
Fat: Min. 1.6 %
Crude Fiber: Max. 1.5 %

Water, Chicken, Pork Liver, Carrots, Rice, Green Peas, Corn Starch, Chicken Liver Flavor, Powdered Cellulose, Soybean Oil, Potassium Alginate, Wheat Gluten, Calcium Chloride, Guar Gum, Dicalcium Phosphate, Flaxseed, Potassium Citrate, Fish Oil, Calcium Lactate, Calcium Gluconate, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Biotin, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid), Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Choline Chloride, Taurine, minerals (Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate), L-Carnitine, Beta-Carotene.

Your pet may need less or more food to maintain proper weight. Adjust as needed. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian. With your veterinarian's approval, mix increasing amounts of your dog's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period. For maximum benefit, this product must be fed as the only food. Supplementation is unnecessary and may decrease the effectiveness of the food.

BK23422 - Canine c/d Multicare Chicken & Vegetable Stew Can - Adult maintenance - using 5.5 oz (156 g) can
Daily Feeding Guide
Weight of Dog Amount per Day
5 lb (2,3 kg) 1 3/4 can
10 lb (4,5 kg) 3 can
15 lb (6,8 kg) 4 can
20 lb (9,1 kg) 5 can
30 lb (14 kg) 6 3/4 can
40 lb (18 kg) 8 1/2 can
50 lb (23 kg) 10 can
60 lb (27 kg) 11 1/2 can
70 lb (32 kg) 13 can
80 lb (36 kg) 14 1/4 can
100 lb (45 kg) 17 can

Adjust feeding amounts as necessary to maintain optimal weight. If you are unsure, ask your veterinarian.For best results & safety practices:Cover and refrigerate unused portion.Gradually transition to your pet's new food over a 7 day period.Exclusively feed the recommended Prescription Diet dry food, canned food and treats.Keep fresh water available at all times.Have your veterinarian monitor your pet's condition.

Hill's Prescription Diet is manufactured by Hills
Option UPC/SKU
13 oz, 12-pack, Chicken Flavor 052742700113
12.5 oz, 12-pack, Chicken & Vegetable Stew Flavor 052742338415
5.5 oz, 24-pack, Chicken & Vegetable Stew Flavor 052742338811

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So far we have no problem getting my dog to eat his food with this brand. We struggled for nine years trying to get him to eat. We switched from one brand to the next and tried different flavors as well. Some dried food bothered him. Others he won't have anything to do with. We don't have to add anything extra just to get him to eat. He appeared to be enjoying this one quite well.

Ron recommends this item.
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Kira likes this food!!

currently we feed 1/4 of a 13oz can in combo with a little more than 1/4 c of dry RX C/D by Royal Canin, food 2 X daily. we also use the Hills RX C/D hard treats (bone shaped) as she can have up to 3 a day as opposed to the soft baked which is 1 daily. We almost lost Kira, our 8 yr old Shih Tzu, d/t complications from surgery to remove struvite stones in March of this year. She was transitioned to the RX diet from a raw diet which at first was quite trying for all. she can be picky and this combo is working well. We are also hoping to obtain coupons to help offset costs as my husband is on disability and looking on how to go about that. any info you can provide is much appreciated.

phantomette recommends this item.
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Morkie gaining weight

Stella receives 1 TB of canned C/D Stew and just under 1/4 c of Dry kibbles C/D in the morning @ 6:30 (she eats it when she wants) and just under 1/4 of the dry at 5:00.

LGV recommends this item.
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Excellent choice of food for urinary tract issues

I have a male dog that develops crystals in the urine, making him miserable trying to void. Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Canned Dog Food not only gives him a choice over wet and dry food, but it deters the formation of urinary crystals. He loves the taste and it does not add more weight onto him, when fed in the correct proportions. His coat is soft and shiny, and I do not have to worry about any blockage forming.

Leslie Parish recommends this item.
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yes my dog never would eat canned food until i bought this

tater has to eat the food with c/d on it. he never would eat canned food until I found this

taterman recommends this item.
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Fast delivery. Good prices

The product to good. The dogs like it

Peggy recommends this item.
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Nadia's Wet Food

Nadia loves the chicken stew! I wish there were still 5.5 oz cans, but Hill's privided information on how to reheat since Nadia is a Chiweenie and cannot eat 12 oz at one time. Thank you Hill's.

Becky recommends this item.
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I would buy this Product again

My 2 girls love this, however, this has been out of stock for months now with no communication as to why. 1 of my girls is very fussy and absolutely enjoys this product that she really wont eat much of anything else. After having 2 rounds of Bladder Stones, i'd really appreciate the product being available again or at the very least, advise what the hold is

Claudia recommends this item.
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Can size is a problem

MY Lulu has bladder stones and has to eat special foods for the rest of her life--she is 9 now. So, I buy this product because her vet told me she has to have a special diet. This product comes only in the large can and I can't find the 5.5-oz. size anywhere--including right here on Hills own website. I end up throwing away 1/3 of the food in the bigger can because she won't eat it if it has been in the fridge for more than 3-4 days. She's not crazy about it anyway so to try to get her to eat something that the doctor tells me she MUST eat and then throwing away most of the food is crazy...Why not make a smaller size can???

Paula Hathaway recommends this item.
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Great Product for keeping the crystals away

Its a very good product for Urinary track infections and keeping the crystals away so bladder stones dont form. the only issue I have is with the supplier as this product is constantly out if stock it is very frustrating.

Jess recommends this item.
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Re: Garbage

This food is garbage. Just use supplements to balance ph of urine with ph papers. This food is very high in FAT and most lightly will cause 2nd health issues. Also the ingredient that is used to control crystals can be purchased and you can add to your pets food.

Kay recommends this item.
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Life Saver!

My 16 year old was peeing blood from bladder stones (calcium oxalate type) & started this 2 months ago. It takes time to work but he's doing great now & feeling spunky! He'd had bladder stones removed surgically 2 years ago so I was hesitant to do it again due to his age. So we gave him antibiotics for awhile & started him on c/d & it appears to be working - I'm ecstatic! This stuff will reduce the size of the stones so they can be passed. Meanwhile I also give him potassium citrate pills (about 640-680 mg) daily, & they help prevent formation of new stones by binding the bad chemicals in the body so they can be passed out too. I hope this combination of treatments gives him several more years of feeling good because I love him to death!

LLB recommends this item.
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Your my heros!

I finally found a food my super picky Bichon LOVES!! I have been fighting her to eat the food I had and finally got smart and found Hills!!!!! I'm afraid she will start gaining weight, she seriously would eat almost of the time!! Totally unbelievable !! I am your BIGGEST FAN,

Gramladt recommends this item.
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My dog loves it

Recommended by my vet and my dog seems to enjoy it.

NieS recommends this item.
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she loves the chicken

my dog has urinary problems and she has been on this for a yr. Since i am a senior and care very much about her health i really appreciate the coupons that u sent me. I will continue feeding my Roxie prescription diet and the best part is she loves it. thank u

cammy1947 recommends this item.
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My dog usually eats the dry c/d, but I wanted to mix in some wet food. Well, my dog loves it. I've never seen him eat so fast and enjoys it until the end.

Nilly recommends this item.
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she likes it!

My little dog has some very special needs and she's a fussy little eater. She likes this food and happily eats it. It likes and smells great. I was very concerned as to how I was going to feed her, but this fixed that problem

catherine4 recommends this item.
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My 17 yr old poodle loves it

We were have to add things to the solid and dry. But the stew she loves. We still add string beans. My younger poodle will sneak and like the bowl he likes it too. I wish it came in beef so he doesn't get tired of it

Habu recommends this item.
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Good for reducing crystals in urine

my pug has been on the diet for a year now and seems to keep the crystals down. but i must say c/d is high in carbs and kibbles are large for a little pug to chew on especially an older one.

mrm552 recommends this item.
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Inconsistent formula

Per my Vet's recommendation, we moved by 13 y.o. Jack Russel from RC's SO diet to Hill's c/d. She is only supposed to eat canned food, to assist with the amount of fluids she consumes daily. Since the switch, I've alternated between the pate and the stew products, hoping that mixing up the routine would entice her to eat. Ultimately she just really does not like this product. With that said, what concerns me most is the inconsistencies from one case to the next. I've had cases of product with mostly meat/vegs and very little gravy, to my current case appears to be between 40 and 50% gravy per can. It literally looks like soup, and makes a mess on the dog and my floors. I would expect a lot higher QC from Hill's, especially at the price we are paying for this product.

ajschenk recommends this item.
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Loved it!

My dog recently had surgery for bladder stones. Our vet recommended a new diet and gave me samples of CD Chicken and Veg. Stew. She LOVED it! This will make her diet change much easier! Only wish is that the coupons included are expired. :(.

Bell recommends this item.
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After Canine Bladder surgery

My tripod Chihuahua was given to me after the dearth of a friend. I took her to my local vet and to my surprise, her X-Ray showed huge stones along with small ones. Needless to say she had surgery-tolerated it well and was given the Hills Urinary C/D Chicken and Vegetable stew. She is a picky eater, but loves this food. I heard that stones are very common. I hope the stew does prevent the stones from returning. Her last X-rays six months later was negative for new stones. I wish everyone would save themselves a Hugh expense by feeding their pets a high quality dog food. The food cost more but is well worth it. If she was given a quality dog food from the beginning I could have saved 1,500.00 dollars. The stew has real chicken and nutrients. I am so glad that there is a quality product that looks good enough for a human to eat, the Hills Stew is one of the best foods I have ever seen. They also make other types for other ailments, but need a vets prescription to buy it.

Luchie recommends this item.
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Expensive stuff but works

My dog had stones and had to be put on cd she loves the stew I just wish it was alittle cheaper

Paddy recommends this item.
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did not work

my shih tzu never liked the dry or the canned chicken or the treats. He actually got worse with this diet. Check with your vet and make your own food; it is less expensive in the long run.

Bennie recommends this item.
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Health can cost too much.

I have been buying this dog food for my dog because she has had bladder stones. I bought it in dry and canned and the cost is almost twice as much as for regular Hills dog food.

Mikepm50 recommends this item.
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I will ONLY feed Hill's

I am so thankful for Hill's Rx foods. My Chinese Crested, Miss Prada, constantly had bladder infections. They would have to get a urine sample by ways of sonogram and injecting needle directly into bladder for sterile sample. I can only imagine how painful. And the money I spent you would not believe. But only the best for my babies. They are family. If you can't afford the vet don't get the pet. Once Miss Prada finally got over infection which was at least 6 mos after she has had nothing but Hill's C/D happy to say resolved all problems. I won't even think about trying any other brand. Plus it has the AFCO approval.

Debi recommends this item.
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Therapeutic Nutrition

I have purchased 2 cases of Hills' Prescription Diet C/D Chicken and Vegetable Stew. They have coupons for $7.00 off. The coupons are already expired. I also purchase the C/D dry food and the U/D dry food. None of the coupons are negotiable. I would certainly be a happy camper if someone could send me some negotiable coupons because my Maltese love the Chicken and Vegetable Stew. I mix the dry food with the stew and add a little water so they get enough water. Thanks, Pjmax, IN.

Pjmax recommends this item.
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My Review

My dog has done wonderfully with this product and there has been no further trouble with her urinary tract!

susie girl recommends this item.
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My Review

My small sag passed a bladder stone the size of a lemon seed! She had had problems with frequent visits to the vet. One of the assistants shared about her small dog having same experience and was now on this product and was better. We started Ginger on Hills urinary care and she is feeling so much better. Her hair is healthy, she is her little self again! Thanks for a great product.

Ging recommends this item.
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dissolved bladder stones

Shelby canine had bladder stones and Vet decided to dissolve them (hopefully) by diet. She wouldn't eat the S/D at all, so we tried the C/D. Took a little longer, but the results were successful. Now both my dog's eat the canned and dry mixed together and love it. Their bowls are cleaned every night. Just wish it was cheaper .. costs are high to feed two dogs every month.

corkitcurley recommends this item.
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