Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care Dry Cat Food
Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care Dry Cat Food
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Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care Dry Cat Food

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When dogs have cancer, ensuring their nutritional needs are met is critical. Therapeutic foods for dogs with cancer are designed to help maintain strength and energy as well as encourage eating from the very first bowl. Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians developed the clinical nutrition of Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care to specifically help nourish and support dogs fighting cancer. This dry food is made with chicken and is designed to be our best tasting nutrition yet, with flavorful fats and highly digestible protein. The highly digestible nutrients in Prescription Diet ONC Care are easy for pets to absorb and the formula also contains ActivBiome+, a proprietary blend of prebiotic fibers to support a healthy GI microbiome and shown to provide consistent stool quality.

Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care with Chicken Dry Cat Food is a specialized therapeutic food designed to provide comprehensive nutritional support for cats battling cancer. Developed by Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians, this dry cat food is part of the Prescription Diet ONC Care line, addressing the unique dietary needs of feline companions undergoing cancer treatment.

  • Therapeutic Nutrition for Cats with Cancer: Maintaining their strength and energy becomes crucial for their overall well-being when cats have cancer. Hill's ONC Care with Chicken Dry Cat Food is formulated to offer the best-tasting nutrition yet, ensuring that even cats with a diminished appetite find this dry food irresistible. Flavorful fats and highly digestible protein support the cat's dietary requirements during this challenging time.

  • ActivBiome+ Technology and Healthy GI Microbiome: One of the key features of Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care is the incorporation of ActivBiome+, a proprietary blend of prebiotic fibers. This advanced technology promotes a healthy gastrointestinal microbiome, contributing to consistent stool quality. A well-maintained GI microbiome is essential for cats fighting cancer, and the unique blend of prebiotics in this dry cat food aids in ensuring optimal digestive health.

  • Encouraging Eating and Appetite Support: Hill's understands the importance of encouraging cats with cancer to eat regularly. The ONC Care with Chicken Dry Cat Food is rich in calories and has an irresistible taste that stimulates appetite. The blend of digestible protein and the unique ActivBiome+ technology support the cat's gut microbiome, making this food an effective choice for maintaining strength and energy.

  • Complete and Balanced Nutrition: This dry cat food is a complete and balanced diet, ensuring that cats receive all the essential nutrients they need while undergoing cancer treatment. The consistent long-term feeding of Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care is critical for providing ongoing support for cats facing the challenges of cancer. However, it is always advisable to consult your veterinarian to determine the most suitable nutrition plan for your cat's specific condition.

Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care with Chicken Dry Cat Food is a thoughtfully crafted solution for cats fighting cancer. With its blend of ActivBiome+ technology, digestible protein, and flavorful fats, this dry food supports the nutritional needs of cats with cancer. It encourages them to eat, ensuring they receive the necessary nourishment to maintain strength and energy throughout their journey.

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What should I feed my cat with stomach cancer?
Answer

For a cat diagnosed with stomach cancer, providing a specialized diet is crucial for managing symptoms and supporting overall health. Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care Dry Cat Food is specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of cats with cancer. This diet was introduced in October 2023 and was the first of its kind. Jolle Kirpensteijn, DVM and chief veterinary officer at Hill's Pet Nutrition, notes that improved preventative care has increased pet lifespans and early cancer detection. Kirpensteijn highlights the rising incidence of cancer in pets and stresses the need to utilize scientific and nutritional expertise to create specialized clinical nutrition. This nutrition is specifically tailored to support pets undergoing cancer treatment, aiming to aid in their fight against the disease. This diet aims to support the immune system, aid in digestion, and maintain a healthy body weight. These are all essential considerations for managing cancer in cats. The formula is carefully crafted with high-quality ingredients that are easily digestible and gentle on the stomach. This helps minimize gastrointestinal upset that can accompany cancer treatments or the disease itself. Additionally, the food is likely to contain added nutrients such as antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and other beneficial ingredients to support your cat's well-being.Reference:https://www.petfoodprocessing.net/articles/16736-hills-launches-new-prescription-diet-to-support-pets-with-cancer

How long will a cat live with cancer?
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Cancer in cats, like in humans, can vary greatly in terms of its aggressiveness, type, and how early it's diagnosed. While chemotherapy can extend survival time, it's not a cure-all. The prognosis for a cat with cancer depends on various factors. This includes the type and stage of cancer, the overall health of the cat, and how well they respond to treatment. On average, with chemotherapy, a cat diagnosed with cancer might survive for around six months. However, Jennifer Coates, a DVM from Colorado, notes that this can vary significantly. Some cats may respond very well to treatment and live for a year or more, while others may succumb to the disease much sooner. Additionally, factors like the location of the cancer and any concurrent health issues can also impact longevity.Reference:https://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/cancer/cancer-cats

Can chemotherapy treat cancer in cats?
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Yes, chemotherapy can be used to treat cancer in cats. It aims to shrink or eliminate cancerous cells by administering drugs that target rapidly dividing cells, which are characteristic of cancer. Chemotherapy in cats is often tailored to the specific type and stage of cancer. While it can be effective in controlling the spread of cancer and improving quality of life, it may also have side effects. This includes things like nausea, vomiting, and suppression of the immune system. The decision to pursue chemotherapy for a cat depends on various factors. This includes the type of cancer, its stage, and the overall health of the cat. Pat Fisher, an experienced pet owner, recounted their perspective on cat cancer treatment. They mentioned that their cat weighed 8 pounds at its healthiest before developing cancer. Despite administering two doses of chemotherapy, they felt it wasn't worth it. This is due to the three-week recovery period and only one good week before the next dose. The extensive treatment costs thousands of dollars, contrasting with some pet owners' reluctance to cover prescription costs. Pat believed their cat wouldn't have survived surgery and ultimately lived four years post-diagnosis. Their experience underscores the complexities and challenges involved in treating cat cancer.Reference:https://www.quora.com/Is-there-any-way-to-treat-a-cat-with-cancer-at-home-If-not-why-wont-surgery-be-enough-as-in-humans

What is a homemade diet for cats with cancer?
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A homemade diet for cats with cancer should prioritize high-quality, easily digestible ingredients to support their overall health and immune system. Cooked meats like chicken, turkey, or lean beef can serve as the foundation, providing essential protein while being gentle on their stomach. Including a variety of vegetables such as carrots, peas, and leafy greens can provide vital nutrients and antioxidants to bolster their immune function. Fruits like blueberries or apples can offer additional vitamins and antioxidants but should be limited due to their sugar content. Grains like rice or quinoa can be included for energy but should be kept to a minimum to avoid excess carbohydrates. Some homemade diets for cats with cancer also incorporate raw ingredients like meaty chicken or turkey bones for added calcium and dental health benefits. Organ meats such as liver, kidney, and heart are rich in essential nutrients like vitamins A and B12, which can support overall vitality.

How do you slow down cancer in cats?
Answer

To slow down cancer in cats, prioritize preventive measures like avoiding carcinogens in household products and keeping cats indoors to minimize exposure to toxins. Ensuring they are spayed or neutered can also help. Vaccinate cats against feline leukemia virus to reduce susceptibility to certain cancers. Eliminate smoking around cats, as secondhand smoke can lead to lung cancer and other health issues. Maintain your cat's overall health through a balanced diet, regular exercise, and wellness exams with your veterinarian. These proactive steps can significantly decrease the risk of cancer and promote a longer, healthier life for your feline companion.

4183 kcal/kg (581 kcal/cupโ€ )

Nutrient Dry Matter1
%
Protein 40 %
Fat 25 %
Carbohydrate / NFE 26.5 %
Crude Fiber 1.9 %
Calcium 0.9 %
Phosphorus 0.75 %
Potassium 1 %
Sodium 0.4 %
Magnesium 0.109 %
Taurine 0.36 %
Vitamin C 185 ppm
Vitamin E 748 IU/kg
Total Omega-3 FA 1.07 %
Total Omega-6 FA 4.32 %

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1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.

โ€ An eight fluid oz. measuring cup of ONC Care with Chicken Dry Cat Food contains 4.9 oz. by weight.

Chicken, Corn Gluten Meal, Chicken Fat, Wheat Gluten, Whole Grain Wheat, Cracked Pearled Barley, Egg Product, Hydrolyzed Chicken Liver, Brown Rice, Soybean Meal, Carrots, Chicken Liver Flavor, Coconut Oil, Fish Oil, Ground Pecan Shells, Lactic Acid, Potassium Chloride, Flaxseed, Dried Beet Pulp, Dried Citrus Pulp, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Calcium Sulfate, L-Arginine, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement), Taurine, Pressed Cranberries, DL-Methionine, Iodized Salt, Natural Flavors, minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), L-Carnitine, Magnesium Oxide, Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Beta-Carotene.

Cancer Care

Ask your veterinarian for specific feeding instructions for your pet.

Daily Feeding Recommendations are only a guide and a place to start.

Grams are the most accurate form of measurement; cups are estimated from grams. For best results:

  • Gradually transition to this new food for 7 days or more
  • Exclusively feed the recommended Prescription Diet dry and wet foods
  • Keep fresh water available at all times
  • Have your veterinarian monitor your pet's condition
  • To prevent suffocation, keep the packaging out of the reach of pets & children.

Ask your veterinarian for specific feeding instructions for your pet. Please see package for complete feeding instructions. Daily Feeding Recommendations are only a guide and a place to start. Grams are the most accurate form of measurement; cups are estimated from grams. New to this food? Mix increasing amounts of your pet's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food for 7 days or more. Keep fresh water available at all times! Your pet's nutritional needs may change as they age. Ask your vet at every checkup.

Hill's Prescription Diet ONC Care Dry Cat Food is manufactured by Hills
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7 lb Bag, Chicken 052742058146

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Disappointed, high carbs

GI Lymphoma is common in cats yet you add inflammatory ingredients for an obligate carnivore such as glutens, grains, and sometimes even chicken. These new Onc foods are high in carbs with all the corn and wheat and grains. Why can't you make an appetizing cat diet with just meat, fats, and a little prebiotic fiber? Cancer diets should be low carb, especially for carnivores.

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Our cat loves this food

Our cat was just diagnosed with a primary lung tumor and our doctor suggested this product. I was hesitant with the corn gluten meal as I am concerned about fillers and allergies. However, she loves it and I am trusting Hills that it will help her as she lives with her cancer. Very grateful that you have created it.

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Not Just for Cancer Patients

One of my cats, Inky, whom I obtained when she was about 3-weeks-old, was born with a peritoneal-pericardial diaphragmatic hernia along with a sternal defect that were not surgically corrected until she was 9-months-old. Post operation, she was still thin months afterwards despite her unwavering appetite and vomited very often because of her congenital deformities having affected her growth. When this diet was announced, and I heard that it could be used for situations other than cancer, I opted to try it in hopes it would fill Inky's body condition out so that she could be even a little bit more "normal." After being on the diet since it was released, Inky has definitely gained weight and it's even helped reduce her chronic vomiting (along with a medication). She's also been more playful, something which I haven't seen from her since she was a kitten...! Not to mention, she loves the food; though, that's never been a problem for Inky. While I can't vouch for ONC Care on behalf of a pet with cancer, I would definitely recommend it should a veterinarian recommend it for a patient that it may benefit.

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