Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats
Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats
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Delicious and healthy treats with a soft, chewy texture thatโ€™s easier on older gums and teeth.
Helps support kidney and heart health. Added fish oil helps to support joint health in older dogs.
Appropriate as a reward or snack for healthy adult and mature dogs.
Wonโ€™t compromise the Prescription Diets of b/d Canine, c/d Canine, g/d Canine, h/d Canine and k/d Canine.
Made in the USA with real chicken as the first ingredient. Developed by veterinarians.

Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats

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At a Glance
Delicious and healthy treats with a soft, chewy texture thatโ€™s easier on older gums and teeth.
Helps support kidney and heart health. Added fish oil helps to support joint health in older dogs.
Appropriate as a reward or snack for healthy adult and mature dogs.
Wonโ€™t compromise the Prescription Diets of b/d Canine, c/d Canine, g/d Canine, h/d Canine and k/d Canine.
Made in the USA with real chicken as the first ingredient. Developed by veterinarians.

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Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats is a delicious treat specially designed for adult dogs and crafted with precision by Hill's expert nutritionists and veterinarians to support overall health.

  • Soft and Chewy Texture:Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats boast a soft and chewy texture that makes them easy to bite, making them an ideal option for dogs with older teeth and gums.

  • Made with Chicken:The treats are made with high-quality chicken, providing a savory flavor that dogs love. This enhances the palatability and ensures a protein source that supports muscle health.

  • Supports Heart, Kidney, and Liver Health:These treats are formulated to support vital organ health, including the heart, kidneys, and liver. The balanced nutrition in each bite complements many Prescription Diet foods, providing a holistic approach to your dog's well-being.

  • Designed for Prescription Diet Compatibility:Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats are ideal for dogs consuming Prescription Diet b/d, c/d Multicare, Gastrointestinal Biome, g/d, h/d, i/d, j/d, k/d, k/d + j/d, l/d, or w/d Multi-Benefit dog food. They are also compatible with products featuring S+OXSHIELD for urinary health.

  • Joint Health Support:When combined with Prescription Diets designed for mobility, these treats contribute to joint health. This makes them an excellent choice for senior dogs or those with specific joint concerns.

  • Reduced Phosphorus, Sodium, and Protein:Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats are crafted with a mindful reduction in phosphorus, sodium, and protein levels, making them suitable for dogs with dietary restrictions or specific health conditions.

  • Added Fish Oil:Fsh oil in these treats brings omega-3 fatty acids into the mix, contributing to overall skin and coat health while providing potential benefits for joint health.

To maximize the health benefits, following the feeding guidelines provided by your veterinarian is essential. These treats can be a reward or snack for healthy adult or senior dogs. Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats offer a delectable and health-focused solution for dogs, providing a tasty reward or snack and targeted support for specific health needs. With a commitment to excellence in pet nutrition, Hill's continues to deliver products that prioritize the well-being of your furry family members.

Prescription Diet Soft Baked Treats are delicious, healthy, and rewarding treats with a soft, chewy texture that's easier on older teeth and gums. They are a perfect choice for adult dogs needing occasional treats without compromising the effectiveness of certain Prescription Diet foods, including Prescription Diet c/d Canine, h/d Canine, and k/d Canine. They are also appropriate for all healthy adult and mature adult dogs.

Prescription Diet Soft Baked Treats are a tasty, healthy, and rewarding treat for adult dogs. Prescription Diet Soft Baked Treats are a great complement for dogs being fed Prescription Diet. Prescription Diet Soft Baked Treats are delicious, healthy, and rewarding treats with a soft, chewy texture that's easier on older teeth and gums. They are a perfect choice for adult dogs needing occasional treats without compromising the effectiveness of certain Prescription Diet foods including Prescription Diet c/d Canine,h/d Canine, and k/d Canine. They are also appropriate for all healthy adult and mature adult dogs.

Feed as a treat or reward. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

  • Hill's Prescription Diet Brand
  • Hill's Prescription Diet Food Brands
  • Treats Food Type
  • Pouch Packaging Type
  • Biscuits & Crunchy Treats Treats
  • Hill's Prescription Diet Pharmacy
  • Hills Manufacturer
  • Biscuits Treat 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

Are Hills treats good for dogs?
Answer

Hill's treats for dogs are generally considered good quality products from a reputable brand. However, it's important to be mindful of their calorie content. Due to their high-calorie density, it's advisable to limit treats to one per day, broken into smaller pieces if necessary. Overindulging in these treats could contribute to weight gain in dogs. While they can be a tasty and occasional reward, moderation is key to preventing excessive calorie intake and maintaining a healthy weight for dogs.

Are soft treats good for dogs?
Answer

Soft treats are generally considered a preferable option for dogs. They are gentler on a pet's teeth and gums compared to hard treats, reducing the risk of dental issues. Additionally, soft treats are easier to chew and digest, making them suitable for dogs of all ages and dental health statuses. Unlike hard foods, soft treats are less likely to contribute to dehydration. Overall, soft treats provide a convenient and safe option for rewarding pets while promoting dental health and overall well-being.

What are the disadvantages of dog treats?
Answer

The disadvantages of dog treats primarily revolve around potential weight gain and associated health issues. Excessive use of treats during training or as rewards can lead to a surplus of calories. This increases the risk of weight gain and related health problems like obesity and dental issues. Moderation is essential to prevent these adverse effects, ensuring that treats are used sparingly and balanced with a healthy diet.

Do dogs prefer soft or crunchy treats?
Answer

Dogs' preferences for soft or crunchy treats vary based on individual tastes. According to PoochWell, a Dog Expert & Nutritionist, dogs enjoy treats for several reasons. Taste is a significant factor, as treats often boast strong flavors that appeal to dogs' taste buds. Texture also matters, with many enjoying the satisfying crunch or chewiness of treats. Additionally, the variety of flavors and textures in treats can prevent boredom in dogs accustomed to routine meals. Moreover, treats associated with rewards for good behavior foster positive reinforcement, encouraging dogs to repeat desired actions. Ultimately, dogs may enjoy both soft and crunchy treats, depending on their personal preferences and dietary needs.Reference: https://www.quora.com/Do-dogs-really-like-treats-or-is-it-just-more-food-to-them/answer/PoochWell?ch=10&oid=1477743641508135&share=bb41be1d&srid=hpmxqX&target_type=answer

How do I choose the right dog treat?
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Choosing the right dog treat involves considering factors such as size, age, and health. According to Kay Chapman, a Certified Dog Trainer and Expert in Canine Behavior, natural options with high-quality ingredients and nutritional value should be prioritized. Treats made from small pieces of lean meat or vegetables can be suitable choices. Avoid treats with excessive additives or fillers. Regular consultation with a veterinarian helps ensure that the treats align with your dog's specific dietary requirements and health considerations. By making informed choices based on your dog's individual needs, you can provide treats that are both enjoyable and beneficial for their overall well-being.Reference: https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-best-dog-treats-for-a-dog/answer/Kay-Chapman-33?ch=10&oid=1477743739671256&share=5b413377&srid=hpmxqX&target_type=answer

What type of dog treats do dogs prefer?
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Dogs generally don't have strong preferences when it comes to treats, as observed by Nancy Jacobsen, an experienced dog owner. Regardless of size or type, dogs tend to enjoy treats equally. However, Jacobsen advises caution regarding store-bought treats made in China due to past safety concerns. While quality standards may have improved, Jacobsen's distrust stems from previous incidents where Chinese-made treats caused illnesses or fatalities in dogs. Therefore, opting for treats with transparent sourcing and manufacturing practices can provide peace of mind and ensure the safety of beloved canine companions.Reference: https://www.quora.com/Which-is-the-best-treat-to-give-to-a-Beagle-pup-Any-particular-brand-or-type/answer/Nancy-Jacobsen?ch=10&oid=69659222&share=68b7abdd&srid=hpmxqX&target_type=answer

Is it ok to give dogs treats every day?
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While giving dogs treats every day is generally acceptable, moderation is key. Treats should only account for a small portion of a dog's daily caloric intake to prevent overfeeding and potential weight gain. Additionally, the nutritional content of treats should be considered to ensure they complement the dog's overall diet. High-quality, nutritious treats made from natural ingredients are preferable over those with excessive additives or fillers. Regular consultation with a veterinarian helps determine the appropriate frequency of treats based on the individual dog's age, size, health, and dietary needs.

What age should dogs get treats?
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Dogs can begin receiving treats as early as eight weeks old once they start eating solid food. However, treats should be appropriate for the puppy's age and size, with a focus on soft, easily digestible options suitable for developing teeth. As the puppy grows, treats can be gradually introduced in moderation, taking into account their nutritional needs and health considerations.

What happens if a dog eats too many treats?
Answer

If a dog consumes too many treats, it can lead to various issues. Ideally, treats should constitute no more than 10% of the dog's daily caloric intake. Exceeding this limit may result in immediate problems like digestive upset and loose stools. In the long term, excessive treat consumption can lead to weight gain and obesity, which can cause severe health complications for dogs.

Crude Protein 9.0% min
Crude Fat 6.0% min
Crude Fiber 4.0% max
Moisture 20.0% max

Chicken, Potatoes, Wheat Flour, Cane Molasses, Glycerin, Yellow Peas, Dried Beet Pulp, Chicken Fat, Gelatin, Fish Oil, Lactic Acid, Natural Flavor, Flaxseed, Chicken Liver Flavor, Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Citric Acid for Freshness, L-Carnitine, Rosemary Extract.

35 kcal per treat

Weight Daily Feeding (treat)
5 lb 1
10 lb 1
20 lb 1
40 lb 2
60 lb 3
80 lb 4
100 lb 6

Mature Adult
Daily Feeding Guide
Weight of Dog - lb (kg) Amount per Day
5 lb (2,3 kg) 1
10 lb (4,5 kg) 1
20 lb (9,1 kg) 1
30 lb (14 kg) 2
40 lb (18 kg) 2
50 lb (23 kg) 3
60 lb (27 kg) 3
80 lb (36 kg) 4
100 lb (45 kg) 5
120 lb (54 kg) 6

Helpful Tips Up to 10% of the daily energy needs can be met by feeding these treats.Can be fed to pets on Prescription Dietย c/d, h/d and k/d. They are also appropriate for all healthy adult and mature adult dogs.Prescription Diet Soft Baked Treats are intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.To prevent suffocation, keep the plastic bag out of reach of pets and children.

Hill's Prescription Diet is manufactured by Hills
Option UPC/SKU
12 oz Bag, Soft Baked Dog Treats 052742014258

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Finally found a treat my dog WON'T eat

My dog is very food-motivated and easy to please. There hasn't been a dog treat she wouldn't gobble up... until this one. She was recently put on a prescription diet and while she loves her new food she definitely misses getting treats. My vet gave me the go-ahead to give her these treats even though I use another brand for the Rx food. When I opened the package it smelled awful but hey, I'm not the target audience. Offered it to her... she won't touch it. This was so out of character I was worried it was an indication of more health issues, but no. Her appetite's normal, she can chew just fine, she just hates this treat.

B recommends this item.
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My Husky Loves These

My Husky was diagnosed with kidney disease in 2018. She was put on prescription diet for her kidneys, and I opted for Hill's for her. Of course, food is the easy part. The hard part is finding treats for a dog with kidney disease, and I was so happy to find these for my girl! She loves them, gets 2 after she eats her dinner, and I can feel good about giving them to her! My other dog does not have kidney disease, but eve he likes these, and gets one occasionally! Thank you, Hill's for making treats for our KD dogs! Not many companies do!

GoldenHuskyMomma recommends this item.
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S
Great but ALWAYS OUT OF STOCK

My 14 y/o boxer mix loves these but I can't find them anywhere. She was diagnosed with kidney disease 6 months ago so these are the only treats she allowed to have. Please bring back sufficient inventory. So many pet parents with older or chronically ill babies are relying on safe treats like these to increase quality of life of our pets.

Shika's mom recommends this item.
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Burnt and out of stock again everywhere

Went out of stock once. Then ordered 4 bags when available again. All bags were over cooked I think due to making smaller and not adjusting cooking temp. This is a specialty treat and should not run out of stock.

Dave recommends this item.
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D
Revamped product is Awful

I have been buying/giving these treats to my dog for a couple years. Within the past few months, they not been available because they were getting revamped. Now they are terrible! They are so hard that they can't be broken, even though it says 'soft baked' on the package. I will not be purchasing again and do not recommend!

Disappointed Customer recommends this item.
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C
Rock hard

Bought from Chewy. First bag was ok some were kind of soft, second bag they are all rock hard. My dog loves these and is on a strict diet.

Charlieshihtzu recommends this item.
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V
subtract that one star

awful awful awful awful what happened these are so hard and much darker - should have included a hammer and chisel please fix these asap

very disappointed puppy dog :( recommends this item.
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R
Soft baked not soft

My dog likes these but we like to break into smaller pieces. These are hard as a rock. Just bought them today. The use by date is 3/20/24. Why so hard?

Roscoe recommends this item.
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D
CAN'T FIND THIS PRODUCT ANYWHERE MY DOG WAS PRESCRIBED THIS

Available no can't recommend something you can't find hills has let MY dog down!

Disappointed customer recommends this item.
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C
sometimes soft/somtimes not

these treats were suggested by my vet along with k/d food. He is a 10# dog and instruction rec one a day so they have to be broken into pieces . which sometime I can and other times I couldn't even break up with a hammer. product inconsistency which is too bad because my dog really likes them.

cdm recommends this item.
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J
No longer soft...

We had been purchasing this product for our dog who requires a K/D compatible treat...then we started getting them rock hard. We thought it may be a fluke so we ordered more, same problem. Contacted Chewy and they were awesome and sent us a replacement order, which we investigated as soon as it arrived, three bags, all three rock hard...like snap them against the counter hard, 0 softness at all. Not sure what the issue is but we are unable to use the product any longer.

Jackpooch recommends this item.
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J
Not soft

My dog is on a strict C/D diet due to his urinary stones and when I saw they made "soft" treats I was over the moon! So happy that when I bought them online I ordered 3 bags! Well...they are anything but soft. These treats are rock hard. Luckily my dog will devour anything so he enjoys the treats, but I was hoping these were soft as advertised. I feel like these may even be harder than the regular milk-bone type treats they make for this diet. Moral of the story: If you want/need soft treats, don't buy these! You will be disappointed.

J recommends this item.
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S
My 7 month old puppy loves it

My 7 month old Russell/Yorkie had liver shunt surgery 3 weeks ago. He loves these as a low protein treat. Great price as well.

SMommy recommends this item.
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S
My little fur baby girl loves these.

My little Cocka-Poo loves these treats. Sometimes she plays around with it before eating it and sometimes she hides it for a later snack and sometimes she just eats it.

Suezie Que recommends this item.
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Wonderful treat !!!!

My 13 year old Shih Tzu has been on a K/D diet for about 5 years and Had been eating the original Prescription Diet treats that were very hard to chew. Eventually, he stopped eating them,even after I broke them into small pieces. He loves these new Soft Baked Treats !!! They are much easier to chew and he loves the taste. I can easily break them in half so that I can give him the treat more frequently. Thanyk you, Hill's !!!!!

Tom from NJ recommends this item.
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VERIFIED PURCHASER

I am terribly disappointed to find that these "soft-baked" treats are rock-hard. Our dog is on Prescription Diet k/d food, so it's important to give her treats that will not interfere with the effectiveness of that food. Being 10 years old, her teeth are not great, so this "SOFT" treat seemed it would be perfect. The bag labels them as being "soft and chewy," but they are anything but. I am disappointed and a bit discouraged because she can't just eat any store-bought treat. Wish the treats lived up to the description of them.

just me recommends this item.
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D
Love these treats!
VERIFIED PURCHASER

Thank you for making a soft baked prescription treat. My Boxer and Scottish Terrier love them!

Debbie 07 recommends this item.
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