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Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food is specially formulated by Hillโ€™s nutritionists and veterinarians to support your catโ€™s skin and food sensitivities
Formulated to help avoid skin and digestive signs from adverse food reactions
Highly hydrolyzed single animal protein and single carbohydrate source
Promotes a healthy skin barrier
Natural fiber to help normalize stool

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food

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Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food is specially formulated by Hillโ€™s nutritionists and veterinarians to support your catโ€™s skin and food sensitivities
Formulated to help avoid skin and digestive signs from adverse food reactions
Highly hydrolyzed single animal protein and single carbohydrate source
Promotes a healthy skin barrier
Natural fiber to help normalize stool

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Why Use Hills Prescription Diet Skin Food Sensitivities Z/D

Hills Prescription Diet Z/D cat food is specifically formulated for cats who have sensitivities to certain foods. Cats that are allergic (or sensitive) to certain food groups/ingredients typically experience skin problems when they eat those specific foods.

Food allergies in cats are very common, which is why Hills Prescription Diet Skin Food Sensitivities cat food contains limited ingredients chosen by feline nutritionists and veterinarians. Not only are the ingredients in this recipe formulated to not cause adverse reactions but they're also designed to protect against allergic issues as well.

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food is a clinically formulated solution to address various feline health issues related to food sensitivities and intolerances. Crafted by Hill's nutritionists and veterinarians, this wet cat food is tailored to meet the unique dietary requirements of cats with irritated skin and coat, ear conditions, gastrointestinal upset, and adverse food reactions.

  • Targeted Nutrition for Food Sensitivities:The formula is meticulously designed to address a cat's food sensitivities, helping to avoid adverse food reactions that may manifest as skin irritation, coat problems, or gastrointestinal distress.

  • Protein Composition:Prescription Diet z/d contains hydrolyzed animal protein, a crucial element in managing food allergies. The hydrolyzed protein helps break down complex protein structures into smaller, less allergenic components, reducing the likelihood of triggering adverse reactions.

  • Single Carbohydrate Source:A single carbohydrate source assists in simplifying the diet and minimizing potential allergens, providing relief for cats with food-related causes of skin irritation.

  • Support for Healthy Skin Barrier and Immune System:Essential components such as vitamin E, natural fiber, and essential fatty acids contribute to a healthy skin barrier and support the immune system, promoting overall well-being in cats with food sensitivities.

  • Mineral Control:Controlled minerals in the formula prevent the formation of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals, promoting urinary tract health.

  • S+OXSHIELD Technology:This innovative technology further enhances urinary health by providing a balanced environment to reduce the risk of crystal formation.

  • Additive-Free Formula:Hill's Prescription Diet z/d is formulated without additives known to cause food allergies in cats, ensuring a pure and targeted approach to managing food sensitivities.

  • Clinically Proven Antioxidants:Clinically proven antioxidants support the overall health of cats, providing a robust defense against oxidative stress.

  • Complete and Balanced Nutrition:This wet cat food offers a complete and balanced nutritional profile, meeting all the dietary needs of cats with food sensitivities.

Before introducing any new diet, it is essential to consult your veterinarian to determine the best course of action for your cat's specific needs. Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food is a trusted choice for pet owners seeking a scientifically formulated solution to effectively manage their cat's food sensitivities.

If your cat suffers from skin and/or food sensitivities, there's a good chance it might be related to their diet. With Hills Prescription Diet Canned Cat Food (ZD recipe), your cat can enjoy a balanced diet that provides them with a complete nutritional profile.

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What is the best cat food for cats with skin conditions?
Answer

Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Canned Cat Food is widely regarded as one of the best options for cats with skin conditions. Formulated with hydrolyzed protein, it minimizes allergic reactions, making it suitable for cats with sensitivities. Leigh Burkett, a DVM from Florida, explains that the purpose of a hydrolyzed protein diet is to break down the proteins present in the food. By doing so, it aims to prevent the immune system from reacting to these proteins. This prescription diet also eliminates common allergens, such as soy, wheat, and dairy, which often trigger skin issues. Additionally, it contains essential nutrients like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, promoting healthy skin and a shiny coat. Its balanced formula helps alleviate itching, redness, and other dermatological symptoms commonly associated with skin conditions.Reference:https://www.petmd.com/cat/nutrition/hydrolyzed-protein-cat-food

What are the disadvantages of canned cat food?
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Canned cat food tends to be pricier per calorie than dry kibble, primarily because of its high water content and packaging costs. Canned cat food also has other drawbacks. One notable disadvantage is its shorter shelf life compared to dry kibble. JoAnna Pendergrass, a DVM from Atlanta, notes that once opened, canned food typically needs to be consumed within five to seven days. On the other hand, dry food can be left out for longer periods without spoiling. This can lead to wastage if your cat doesn't consume the entire portion within the recommended timeframe. Furthermore, some cats may be picky eaters and dislike the texture or taste of canned food, which can result in mealtime challenges. Canned cat food also tends to have a stronger odor compared to dry kibble, which may be off-putting to some pet owners. Lastly, the disposal of empty cans adds to environmental concerns, as they contribute to landfill waste unless properly recycled. Despite these disadvantages, many pet owners still prefer canned food for its higher moisture content and potential health benefits for their feline companions.Reference:https://cats.com/wet-vs-dry-cat-food

What can I feed my cat with skin allergies?
Answer

For cats with skin allergies, exploring various dietary options and protein diets can be beneficial. Hydrolyzed protein diets offer a viable solution. These specialized diets consist of proteins broken down into smaller molecules through hydrolysis, making them less likely to trigger allergic reactions. By breaking down the proteins into smaller components, the immune system is less likely to recognize them as allergens. This reduces the chance of an allergic response. Another alternative is grain-free diets, as grains like wheat and corn can sometimes aggravate skin allergies in cats. Opting for grain-free formulas that incorporate high-quality proteins and essential nutrients can support your cat's overall skin health. Supplementing your cat's diet with omega-3 fatty acids, commonly found in fish oil or flaxseed oil, can also provide relief from skin inflammation. Faye Auger Beuby, a pet owner, notes that introducing novel protein diets like rabbit or venison has proven to be beneficial for several of her cats with allergies. Novel protein sources decrease the likelihood of allergic reactions as cats are less likely to have been exposed to them previously. Reference:https://www.quora.com/search?q=cat%20skin%20allergy

What is the best medicine for cat skin irritation?
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Skin irritations in cats can arise from various causes, such as bacterial or yeast infections, allergies, or other underlying health issues. For bacterial infections, antibiotics are often prescribed either orally or applied topically. Oral antibiotics target systemic infections, while topical antibiotics are suitable for localized skin infections. It's crucial to administer antibiotics as directed by the vet to ensure effective treatment and prevent antibiotic resistance. Yeast infections can also occur in cats' skin, typically treated with antifungal medications similar to those used for bacterial infections. These medications can come in various forms, including creams, ointments, or medicated shampoos, depending on the severity and location of the infection. Allergies in cats may manifest as skin irritations, and treatment options include steroids (administered orally, topically, or via injection) to reduce inflammation and itching. Additionally, hyposensitization therapy, where small amounts of allergens are gradually introduced to desensitize the cat's immune system, may be recommended.

What is Z/D cat food used for?
Answer

Z/D cat food is specifically formulated for cats with food sensitivities or allergies. It's a hypoallergenic diet designed to minimize allergic reactions in cats. The name "Z/D" suggests its composition aims to reduce potential allergic triggers. This specialized food addresses issues like skin irritation, gastrointestinal upset, and itching, commonly associated with food allergies or sensitivities. Its key feature is hydrolyzed protein, where proteins are broken down into smaller components less likely to cause allergic responses. Additionally, Z/D cat food usually contains a limited number of ingredients, reducing exposure to common allergens.

Crude Protein 7.5% min
Crude Fat 2.3.0% min
Crude Fiber 0.6% max

Hydrolyzed Chicken Liver, Water, Corn Starch, Powdered Cellulose, Soybean Oil, Calcium Carbonate, DL-Methionine, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Dicalcium Phosphate, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Ascorbic Acid (source of Vitamin C), Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid), Iodized Salt, Calcium Sulfate, Cysteine, L-Lysine, Taurine, minerals (Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate), Potassium Citrate, Beta-Carotene.

169 kcal/5.5 oz 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 pets new food over a 7 day period. Exclusively feed the recommended Prescription Diet dry food, canned food & treats. Keep fresh water available at all times. Have your veterinarian monitor your pets condition.

Transition Instructions

A gradual transition to a new pet food is important to avoid digestive upset. To transition, mix your pet's current food with the new food. Over 7 days, gradually decrease the amount of the current pet food while increasing the amount of new pet food. In some cases, your veterinarian may recommend no transition or a shorter transition time.

BK25884 - PD Feline zd Can - Adult maintenance - using 5.5 oz (156 g) can
Daily Feeding Guide
Weight of Cat - lb (kg) Amount per Day
6 lb (2,7 kg) 1 can
8 lb (3,6 kg) 1 1/4 cans
10 lb (4,5 kg) 1 1/2 cans
12 lb (5,4 kg) 1 3/4 cans
14 lb (6,4 kg) 2 cans
16 lb (7,3 kg) 2 1/4 cans
18 lb (8,2 kg) 2 1/3 cans

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,ย canned food & treats.Keep fresh water available at all times.Have your veterinarian monitor your pet's condition.

Hill's Prescription Diet is manufactured by Hills
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5.5 oz, 24-pack, Original Flavor 052742523811

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Vet was right
VERIFIED PURCHASER

I recently adopted a dog who had come in just absolutely scarred and emaciated from her incredible allergies to probably about everything. My vet and I are in the process of figuring out exactly what so we started at the ground up and while she's been on this food and the driver version of it, her skin and inflammation has cleared up tremendously. She clearly feels so much better

Stephanie R. recommends this item.
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Different but EXCELLENT

I had a cat who has passed that was not a fan of can food. However, he actually ate this! He had become allergic to protein toward the end, but not to this food, which hydrolysizes its chicken. All his skin problems cleared up. I have read that hydrolysized chicken is good for their kidneys. I still have his sister, and she LOVES this food. I give her 1/4 can 2 x a day, (or 1/2 can a day) along with WD dry, all controlled meals. No free feeding. The WD dry is multi purpose and is wonderful. (They did not like the WD can, which they discontinued, but loved/loves WD kibble.) This ZD can food is a bit difficult to work with, yes. I take out the quarter, microwave for 7 seconds, and she loves it! And she is a fussy eater. I fill a plastic small container with water and put two spoons in there so they will be wet and stick to the ZD. I make a "row of food" that is like a corn on the cob. She eats it like corn on the cob! From left to right! Hydrolysized chicken promotes a strange texture, and if you try to conform it to "normal" cat food it will be hard for them to eat and they will get discouraged. Make the food "stand", not flat, put in the shape of corn on the cob, and they will probably be able to eat it better.

nikki recommends this item.
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Some cans aren't fully filled with food

I order Z/D very regularly bacause my cat has dietary requirements. These days when I open the Z/D cans, I can notice that there are air pockets at the bottom of the can beneath the paste. How can I be assured that the can is filled to 156g of paste? Not entirely happy that I paid expensive cat food for some air.

Sam recommends this item.
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Smells and tastes bad - Cat does not like it

My review is aligned with the other reviews about the horrible smell and taste. The wet food smells bad and after refrigerating it's even worse. My cat usually loves wet food, but I can barely get him to eat this. With the amount of money we pay for this product you would think the company would take the feedback coming from the majority of its customers seriously and fix the problem. There are other brands like Royal Canin and Purina that make the prescription hydrolyzed diet. May have to try them instead. 

Jennifer recommends this item.
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Possibly

It's either hit or miss once or twice a day or not. I need this in smaller cans.

Roxy recommends this item.
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Inconsistant quality

This food is great and my cat likes it. I don't like the inconsistant quality. Usually I can scrape all the food out of the can. In about 3 years I've had 3 cases of food that are so cooked to the can it is hard to scrape out. This food is VERY expensive and I want to give my cat as much as I can. Please watch the manufacturing processes closely. The first 2 photos show normal cans, the second 2 are the overcooked cans. t253044a 330 33622

abee recommends this item.
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No small cans, can't refrigerate

The smell is awful , the texture is rubbery, makes it difficult to mix with other food, and WHY NO SMALL CANS? cats don't eat that much at one time and I don't want to refrigerate it.

Sandi F recommends this item.
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Texture and palatability--come on Scence Diet

We have one cat with allergies, another with sensitive skin, so we feed all four of our cats Z/D dry and canned. The dry is more accepted by our bunch, however the wet is a challenge getting our cats to eat it, even after warming it up a bit and adding enough water to make it a puree' texture, and perhaps half of what We give them will be eaten. The rubbery texture of the food right out of the can baffles us...Science Diet should make this more appealing, and offer smaller cans also. Any leftovers might as well be discarded, as refrigerating this "food" makes it even worse. No doubt the benefits from eating this food are positive. We will ask our vet to find an alternative, and likely won't be purchasing the Z/D wet again.

Bigblue recommends this item.
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Bring back old formula!

My 2 cats hate the new formula. It smells horrible, it looks rancid, and it can't be refrigerated. They both loved the old formula and it worked wonders for skin allergies.

Cat Mom recommends this item.
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AGREE WITH MANY OTHER CUSTOMERS.....

PLEASE OFFER THIS WET FOOD IN SINGLE SIZE PORTIONS!!! My kitty has loved this food but like so many other reviews stated, she is not interested once it is refrigerated. This creates a serious problem for me because I need to give her powdered medicine 3x daily for a condition called Hyperesthesia . She takes it with ease with a fresh can but not interested otherwise. PLEASE HELP!!!! She loves the z/d dry food and is doing really well on both. Thank you for your assistance.

Charley Girl recommends this item.
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Rubbery, most unappealing food

My cat was just prescribed this diet and I purchased a half dozen cans, hoping that he'll eat it. The food is incredibly dense and rubbery. He wouldn't touch it. So I mixed it with some water and heated it in the microwave. Still won't touch it. Has been begging me for food, so he won't even eat it when he's hungry. I'm at a loss.

On the Hunt recommends this item.
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Happy cat

My cat are fussy eater, this is the only can food they like and doesn't upset their stomach. I hope they naintain the formula thank you

Edna recommends this item.
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Will keep buying this food

My cat likes it. He's had ear infections and very itchy ears, but after switching to this food he's much better. His coat looks great and his ears are healing! No more scratching, redness, hair loss, rashes and vet trips. It's kinda pricey and like everyone says it would be nice to have smaller cans, but oh well. I'll keep buying without complaints, I'm just happy my kitty is better!

Abby recommends this item.
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Upset

I love this brand. This is the only brand my little one can eat due to his sensitive stomach. It pains me to think that there's been a national outage even up to the manufacturing company. Im aware storeges happen but there's animals out there are going without food due to this.

Stacy recommends this item.
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My cat hates this!

My cat will not eat this. The consistency is disgusting and the smell is horrible. What a waste of money.

Judy recommends this item.
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I would not buy this product again.

Our cat will not eat this food. When we open a fresh can, he will eat one bite. That's it! He will not eat any refrigerated food left in the can later that day or the following day. Very, very disappointed, as our cat has skin sensitivities, and no other remedies have helped very much. Even if he would eat this food, he NEVER eats more than a small portion of wet food at one time. As many reviewers have remarked, PLEASE make wet food available in small cans, as many of us have cats that will not eat leftover refrigerated canned food.

Amos' Mom recommends this item.
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Is this food made with jello?

My cat is picky eater begin with, and he has hard time to consume this food. I think he likes chicken flavor, but he hardly can eat. He licks for 30 minutes and he hardly eat 1/5th of can.

gotsehui recommends this item.
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Great for sensitive stomachs

Need smaller cans. Please hills read the reviews and make changes. It's a good food mixed with water and toppers. They will eat it But it needs a gravy formula as well. Please make changes and read the reviews!!!

Jen recommends this item.
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This food has changed.
VERIFIED PURCHASER

Recently the Z/D wasnโ€™t available from many sellers for a week or two. After it became available again it was obviously a different formula. I open a can every day and again, obviously different. Our cat doesnโ€™t like this kind as much.

Mitch S recommends this item.
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MY CAT WON'T TOUCH

SMELLS HORRIBLE, CONSISTENCY OF RUBBER, MY CAT WITH IBD COMPLETELY IGNORED IT.

JAMES recommends this item.
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Smaller cans please!

My cat will only eat it when first opened and not after refrigeration, even if I warm up it. I see many others are asking for smaller cans....this would be WAY better. He also likes variety and won't only eat this...is there any way to offer more flavors or textures? I am not sure if I can make this product work, but I will try and report back later.

Ziggy and Puds recommends this item.
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Stop messing with the formula

Did you recently change the formula for your z/d Skin and Food Sensitivities canned cat food? My cat has been on this for numerous years by vet order. With the last 2-3 cans I've used, he is refusing to eat it. I noticed the food is much more dense then previous cans. In the past, I know changing the formula was tried. The new formula at that time was almost a mush consistency. At that time there were many complaints about cats that refused to eat that formula change. Please, stop making formula changes. Like the name says, cats are on z/d canned food because they have Skin and Food Sensitivities. If the cats didn't have SKIN or FOOD Sensitivities they would NOT be on the formula in the first place. Stop messing with it.

JAG recommends this item.
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My cat spits it out.

Scooter was diagnosed and the vet gave me a prescription for Z/D. I tried it and Scooter will Not eat all of it, he eats as soon as he is served and his hunger is satiated he refuses any further serving. Second servings from the same can are spit out by Scooter.

Rhon recommends this item.
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Can't get my cats to eat this stuff..not even the feral cats

My wife bought this for one of our cats with irritable bowel. She wouldn't eat it, my other cat wouldn't eat it, the feral cats at my warehouse wouldn't eat it, the wild ducks wouldn't eat it...I haven't found a creature on earth that will eat this stuff yet.

LB recommends this item.
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Great

I was hesitant to buy this due to bad reviews about their cats hating the texture. MY CATS LOVES THIS! She gobbles it up! I mush it in with water too. I can't say the same for the dry food, my cat is not a fan (she hates all dry food so far though).

Anonymous recommends this item.
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My cat likes it.

My cat will eat a half can. The other half I throw away because she won't eat it later after it sits out. She also won't eat it after it has been in the frig, even if I warm it in the microwave or let it sit out a while. It's an awfully expensive food, especially when half is waste. Why no smaller cans?!!!

Lois recommends this item.
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OK, but weird texture

My cats will only eat a little bit as it is, but if we mix it into a soup with warm water, they love it! Smells bad, but so do all cat food. Would be nice with smaller cans, tho.

Coco and Lasse recommends this item.
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My Vinny LOOOVES IT!

My cat Vinny has crossed ice pancreatitis and IBD. He loves the Z/D dry and I have transitioned my other 4 cats onto it as well. For and Rx diet everyone loves it. I was worried about the wet because hes very picky but e looooves it. The other cats too. This food is a life saver for him, literally! My vet said they dont carry the traets anymore because they said every cat they gave them too hated them and they threw away 24 bags. I ordered them and Vinny lives them too. It's nice I have something to give him when the other cats get the regular treats. A smaller can would be a great option as he eats the wet for mealtime but grazes on the dry. Thanks again Hills! You saved my Vinny's life.

Andrea recommends this item.
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Make smaller cans

Cat will only eat after first opened. It helps with her vomiting but I am throwing away 3/4 of every can. Too expensive to end up throwing it out.

Lindy recommends this item.
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Need Smaller Cans

I have three out of five cats that show allergies. We have not yet determined what kind of allergy so we are trying this because they are losing hair or scratching it out at this point. I personally think it all started with the change in their current other brand of cat food changing their ingredients. However, this food is very pasty so I add water to it to help with the ability to chew it. We will see how it works. Some eat it right away and some will eventually eat it after letting it sit there for an hour. There is just great waste with such large cans. Please make 3.5 oz cans!!!!! I will only recommend this if it works for my cats.

Karen recommends this item.
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