Hills Cat Treats at PetFoodDirect

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Satiety Feline Cat Treats are specialized treats that support a healthy weight in cats that are currently on a Royal Canin Veterinary Diet weight-loss formula. This includes dry and canned Satiety Support and Calorie Control. These treats are part of a comprehensive line of treats that are designed to support specific dietary needs to help your pet achieve treatment goals related to weight management. You can still reward and bond with your cat even while she’s following a therapeutic diet with treats that are low in calories but still taste great. It’s a safe, effective treating option that’s backed by science you can trust.

Hills Science Diet Adult Perfect Weight Liver & Chicken Entree Canned Cat Food

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Feline Cat Treats are specialized treats that help support a healthy urinary tract for cats that are currently on a Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO formula. This includes dry and canned Urinary SO, Urinary SO Moderate Calorie and Urinary SO Olfactory Attraction. These treats are part of a comprehensive line of treats that are designed to support specific dietary needs to help your pet achieve treatment goals related to urinary health. With Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Feline treats, you can still reward and bond with your cat even while she’s following a therapeutic diet. It’s a safe, effective treating option that’s backed by science you can trust.

Ideal Balance Natural Ingredient Pet Food and Treats | Hill's Pet

These treats are the perfect complement to Science Diet dry and wet cat foods. Hill's® Science Diet® Crunchy Creations™ Grain Free with Chicken cat treats are delicious, natural treats made with real chicken. These treats are the perfect complement to Science Diet dry and wet cat foods. Made with natural ingredients plus vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Naturally preserved, with no corn, artificial colors or flavors.

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Board-certified veterinary nutritionist Tony Buffington isn’t a fan of treats. The professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Ohio State University says there are a few veterinary treats that are low in phosphorus and sodium, but they’re not high in calories. Ask your vet about Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Cat Treats and Vetri-Science Renal Essentials Feline Bite-Sized Cat Chews.

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