Prescription Pet Foods

The vitamins and other nutrients found in food literally provide your pet with the building blocks for life. Eating a good diet helps your pet stay energetic and healthy. Managing your pet’s diet and providing high quality nutrition is the most important thing you can do to maintain your pet’s overall good health, energy and longevity.

When it comes to managing your pet’s diet, you have lots of options at the pet store. Navigating the labels and choosing the best food for your pet’s lifestyle, age, breed and health concerns can be difficult. At Old Orchard Animal Clinic, our veterinarian helps pet parents select the best diets for their cats and dogs. We even carry prescription pet food in our clinic for the convenience of those with pets who have extra-special dietary needs.

Hill’s Science Diet¬†Prescription Pet Food for Dogs and Cats

We carry a line of specially formulated Hill’s Science Diet prescription pet foods and treats, which include a variety of flavors of both wet and dry foods to keep pets feeling satisfied, without compromising their health. Prescription pet foods provide an important treatment tool in managing conditions, such as:

  • arthritis and joint care
  • bladder disease
  • diabetes
  • digestive problems
  • food allergies and sensitivities
  • kidney disease and renal failure
  • liver disease
  • weight management

Depending on your pet’s specific needs, we can help you select the right formulation for the healthiest pet. If your cat or dog requires a little extra nutrition in their diet to help manage or prevent a health condition, we can also discuss the possibility of adding dietary supplements to your pet’s daily routine.

Ask Our Veterinarian About Prescription Pet Food and Supplements to Fuel Your Pet for Life

From puppies and kittens to adult and mature cats and dogs, the dietary needs of pets change throughout their lives. If you have questions about the best pet food formulation and dietary supplements for your pets, we welcome you to contact our office or speak with our veterinarian about dietary recommendations during your pet’s next wellness appointment.