Friday, 15 March 2013

New Food Friday!


I have been given a new food by my Vet and its called Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Light with Chicken and it sure is super tasty!


Hill's Science Plan Canine Adult Light with Chicken is formulated to help maintain ideal weight. Ok here is the "science bit" its clinically proven antioxidants and L-carnitine to help turn fat into energy so along with regular excerise it will help me shed my Puggy pounds!
Key Benefits include:
-40% fat and -18% calories (compared to Hill's Science Plan Adult).
High fibre helps controls hunger between meals.
Great Taste, 100% guaranteed all in this big 7.5 KG bag!


I used to be on the Hills r/d which was a diet food and I wasnt loosing weight becaue I was never satisfied and always looking for treats and scraps, but I have been on this new food for a week now and I love it, paws crossed that I will loose some wight, I'm 13kg and my goal weight is 9kg!

I will keep you all updated on my Diet Drama!

13 comments:

  1. Oh no diet drama Frank. Wishing you luck. Hope you enjoy and it is good for you. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Good luck with your new food, Tank. Since it tastes so good, we are really hoping it helps do the trick too.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  3. I hope you like your new food!

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  4. Best wishes with the new foodables Frank. I would still be looking for treats no matter what food I was given.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  5. OMD Not YOU TOO Frank !! You andMy BROTHER, Blubber Butt Ernie, are BOTH on Diets.

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  6. Good luck Frank we love anything with chicken in it..mostly KFC!!!!
    stella rose and mags

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  7. We are glad you like your new food. Now this is in no way a criticisim of your parents because we know that they alwyas want wants best for you and are super smart. but mom did want to tell you that she has heard some not terrific things about prescription foods, despite its pricey state. There is lots of information on the whole dog journal website. Mom put us on grain free food about 7 years ago and Tubby lost a good amount of weight, so that might be an option too. good luck with the diet

    urban hounds

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  8. Oh Frank, we think you look awesome now, but you will be a real chic magnet after the diet thingy, though we are sad you have to do it, hope the food is good and is filling like promised!

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

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  9. If you email our mom, we have contact on our blog, then she might be able to give you some advice but we are not sure what foods are in the UK prescription foods are really pricey though and from what we have read dont necessarily have the best stuff. thanks for wishing us a happy blogiversary

    urban hounds

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  10. Maybe your pawrents can take you for more walkies and play fetch and take you swimming? If they quit their jobs they will have the extra time to do this!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Online Doods

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  13. You know, I had to change my food three times over the last six months. I was with Blue Buffalo and then switched to Orijen because I thought it would be yummier/healthier. Well, that made me fat and so I switched back to Blue. Then my vet recommended Purina, my humans freaked out because they're head so much weird stuff about Purina and switched to Nutro instead. It's working fine now but we'll see in three months if I'm asked to switch again!:( Hopefully not. My humans wish they knew/had time to make homemade food instead!

    Good luck with the new food, bud.

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