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Client Education - Help clients understand your recommendation
Quick online, visual references for easy client understanding.
A compilation of client handouts to prepare for each of the medical problems listed in the Hill's Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy.
Feline Behavior Guidelines are a valuable resource for preventing and treating feline behavior problems. With an emphasis on prevention, the guidelines promote comprehensive, holistic care that considers both the physical and psychological well-being of feline patients and their families.
Pet Owner Guides
Brain Health & Behavioral Changes
Your veterinarian will recommend a Hill’s® older dog needs. Prescription Diet® brand pet food that will help slow the effects of brain aging. Changing to Hill’s is easy because the products taste great and are appealing to pets.
Diabetes mellitus is a condition that develops when your pet cannot use sugar (glucose) effectively and control the sugar level in the blood.
Digestive disorders are quite common and most clear up within a few days.
Dietary sensitivity is a general term for any adverse reaction to food.
The heart is the most important organ in your pet’s body. Most heart conditions involve a decrease in the effective pumping of blood. This can lead to a buildup of fluid in the chest and abdomen.
Arthritis is a general term for abnormal changes in a joint. These changes occur when cartilage is worn away faster than it can be replaced.
Kidneys are very important because they remove waste substances from the blood, and maintain the normal balance of fluid and minerals within the body.
The liver is an important organ with many functions, including the digestion and conversion of nutrients, the removal of toxic substances from the blood, and the storage of vitamins and minerals.
Disrupt the cycle of destruction of cartilage. Address the problem with a treatment plan rich in omega-3.
It can be difficult to keep your pet's teeth clean, so oral health problems are very common.
You should always give medication at the correct times, and take care of wounds and dressings as instructed. It’s also important to provide lots of love, reassurance and encouragement to eat, and only feed the food recommended by your veterinarian.
Some skin conditions can be cleared up quickly, while others need lifelong management. The good news is, most pets with skin conditions can be helped if you feed the right food, even if the cause of the condition is not dietary.
Urinary Health for Cats
Urinary problems in cats may have many causes. One cause is inflammation of the lower urinary tract. If crystals and/or stones form in the urinary tract, they can obstruct the passing of urine, especially in male cats.
Urinary Health for Dogs
Urinary bladder stones (also known as uroliths) are collections of mineral crystals that combine together to form a stone in the urinary bladder. Less often, stones may form in the kidneys.
Weight problems are common in cats and dogs, and can be successfully managed through changes in food or a nutrition program.
Pet Owner Urinary Resource Guides
These client education pieces were developed as a result of listening to you, our customer. The guides provide helpful information on lower urinary tract disease, nutrition and environmental enrichment, and educational fun facts that are easy to understand. Be sure to provide your client with the guide after you make the recommendation to feed a Hill's® Prescription Diet® canine or feline pet food for urinary tract health.
Are they diluting the power of your recommendation?
You understand that a therapeutic pet food must be fed exclusively, but your clients may not. Find out how to help them make the right choices if they supplement with canned food.
Scientific Breakthroughs in Weight Loss
NEW great-tasting Prescription Diet® r/d® Canine and w/d® Canine offer clinically proven results and now even greater benefits. Recommend them with confidence to clients with obese pets.
The right way to provide treats for pets with skin allergies
Prescription Diet® Hypoallergenic treats are formulated for all pets, even those with skin conditions and food allergies. This delivers the right reward and peace of mind at the same time.
Feeding Transition Guides
After recommending the appropriate pet food, the next step is to help clients transition their pets to that food. These guides are designed to help your patients with that process and reduce the chances of side effects and reluctance to change from finicky eaters. Canine | Feline