March 06, 2012
Science Diet Pet Food
Mice or cars? Sardines or bones? Garfield or Marmaduke?! Cats and dogs will never strike a balance. All the more reason their food should.
That's why the pet food experts at Hill's® created Hill's® Science Diet® Ideal Balance™. It's the perfect balance of the best natural ingredients, including fresh chicken as the #1 ingredient, fruits and veggies such as cranberries, and wholesome, necessary nutrients to keep your cat or dog looking and feeling great.
But quality, natural ingredients are just the start — Hill's® Science Diet® Ideal Balance™ features a scientifically precise blend to deliver exactly what your pet needs, and nothing they don't. Corn or artificial colors and preservatives? Not here. The only thing you'll find is exact nutrition for a better life. Because that's exactly what your pet deserves.
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