These special diets support your spayed or neutered pet’s nutritional needs throughout their life, because the changes to your dog’s body are lifelong.
Spaying or neutering can benefit your dog’s life with you in many ways. But it also increases the possibility of your dog becoming overweight or obese1 — in fact, it doubles the chance.2 Spay and neuter procedures significantly change a pet’s appetite and metabolism. Choosing a diet that proactively addresses these changes can make a real difference for puppies and adult dogs alike.
Not sure which VETERINARY HPM® Diet fits your dog?
Here’s a quick overview of how this dog food nourishes your canine companion (and streamlines your feeding routine).
Nutritional balance for a feeling of fullness, energy throughout the day, appetite control and (for adults) weight management
Formulations for different life stages, to support the different needs of puppies’ (juniors) and adult dogs’ bodies
High-quality animal protein to support appetite control, a healthy metabolism, healthy growth (Junior diets) and an optimal weight (Adult diets)
Adult weight management for all body sizes and types, with precise feeding guidelines so you know your dog is always getting the nourishment they need
Figuring out the best combination of ingredients for a dog food can be complicated. Figuring out what’s in your dog’s food — and how much of it they need — should be simple. Take a look at our labels for precise, easy-to-understand nutrient information and feeding guidelines.
Our Junior dog food diets are packed with nutrients that nourish healthy growth and support a healthy metabolism for your puppy’s still-developing body. And our Adult dog food formulations encourage lean muscle mass for a healthy weight. Both Junior and Adult diets prioritize the calorie contribution from proteins, with moderate fat and minimal carbohydrates, for complete, balanced nutrition that delivers the appropriate amount of calories for spayed and neutered dogs.
VETERINARY HPM® Dog Food for spayed and neutered dogs can be purchased at your veterinarian’s clinic or online through iVet for delivery straight to your home.