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Hill's™ Soft Baked Dog Treats


Hill's™ Soft Baked Dog Treats are delicious, healthy and rewarding treats with a soft, chewy texture that's easier on older teeth and gums. They are a perfect choice for adult dogs needing occasional treats without compromising the effectiveness of certain Prescription Diet™ foods including Prescription Diet™ c/d™ Multicare, h/d™, k/d™, k/d™ Early Stage, k/d™+Mobility, l/d™, w/d™, b/d™ and j/d™ dog food. They are also appropriate for all healthy adult and mature adult dogs.

Additional info:

Feed as a snack as part of a healthy routine. These treats are a wonderful complement to Hill's™ foods

Protein and phosphorus Controlled Helps support kidney and heart health in older dogs
Fish oil Added Helps support joint health in older dogs
Texture Soft baked Easier on older teeth & gums

Recommended for:

Delicious treats that complement foods for:

  • Adult & Mature Adult dogs
  • Dogs being fed Hill's™ Prescription Diet™ c/d™ Multicare, h/d™, k/d™, k/d™ Early Stage, k/d™+Mobility, l/d™, w/d™, b/d™ and j/d™


Original: Chicken, wheat flour, dried potato, various sugars, glycerine, yellow peas, dried beet pulp, gelatin, animal fat, fish oil, minerals and flaxseed. With natural preservative and antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).

Feeding guide

Body Weight (kg) Treats (complementary)
2.5 1
5 1
10 2
20 3
30 3
40 4
50+ 1 per 10kg

Do not feed more than the maximum number of treats per day listed here, based on a dog's optimum body weight.


Adjust daily feeding amounts accordingly. If treats are fed, make sure to reduce the amount of pet food your dog is being fed. Treats should not be more than 10% of a dog's daily nutrition. 

Key Caloric Content

3232 kcal/kg (35.0 kcal/treat)

Nutrient Dry Matter1
Protein 13.9
Fat 10.5
Crude fibre 1.6
Carbohydrate (NFE) 71.0
Calcium 0.21
Phospohorus 0.22
Sodium 0.10
Potassium 0.49
Magnesium 0.099
Vitamin E 86 IU/kg
Omega-3-fatty acids 0.96
Crude Ash 3.1
L-lysine 0.35
Total dietary fibre 4.6
Vitamin A 21 IU/kg


The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.