Compare Ideal Balance products to those of other natural brands
How does your natural cat food measure up?
At Hill's, our team of pet nutritionists uses natural ingredients to create recipes with optimal levels of over 50
nutrients, providing the perfect balance of nutrition for your pet's health - nothing more, nothing less.
You can have too much of a good thing. Excess and/or low quality proteins can bring unwanted minerals, which may cause kidney stress and lead to kidney stones.
Balanced levels of high-quality protein help promote lean muscle, proper growth and balanced mineral levels.
Not enough protein can hamper your cat's growth and muscle development.
Just like with humans, too much fat in your cat's diet can lead to unwanted weight gain.
When fat levels are in the right proportions, the result is healthy skin and a glossy coat.
Fats often get a bad rap. But too little can leave your cat with a dull coat.
Vitamins are important for proper health. But an excess can put stress on your cat's vital organs.
Balanced levels of vitamins help support a strong immune system.
When your cat doesn't get enough vitamins, he may be sluggish and fatigued.
An excess of minerals can lead to the formation of bladder stones. Too much or low-quality protein is often the culprit.
When your cat gets minerals in the right proportions, he enjoys the benefits of strong bones and teeth.
Foods that don't give your cat enough minerals can cause weakness.
When fibre levels are elevated, unwanted gas can be the result.
Fibre in the right proportions is an important component to healthy digestion.
When fibre levels are low, the result can be loose stools.
*Key nutrient ranges based on Small Animal Clinical Nutrition, 5th edition
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@/™ Blue Buffalo is a trademark of Blue Buffalo Co, Ltd. Natural Balance is the trademark of Natural Balance Pet Foods, Inc. Wellness is the trademark of WellPet, LLC. Innova is the trademark of Natura Pet Products, Purina and Beneful are trademarks of Societe Des Produits Nestle S.A.