Pet Nutrition Counseling

The diet you provide for your pet plays a crucial role in maintaining their overall health. As your pet ages, their nutritional requirements change to meet the specific needs of each life stage. This includes finding the right balance of vitamins, minerals, protein, fats, and carbohydrates. During your pet’s next wellness exam at Foothills Veterinary Hospital, LLC, our dedicated staff can assist you in selecting the ideal food and treats for your dog or cat.

Our knowledgeable team will take into consideration factors such as your pet’s age, breed, daily activity level, eating habits, and any existing medical conditions. With this information, we can create a personalized nutrition plan tailored to your pet’s unique needs. Our goal is to provide guidance in choosing the best food options that will support your pet’s overall well-being.

We offer Wellness Plans meant to keep your pets' health in tip-top shape!


Prescription diets play a vital role in meeting the specific nutritional requirements for various illnesses and conditions, including diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, obesity, arthritis, allergies, pancreatitis, cancers, and more. We recognize the individuality of each animal and have conducted extensive research to assist our clients in selecting the most suitable brand and diet for their beloved pets. Our clinic offers a range of options from trusted brands such as Hill’s, Royal Canin, and Purina.


Weight management diets are designed to help your pet maintain a healthy body weight, promoting longevity and overall well-being. Our team will guide you in choosing the appropriate foods that align with your pet’s specific needs, enabling them to achieve and sustain the ideal body weight determined by various factors. By providing the right nutrition, we strive to support your pet in leading a longer and healthier life.


The Pet Nutrition Alliance (PNA) is comprised of a group of associations including the the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), and the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN) and others. The PNA promotes the importance of nutritional health for animals around the world. The PNA offers a number of resources to help answer common questions regarding animal nutrition as well as tools to help pet owners manage their pet’s nutrition. You can find these resources on their website.

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