Prescription Food

Pets have specific health condition or certain nutritional needs? A prescription diet is vet-recommended, therapeutic nutrition to help them live their best life.

Below are the three main Veterinary Prescription foods we recommend.

Click the buttons below to learn more about each and to shop for your pets food that our vets have recommended for them.


Hill's Prescription Diet


Prescription Diet foods offer therapeutic nutrition for a range of health conditions. They’re clinically tested and developed by a team of PhD nutritionists and veterinarians, so you can rest assured your pet is receiving premium nutrition backed by science.

If your pet is facing a specific health condition, or you sense they need additional support, schedule an appointment with your vet and ask how Prescription Diet can help.

Shop with Hills to Home!
  1. Use the button to the right to sign up.

  2. Fill out account information

  3. FWPH staff will receive an alert and will link the correct prescription food to your pet(s) if you are on a prescription food. (Hills to Home you can shop all hill products not just prescription food.)

  4. Use welcome email to finish your registration and start shopping. 

  5. Select your auto shipment frequency

  6. Check out and Sit back and relax about not having to remember your pets food.

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diet


Purina is committed to the health of every pet—especially those who have unique nutritional needs. When veterinarians recommend these formulas, it’s because they trust Purina’s expertise. The science behind these therapeutic diets represents a collaboration between Purina nutritionists, researchers and veterinarians.

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Canine and Feline Formula

These formulas have been formulated to help veterinarians nutritionally manage dogs and cats with certain health conditions. 

Ingredients & Nutrients

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets formulas play an important role in nutritionally managing dogs and cats with certain health conditions. Each diet is formulated specifically to meet unique nutritional needs, often with innovative ingredients backed by the latest research in pet nutrition. If you think your pet could benefit from therapeutic nutrition, talk to your veterinarian to learn about which formula is recommended.

Home Delivery with Purina Pro Plan Vet Direct

Cross one errand off your list! Purchase your pet’s food online through Vet Direct, with the convenience of home

delivery and automatic shipments.

  1. Use the button to the right to sign up and start shopping.

  2. Clinic code is L372O

  3. Fill out account information

  4. Login and Start shopping.

  5. Select your auto shipment frequency

  6. When checking out select or add your pet & request approval from us for the Prescription Food.

  7. Sit back and relax about not having to remember your pets food.

Virbac Veterinary HPM Spay & Neuter


Scratching is a part of a cat’s natural instinct. In fact, they do it to mark their territory, not to hurt others. There are a variety of methods you can try to prevent their scratching behavior in a destructive and harmful way. Declawing should only be considered after all other options are explored.

Why declaw your cat?

You should only consider cat declawing if you believe that your cat cannot be trained to refrain from using its claws destructively in your home, or if you feel that they pose a danger to family members. Declawing is a very painful procedure, and should only be done after careful consideration of all your options. If you choose to declaw your cat, it is recommended that they live indoors as their ability to defend themselves will be compromised.

When is the best time to declaw?

Typically, the optimal age to have your cat declawed is in the younger years, when it’s just a kitten, as they tend to recover from surgery with fewer consequences. However, it is important to communicate with your veterinarian and obtain a one-on-one evaluation to discuss the best personal age to declaw your cat to maximize recovery comfort.

How does it work?

Contact us to schedule a preliminary consultation. This consultation will provide you with important information on the procedure and recovery timeline.

Your pet’s safety and comfort are our primary concerns when performing a declaw. We use advanced pain management techniques in conjunction with anesthesia to make sure your pet is as comfortable as possible during the procedure and after they are discharged.

We believe feline onychectomy should be performed only with the medically appropriate use of anesthetics and analgesics and adherence to careful surgical and post-surgical protocols.