The urinary tract in cats are very sensitive and common condition of the felines is the inflammation of the bladder or urinary tract inflammations of the vas deferens. When forming urinary tract stones as struvite or oxalate stones, you need to change the power supply by switching to a special diet.
Purina Veterinary Diets Feline UR - Urinary is a special dietary food it takes to dissolve existing calculations of the urinary tract and as a prophylaxis, which prevents the reformation
The recipe also urine acidifying properties and promotes the intake of water. Thus the volume of urine increases, which counteracts the re-formation of struvite and calcium oxalate stones.
- opposes the reformation of bladder stones
- It contributes to the dissolution of struvite stones and existing oxalate
- It encourages the intake of water and increases the volume of urine
- It contributes to acidification of urine
- Urinary tract diseases
- calculations of struvite and oxalate, for dissolution and prophylaxis
Meat and animal derivatives (of which chicken 4%), fish and fish by-products, minerals, cereals, sugars
vitamin A (33,000 IU / kg), vitamin D (1,050 IU / kg), vitamin E (700 IU / kg), of iron sulphate monohydrate (250 mg / kg), anhydrous calcium iodate (3.2 mg / kg) , copper sulphate pentahydrate (50 mg / kg), manganese sulfate monohydrate (110 mg / kg), zinc sulfate monohydrate (425 mg / kg), sodium selenite (0.29 mg / kg). With antioxidants.
RATION DAILY MAIL AND METHOD 'FOR USE:
Recommended use for long periods: for the dissolution of struvite stones is recommended an initial period of 5-12 weeks of dosing. For long-term use, we recommend an initial dose up to six months, but it is appropriate that the cat is regularly visited by the condition below.
|Key nutritional values||dried*||humid**|
|Oils and fats||12%||5,3%|
|taurine||1500 mg/kg||1200 mg/kg|
|Additives urine acidifying||acido fosforico||solfato di calcio|
|Vitamin A||33000 UI/kg||980 UI/kg|
|Vitamin D3||1050 UI/kg||130 UI/kg|
|Vitamin E||700 UI/kg||250 UI/kg|
|Fe (E1)||250 mg/kg||28 mg/kg|
|I (E2)||3,2 mg/kg||0,55 mg/kg|
|Cu (E4)||50 mg/kg||3,5 mg/kg|
|Mn (E5)||110 mg/kg||5,1 mg/kg|
|Zn (E6)||425 mg/kg||70 mg/kg|
|Se (E8)||0,29 mg/kg||0,046 mg/kg|
* with antioxidants
** with preservatives
|Recommended dose for adult cats|
(G / day)
|Mix wet-dry||Mix Dry - Damp Envelope|
|g / day||Envelope/|
|g / day|