Complete dietary dry food for cats. Thanks to the low concentration of magnesium and its acidifying properties in urine, it is indicated for the dissolution of struvite-based stones and for the reduction of recurrence of struvite stones. It is also indicated for diseases of the lower urinary tract of felines.
INGREDIENTS: micronized rice, dehydrated chicken and turkey, soy protein isolate, wheat gluten, maize gluten, dehydrated herring, corn, animal fat (lard), vegetable fat (soybean and sunflower oil), dried beet pulp, cornmeal micronized dried carob beans, fructooligosaccharides (FOS), mineral salts, fish oil, animal protein hydrolyzate, vegetable fibers, whole egg powder, polyphenols, linseed, taurine, marine cartilage (glucosaminoglycans).
|crude oils and fats
|Iron carbonate (Iron)
|Copper Sulphate pentahydrate (Copper)
|Manganese oxide (Manganese)
|Zinc oxide (Zinc)
|Anhydrous calcium iodate (Jodio)
|Sodium selenite (Selenium)
Selected protein sources: dehydrated chicken and turkey, soy protein isolate, wheat gluten, corn gluten, dehydrated herring, whole egg powder.
Sodium (0,46%), Calcium (0,84%), Magnesium (0,09%), Sulfur (0,53%), Potassium (0,78%), Phosphorus (0,60%), Chlorides (0,99%), Vitamin D (tot. 800 U.I./Kg
Taurine: (tot. 0,25%)
Urine acidifiers: calcium sulphate (0,50%)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT USE AND DOSES OF USE:
The "URINARY" dietary dry food must be administered as it is or slightly moistened according to the recommended dose in the table to achieve optimal weight, always leaving fresh and clean water available to the cat.
Recommended period of use: Use “URINARY” from 5 to 12 weeks for dissolution and up to 6 months in case of reduction of recurrence of struvite stones. Seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use.
|weight of the cat(kg)
|dose of food (g) adult in activity / growth
|dose of food (g) adult in maintenance
The doses may vary according to the season, breed and individual physical condition. However, follow the advice of your veterinarian.