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Purina ProPlan Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Adult Dry Cat Food - Chicken 1.5kg

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595,000 LBP
Purina® proplan® veterinary diets UR St/Ox Urinary is a complete veterinary diet for cats with urinary tract conditions. UR is specially formulated to help dissolve struvite urinary crystals and stones and helps reduce the risk of urinary stones recurring (struvite and calcium oxalate). It can also help nutritionally manage feline iodiopathic cystitis by increasing water intake and encouraging the production of dilute urine. UR contains nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and natural sources of glycosaminoglycans which help support the health of the urinary tract.

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Complete dietetic pet food for adult cats for the dissolution of struvite stones and the reduction of struvite stone recurrence with urine acidifying properties and low level of magnesium. It is also specially formulated for the nutritional management of cats with lower urinary tract conditions. Composition: Maize gluten meal, dehydrated poultry protein (15%, of which 50% chicken), rice, wheat flour, maize, animal fat, minerals, dried egg, dried beet pulp, digest, fish oil.
Vit A: 33 000; Vit D3: 1 050; Vit E: 700; mg/kg: Ferrous sulphate monohydrate: 250; Calcium iodate anhydrous: 3.2; Cupric sulphate pentahydrate: 50; Manganous sulphate monohydrate: 110; Zinc sulphate monohydrate: 425; Sodium selenite: 0.29. With antioxidants. Analytical constituents: Protein: 35.0%; Fat content: 12.0%; Crude ash: 8.0% ; Crude fibres: 1.5%; Calcium: 0.8%; Phosphorous: 0.8%; Sodium: 1.2%; Potassium: 0.7%; Magnesium: 0.08%; Chloride: 2.4%; Sulphur: 0.3%; Total Taurine: 1 500 mg/kg.
Cat's weight Serving in g/day Wet + dry feeding
2kg 35g 1/3 + 25g
3kg 50g 1/2 + 40g
5kg 70g 1 + 45g
5kg 85g 1 + 60g
>5kg + 15g/kg 1+ 15 g/kg

Please note that all indications for PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS mentioned in this page are for the dietary support of cats and dogs with the listed conditions and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The VETERINARY DIETS should be used under veterinary supervision.