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Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Dry Cat Food

PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS NF Renal Function Dry Cat Food

Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Dry Cat Food
  • Low level of phosphorus to help slow the progression of renal disease.
  • Restricted but high quality proteins to help minimise the loss of muscle and toxins formation.
  • High palatability to help achieve patient compliance, essential in renal patients with reduced appetite.
Available sizes:
1.5kg
5kg
Product overview

Features

  • Low level of phosphorus to help slow the progression of renal disease.
  • Restricted but high quality proteins to help minimise the loss of muscle and toxins formation.
  • High palatability to help achieve patient compliance, essential in renal patients with reduced appetite.

Complete dietetic pet food for adult and senior cats for the support of renal function in cases of chronic renal insufficiency.

Ingredients & nutrition

Ingredients

Maize*
Rice*
Soya meal*
Wheat flour*
Wheat gluten meal*
Animal fat
Dehydrated poultry protein*
Digest*
Maize gluten meal*
Dried egg*
Pea fibre
Dried beet pulp
Minerals
Fish oil
Yeast

* Protein sources.

Calories

361kCals per 100g

Nutrition & Analytical Constituents

Moisture: 6.5%
Protein: 26%
Fat: 12.5%
— Omega-6 fatty acids: 1.36%
— Omega-3 fatty acids: 0.3%
Carbohydrate: 47%
Crude fibre: 3%
Calcium: 0.7%
Phosphorus: 0.5%
Potassium: 0.9%
Sodium: 0.2%
Magnesium: 0.11%
Metabolisable energy (ME): 3.80kcal/g

Nutritional additives

IU/kg:
Vit. E: 560.

mg/kg:
Taurine: 1400.

Feeding guide

Feeding guide

ADULT MAINTENANCE: see table.

Body weight (kg) Daily feeding quantity
Dry only (g/day) Dry + can combined Dry + pouch combined
Dry (g/day) Can/day Dry (g/day) Pouch/day
2 30 15 1/4 15 1/2
3 45 15 1/2 20 1
4 65 30 1/2 35 1
5 80 15 1 55 1
6 95 35 1 40 2
7 110 50 1 55 2
8 125 65 1 65 2

For each additional 1 kg of body weight, feed an additional ¼ of can per day when only wet food, and 15 g of dry food when only dry food fed.

A gradual transition to a new diet may be especially helpful in cats with CKD. Cats with CKD that remain inappetant or anorexic cats should be assessed for nausea. Warming the product to room temperature can enhance palatability for cats with a fussy appetite, and Fortiflora® may be used as a palatability enhancer.