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Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Wet Cat Food

PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS UR Urinary with Turkey Wet Cat Food Can

Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Wet Cat Food
  • With St/Ox urinary security to reduce the risk of urinary struvite and calcium oxalate crystals and stones forming.
  • To help promote dissolution of urinary struvite stones.
  • Moderate calorie levels to help maintain ideal body weight.
Available sizes:
195g
Product overview

Features

  • With St/Ox urinary security to reduce the risk of urinary struvite and calcium oxalate crystals and stones forming.
  • To help promote dissolution of urinary struvite stones.
  • Moderate calorie levels to help maintain ideal body weight.

Complete dietetic pet food for adult and senior cats for the dissolution of struvite stones, the reduction of struvite and calcium oxalate stone recurrence, and the nutritional management of cats with lower urinary tract disease.

Ingredients & nutrition

Ingredients

Pork kidney, liver & lung
Turkey
Poultry heart & liver
Rice flour
Cellulose
Minerals
Various sugars

Calories

88.8kCals per 100g

Nutrition & Analytical Constituents

Moisture: 80.8%
Protein: 10.0%
Fat: 5%
Carbohydrate: 2.1%
Crude fibre: 0.4%
Calcium: 0.14%
Phosphorus: 0.14%
Sodium: 0.10%
Potassium: 0.26%
Magnesium: 0.02%
Chloride: 0.22%
Sulphur: 0.21%
Metabolisable energy (ME): 0.9kcal/g

Nutritional additives

mg/kg:
Taurine: 1500;
Vitamin E: 143.

RSS struvite: <1;
RSS oxalate: <10;
Urinary pH: 6-6.3.

Feeding guide

Feeding guide

See table.

Body weight (kg) Dry (g/day) Can/day Pouch/day Dry + can combined Dry + pouch combined
Dry (g/day) Can/day Dry (g/day) Pouch/day
2 30 3/4 1+1/2 10 1/2 25 1/3
3 45 1 2+1/4 20 1/2 40 1/2
4 65 1+1/2 3+1/4 15 1 45 1
5 80 1+3/4 4 35 1 60 1
6 95 2 4+3/4 50 1 75 1
7 110 2+1/3 5+1/2 65 1 90 1
8 125 2+3/4 6+1/4 80 1 105 1

 

Recommended length of time for use: For dissolution of struvite stones, an initial feeding period of 5-12 weeks is recommended. For long-term use, an initial feeding period of up to six months is recommended, but the cat should be re-evaluated regularly as indicated by the underlying condition.