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Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Dry Dog Food

PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS UR Urinary Dry Dog Food

Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Dry Dog Food
  • Dissolution of sterile struvite stones.
  • Promotes an acidic urine to help reduce urinary struvite stone formation and promote dissolution.
  • Moderate protein to help minimise substrate availability for urease-producing bacteria.
  • Highly palatable for long term feeding.
  • Controlled pH: formulated to promote an acidic urine.
Available sizes:
3kg
12kg
Product overview

Features

  • Dissolution of sterile struvite stones.
  • Promotes an acidic urine to help reduce urinary struvite stone formation and promote dissolution.
  • Moderate protein to help minimise substrate availability for urease-producing bacteria. 
  • Highly palatable for long term feeding.
  • Controlled pH: formulated to promote an acidic urine.

Complete dietetic pet food for adult and senior dogs for the dissolution and prevention of recurrence of struvite stones.

Ingredients & nutrition

Ingredients

Corn
Wheat flour
Dried poultry protein
Rice
Pork fat
Corn protein meal
Digest
Dried beet pulp
Dried egg
Minerals
Fish oil
Urine acidifying substances: calcium sulphate, phosphoric acid.

Calories

372.5kCals per 100g

Nutrition & Analytical Constituents

Protein: 22%
Fat content: 15%
Crude ash: 4.9%
Crude fibre: 1.5%
Calcium: 0.7%
Phosphorus: 0.7%
Potassium: 0.7%
Chloride: 0.7%
Sulphur: 0.3%
Sodium: 0.2%
Magnesium: 0.08%

Nutritional additives

IU/kg:
Vit A: 30 000
Vit D3: 1 000
Vit E: 350

mg/kg:
Iron (II) sulphate monohydrate: (Fe: 170)
Calcium iodate anhydrous: (I:2.7)
Copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate: (Cu:18)
Manganous sulphate monohydrate: (Mn:64)
Zinc sulphate monohydrate: (Zn: 160)
Sodium selenite: (Se: 0.18)

Feeding guide

Feeding guide

Adult maintenance: see table.

Body weight (kg) Daily feeding quantity (g/day)
2.5 65
5 105
10 165
15 215
25 300
35 380
45 450
70 600

 

Increased water consumption can help dilute the urine and further decrease the risk of crystal formation. 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 6 months is recommended, but the dog should be re-evaluated regularly as indicated by the underlying condition.