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For Dogs


Meat and animal derivatives, cereals, oils and fats, eggs and egg derivatives, various sugars, minerals. Protein sources : liver, heart, maize, egg powder, rice, turkey


Maize*, rice*, dried egg*, dried whey*, animal fat, sugar, digest*, dried beet pulp*, minerals, soya oil, fish oil.
* Protein sources. Urine alkalising substance: calcium carbonate


Analytical constituents: Moisture 72%
Protein 5.4%
Fat content 7.6%
Crude ash 1.8%
Crude fibres 0.3%
Calcium 0.22%
Phosphorus 0.11%
Potassium 0.45%
Sodium 0.08%
Linoleic acid 0.9%


Analytical constituents: Protein: 13.0 %
Fat content: 14.5 %
Crude ash: 4.5 %
Crude fibres: 2.0 %
Calcium: 0.75 %
Phosphorus: 0.4 %
Sodium: 0.2 %
Potassium: 0.8 %
Omega 3 fatty acids: 0.4 %
Omega 6 fatty acids: 2.5 %
Total sulphur amino acids: 0.67 %




3kg, 12kg

NF Renal Function

What are the signs of kidney disease in dogs?

As the kidneys become damaged, they lose their ability to remove waste products, which accumulate in the body causing various signs including loss of appetite. The dog also loses the ability to concentrate its urine and starts producing larger volumes of urine, increasing the risk of dehydration, and drinking more to compensate. Weight loss is also common. The earlier the disease is identified, the more effective the treatment will be.

A correct diet is at least as important as any medication in helping to control the condition, to slow its progression and to help your dog achieve a good quality of life.

Reducing dietary phosphorus is key to slowing the progression of Chronic Kidney Disease. Optimising the amount and type of protein can also help improve quality of life of dogs by helping minimise signs, whilst still providing energy and helping to maintain healthy muscles, organs and immune function.

Dogs with Chronic Kidney Disease often have poor appetites so PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Canine NF Renal Function is highly palatable and encourages your dog to eat despite a reduced appetite.

Available in 3kg and 12kg bags, and 400g cans

Benefits of feeding PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Canine NF Renal Function to your dog:

  • Dietary phosphate restriction: To help support kidney function and slow progression of Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Restricted but high quality protein: To help reduce the build-up of toxins in the body and therefore improve quality of life
  • Omega-3 fatty acids: To help reduce high blood pressure in the kidneys and help support natural anti-inflammatory processes.

If you have any questions about PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS or any other aspect of pet nutrition, please contact our PetCare Team on 0800 212 161 Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm. Our dedicated team of vet nurses, pet care professionals and customer service experts will be happy to help. Alternatively you can click here to contact us online.

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

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