Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1

3 kg
Dietetic Urinary dry food for cats, to dissolve struvite stones, uric acidifying, adapted mineral content, protein-rich & tasty, low-allergen recipe without wheat & soya...further information
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Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1
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3 kg 1583383.0
€55.49
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Product description

Dietetic Urinary dry food for cats, to dissolve struvite stones, uric acidifying, adapted mineral content, protein-rich & tasty, low-allergen recipe without wheat & soya

Virbac Vet HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1 is a complete veterinary food for adult cats designed to dissolve struvite stones.

The dietary dry food has uric acidifying properties to promote an acidic pH of the urine. This can promote the breakdown of existing urinary stones. In addition, an adjusted mineral content can help to reduce the components of struvite in the urine. Virbac Veterinary HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1 is rich in protein and particularly tasty, making it a favourite with many velvet paws.

Virbac Vet HPM Cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1 at a glance:
  • Dietary complete food for cats to dissolve struvite stones
  • Urinary acidifying: contributes to acidic urine pH, promoting the dissolution of existing struvite crystals
  • Adjusted mineral content: low in magnesium, for the formation of urine undersaturated for struvite
  • Richin protein : mainly from animal sources, for a species-appropriate diet
  • Increased fluid intake: high protein and sodium content can promote increased water intake by the cat; this increases the volume and frequency of urination
  • Chitosan: phosphate binding properties
  • Free from wheat, gluten, maize, soya, eggs and beef
  • Tasty recipe: high acceptance by many cats

General advice
  • It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the feeding period.
  • While feeding a diet food, you should visit your pet veterinarian regularly for check-ups.
  • If your pet's health deteriorates, you must seek veterinary advice immediately.

Ingredients

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Ingredients / composition
Dehydrated pork and poultry protein, potato starch, hydrolysed pork and poultry protein, animal fat, minerals, peas, bean shells, rice, dried beet pulp, linseed, brewer's yeast, fish oil, lignocellulose, psyllium fibre (Plantago (L.) spp.), fructo-oligosaccharides, hydrolysed crustaceans (source of chitosan), chondroitin sulphate, lactobacillus acidophilus.

Additives
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (17,000 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (1,700 IU/kg), vitamin E (610 IU/kg), copper (12 mg/kg), zinc (110 mg/kg), iodine (0.4 mg/kg), taurine (2,460 mg/kg), L-carnitine (540 mg/kg).
Binding agent: bentonite (5 g/kg).

Zootechnical additives:
Ammonium chloride (2 g/kg), antioxidants.

Analytical constituents

protein44.0 %
fat16.0 %
fibre4.0 %
ash7.5 %
carbohydrates23.0 %
calcium0.65 %
phosphorus0.65 %
magnesium0.08 %
chloride1.8 %
potassium0.7 %
sodium1.3 %
starch15.0 %
calories that can be burned397.0 kcal
DHA fatty acid0.3 %
sulphur 0.7 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation / Feeding guide
Virbac Vet HPM cat Urology Struvite Dissolution U1 is a dietary complete food for cats.
Body weight Overweight Normal weight Underweight
2 kg 20 g 20 g 25 g
3 kg 30 g 35 g 35 g
4 kg 40 g 45 g 50 g
5 kg 50 g 55 g 60 g
6 kg 60 g 65 g 75 g
7 kg 70 g 75 g 85 g
8 kg 80 g 85 g 95 g
9 kg 85 g 100 g 110 g
10 kg 95 g 110 g 120 g

Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water!
Recommended feeding duration: 5 - 12 weeks. It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before using or extending the feeding duration.