Hill's Prescription Diet Feline s/d
Hills Prescription Diet Feline S/D for the Nutritional Management of Pets with Struvite Related Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD).
FLUTD is a problem often involving the formation of mineral-based crystals and stones in your cats urinary tract that can cause a variety of painful symptoms, including obstruction. Struvite and oxalate are the two most common crystals that form in a cats urinary tract.
Hills Prescription Diet Feline S/D was developed to provide nutritional management of cats with struvite-related FLUTD. Struvite crystals and stones form as a result of urine that is over-burdened with magnesium, ammonium and phosphorus as well as an alkaline urinary pH.
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
Struvite uroliths dissolution.
Energy - Increased - Reduces food intake and thereby mineral intake.
Magnesium Phosphorus Protein - Reduced - Decreases urinary concentration of struvite constituents,magnesium and phosphate.
Calcium - Reduced - Reduces the risk of calcium oxalate forming.
Target urinary pH Acid: pH 5.9-6.1 - Increases the solubility of struvite.
Vitamin E Beta-carotene - High - Reduces harmful free radicals to help combat urolithiasis. Vitamin C is not supplemented because it is a precursor of oxalate and may increase the risk of calcium oxalate formation with diets for struvite dissolution.
Ground rice, chicken and turkey meal, animal fat, maize gluten meal, digest, dried whole egg, potassium citrate, potassium chloride, salt, DL-methionine, taurine, vitamins and trace elements. Contains EU approved antioxidant.
Not recommended for Kittens, Pregnant or lactating queens, First 1-2 weeks after surgery, Cats concurrently receiving urinary acidifiers, Feeding long term without monitoring acid-base status (because of urine acidifying properties), Cats with non-struvite uroliths or Cats with kidney disease, hypokalaemia, metabolic acidosis, heart failure or hypertension.
By purchasing Hill's Prescription Diet Feline S/D, you confirm your pet has been examined by a vet who has recommended the use of this food on the basis of examination and diagnosis. You understand it is recommended while your pet is being fed Hill's Prescription Diet Feline S/D, you seek veterinary advice at least every 6 months regarding the usage of this food and the on-going care of your pet. Should your pet's condition deteriorate in any way while using Hill's Prescription Diet Feline S/D seek immediate veterinary advice.
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Our cat has not had any problems with his bladder since starting this two years ago! Excellent product!
i'm sure this is helping my cat but considering how expensive this product is there should really be a variety of flavours e.g. a variety pack. at the moment i can only find 24 cans of liver flavour. my cat got bored two weeks ago and is hardly eating it. this really needs to be looked at.
As a loving and doting pet owner, its a major worry when your vet tells you that your animal requires specialist foods in order to keep them healthy.
I guess we are no different to lots of people in applying a cost is no problem when it comes to caring for our much loved pet, but when you see just how much the vet then charges you for the prescription food then it can become a problem when living on a budget with a young family.
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EXCELLENT CHOICE WHEN YOUR CAT HAS BLADDER STONES WORKS QUICKLY