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Hill's Prescription Diet includes a variety of clinically tested, therapeutic foods for treating a variety of different conditions in dogs and cats. Hill's Prescription Diet Canine u/d Urinary Care Original is a dietetic dry food used to help to dissolve urate crystals and cystine uroliths and to promote the reduction of urate, oxalate and cystine urolith crystals. This food can also be used to help with chronic kidney complaints. It only contains a small amount of quality protein to help to reduce accumulation of toxic protein-breakdown products. The food also has a lower salt content to limit fluid retention associated with kidney problems, and to keep fluid levels in early cardiac disorders under control.
Not Recommended For:
- Dissolution of urate and cystine uroliths
- Reduction of urate, oxalate and cystine uroliths formation
- Chronic kidney disease - advanced (IRIS stage 4) and for hepatic copper storage disease
- Dogs with struvite urolithiasis; for the first 1-2 weeks after surgery, or for dogs with hypoalbuminaemia, hyperlipidaemia or pancreatitis, or with a history of, or at risk of, pancreatitis
Original: Brewers rice, maize starch, animal fat, dried whole egg, cellulose, minerals, digest, flaxseed, dried beet pulp, soybean oil, trace elements, L-carnitine, vitamins, taurine and beta carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
Dry Matter: Protein 10.90%, Fat 20.50%, Carbohydrate (NFE) 63%, Fibre (crude) 2.60%, Moisture -, Calcium 0.29%, Phosphorus 0.20%, Sodium 0.24%, Potassium 0.62%, Magnesium 0.05%, Chloride 0.60%, Sulphur 0.24%, Hydroxyproline 0%, Copper 2.4 mg/kg, Sulphur amino acids 0.57%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.62%, Omega-6 fatty acids 3.27%, Taurine 0.10%, L-Carnitine 335 mg/kg, Vitamin A 13838 IU/kg, Vitamin D 703 IU/kg, Vitamin E 649 mg/kg, Beta-carotene 1.60 mg/kg.
Body Weight (kg): Dry Grams
2kg: 45 - 60g
3kg: 60 - 85g
4kg: 75 - 105g
5kg: 90 - 125g
6kg: 105 -140g
7kg: 115 - 160g
Adjust values to maintain optimal body weight.
Fresh drinking water should be available to your pet at all times. Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your dog.