PURINA® PROPLAN® VETERINARY DIETS UR St/Ox Urinary is a complete veterinary diet for cats with urinary tract conditions. UR is specially formulated to help dissolve struvite urinary crystals and stones and helps reduce the risk of urinary stones recurring (struvite and calcium oxalate). It can also help nutritionally manage feline iodiopathic cystitis by increasing water intake and encouraging the production of dilute urine. UR contains nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and natural sources of glycosaminoglycans which help support the health of the urinary tract.
- With St/Ox urinary security to reduce the risk of urinary struvite and oxalate crystals and stone formation
- Promotes dissolution of urinary struvite stones
- Moderate calorie to help maintain ideal body weight, as obesity is a risk factor for urinary conditions
Veterinary Clinical Nutrition
| International Society of Feline Medicine
ISFM recognises PURINA's nutritional contribution to feline well-being.
Adult cats aged 1+ years with urinary tract conditions.
PLEASE NOTE: Not suitable for pregnant queens, growing kittens and cats with chronic kidney disease. If in doubt, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Meat and Animal Derivatives (of which Chicken 4%), Cereals, Minerals, Various Sugars
|Urine acidifying substance: calcium sulphate, sodium bisulphate
Drinking water should always be available. The feeding amounts below are recommended as a guideline only. Ask your vet how much you should be feeding your individual pet.
The recommended length of time for use is up to 6 months. It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before use or before extending the period of use.
||1 + 15g
||3 + 10g
||3 + 45g
*For every additional kg of body weight, feed an additional 15g of dry food per day.
Please note that all indications for PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS mentioned in this page are for the dietary support of cats and dogs with the listed conditions and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The VETERINARY DIETS should be used under veterinary supervision.