complete dietetic pet food for cats suffering from urinary tract stones (calcium oxalate)
Prolife Urinary Oxalate is a complete dietary solution for cats showing symptoms caused by calcium oxalate stones. Its low content in calcium and vitamin D helps preventing the formation of calcium oxalate stones. By favouring diuresis, it also favours the expelling of stones and decreases the concentration of the ions responsible for the formation and growth of calcium oxalates. Blueberry may help preventing the development of cystitis.
28.3% rice, 16.9% dehydrated chicken meat, corn, greaves, 12.6% chicken fat, hydrolysed chicken and pork protein, corn gluten, 1.5% salmon oil, minerals, 0.65% LG MAX® dried seaweed (Schizochytrium limacinum), 0.2% Nupro® yeast - high concentration of nucleotides, 0.05% blueberries.
˅ Analytical constituentes
30% protein, 20% fat content, 5.7% inorganic matter, 1.3% crude fibre, 0.85% calcium, 0.80% phosphorus, 0.65% omega-3 fatty acids, 3.49% omega-6 fatty acids, 0.09% magnesium, 0.60% potassium, 0.38% sodium, 0.76% chloride, 0.20% sulphur, D vitamin 1,100 IU, 1% Hydroxyproline.
˅ Additives (kg): Nutritional additives
Vitamin A 18,400 IU, vitamin D3 1,190 IU, vitamin E (3a700) 550mg, vitamin B1 7mg, vitamin B2 5.60mg, calcium D-pantothenate 11.20mg, vitamin B6 (3a831) 4.20mg, vitamin B12 0.11mg, vitamin C (3a300) 35mg, vitamin K 0.70mg, niacin (3a314) 35mg, folic acid (3a316) 0.70mg, biotin 0.35mg, choline chloride (3a890) 2,870mg, taurine 1,000mg, cupric sulphate, pentahydrate 22.40mg, copper amino acid chelate, hydrated 28mg, manganous sulphate monohydrate 54.69mg, coated granulated calcium iodate, anhydrous (3b203) 1.08mg, zinc oxide 116.67mg, zinc amino acid chelate, hydrated 186.67mg, organic selenium (3b8.10) 45.65mg.
Low concentration of calcium and vitamin D - Help to reduce the formation of a base of calcium oxalate stones
Controlled energy intake - To reduce the increase in weight
Moderate sodium intake - To increase the dilution of the urine
Blueberry - It may help prevent the development of cystitis
REDUCTION OF OXALATE STONE FORMATION - Low concentration of calcium and vitamin D. Urine alkalinizing properties
Calcium/phosphorus ratio 1.1
Metabolizable energy 3,720 kcal/kg
˅ Recommended daily ration
|adult cat||1-2 kg||20 - 30 g|
|adult cat||3-4 kg||40 - 50 g|
|adult cat||5-7 kg||60 - 75 g|
|adult cat||8-11 kg||80 - 100 g|
|cats in gestation||1-3 kg||40 - 80 g|
|cats in gestation||4-6 kg||95 - 125 g|
|lactating cats (3-4 kittens)||1-3 kg||50 - 115 g|
|lactating cats (3-4 kittens)||4-6 kg||150 - 205 g|
Recommended period of use: Up to 6 months. It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before use or before extending the period of use. Water should be available at will. The amounts shown in the table represent the directions and can be adjusted depending on the cat and its pathology.