Urinary Struvite

Complete dietetic pet food for cats suffering from urinary tract stones (struvite).

Prolife Urinary Struvite is the complete dietary solution for cats suffering from struvite stones. The low sodium content supports renal activity, and the controlled calories content reduces the risk of developing obesity, a possible concause of FLUTD. Vitamin E exercises an antioxidation action that helps limiting the oxidizing action of free radicals.

˅ Composition

36% fresh chicken meat, 14% fresh beef meat, 5% rice, 3% blueberries, minerals, cellulose , 0.5% salmon oil, chicory (0.02% FOS), 0.1% mannan-oligosaccharides.

˅ Analytical constituentes

7.7% protein, 6.7% fat content, 0.3% crude fibre, 2% inorganic matter, 80% moisture, 0.23% calcium, 0.21% phosphorus, 0.13% magnesium, 0.17% potassium, 0.21% sodium, 0.02% omega-3 fatty acids, 0.015% omega-6 fatty acids, 0.72% chlorides, 0.18% sulphur.

˅ Additives (kg): Nutritional additives

5,000 IU vitamin A, 150 IU vitamin D3, 30mg vita¬min E (3a700), 15mg zinc sulphate, monohydrated, 3mg manganous sulphate, monohydrate, 0.75mg calcium iodate, anhydrous, 600mg taurine, 0.03mg organic selenium (3b8.10). Technological additives: 1,500mg ammonium chloride.

Urine-acidifying properties and moderate magnesium content - Help reducing the formation of struvite stones
High humidity rate - Increases urine dilution
Reduced protein supply - Helps reducing the formation and aggregation of struvite crystals

Metabolizable energy:
104 kcal ME/kg (440 MJ/kg ME) average value
1,040 kcal ME/kg (4.4 MJ/kg ME) per kilogram dry matter

˅ Recommended daily ration

weight of cat Daily amount
(distributed in at least 2 meals)
2-3 kg 190-240 g
4-5 kg 240-290 g
6-8 kg 290-310 g
9-10 kg 310-700 g

Recommended period of use: From 5 to 12 weeks, for a maximum of 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.