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PRO PLAN VETERINARY DIETS UR (Urinary) Dry Dog Food - Pet Health Direct

PRO PLAN VETERINARY DIETS UR (Urinary) Dry Dog Food

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PURINA® PROPLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Canine UR Urinary is a highly palatable complete veterinary diet for the dissolution of struvite stones. PPVD UR is specially formulated to produce a urine that is acidic and which helps to both dissolve and minimise reoccurrence of struvite stones. It also contains moderate protein levels to minimise the availability of food for the bacteria which are commonly associated with urinary stones. PPVD UR contains nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants which help support the health of the urinary tract.
Note that PPVD UR is not suitable for dogs that are receiving urinary acidifiers. If in doubt, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

Controlled pH: specially formulated to promote healthy urine to help dissolve bladder stones and minimise the risk of them from re-forming.

Ingredients:

Maize meal, maize gluten meal, rice, dehydrated poultry protein, wheat flour, animal fat, digest, dried beet pulp, minerals, dried egg, fish oil.

Urine acidifying substance - calcium sulphate.

Analysis

Protein: 22.0 %
Fat content: 15.0 %
Crude ash: 4.5 %
Crude fibre: 1.5 %
Calcium: 0.7 %
Phosphorus: 0.6 %
Sodium: 0.2 %
Potassium: 0.7 %
Chloride: 0.7 %
Sulphur: 0.3 %
Magnesium: 0.08 %

 

Directions for use:

Feeding guide

Adult maintenance: see table.

Body weight (kg) Daily feeding quantity (g/day)
2.5 65
5 105
10 165
15 215
25 300
35 380
45 450
70 600

 

Increased water consumption can help dilute the urine and further decrease the risk of crystal formation. For dissolution of struvite stones, an initial feeding period of 5-12 weeks is recommended. For long-term use, an initial feeding period of up to 6 months is recommended, but the dog should be re-evaluated regularly as indicated by the underlying condition.