Protect Urinary is a complete dietetic food for dogs with particular nutritional needs “Reduction of oxalate stones formation”. “Reduction of struvite stone recurrence”.
- AGE : Adult
- CHARACTERISTICS : Urinary problems
- WEIGHT : Any weight
PREVENTS OXALATE CALCIUM STONES - URINARY COMFORT
Formula with low level of oxalates and an optimal ion balance, potassium citrate, ammonium chloride to reduce the development of urinary stones (struvites, oxalates) and to maintain an ideal urinary pH
Heather, lime, elderberries, bearberry, cranberry for a proper urinary function
Meadowsweet, Canadian horseweed, for a urinary comfort
Dehydrated animal proteins (17% min.) (chicken, duck, turkey, pork). Rice. Duck fat. Peas. Potato starch. Corn gluten. Corn. Dehulled oats. Apple fibres. Egg. Animal protein hydrolysates. Linseed. Broad bean fibres. Sea salt. Fish oil. Fish autolysates (1%). Brewer’s yeast. Clay. Potassium citrate. Ammonium chloride. Methionine. Dicalcium phosphate. Fructo-oligosaccharides. Potassium chloride. Heather. Lime. Canadian horseweed. Meadowsweet. Elderberries. Bearberry. Calcium sulphate. Cranberry. Rosemary extracts. Vitamins and trace elements.
Urine alkalising substances: potassium citrate (0.5%). Urine acidifying substances: ammonium chloride. Low level of calcium oxalate.
Content by volume
Crude protein 27 %. Crude fat 16 %. Crude fibres 3 %. Inorganic matter 7.5 %. Calcium 0.85 %. Phosphorus 0.7 %. Sodium 0.75 %. Potassium 1.1 %. Magnesium 0.08 %. Linoleic acid 22.1 g/kg. Alpha-linolenic acid 6.2 g/kg. EPA + DHA 2.7 g/kg. Lysin 10.9 g/kg. Methionine 8.8 g/kg. Copper 18,3 mg/kg. Zinc 176 mg/kg (including zinc chelate 72 mg/kg). Manganese 68 mg/kg. Iodine 2.8 mg/kg. Selenium 0.5 mg/kg (of which organic selenium 0.18 mg/kg). Vitamin A 12000 UI. Vitamin D3 785 UI. Vitamin E 300 UI. Vitamin B1 74 mg/kg. Vitamin B2 9 mg/kg. Pantothenic acid 37 mg/kg. Vitamin B6 8.4 mg/kg. Vitamin B12 0.2 mg/kg. Vitamin PP 28 mg/kg. Biotin 2.1 mg/kg. Folic acid 1.9 mg/kg. Choline chloride 1725 mg/kg. Metabolisable energy 3787 kcal/kg.
26% of the whole of dehydrated animal proteins contained in the food correspond to 49% in fresh equivalent. The fresh equivalent consists of the rehydration of the dehydrated animal products knowing that they contain to the maximum 6% of water whereas the fresh animal products have 75% of it
Serve the food gradually during the transition from the pet's previous food, straight from the bag or rehydrated according to the rationing table printed on the bag. Daily amounts need to be adjusted according to the animal's breed, weight and activity. Provide plenty of drinking water. To obtain the best results, ensure that the recommended daily quantities are complied with and do not give the animal any other food. It is recommended that advice from a veterinarian be sought before use or before extending the period of use.
Recommended length of time: Initially up to 6 months.
Storage precautions: to preserve the food's qualities, store in a cool, dark and dry place.