Advance Veterinary Diets Feline Urinary
Helps prevent and control relapses of stones made up from struvite and oxalate crystals. It also helps to improve symptoms associated with the idiopathic cystitis.
Features & Benefits
Optimum concentration of sodium chloride and potassium
Increase of urine (to protect the bladder mucosa in cases of FIC) and lower the concentration of calculogenic ions in the urine.
Moderate acidification of urine pH (pH = 6.0-6.3)
Reduces the formation of struvite stones and crystals. Also helps dissolution.
Incorporation of phytates and citrate into the formula
Inhibition of the formation of crystals in the urinary tract.
Moderate content of magnesium and stone-developing minerals
Reduction of the precipitation capacity of calcium oxalate and struvite in the urine.
Optimum potassium levels
Compensation for losses through glomerular filtration.
Incorporation of chondroitin sulfate-glucosamine (GAG)
Helps recovery from GAG (Glucosaminoglycans) deficit in the urinary mucosa.
Controlled calorie content
Permits an ad libitum nutrition without causing excess weight in patients that are sterilized and have little physical activity.