Hill's Prescription Diet C/D Multicare Urinary Care Chicken Dry Cat Food - 10Kg By Hills Prescription Diet
Feeding Prescription Diet C/D Multicare Feline Chicken makes it easier to effectively maintain a healthy urinary tract and reduce the risk that stones will re-occur after dissolution.
- Reduced magnesium, phosphorus and calcium to decrease urinary concentration of struvite constituents (magnesium and phosphate) and calcium oxalate constituents.
- Controlled sodium to help maintain healthy kidney function.
- Added citrate forms soluble complexes with calcium to reduce calcium oxalate formation.
- PH 6.2 - 6.4 to discourage the formation and aggregation of struvite crystals without encouraging the formation of oxalate crystals.
- Can add C/D pouches or cans for increased water content in food, which dilutes the constituents of all uroliths.
- Five formulas to choose from: Two flavours in pouches, cans and two flavours in dry.
- Added vitamin E beta-carotene to help neutralise free radicals to help combat urolithiasis.
- No added vitamin C as it is a precursor of oxalate.
- Initial nutritional management of cats with any type of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), including crystalluria and/or urolithiasis from any cause, urethral plugs and idiopathic cystitis
- Dissolution of sterile struvite stones
- Long-term nutritional management of cats prone to: Struvite, calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate crystals and uroliths, Urethral plugs, Idiopathic FLUTD.
Rice, chicken (35%) and turkey meal, wheat, maize gluten meal, animal fat, digest, minerals, fish oil, soybean oil, trace elements and beta carotene. Preservative and antioxidant.
|Omega-3 fatty acids||0.7%|
|Omega-6 fatty acids||3%|
|Vitamin A||5,790 IU/kg|
|Vitamin D||610 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||550 mg/kg|
These ranges are a starting point only, because cats' needs vary. Adjust the feeding amount to maintain the optimal body weight.
|Body weight (kg)||Grams per day|
|2||30 - 45|
|3||40 - 60|
|4||50 - 70|
|5||60 - 85|
|6||70 - 95|
|7 +||12 per kg|