Royal Canin Vet Diet Urinary S/O Dogs
Royal Canin Urinary Wet Dog Food for adult dogs of all breeds and sizes.
For the dissolution of struvite uroliths or the elimination of a urinary infection, it is necessary to administer Urinary Canine for a period of 5 to 12 weeks. To avoid possible relapse, Urinary Canine should be administered for at least 1 month after a negative urine bacteriological culture has been obtained.
Urinary S/O Canine helps effectively dissolve struvite stones. An acidified urinary pH is unfavorable for the development of bacteria, which are usually associated with struvite stones.
Unsaturated urine creates an environment where stones cannot grow. This prevents the development of struvite and oxalate stones.
Urinary dilution decreases the concentration of struvite and oxalate stones. An increased urine volume also contributes to bladder maintenance.
Magnesium is a component of struvite stones (magnesium ammonium phosphate uroliths).
A moderate increase in sodium content causes urine dilution and, together with its acidification, guarantees effective prevention of struvite stones, also creating an unfavorable environment for the formation of calcium oxalate stones.
Urinary Canine is indicated for the primary treatment of stones prior to their identification.
Indicated in cases such as:
Dissolution of struvite stones.
Management of recurrences of struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis.
In older dogs it is recommended that a check of renal function be performed prior to administration of Urinary Canine.
Gestation, lactation, growth.
chronic renal failure, metabolic acidosis.
Use of urine acidifying drugs.
Pancreatitis or a history of episodes of pancreatitis.
Rice, corn flour, dehydrated poultry proteins, animal fats, wheat flour, minerals, hydrolyzed animal proteins, corn gluten, powdered cellulose, wheat gluten, dehydrated egg, fish oil, soybean oil, dehydrated tomato (source of lycopene), fructo-oligosaccharides, crustacean hydrolyzate (source of glucosamine), marigold extract (source of lutein), cartilage hydrolyzate (source of chondroitin). Protein sources: dehydrated poultry proteins, hydrolyzed animal proteins, corn gluten, wheat gluten, dehydrated egg.
Vitamin A 15500 KIU/KG Vitamin D3 1000 IU/kg Chloride 0.42mg /kg
Copper 14 mg/kg Iodine 5.3 mg/kg Magnesium 0.012%
Zinc 145 mg/kg Iron 60 mg/kg Taurine 0.1%
Calcium 0.22% Potassium 0.18% Sulfur 0.17%
DL-Methionine 0.03% Manganese 67 mg/kg Selenium 0.11 mg/kg
Proteins 10% Fats 3.5% Fibers 1% Ashes 1.8% Calcium 0.25 %
Phosphorus 0.19 % Moisture 80%