Complete dietary food for adult dogs with struvite disorders
Urinary Struvite is dietary food, specially formulated to prevent the formation of struvite crystals. Struvite is a common but well treatable condition. Urinary Struvite lowers the urine pH, preventing the formation of struvite crystals. In combination with the lowered mineral content (magnesium), the reoccurrence is further reduced.
Reocurring struvite formation
Gestation and lactation
Dogs that currently receive a full dose of urinary acidifiers
Urate, cystine and calcium oxalate urolithiasis
The low potassium level will help to keep the urine pH at low levels.
Magnesium is at a safe low level, ensuring that long term preventive use causes no risk of hypomagnesemia.
Limits the uptake of minerals that lead to the formation of struvite.
It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion is sought before use. The recommended duration of use for Urinary Struvite is up to 6 months. After extending the period of use, Urinary Struvite can be fed for life as a complete dietary food.
Wheat, lard, corn gluten, poultry meal, rice, poultry liver (hydrolysate), ammonium chloride, calcium chloride, minerals and trace elements, yeast, sodium chloride, inulin.
Average analysis (per kg)
Fat content18.5 %
Inorganic matter6.5 %
Crude fibre1.7 %
Vitamin A25000 IU/kg
Vitamin D32000 IU/kg
Vitamin E150 mg/kg
Vitamin C200 mg/kg
Calcium (Ca)0.90 %
Phosphorous (P)0.50 %
Sodium (Na)0.30 %
Potassium (K)0.30 %
Chloride (Cl)2.10 %
Magnesium (Mg)0.07 %
Sulphur (S)0.20 %
Ammonium chloride1.50 procent
Energy: 16.1MJ/kg - 3861 kcal/kg
Feeding advice (grams per day)
Body weight (kg)5 10 20 30 40 50 60
Min (grams) 90 150 235 330 415 485 555
Max (grams) 110 180285 405 500 590 685