Urinary Care helps maintain urinary tract health in healthy adult cats (1-7 years old), with measurable scientifically proven results.
Crystals are naturally found in a cat’s urine. Factors like poor hydration and poor mineral balance in their daily food intake can cause urinary crystals to form into stones. This in turn can lead to urinary tract health issues. The right food fed exclusively every day can be an effective way to help reduce the risk of urinary stones forming.
With exclusive use, Urinary Care helps control the balance of mineral levels as well as reducing urinary pH. This leads to less concentrated urine, which helps promote a healthy urinary system. This exclusive formula creates a urinary environment less favourable for the formation of urinary crystals.Royal Canin internal study, 2014 - Compared to a maintenance feed for cats - Specifically proven for struvite crystals.
Encourage your cat to drink more water:Higher daily water intake results in an increased urine volume and dilution, which is beneficial for urinary tract health in cats.Should you have any doubt or any questions about your cat’s urinary health, please consult your veterinarian.
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Crude ash (%)- 6.6Starch (%)- 29.9Lutein (mg/kg)- 5.0Dietary fibre (%)- 12.0Linoleic acid (%)- 3.12Arachidonic acid (%)- 0.06Biotin (mg/kg)- 2.94Nitrogen-free extract (NFE) (%)- 36.9Methionine Cystine (%)- 1.4DL-methionine (%)- 0.87Metabolisable energy calculated according to NRC 2006 (kcal/kg)- 3,759.0Magnesium (%)- 0.07Sodium (%)- 0.7Manganese (mg/kg)- 63.0Iodine (mg/kg)- 4.1Selenium (mg/kg)- 0.25Potassium (%)- 0.7Copper (mg/kg)- 15.0Chloride (%)- 1.14Folic acid (mg/kg)- 11.3Choline (mg/kg)- 2,900.0Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid (mg/kg)- 49.9Vitamin B3 Niacin (mg/kg)- 136.5Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (mg/kg)- 38.2Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (mg/kg)- 0.13Arginine (%)- 1.55L-lysine (%)- 0.96