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Eukanuba Veterinary Diets Urinary Struvite Cat Food

  • Dry » 1.5kg Bag £10.99

Eukanuba Urinary Struvite Formula is a diet designed to nutritionally manage struvite related FLUTD. Struvite Urinary Formula increases the acidity of your cat's urine and reduces the mineral concentration, making struvite crystals less likely form. It also provides nutrients to support overall health and well-being.

Recommended for

  • Management of urinary crystal formation
  • Conditions that may benefit from a lower urinary pH
  • Helping maintain a healthy body weight (moderate fat and calorie levels)


  • Urinary acidifiers - help lower urinary pH to 6.4 or below to help inhibit struvite crystal formation
  • Low dietary magnesium - helps inhibit the formation of struvite crystals
  • Targeted omega-6: omega-3 fatty acid ratio - helps nutritionally manage inflammation at the cellular level
  • Moderate fat and calorie levels - to help maintain a healthy weight
  • High quality animal-based protein - helps maintain muscle mass
  • Vitamin E - an antioxidant to help maintain a strong immune system
  • Beet pulp - moderately fermentable fibre that produces butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid (SCFA), which is a preferential energy source for the enterocytes and promotes intestinal health


Dry formula

Maize grits, Dried Chicken and Turkey, animal fat, dried whole egg, fish meal, dried beet pulp, chicken digest, potassium chloride, calcium chloride (0.4%), fish oil, brewer’s dried yeast.

Wet formula

Chicken liver, chicken, rice, white fish, chicken meal, dried whole egg, dried beet pulp, calcium carbonate, fish oil, potassium chloride, brewer’s dried yeast, tricalcium phosphate, sodium chloride.


Nutrient/Ingredient Dry formula Wet formula
Protein 33.0% 10.5%
Fat Content 16.5% 6.0%
Omega-6 fatty acids 2.50% 0.75%
Omega-3 fatty acids 0.35% 0.15%
Crude Ash 7.00% 1.40%
Crude Fibres 1.30% 0.25%
Moisture 8.00% 77.00%
Calcium 1.15% 0.20%
Phosphorus 0.85% 0.15%
Magnesium 0.09% 0.02%
Potassium 0.85% 0.20%
Sodium 0.45% 0.10%
Chlorides 0.90% 0.15%
Sulphur 0.32% 0.10%
Vitamin A 12000IU/kg 15000IU/kg
Vitamin D3 900IU/kg 220IU/kg
Vitamin E(tocopherol) 140mg/kg 20mg/kg
Beet pulp 3.95% 0.6%

Feeding guidelines

Dry formula
Weight Feeding (grams per day)
2kg 25-40g
3kg 40-60g
4kg 55-75g
5kg 65-95g
6kg 80-110g
8kg 105-150g
10kg 130-185g
Wet formula (170g can)
Weight Feeding (cans per day)
2kg 1/2-3/4
4kg 1-1 1/2
6kg 1 1/2-2 1/4
8kg 2-3
10kg 2 2/3-3 2/3
Wet formula (400g can)
Weight Feeding (cans per day)
2kg 1/4-1/3
4kg 1/2-2/3
6kg 2/3-1
8kg 1-1 1/4
10kg 1-1 1/2

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Flavours of Eukanuba wet.

26th Feb 2014
Patricia Jackson
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2010
  • From: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Had the Hills C/D the R/Canin and he has now gone off Purina OX/UR thinking of trying the Eukanuba but would like some feedback re other customers and the variety it comes in. Thank you.

  • Non-Executive Director

Fussy cats will be fussy, almost whatever is given. All manufacturers try to produce the tastiest diet possible these days. Generally it comes down to the individual cat. We find that all of these diets are good for lots of cats, but individuals vary. None of the diets stands out to my knowledge. Most cats will be less fussy if they are fed less food. Unless your cat is already very slim, I would suggest feeding twice a day and making sure that you only give an amount which is all eaten up within half an hour. If this does not happen, you are giving too much food. Cats which pick at the food and "graze" are always half way to going off the food. Health-wise, they need to be kept more hungry, but many owners can't bring themselves to do that...