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PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food

PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food
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Description

PURINA® PROPLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Canine UR Urinary is a highly palatable complete veterinary diet for the dissolution of struvite stones. PPVD UR is specially formulated to produce a urine that is acidic and which helps to both dissolve and minimise reccurance of struvite stones. It also contains moderate protein levels to minimise the availability of food for the bacteria which are commonly associated with urinary stones. PPVD UR contains nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants which help support the health of the urinary tract.
Note that PPVD UR is not suitable for dogs that are receiving urinary acidifiers. If in doubt, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

Controlled pH: specially formulated to promote healthy urine to help dissolve bladder stones and minimise the risk of them from re-forming.

PURINA Veterinary Diets UR key benefits

  • Moderate protein to help minimise the build-up of unhealthy bacteria in the urine.
  • Highly palatable: tasty for every day, long-term feeding.

Feeding Guide

Purina Veterinary Diets UR Adult Feeding Guide

Purina Veterinary Diets UR Adult Feeding Guide

Note that PVD UR is not suitable for dogs that are receiving urinary acidifiers. If in doubt, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

Ingredients

Maize meal, maize gluten meal, rice, dehydrated poultry protein, wheat flour, animal fat, digest, dried beet pulp, minerals, dried egg, fish oil.

Urine acidifying substance - calcium sulphate.

Analysis

Protein: 22.0 %
Fat content: 15.0 %
Crude ash: 4.5 %
Crude fibre: 1.5 %
Calcium: 0.7 %
Phosphorus: 0.6 %
Sodium: 0.2 %
Potassium: 0.7 %
Chloride: 0.7 %
Sulphur: 0.3 %
Magnesium: 0.08 %

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Reviews (8)

Summary of Reviews for PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food

Overall 4
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8 out of 8 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (3 reviews)
4 stars (5 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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45 Bladder stones prevention
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By on 10 December 2019

Millie took to this food straight away and licks the bowl clean! I do soak it first, as she doesn't drink much water.

Customer recommends this product

45 Crystals
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By on 23 November 2019

Putting my dog on this has stopped the crystals from developing in to stones.

Customer recommends this product

55 Great product fast service
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By on 17 July 2019

seams good so far.

Customer recommends this product

45 Thank god for purina
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By on 2 July 2019

After another vet type diet make and my dogs having mucous diarrhoea and infected anal gland I changed to this and he is back to normal

Customer recommends this product

45 Great Product
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By on 22 March 2019

Well priced & Bailey seems to like it.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding PRO PLAN Veterinary Diets UR Urinary Dry Dog Food, including answers from our team.

29 October 2013 at 12:49pm

Good for long term use of older dogs?

ita

My dog is 7 years old. She had struvite (magnesium phosphate ) stones removed from the urine bladder.
I heard this food is ok, but because it is salty, it is not ment for long term use in fear of heart problems.
Is it true?

  • VioVet Staff

Excessive dietary intake of salt might possibly increase the risk of kidney disease in dogs, perhaps more than heart disease. Therefore theoretically it is worth avoiding if possible. I believe that the salt levels in this diet are higher than the ideal in normal circumstances, but the risk of further struvite problems is a much bigger concern now than any possible consequences of an increased sodium intake. On balance, I would advise that this diet is suitable for long-term use for your dog, but you should also discuss this with your own vet.