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PURINA Veterinary Diet UR ST/OX (Urinary Formula) Formula Cat Food

  • Special Offer Chicken Dry » 5kg Bag (Damaged - grade A) £36.29
  • Chicken Dry » 1.5kg Bag £14.34
  • Chicken Dry » 5kg Bag £40.32
  • Ocean Fish Dry » 5kg Bag £39.92
  • Salmon Wet » 24 x 195g Cans £42.79
  • Turkey Wet » 24 x 195g Cans £37.44

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£14.34 to £42.79

Description

PURINA Veterinary Diets are scientifically researched foods that have been developed by nutritionists and vets to provide all that your cat needs to maintain health and growth. PURINA Veterinary Diets UR Formula is a complete diet for cats with urinary tract conditions. It is specially formulated to help reduce the risk of urinary stones forming and to help dissolve struvite urinary crystals and stones.

PURINA Veterinary Diets UR key benefits

Purina Veterinary Diets UR Formula Key Benefits

Feeding Guide

Purina Veterinary Diets UR Adult Feeding Guide

Purina Veterinary Diets UR Adult Feeding Guide

Note that PVD UR is not suitable for pregnant queens, growing kittens and cats with chronic kidney disease. If in doubt, please consult your veterinary surgeon.

Ingredients

Chicken Dry

Maize gluten meal, rice, wheat flour, dehydrated poultry protein (15%, of which 50% chicken), maize, animal fat, minerals, dried egg, dried beet pulp, digest, fish oil.

Turkey Wet

Meat and Animal Derivatives (of which Turkey 12%) , Cereals, Minerals, Various Sugars.

Chicken Wet

Meat and Animal Derivatives (of which Chicken 4%), Cereals, Minerals, Various Sugars

Salmon Wet

Meat and Animal Derivatives, Fish and Fish Derivatives (Salmon 4%), Cereals, Minerals, Various Sugars

Analysis

Chicken Dry

Protein: 35.0%
Fat content: 12.0%
Crude ash: 8.0%
Crude fibres: 1.5%
Calcium: 0.8%
Phosphorous: 0.8%
Sodium: 1.2%
Potassium: 0.7%
Magnesium: 0.08%
Chloride: 2.4%
Sulphur: 0.3%
Total Taurine: 1 500 mg/kg
Urine acidifying substance: phosphoric acid

Turkey Wet

Moisture: 80.0%
Protein: 10.0%
Fat content: 5.3%
Crude ash: 1.7%
Crude fibres: 0.5%
Calcium: 0.14%
Phosphorus: 0.14%
Sodium: 0.17%
Magnesium: 0.02%
Potassium: 0.30%
Chlorides: 0.28%
Sulphur: 0.21%
Taurine: 1 480 mg/kg
Urine acidifying substance: calcium sulphate

Chicken Wet

Moisture: 80.0%
Protein: 10.0%
Fat content: 5.3%
Crude ash: 1.7%
Crude fibres: 0.5%
Calcium: 0.14%
Phosphorus: 0.14%
Sodium: 0.17%
Magnesium: 0.02%
Potassium: 0.30%
Chlorides: 0.28%
Sulphur: 0.21%
Taurine: 1 480 mg/kg
Urine acidifying substance: calcium sulphate

Salmon Wet

Moisture: 80.0%
Protein: 10.0%
Fat content: 5.3%
Crude ash: 1.7%
Crude fibres: 0.5%
Calcium: 0.14%
Phosphorus: 0.14%
Sodium: 0.17%
Magnesium: 0.02%
Potassium: 0.30%
Chlorides: 0.28%
Sulphur: 0.21%
Taurine: 1 480 mg/kg
Urine acidifying substance: calcium sulphate

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Urinary problems

9th Jun 2014
Susan

My cat currently has hill feline cd
Is the purina ur going to be ok for her?
She is prone to cystitis

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These 2 diets have similar ingredients and most cats will respond equally well to either diet. Some cats will not respond well to either diet. Personally I think you should be able to try either diet, but I would strongly recommend using a wet form of the diet, not the dried. This is intrinsically better for cats prone to cystitis. The more fluid these cats take in, the less likely they are to suffer with cystitis. I would recommend offering water in odd places around the house (leave a glass on a windowsill etc) and even perhaps get one of the pet water fountains. Cats will sometimes drink when they come across these. You can also add a little extra water to the food and mix it in. The more dilute the urine they produce, the less likely they are to get cystitis.