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Urine Care Paste for Dogs & Cats

  • 120g Tube £10.33


Urine Care helps to reduce struvite stone recurrence by acidifying the urine. Urine Care can be a useful part of the management strategy of cats with feline urological syndrome (FUS) and dogs prone to forming struvite stones. Urine Care is a tasty, easy-to-give gel which has been created to help you to provide the best care to your pet. There are many causes of struvite stones. If left untreated they can lead to medical emergencies which can require surgery. Urine Care helps to acidify the urine which helps to reduce the recurrence of struvite stones.


Glucose syrup, malt, soya oil, fish oil, cane molasses, hydrolysed pork collagen. Urine acidifying substances: methionine.

Amino acids: DL methionine (3c301) 80000mg, preservatives, anticaking agent, thickeners and gelling agent. Contains glucose and soya oil
produced from genetically modified organisms.

Crude fat 27.4%, moisture 13.7%, crude protein 4.9%, crude fibre 1.7%, crude ash 0.3%, sodium 0.05%, potassium 0%, sulphur 0%, chlorides 0%, magnesium 0%, calcium 0% phosphorus 0%.

Feeding guidelines

A tasty, easy to give gel which can be given directly into the mouth or with food

  • Cats : 1/2 - 1 teaspoons 2 or 3 times a day
  • Dogs : 1/2 - 3 teaspoons 2 or 3 times a day

Note: The paste should not be given if possible on empty stomach. Can be mixed with drinking water.

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