Happy Dog VET Diet P-Urinary - for metabolic urinary stones and leishmaniasis 1kg

P-Urinary Vet-recommended special diet Happy Dog VET Diet P-Urinary is used to prevent and support the treatment of calcium oxalate, urate, xanthine and cystine stones. The particularly tasty recipe is very low in purine and is gentle on both liver and kidneys. The carefully-selected combination of highly-digestible plant-based ingredients effectively...
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P-Urinary

Vet-recommended special diet

Happy Dog VET Diet P-Urinary is used to prevent and support the treatment of calcium oxalate, urate, xanthine and cystine stones. The particularly tasty recipe is very low in purine and is gentle on both liver and kidneys. The carefully-selected combination of highly-digestible plant-based ingredients effectively lowers the content of nutritional components that encourage urinary stones. The very low-purine recipe makes this premium food an ideal accompaniment and support for leishmaniasis and its treatment.

Happy Dog VET P-Urinary can be used for the following indications: calcium oxalate stones, urate stones, xanthine stones, cystine stones, leishmaniasis and leishmaniasis treatment based on allupurinol. The calcium content is precisely matched to dogs’ needs. The recipe is low in purine, oxalic acid and methionine; it has a target urine pH of 7.0. The complete food is enriched with carnitine and taurine for a balanced diet.

Only available on veterinary advice.

This food is not recommended for young animals up to 12 months, pregnant or lactating bitches or pets with struvite stones.

Supplementary notes:

* We recommend that you speak to your vet before you start or extend the length of feeding a diet food.
* If used as a dietary measure as part of treatment for leishmaniasis, the use of xanthine oxidase inhibitors (e.g. allopurinol) must be noted.
* For best effect, feed the diet food exclusively. Discuss any supplementary nutrition needs with your vet.
* Recommended length of diet to reduce cystine stone formation: Initially up to 1 year
* Recommended length of diet to reduce urate stone formation: Up to 6 months or for life if uric acid metabolism is irreversibly impaired
* Recommended length of diet to reduce calcium oxalate stone formation: Up to 6 months
* Offer several small meals per day unless otherwise recommended by your vet.
* The amount of food should be adapted to suit the individual pet’s metabolism, so it may be necessary to reduce or increase the quantity to a certain extent.
* Make sure that fresh water is available at all times.

 

  • Perfect for leishmaniasis & leishmaniasis treatment with allopurinol
  • For calcium oxalate, urate, xanthine and cystine stones
  • Reduced protein content
  • Target urine pH: 7.0
  • Very low purine content (0.03 %)

 

Composition

Potato flakes (49%), potato protein* (20%), sunflower oil, beet pulp* (desugared), flaked peas (4%), dried whole egg (4%), rapeseed oil, hydrolised liver, apple pomace*, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride; *) dried

 

Analytical Constituents

Crude protein 22.5%, crude fat 15.0 %, crude fibre 2.5%, crude ash 5.0%, calcium 0.55%, sodium 0.3%, potassium 1.3%, magnesium 0.08%, phosphorus 0.45%, chloride 0.6%, sulphur 0.4%, omega 6 fatty acids 7.0%, omega 3 fatty acids 0.7%, sulphur-containing amino acids 0.82 %, hydroxyproline 0.05%, urine alkalinising agents: calcium carbonate

 

Additives

Vitamins / kg: Vitamin A (3a672a) 12000 I.E., vitamin D3 (3a671) 950 I.E., vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 75 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 4 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 6 mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, biotin (3a880) 500 mcg, calcium-d-pantothenate (3a841) 10 mg, niacin (3a314) 40 mg, vitamin B12 70 mcg, vitamin C (sodium calcium ascorbyl phosphate 3a312) 200 mg, L-carnitine (3a910) 900 mg, taurine (3a370) 2000 mg, trace elements / kg: iron (iron(II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405) 115 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603) 10 mg, manganese (manganese(II) oxide 3b502) 90 mg, iodine (calcium iodate; anhydrous 3b202) 14 mg, selenium (E8; sodium selenite) 1.5 mg

 

Feeding Table

Feeding Information

Ideal weight of adult dog in kg
Normal requirement for adult dog g/24 hours

2 kg

48 g

3,5 kg

74 g

5 kg

97 g

7,5 kg

130 g

10 kg

163 g

15 kg

220 g

20 kg

273 g

25 kg

320 g

30 kg

370 g

35 kg

415 g

40 kg

460 g

45 kg

500 g

50 kg

540 g

60 kg

620 g

70 kg

690 g

80 kg

775 g



We recommend that you speak to your vet before you start or extend the length of feeding a diet food.

Recommended length of diet:

  • To reduce cystine stone formation: Initially up to 1 year.
  • To reduce urate stone formation: Up to 6 months or for life if uric acid metabolism is irreversibly impaired
  • To reduce calcium oxalate stone formation: Up to 6 months

Make sure that fresh water is available at all times.

 

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