Cat prescription food products are specially designed clinical nutrition solutions for various diseases of cats and cats. It aims to improve the cure rate of diseases through diet therapy, improve the physical functions of cats, help cats recover faster, and prevent disease recurrence . All prescription food products need to be used under the clinical supervision of a licensed veterinarian. It is recommended that the owner take the pet back to visit the veterinarian regularly and purchase royal prescription food through regular hospital channels.
Urinary system diseases have different symptoms, some of which are not obvious. Regardless of their severity, they usually represent discomfort or pain.
Because the urine concentration of pets is quite high, even if the bladder wall has a mucous membrane to provide a natural protective barrier, once there is a problem with the urinary system, it will immediately cause pain and discomfort. Therefore, once there is a problem with the urinary system, it is necessary to seek medical treatment as soon as possible, so that the veterinarian can provide appropriate treatment to relieve the discomfort of the pet.
Low Magnesium Formula
Reduces magnesium levels, a natural constituent of struvite.
Effectively dissolves struvite.
Urine dilution helps reduce the saturation of struvite and calcium oxalate stones.
Low relative saturation concentration (low RSS value)
Reduces the risk of struvite and calcium oxalate crystallization in the urine environment.
Adult Cats Requiring Perfect Nutrition
Component Analysis Guaranteed Value:
Crude protein 34.5%; crude fat 15.0%; crude ash 8.9%; crude fiber 2.9%; calcium 0.9%; phosphorus 0.87%; magnesium 0.06%; sodium 1.3%; chloride 2.39%; potassium 1%; sulfur 0.7%; total Taurine 0.23%; urine acidifying substances: calcium sulfate (1%); DL-methionine (0.4%).
Rice, Wheat Gluten*, Dehydrated Poultry Protein, Corn Flour, Animal Fat, Hydrolyzed Animal Protein, Minerals, Vegetable Fiber, Corn Gluten, Fish Oil, Soybean Oil, Fructooligosaccharides, Calendula Flower Extract (source of Lutein), Wheat flour. *L.I.P.: Extremely digestible protein
Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: vitamin A 21,000 IU, vitamin D3 800 IU, E1 (iron) 34mg, E2 (iodine) 3.4mg, E4 (copper) 10mg, E5 (manganese) 44mg, E6 (zinc) 150mg, E8 (selenium) 0.05mg; preservative; antioxidant.
Symptoms for pet owners to watch out for
Frequent and less frequent urination, or even inability to urinate
Frequent licking of genitals
Squatting on the potty for a long time while urinating
pain when urinating
Pink urine means blood in the urine
A small amount of urine is found outside the stool tray
loss of appetite
Urinary stones are formed by the aggregation of crystals in the bladder. Even if uroliths do not form, crystals can cause symptoms of urinary tract disease and even fatal urethral obstruction.
Crystallization occurs when the urine becomes saturated with minerals. The reasons include abnormal metabolic function of pets, or changes in the environment of the urinary system caused by pets' food, which is conducive to the formation of crystals. In the past, eating dry food was identified as one of the causes of urolithiasis. Today, it is well known that high-quality food can be formulated, even dry food, which can effectively protect the urinary system of pets.
The formation process of urinary stones is the same, but the composition of each stone can be different. We can classify them as,
Struvite: A common stone composed of phosphorus, ammonia and magnesium ions. Struvite stones in dogs are generally associated with urinary tract infections, and treatment should also be performed concurrently.
Calcium oxalate: Along with struvite, it is the most common urinary stone in dogs and cats.
Ammonium urate stones: uncommon, generally related to liver disease, and Dalmatians are particularly prone to this kind of stones.
Cystine stones: rare
In order to ensure the health of your pet's urinary system, please consult your veterinarian which food with the S/O INDEX logo is suitable for your cat and dog.
Prevention of struvite recurrence
Prevention of recurrence of calcium oxalate stones
It is recommended to check only the renal function for elderly cats before feeding the urinary tract prescription food
Note: Cats with frequent cystitis are only advised to consume the sachet or aluminum dish
Pregnancy, lactation, growing period
Chronic renal failure, metabolic acidosis
pancreatitis or have had pancreatitis
Medications that acidify the urine