Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Wet Feline (Sachets & Tins)
Royal Canin Feline Urinary Pouches are particularly indicated in cases of recurrent idiopathic cystitis. Because of its inhibition of formation of both struvite and oxalate crystals, Urinary S/O Feline is the first-line diet of choice prior to crystal identification. This diet is intended for long-term use and it is particularly important to ensure that Urinary S/O Feline is the cat's only food source, as access to other foods may trigger recurrence of urolithiasis.
It is available in 48 x 100g chicken and beef sachets and 12 x 195g chicken tins.
Struvite dissolution - Urinary S/O Feline effectively dissolves struvite stones.
Urine dilution - Diluting urine decreases the urinary concentration of struvites and calcium oxalates. The larger urinary volume also ensures regular bladder wash out.
Low RSS - Undersaturated urine is an environment where crystals cannot proliferate and so is unfavourable to the formation of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals.
Bladder support - Glycosaminoglycans (GAG) are naturally present on the healthy bladder mucosa but decrease in idiopathic cystitis. This causes increased permeability of the bladder to bacteria, toxins and ions, resulting in bladder inflammation and stimulation of pain sensitive receptors. Reduced level of magnesium, a natural component of struvite crystals.
Ingredients: Meat and animal derivatives (including chicken 5%), cereals, oils and fats, eggs and egg derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, minerals, molluscs and crustaceans, various sugars.
We offer a range of delivery options:
Our standard delivery is free by Royal Mail 2nd Class (for lightweight items up to 2kg) - there are some exceptions and you can see these on our delivery page. These include refridgerated items, controlled prescription medication, heavy food items 2kg+ and aerosols which have to be sent via our Courier service.
We also offer delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class or via Next Working Day Courier for a small fee (for items in stock ordered before 12pm Monday to Thursday). Where available orders can be upgraded to Next Working Day pre-12pm or Saturday Delivery. Standard courier orders placed before 12pm on Fridays will be delivered the following Monday.
Orders under £20 have a £2.50 handling fee automatically added.
Food deliveries weighing 2kg and over ordered before 12pm (Monday to Thursday) will be delivered next working day by courier - Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery. Orders placed on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be delivered on a Tuesday. Orders weighing over 6kg are sent free.*
*Please note that any other items ordered with food will be sent separately via Royal Mail 2nd Class by default. If you require non-food items on a faster service we offer the option to upgrade to Royal Mail 1st Class or Courier delivery of non-food items for an additional charge.
For more information, view our delivery page.
Feedback for Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Wet Feline (Sachets & Tins) has been compiled from 278 customer reviews
Both of my cats not interested in this. They just lick the jelly and leaves the meat.
On 16 Feb 2017 Pet Drugs Online responded:
are you serving straight from a fridge? sometimes it can make the taste a little better if served at room temperature
Was told by the vet that it was essential that my cat be on this, due to crystals in his urine. Before taking this food he was experiencing discomfort and pain, while also urnating blood but within no time after switching him onto this food he was back to his old self. From the vets it's very expensive but I find this to be the best place to get it from, can't possibly find it any cheaper anywhere else. Delivery is quick and easy too!
I was delighted with the reliable, prompt delivery and the ease with which I could arrange a safe place in which the package could be left if I were not able to be there to receive it.
My cat likes the food too, which is an added bonus, as she has been turning her nose up at other brands of veterinary diet foods for urinary tract issues.
Would recommend the sachets, it is expensive to buy but worth purchasing the food instead of high vet bills.....