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Dechra SPECIFIC Struvite Management CCD Dog Food

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£18.79
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The Dechra SPECIFIC range of foods is a premium range designed specifically with your pet's life stage, conditions and tastes in mind.

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Dechra SPECIFIC Struvite Management dog food is highly palatable and specially composed to dissolve struvite stones and crystals in adult pets through low urinary concentration of magnesium and phosphorous and a low pH which will prevent the formation of struvite, increased sodium content which makes the pet drink and urinate more and high energy density deposition of struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate) uroliths in the lower urinary tract.

Struvite urolithiasis is only one type of urolithiasis which may occur in dogs and by dividing the daily ration of SPECIFIC Struvite Management into 3 or 4 meals, any postprandial increase of urinary pH is minimised.

Sizes

Available in:
  • Dry 2kg, 7kg and 12kg

Key Benefits

  • Dissolves struvite stones.
  • Reduces the risk of new ones forming.
  • Contains a reduced content of magnesium and phosphorus to reduce the formation of new stones.
  • Makes urine more acidic to help dissolve struvite stones.
  • Promotes drinking - this then thins the urine and 'flushes out' the stones.
  • Fish oil promotes healthy skin, coat and joints.

Ingredients

  • Dry
    Maize starch, wheat, maize protein, pork fat, maize, egg powder, minerals, fish meal, animal protein hydrolysate, potato protein, Antarctic krill, vitamins and trace elements (including chelated trace elements), cellulose powder, yeast, methionine, fish oil, psyllium husk, rosemary extract. With natural antioxidants (tocopherols and vitamin C).
Please Note: All prescription diets are specifically formulated to meet specific needs, ALWAYS check with your vet which diet is best suited to your pet before ordering.
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