Struvite formation is a common condition in house cats these days. A lot of veterinarians pointed toward the lack of water intake and the high struvite forming mineral content in a common cat's food intake as possible causes for these crystals forming in their bodies. Trovet heeded these warnings and developed a complete dietary food that is designed to dissolve resident struvites and prevent future struvite problems. Trovet Urinary Struvite has a lower potassium content which acidifies the urine. Furthermore, crystal forming minerals have been reduced to the minimum to make sure the kidneys are never overloaded and can process the food comfortably. To top it of, the mixture has been filled with essential vitamins and minerals as well as fish oils to provide a well-rounded meal that strenghtens their immune system and skin - which is the first line of defense against diseases. Trovet Urinary Struvite, a complete food with a job to do.
- ✔ Less struvite forming minerals in the mixture
- ✔ Easily digestible
- ✔ Low in potassium to acidify urine
- ✔ Low in magnesium to prevent hypermagnesaemia
rice, poultry meal, poultry fat, corn gluten, fish meal, corn, poultry liver (hydrolysate), yeast, sodium chloride, ammonium chloride, fish oil, lecithin, vitamins and trace elements, choline chloride.
Average analysis (per kg)
Protein 32.0 % Fat content 23.0 % Inorganic matter 6.8 % Fibre 1.5 % Moisture 8.0 % Carbohydrates 28.7 % Vitamin A 15000 IU/kg Vitamin D 31000 IU/kg Vitamin E 250 mg/kg Calcium (Ca) 1.00 % Phosphorous (P) 1.00 % Sodium (Na) 0.60 % Potassium (K) 0.56 % Chloride (Cl) 1.80 % Magnesium (Mg) 0.07 % Sulphur (S) 0.32 % Taurine 1800 mg/kg Ammonium chloride 1.14 % Energy: 17.1 MJ/kg - 4083 kcal/kg
Daily dose Trovet Urinary Struvite
Feeding Schedule - Grams per day
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