Hill's Prescription Diet includes a variety of clinically tested, therapeutic foods for treating a variety of different conditions in dogs and cats. Hill's Prescription Diet Canine u/d Urinary Care Original is a dietetic dry food used to help to dissolve urate crystals and cystine uroliths and to promote the reduction of urate, oxalate and cystine urolith crystals. This food can also be used to help with chronic kidney complaints. It only contains a small amount of quality protein to help to reduce accumulation of toxic protein-breakdown products. The food also has a lower salt content to limit fluid retention associated with kidney problems, and to keep fluid levels in early cardiac disorders under control.
This tasty dry food has a reduced protein content, but it comes from a high quality source. The 26% chicken and maize gluten content provide valuable amino acids. There is a balanced mixture of nutrients, vitamins, and trace elements, while beta carotene and natural antioxidants can help support bodily functions and may help to strengthen the immune system. This all provides a highly nutritious meal that is often recommended by veterinary doctors for an effective therapeutic diet that can promote a healthy urinary tract and reduce the occurrence of bladder stones and associated pains.
Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Care Original at a glance:
Complete dietetic dry food for adult dogs
Specifically developed for dogs with urinary tract issues or bladder stones
Reduces the risk of bladder stones:can help to dissolve struvite and calcium oxalate stones and reduces the risk of recurrence
Can help to reach optimal urine pH-value:contains urine acidifying substances and an appropriate magnesium content
Reduced protein content:high quality protein from 26% chicken & maize gluten, delivers valuable amino acids
Rich in nutrients:with vitamins, minerals, and trace elements as well as beta carotene which may improve vital functions and strengthen the immune system
Recommended by vets:for an effective, therapeutic diet