A complete pet food diet for dogs with diseases of the urinary tract. It supports the treatment of bladder inflammation and dissolving struvite crystals thanks to the lowered content of magnesium and protein as well as its urine acidifying properties.
the formula is designed to lower the pH of the dog’s urine. The acidifying effect on urine is possible due to the use of DL-methionine and cranberry in the feed in appropriate amounts, which limits the re-formation of struvite stones. Struvite stones, or phosphate-ammonium-magnesium, are formed in urine which has an alkaline pH.
both from animal products (salmon oil) and flaxseed oil ensure the maximum engagement of polyunsaturated fatty acids from Omega-3 and Omega-6 groups in biochemical control of proinflammatory cytokines production. Moreover, by a unique way of stopping the activity of cyclooxygenase (COX-2), they demonstrate analgesic properties.
contain a hippuric acid, which shows bacteriostatic activity. Moreover, contained proanthocyanidins connect with bacterial fimbria, deactivating them, thanks to which it prevents their adhesion to urinary truck’s tissues. Cranberries effectively decrease the level of pH in urine, resulting in lower bacteria growth in the bladder and the urinary tract. Thanks to these abilities they assist in a healing process of a urinary tract, as well as they, help with recurring infections of the urinary truct.
the food is free of stodgy and often allergenic grains, the source of carbohydrates has been replaced by easy to digest and healthier carbohydrate from potato starch.
have a positive effect on intestines microbial flora. Hence to the high level of Group B Vitamins, yeast has a great biological value. Introducing yeast in the diet of young dogs is extremely important as they stimulate a wide range of immunological responses.
the presence of this ingredient stimulates digestible functions and the absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract, stimulating its mobility. Added to the diet it decreases a gas build-up and the intensity of poop odour. Additionally, saponins demonstrate antibacterial activity, which suppresses protozoa infections occurred in the intestines, while polyphenols prevent inflammation.
turkey 15% (meat 6%, gizzards, skins), beef 12% (meat 4%, hearts, liver), potato starch 6%, potatoes 4%, eggs 4%, cranberries 3%, blueberries 2%, linseed oil 2%, salmon oil 1%, minerals, dried brewer’s yeast 0.4% (containing prebiotics: mannan-oligosaccharides and β-glucans), Plantago seed 0.3%, parsley leaves 0.25%, Mojave yucca 0.05%.
crude protein – 4.5%, crude fat – 5.4%, crude ash – 1.1%, crude fibre – 1.2%, moisture – 78.8%, calcium – 0.13%, phosphorus – 0.1%, sodium – 0.14%, magnesium – 0.02%, potassium – 0.04%, chloride – 0.20%, sulfur – 0.20%.
Vitamin D3 – 450 IU, Vitamin C – 1000 mg, Niacin – 50 mg, Zinc (zinc oxide; zinc chelate of amino acids, hydrate) – 49.5 mg, Vitamin E – 40 mg, Calcium D-pantothenate – 20 mg, Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate) – 12 mg, Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) – 9 mg, Folic acid – 4 mg, Vitamin B6 – 2.5 mg, Manganese (manganese (II) oxide) – 2 mg, Copper (copper (II) sulphate, pentahydrate) – 0.4 mg, Iodine (coated, granulated calcium iodate, anhydrous) – 0.3 mg, Biotin – 0.2 mg, Vitamin B12 – 0.04 mg.