Adult Health-RSS Canine Cans

Adult Health-RSS™ canine wet diet is a palatable maintenance diet which includes ingredients selected to support urinary tract health.

Also available as a CHUNKY STEW.

 

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  • Adult Health-RSS™ canine wet diet is a palatable maintenance diet which includes ingredients selected to support urinary tract health. It has undergone RSS (relative supersaturation) analysis at an independent laboratory to support its use in the prevention and treatment of struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis.

    The diet contains pork, a palatable and digestible source of protein that is low in ash and phosphorus. Potato is a highly digestible and low fibre carbohydrate source that contains high levels of antioxidants. This diet achieves urinary tract health parameters while containing moderate amounts of sodium. The diet is low in total fibre to ensure optimal digestibility, contains prebiotics (FOS) to maintain gastrointestinal health, and has a restricted phosphorus content appropriate for use in early renal disease.

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  • Pork, water, potato starch, pork liver, sunflower oil, calcium carbonate, guar gum, marine microalgae, salt, vitamins, fructooligosaccharides, minerals, potassium chloride, tricalcium phosphate, taurine.
    1. RSS data for treatment and prevention of struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis
    2. Excellent palatability
    3. High-quality protein – preserves lean body mass and may be protective against calcium oxalate uroliths
    4. High digestibility
    5. Moderate sodium content
    6. Moderate phosphorus content
    1. Adult Health Maintenance
    2. Dissolution and aid in prevention of struvite uroliths in adult dogs
    3. Aid in prevention of calcium oxalate uroliths in adult dogs
    4. Struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis with concurrent IRIS stage 1 and 2 non-proteinuric renal disease
    5. Gastroenteropathies responsive to digestible, lower fibre diets with concurrent/historical urolithiasis