Eukanuba Cat Veterinary Diet Renal Formula
How it works:
Eukanuba Renal Cat is formulated to address the nutritional needs of your cat once kidney problems been identified by your veterinarian. It provides optimum protein levels to help maintain body condition, muscular mass, and immune and organ function. There are special ingredients to minimize wastes building up in the bloodstream. It has reduced phosphorus levels to help slow progression. Your veterinarian can explain how the formulas may help and which one is right for your cat. Nutrition plays a critical role in managing the signs and progression of kidney problems. Regular examination by a veterinary surgeon will be required and this is likely to include blood and / or urine tests.
- DentalCare System (dry only) - Reduces tartar build-up
- Optimal protein levels - Ensure intake of daily requirements of essential amino acids to maintain body condition and immune function
- Nitrogen Trap® Fibre System (beet pulp, gum arabic and FOS) - Shifts nitrogen excretion from the kidney to the faeces relieving the kidney and allowing the feeding of more protein.
- Added potassium citrate - Reduces metabolic acidosis and related clinical signs
- Restricted phosphorus - Manages hyperphosphataemia which helps slow progression of renal disease
- Adjusted Omega-6:Omega-3 fatty acid ratio of 5-10:1 - Lowers renal hypertension and decreases inflammation which helps to slow progression of renal disease
- Outstanding palatability - Optimal dietary intake to maintain body condition
When to use it:
It is recommended that a veterinarian's opinion be sought before and during the use of this product in order to determine the needs of your cat.
Dry - Dried Chicken and Turkey, maize, maize grits, animal fat, dried beet pulp, dried whole egg, chicken digest, brewer's dried yeast, fructooligosaccharides, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, fish oil, mannanoligosaccharides, sodium chloride
Wet -Chicken, chicken liver, beef by-products, rice, white fish, maize grits, fish meal, dried whole egg, dried beet pulp, potassium chloride, fructooligosaccharides, calcium carbonate, brewer's dried yeast, monosodium phosphate, mannanoligosaccharides
Dry - Protein:33.0%, Fat content:13.0%, Omega-6 fatty acids:2.25%, Omega-3 fatty acids:0.30%, Crude Ash:6.70%, Crude Fibres:1.90%, Moisture:8.00%, Calcium:1.20%, Phosphorus:0.95%, Magnesium:0.085%, Potassium:0.85%, Sodium:0.40%
Vitamin A:12000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3:900 IU/kg, Vitamin E (α-tocopherol):140 mg/kg,
Copper as Cupric Sulphate, pentahydrate:8 mg/kg, Zinc as Zinc Oxide:143 mg/kg, Manganese as Manganous Sulphate, monohydrate:38 mg/kg, Iodine as Potassium Iodide:1 mg/kg, Cobalt as Basic Cobaltous Carbonate, monohydrate:0.4 mg/kg.
Wet - Protein:10.0%, Fat content:4.0%, Omega-6 fatty acids:0.50%, Omega-3 fatty acids:0.10%, Crude Ash:1.60%, Crude Fibres:0.50%, Moisture:77.00%, Calcium:0.25%, Phosphorus:0.20%, Potassium:0.25%, Sodium:0.10%
Vitamin A:5250 IU/kg, Vitamin D3:100 IU/kg, Vitamin E (α-tocopherol):14 mg/kg,
Copper as Cupric Sulphate, pentahydrate:9 mg/kg, Zinc as Zinc Oxide:43 mg/kg, Manganese as Manganous Sulphate, monohydrate:16 mg/kg, Iodine as Potassium Iodide:0.6 mg/kg.
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So Far So Good,Ordered Eukanuba Renal Dry after researching and checking reviews. Order arrived this morning, put a few bits out and cat went straight to it and ate it all. She is normally fussy on wet food but as far as taste is concerned, this seems to fit the bill. Although knowing cats, don't really want to speak too soon. Hope it helps her problem. .
A brilliant food.My Cats gobbled these up quickly. It's great as it helps clean tartar and helps my eldest Cats Kidneys. No problems so far.
Fab foodThis purina is a lot better than the hills my cat had she was getting feed up with only two flavours so we went for this one and she just can't wait for feed time.
Not very appetising .Our cat is 17 and has had renal problems for 2 years she has tried different foods and we have to keep changing brands and flavours.this tinned type did not suit her as it was mashed, clearly not appetising and we had to mix it with a taste of meaty catfood non renal to encourage her to eat it. Having to buy such a large quantity made it expensive to waste and we have much left over!
I got my cat from the RSPCA. She was about 4 years old. The following summer she was diagnosed with bad kidneys. She took the tablets for 3 weeks and then refused any more tablets or any type of food (including fresh fish and chicken!). I tried this in dried form. She is now 19 and her last blood/urine tests show clear kidneys. Worth every penny.