ROYAL CANIN URINARY CARE CAT FOOD
Royal Canin Urinary Care is a nutritionally balanced formula that helps your cat maintain a healthy urinary tract. Royal Canin Urinary Care is an exclusive formula that regulates mineral balance and maintains a low urinary pH, resulting in less concentrated urine. Royal Canin Urinary Care has been shown to be 2x more effective in supporting lower urinary tract health in just 10 days when compared to a regular diet. Royal Canin Urinary Care is also available as a wet food in delicious gravy to cater to each cat's individual preferences. If you're considering mixed feeding, simply follow our feeding guidelines to make sure your cat gets the right amount of wet and dry food.
Royal Canin Urinary Care Benefits
Risk of urinary problems: Is your cat at risk for urinary problems? Urinary crystals can be found in even healthy cats' urine. Urinary crystals can turn into stones depending on a number of factors, including pH. Nutrition can play a role in reducing the likelihood of urinary crystal formation.
What are the main advantages of this targeted nutritional solution for urinary care? Urinary Care is a nutritionally balanced formula that aids in the maintenance of urinary tract health. It keeps a healthy urine concentration by maintaining a low urinary pH and regulating mineral balance, resulting in less concentrated urine. The unique formula makes it less likely for urinary stones to form in the urinary tract.
Proven results in 10 days, 2X as effective in supporting lower urinary tract health, ideal mineral balance, and low urinary pH. After 10 days, using urinary care exclusively is effective: 2x2 There's a lower chance of getting a urinary stone. Internal Royal Canin study, 2014: Compared to a feline maintenance diet, specifically proven for struvite stones
Encourage your cat to drink more water. A higher daily water intake results in more urine volume and dilution, both of which are beneficial to your cat's urinary tract health.
Suitable for a healthy adult cat who is not being treated by a veterinarian for urinary problems-if you have any doubts or questions about your cat's urinary health, please talk to your vet.