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Royal Canin Urinary Feline Dry LP34

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Manufacturer: Royal Canin

From: £13.57
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Description

Royal Canin Urinary Feline Dry LP34 is a complete and balanced diet for adult cats that have been formulated to aid in the management of feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD).

The management of urolithiasis is far more challenging than it used to be; struvite urolithiasis and calcium oxalate urolithiasis occurring more frequently and commonly. Urine pH manipulation alone cannot be used to reliably manage urolithiasis. Waltham science has taken a safer approach and invested years of research in developing a single diet which effectively reduces the risks for both types of uroliths simultaneously.

Royal Canin diet feline Urinary S/O are the first and only diets which have been clinically proven to reduce the risk of both struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis. This diet has been designed to ensure production of urine undersaturated for struvite and with levels of calcium oxalate saturation at which spontaneous homogeneous crystallisation will not occur.

Reviews Overall rating: (4.8 of 5)

Lesley Harbron

Again my Joey loves Royal Canin food. he had a urine infection hence buying and seems not to have any issues. ie pain when going to the toilet. So hopefully this helped.

Lynne Jewell

My cat gets on well with this diet, no problems. Very palatable and my other cat (who doesn't need these biscuits) tries to steal them!

Mrs Ellis

I have been using Royal Canin Urinary Feline Dry LP34 to feed my Persian who has reached the grand old age of 20 and is still going strong. She has been on this diet for approximately 15 years since being recommended to me by my vet. I think her great age and continuing good health is due to her diet.

Helen Eyley

I started using this for one cat who had crystals then when a second got cystitus due to stress at a cattery I now feed them both with it. To say they love it would be an understatement. They both find it easy to eat and enjoy it.

Stewart Wicklow

We use this food a lot in the cattery as we always seem to have at least one boarder who is prone to cystitus/urinary crystals. Sometimes we just add a small portion to the biscuits of cats who aren't drinking enough and it works! The only problem is that it seems to be a little bit on the heavy side where calories are concerned! For very fat cats we tend to use Hills C/D.