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Royal Canin Vet Diet Renal Fish Cat Food Pouch 85g

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Product details

SKU
I168768
Pet
Cat
Health Needs
Kidney Support
Life Stage
Adult
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Pouches
Description

Renal diets are recommended in cases of proteinuria, and once creatinine levels elevate past reference ranges (from CKD stage 2), before inappetance develops. After commencing a Renal diet, in addition to periodic measurement of renal biomarkers, blood mineral level monitoring is also recommended. In cases of diet-induced hypercalcaemia, cats should be switched to an Early Renal diet. Renal diets may be continued for the cat’s lifetime. In case of food aversion, cats can be switched to another renal diet option without transition.
It is recommended that a full health check be performed every 6 months.

Ingredients
Poultry by-products**, pork by-products**, wheat flour, salmon** (4%), powdered cellulose, corn starch mixture, pork blood products**, sunflower oil, minerals, fish oil, fructooligosaccharides, marigold extract (source of lutein). Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 190 IU, Iron: 4 mg, Iodine: 0.36 mg, Copper: 2.9 mg, Manganese: 1.4 mg, Zinc: 14 mg - Technological additives: clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 0.2 g. ***Values reflect only levels added to the formula, not those naturally occurring in components of the diet. Please Note: Royal Canin® takes pride in ensuring the scientific reliability of all product information. The information in this product listing was true and accurate at the time of publication. However, please note that from time to time, for example due to ingredient availability or a change in sourcing factory within our global factory network for the purpose of ongoing supply, it is necessary to make product changes at short notice, and there may be some delays in updating the information in our product materials.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HSLC from Definitely works Really did change our cat’s kidney readings for the better. And he loves it
Date published: 2023-10-17
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