Item Number: PURCANUR
PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Canine UR Urinary Dry Dog Food
A complete dry dog food diet to help reduce urinary struvite stone formation and promote dissolution in adult dogs. Formulated with low level of magnesium and restricted level of high quality protein that help dissolve and minimise recurrence of struvite stones. It is highly palatable for long term feeding and has moderate level of calories to help maintain ideal body weight.
This is a veterinary diet that should always be fed under veterinary supervision.
Please note that all indications for Purina Veterinary Diets mentioned on this website are for the dietary support of the dog (or cat) with the listed condition and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The veterinary diets should be used under veterinary supervision.
The diet contains moderate protein levels to minimise the availability of food for the bacteria which are commonly associated with urinary stones. This diet is highly palatable.
Promotes an acidic urine to help reduce urinary struvite stone formation and promote dissolution
Help minimize substrate availability for urease-producing bacteria
Highly palatable for long term feeding
Maize*, wheat flour*, dehydrated poultry protein *, rice*, animal fat , maize gluten meal*, digest*, dried beet pulp*, dried egg*, minerals, fish oil.
Urine acidifying substances: calcium sulphate, phosphoric acid.
CANINE UR URINARY
Key nutrient values* Dry
Crude fibre 1.5%
Vitamin E 304 IU/kg
Metabolisable energy (ME)1 400.2 kcal/100g
* Typical analysis in the final product as fed.
1 Calculated following NRC 2006 equations.
It is recommended that a veterinarian’s opinion be sought before use.
Increased water consumption can help dilute the urine and further decrease the risk of crystal formation. For dissolution of struvite stones, an initial feeding period of 5-12 weeks is recommended. For long-term use, an initial feeding period of up to 6 months is recommended, but the dog should be re-evaluated regularly as indicated by the underlying condition .
Body weight (kg) Daily feeding quantity (g/day)