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Feeding Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Chicken makes it easier to effectively maintain a healthy urinary tract and reduce the risk that stones will re-occur after dissolution.
Recommended for:Initial nutritional management of cats with any type of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), including crystalluria and/or urolithiasis from any cause, urethral plugs and idiopathic cystitis. Long-term nutritional management of cats prone to: struvite, calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate crystals and uroliths (reduction of occurrence and recurrence); urethral plugs (almost exclusively associated with struvite or calcium phosphate crystals); and idiopathic FLUTD (especially c/d Multicare Feline pouch or canned formulas).
Chicken (22%), pork, pea protein, wheat flour, maize starch, salmon, various sugars, digest, cellulose, dried whole egg, minerals, dried pork protein, fish oil, sunflower oil, vitamins, trace elements, taurine and beta-carotene. Coloured with natural caramel.
|Body Weight kg||Dry grams|
|2||30 - 45|
|3||40 - 60|
|4||50 - 70|
|5||60 - 85|
|6||70 - 95|
|7 +||12 per kg|
|Body Weight kg||Cans 156 g||Dry grams|
|7 +||1||8 per kg|
Mixed Feeding Guide - Pouches
|Body Weight kg||Pouch 85g||Dry grams|
|7 +||2||8 per kg|
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Hills Prescription Diet Feline CD Multicare Urinary Care Pouches
£10.69 to £52.05
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