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Urinary health for cats

Precise, veterinarian-recommended, cat food for urinary health.
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Urinary health in cats

Is your cat urinating out of his box or straining with no visible relief? Seeing your cat struggle with urinary issues is scary, but it doesn’t have to be.

After consulting with your veterinarian, they may recommend a cat food that creates an unfavourable environment for urinary crystals and stone formation or that will help your cat cope with stressors in his environment to help support your cat’s urinary health and help him use his litter box again.  

 
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Transitioning your cat to a new food

We recommend at least a seven-day transition when starting a new diet.

Dogs and especially cats may reject a new food if it is not introduced slowly by transitioning over a period of 7 – 10 days. To effectively transition your cat to a new formula, we suggest slowly mixing the new food in with the existing food in gradually increasing amounts.

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Health advice for your cat

Get advice and information on how to provide the best care for your cat at every stage of life.

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