Urinary care for dogs

Support your dog with high-quality nutrients crafted to create a less favourable environment for the formation of crystals and stones in the urinary tract.

Urinary Care Pouch

Our Urinary Care Wet Range

Our wet food range is nutritionally complete and a perfect complement to our dry kibbles. It has a high moisture content to help dilute urine, and by mixing wet and dry foods you can add variety and texture to your dog’s diet.

Urinary care tips

A few hints and tips to help keep your dog’s urinary system healthy.


Make sure your dog always has access to fresh, clean water. If you’re going out in hot weather, or you’re out exercising your dog, it’s best to take a bottle of water and a bowl.
Siberian Husky standing outdoors drinking from a white bowl.
Jack Russell Terrier walking outside in a garden

Toilet breaks

It’s important your dog has chance to urinate regularly, as the longer urine sits in the bladder the more chance there is for problems to arise. If you’re going out for a long time, remember to arrange for someone to let your dog out.me less active this can lead to weight gain. As an alternative, use kibbles from your dog’s meal allowance as rewards rather than giving them additional snacks.


Good grooming isn’t just about your dog looking good – it helps to keep them healthy too. If your dog’s genital area is kept clean with good grooming, it will help to prevent a urinary tract infection, which can be painful for them.
Golden Retriever standing outside being brushed by female owner.