Diet wet food for diseases of the urinary tract
-Dissolves existing struvite stones and crystals in the bladder
-Avoids the formation of new struvite and calcium oxalate stones
-Strengthens the stressed bladder mucosa
-Inhibits inflammation in the urinary tract
-Promotes water absorption and flushing of the urinary tract
60% meat and animal by-products (chicken hearts, chicken livers, chicken stomachs, beef, beef lungs, beef hearts), cereals (rice), minerals (sodium chloride, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride), cranberries, oils and fats (salmon oil), soft and crustaceans (green-lipped mussel extract 0.09% glucosamine, 0.03% chondroitin sulfate).
Protein 7.8%, fat content 6.6%, crude fiber 0.2%, crude ash 1.9%, moisture 76%, chloride 0.4%, sodium 0.29%, potassium 0.24%, omega-3 Fatty acids 0.21%, calcium 0.18%, phosphorus 0.15%, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 0.09%, sulfur 0.08%, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) 0.07%, magnesium 0.02%.
Vitamin D3 200 IU, zinc (as zinc sulfate, monohydrate) 15 mg, manganese (as manganese-II sulfate, monohydrate) 3 mg, iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous) 0.75 mg, taurine 600 mg.