Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary SO in Gel Canned Cat Food
For a cat already suffering from urinary tract problems, a prescription food can help alleviate the symptoms and get your cat back to health again. As you would expect prescription foods are more expensive than food you can buy off the shelf and are not intended to be a long term food source. This product has made the list of the best wet cat food for urinary health because it is specially formulated for the job.
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary S/O Moderate Calorie Morsels in Gravy Canned Cat Food, developed by nutritionists and veterinarians, is formulated specifically to support urinary tract and bladder health in cats susceptible to weight gain. Prescription food (canned morsels in gravy…
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary SO Canned Cat Food 5.8 oz Cans by Royal Canin USA, Inc. [cat Supplies] by Royal Canin > More infor at the link of image : Cat foodThe CORE range has the recommended 78% water content for optimum urinary health and is within the recommended levels of magnesium and ash. It should be noted from the nutritional information 78% water content is the maximum levels and adding some water to the wet food can improve the water content in your cat’s diet. Increasing the water content improves the chances of preventing urinary tract problems reoccurring.A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bummer, especially when it is affecting your cat. Often the result of crystals or other calcified growths appearing in the urinary tract, getting rid of these painful obstructions can be tricky. If your cat is susceptible to, or has a history with, UTIs, often a medicated treatment option is required. Rather than trying to get your cat to take a pill, or worse, a shot, medicated foods, like the Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Canned Cat Food, can be one of your best options.My cat Jasper had repeated issues with urinary crystals. The vet recommended putting him on a special urinary health food. Since he is also overweight, I changed over from Science Diet to Royal Canin SO Moderate Calorie. Jasper hasn't had an updated urinalysis yet, so I can't say how well it is working, but he does enjoy both the canned and dried food. Since he raids his sister's dish, she is on the same food now. It's pricey, but if it solves his health problem, I'm willing to pay the extra price. He gives a lot of love back for his care.I was a vet tech and I know (apparently) more than my present vet, because as a vet they should KNOW what they are prescribing. Apparently the profits outweigh the quality care. This food is WAY overpriced to boot. Purina urinary formula is almost the exact same formulation, so for those hell bent on killing your cat you can do it cheaper. Where my experience has been with their urinary formula, when you read other reviews it seems to be a common thread throughout that this brand is overpriced garbage. Buy at your (and your animals) risk. A side note: I have 2 other cats who also started vomiting on this food. Once pulled off the vomiting has stopped.We had one cat who had a urinary blockage and the vet suggested we start feeding him Royal Canin S/O wet and dry. We were told that it would be fine for both cats. The first case of wet food was fine but the second had a different consistency, almost as if they changed their processing. After being on the food for just over a month, our second cat became extremely ill, constipated and throwing up. We took him back to the vet and both attending vets inquired to any recent changes in diet, acknowledging that such a change could be the cause of his potentially deadly issue. He was so backed up that sedation was required to help clear him out. Needless to say the poor thing has never really recovered.