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100% Guaranteed for quality, consistency and taste or your money back. Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Stress Reduced Calorie Chicken is a nutrition clinically proven to...  Read more

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Urinary Stress Reduced Calorie Dry Cat Food

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100% Guaranteed for quality, consistency and taste or your money back.

Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Urinary Stress Reduced Calorie Chicken is a nutrition clinically proven to dissolve struvite stones in as little as 14 days for overweight and obese-prone cats to help control their weight. It contains ingredients to control stress, a known risk factor for the major cause of FLUTD. Struvite crystals are usually formed in response to urine that is saturated with magnesium, ammonium and phosphorus combined with an alkaline urinary pH.


Proven to dissolve struvite stones in as little as 14 days
Reduced calorie intake through controlled fat
High levels of L-carnitine, clinically proven to maintain lean muscle mass
Great taste your cat will love

Prescription Veterinary Diets are only to be used under the direct recommendation and care of a veterinary surgeon.
Any pet being fed a Prescription Veterinary Diet should be assessed by their vet at least every 6 months to ensure it continues to meet their nutritional needs.
Should your pet's health deteriorate in any way on starting a Prescription Diet seek veterinary advice immediately.
By adding this product to your basket to you acknowledge that you have read and understand all of the above information. 

The Feeding Guide below contains guidelines only; adjust values to maintain optimal body weight. Consult your vet if unsure. Fresh drinking water should be available to your pet at all times; this will also help with urinary issues. When introducing Hill's Prescription Diet to your cat for the first time, introduce gradually over 7 days:

Day 1-2: 75% old food, 25% new food
Day 3-4: 50% old food, 50% new food
Day 5 -6: 25% old food, 75% new food
Day 7: 100% new food

Ingredients

Chicken: Chicken (30%) and turkey meal, maize gluten meal, brewers' rice, cellulose, maize, dried beet pulp, digest, flaxseed, soybean oil, fish oil, minerals, animal fat, vitamins, milk protein hydrolysate, taurine, L-tryptophan, crustacean shell hydrolysate (source of chondroitin sulphate), trace elements, pork cartilage (source of glucosamine) and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).

Beta-carotene 1.5 mg/kg, Calcium 0.75%, Carbohydrate (NFE) 32.7%, Chloride 0.92%, Chondroitin sulfate 955 mg/kg, Fat 10.5%, Fibre (crude) 10.2%, Glucosamine 1055 mg/kg, L-Carnitine 515 mg/kg, L-Tryptophan 3415 mg/kg, Magnesium 0.06%, Moisture 5.5%, Omega-3 fatty acids 0.99%, Omega-6 fatty acids 2.78%, Phosphorus 0.64%, Potassium 0.71%, Protein 36%, Sodium 0.32%, Sulphur 0.57%, Taurine 2105 mg/kg, Vitamin A10 6388 IU/kg, Vitamin D10 671 IU/kg, Vitamin E10 600 mg/kg

Warnings

By purchasing this product, you confirm that your pet has been examined by a vet who recommended this diet on the basis of their diagnosis. You confirm that you understand that whilst your pet is being fed this diet, it is recommended that you seek veterinary advice at least every 6 months regarding its usage. You also confirm that you understand that you need to seek veterinary advice if your pet's condition deteriorates in any way whilst feeding this diet.

Feeding Guide

Cat Body
Weight
Dry Grams
Only
Dry Grams
+ 85g Pouches
2kg30-40 g15g + 1
3kg40-55 g30g + 1
4kg50-70 g40g + 1
5kg60-80 g35g + 2
6kg70-95 g45g + 2
7+ kg12g per kg8g per kg + 2


Overweight and obese-prone adult cats with urinary tract stones or struvite-related Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD).

Customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 5  Reviews

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  • Good for cats with urinary problems
    Get this for our puss who had a bladder stone removed. It isn't her favourite food, but she normally eats it happily as long as she knows something better (i.e. from a tin) isn't on offer!
    Girisa - July 28, 2020
  • Great for little fatties
    Our cat has has two blockages in 4 years, his stomach never liked one of the other brands and so he always threw up after, mainly because he inhales his food, but this stuff stays down and he hasn't had any problems since using it and it's a decent price.
    Damo2020 - November 5, 2019
  • excellent for cats with urinary problems
    My cat hasn't had a problem with urinary infections since the vet 1st prescribed c/d. a choice of 2 flavours too. She enjoys her food and is certainly happier and healthier on this food.
    Ice maiden - September 29, 2018
  • If only I could talk !
    Lots of purchases of the Hills c/d cat food, both wet and dry, my cat, Arthur,has stayed healthy and happy on this for the last 2 years or so.If only he could tell you himself!!
    Arthur not Me - November 12, 2017
  • Great for cats with urinary problems
    This product keeps my cats feeling well must be prescribed by a vet
    Linda - November 9, 2015