Diet food for cats with kidney disease.
Royal Canin Renal should be fed only after proper diagnosis and after a veterinary prescription.
- Chronic renal failure (CRF)
- Calcium oxalate prophylaxis with simultaneous renal insufficiency
- Prevention of recurrent urate and cystine stones
- Hepatic encephalopathy
- Pregnant and lactating females
Duration of treatment
Dietary treatment for chronic renal insufficiency is to be maintained lifelong and regularly monitored. Early dietary actions are recommended.
- Reduced phosphorus content: In case of renal phosphorus phosphorus is not or only insufficiently excreted through the kidneys. The reduced phosphorus content counteracts secondary hyperparathyroidism, which can result in a progression of chronic renal failure.
- EPA / DHA: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are long-chain fatty acids of the type omega-3. Due to their anti-inflammatory action, they can contribute to the maintenance of glomerular filtration.
- High digestive security: advanced uremia may result in the formation of gastric ulcers. The combination of fermentable fibers (FOS) with zeolite promotes a balanced intestinal flora and supports the health of the intestinal mucosa.
- Anti-Age System: A synergistic combination of antioxidants ( Vit E, Vit C, taurine and lutein), helps the body cells to protect against attacks of aggressive metabolic products, supports the immune system and helps prevent premature cell aging.
Further information: cats with chronic renal failure often suffer from anorexia. Feeding a food with high acceptance and the ability to offer different forms is useful. The high energy density allows for meeting the energy needs using smaller amounts of food.
Meat and animal derivatives (pork, chicken), cereals, fish and fish by-products (salmon), oils and fats, vegetable by-products, minerals, sugar
ADDITIVES (per kg):
Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 360 IU, E1 (iron): 4 mg, E2 (iodine): 0.25 mg, E4 (copper): 2 mg, E5 (manganese): 1.3 mg, E6 (Zinc): 13 mg - Technological additives: clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 0.2 g
Protein: 7.5% - Fat content: 6.5% - Crude ash: 1% - crude fiber: 1.2% - Moisture: 77.5% - Calcium: 0.15% - Phosphorus: 0.1% - potassium: 0 , 2% - sodium: 0.09% - magnesium: 0.01% - chloride: 0.11% - sulfur: 0.13% - vitamin D (total): 450 IU / kg - hydroxyproline: 0.13% - essential fatty acids: 2.05% - EPA and DHA: 0.14% - urine alkalising substances: calcium carbonate, potassium citrate
|Ingredient analysis table||Amount|
|arachidonic acid (%)||0,05|
|Crude ash (%)||1|
|Crude fiber (%)||1,2|
|Dietary fiber (%)||2|
|Fat content (%)||6,5|
|Metabolizable energy (calculated according to NRC 85) (kcal / kg)||1036|
|Metabolizable energy (measured) (kcal / kg)||1123|
|Methionin cystine (%)||0,31|
|Nitrogen-free extractives(NFE) (%)||6,3|
|Omega 3-fatty acids (%)||0,15|
|Omega 6-fatty acids (%)||2,3|
|Vitamin A (UI/kg)||21000|
|Vitamin C (mg/kg)||60|
|Vitamin E (mg/kg)||145|
|Metabolizable energy (calculated according to NRC 2006) (kcal / kg)||1062|
|Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) (mg/kg)||10|
|Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) (mg/kg)||0,01|
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) (mg/kg)||2|
|Vitamin B3 (Niazin) (mg/kg)||20|
|Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) (mg/kg)||3|
|Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxin) (mg/kg)||1,5|
|Vitamin D3 (UI/kg)||450|
Recommended daily intake (g / day):
Water should be available at all time.
|Body weight (kg)||thin||normal||overweight|
|5||1 1/2||1 1/4||1|
|6||1 1/2||1 1/4||1|
|7||1 1/2||1 1/4|
|8||1 1/2||1 1/4|
|9||1 3/4||1 1/2|
Proper change of diet. Step by step.
Your pet will need time to get used to the new food. To avoid digestive problems, a change in diet should be done slowly and gradually.
|Time of Delivery||3-5 days|