Renal

Renal Renal

The expert’s explanation

Characteristics

INDICATIONS

  • Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
  • Renal failure
  • Calcium oxalate urolithiasis
  • Early signs of congestive heart failure
  • High blood pressure
  • Liver disease associated with encephalopathy
  • Diabetes Mellitus

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Health problems that require high protein or phosphorus intake

Benefits

    • LOW PHOSPHORUS CONTENT
    • LOW PHOSPHORUS CONTENT

  • Helps to prevent hyperphosphatemia and delays the progress of renal failure.

    • MODERATE LEVEL OF HIGH-QUALITY PROTEINS
    • MODERATE LEVEL OF HIGH-QUALITY PROTEINS

  • Help reduce the level of azotemia, the production of nitrogenated residues and helps maintain muscle mass.

    • FISH OIL RICH IN OMEGA 3
    • FISH OIL RICH IN OMEGA 3

  • Aids in the control of glomerular hypertension and prevents structural lesions of the kidney.

    • GREATER ENERGETIC DENSITY
    • GREATER ENERGETIC DENSITY

  • Promotes the caloric supply for cats with poor appetite.

    • POTASSIUM SUPPLEMENT
    • POTASSIUM SUPPLEMENT

  • Prevents deficiency states caused by acidosis and losses associated with diuretic treatment.

    • REDUCED SODIUM CONTENT
    • REDUCED SODIUM CONTENT

  • Improves acidosis and compensates for the kidneys’ inability to excrete sodium.

    • INULIN AND BEETROOT PULP
    • INULIN AND BEETROOT PULP

  • Promotes intestinal health, greater plasma urea consumption and increased excretion of nitrogen in feces.

    • TAURINE SUPPLEMENT
    • TAURINE SUPPLEMENT

  • Promotes the correct mechanical function of the heart.

Formats

  • 8410650155418200 g
  • 84106501524481.5 kg

composition

Dry food: Maizericemaize glutenanimal fatdehydrated pork proteinsdehydrated eggsoya flourbeetroot pulphydrolyzed animal proteinsdehydrated milk serumdehydrated fish proteinsfish oilcalcium carbonatesodium caseinatepotassium chlorideinulin.

Nutritional Additives

Vitamin A
 
18000 - 19565 - 8000 - 26666
Vitamin D3
 
1400 - 1522 - 400 - 1333
Vitamin E
 
550 - 597 - 20 - 67
Vitamin B1 Thiamine (ppm)
 
52 - 57 – –
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (ppm)
 
25 - 27 – –
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (ppm)
 
16 - 17 – –
Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (ppb)
 
85 - 92 – –
Folic Acid (ppm)
 
6.4 - 7.0 – –
Biotin (ppm)
 
0.14 - 0.15 – –
Choline (ppm)
 
2500 - 2717 – –
Taurine (%)
 
0.20 - 0.22 – –
Iron (ppm)
 
215 - 234 – –
Copper (ppm)
 
16 - 17 - 3 - 10
Zinc (ppm)
 
184 - 200 – –
EPA (%)
 
0.20 - 0.22 – –
DHA (%)
 
0.14 - 0.15 – –
Linoleic Acid (%)
 
2.2 - 2.4 – –
Omega 6: Omega 3
 
4.3 - 4.7 – –
Urinary pH
 
6.7 - 7.5 - 6.7 - 7.5
Metabolizable energy (kcal/kg)
 
3772 - 1498

Average analysis

Protein
 
25%
Fat content
 
15.5%
Gross cellulose
 
2.5%
Inorganic matter
 
5.3%
Humidity
 
8%
Calcium
 
0.8%
Phosphorus
 
0.4%
Sodium
 
0.2%
Potassium
 
1.0%
Magnesium
 
0.08 %
Chloride
 
0.75%

Theoretical Metabolizable Energy

METABOLIZABLE ENERGY
  • Dry
  • Wet
  • Protein %
  • 23
  • 24
  • Fat %
  • 35
  • 49
  • Carbohydrates %
  • 42
  • 27
MEAN DIGESTIBILITY
  • Dry
  • Wet
  • Total %
  • 88
  • 86.3
  • Protein %
  • 88
  • 86.9
  • Fat %
  • 82
  • 92.9
  • Carbohydrates %
  • 90
  • 82.2
  • Calories %
  • 88
  • 88.8

Recommended Daily RationsRecommended Daily Rations

The amounts indicated are recommended daily servings and, therefore, must be adjusted to the age, breed, climate conditions, level of activity and physical condition of your pet.
WeightDryWet
g/dayCans per day
2.5-3 kg50 g¾
3-3.5 kg55 g¾
3.5 -4 kg60 g1 ½
4 -4.5 kg70 g1 ½
4.5-5 kg75 g1 ½
5-5.5 kg80 g1 ¾
5.5-6 kg85 g2 ½
6-6.5 kg90 g2 ½
6.5-7 kg295 g2 ½

1. All adjustments must be made considering the environmental conditions, level of activity and physical condition. This daily amount should be distributed over various meals throughout the day. The animal must always have fresh, clean water available.

2. For every 500 g of supplemental body weight, add an additional 26 kcal, or approximately 1/10 of a can.