Urinary S/O (can) For dogs with struvite uroliths, dissolution, management of recurrence, calcium oxalate uroliths, management of recurrence, bacterial cystitis, management of secondary struvite crystalluria (in association with adequate antibiotic therapy).

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Struvite dissolution

Urinary S/O Canine effectively dissolves struvite uroliths. In addition, an acidic urinary pH is unfavourable to the development of bacteria, which are frequently associated with struvite uroliths.

Urine dilution

Diluting urine decreases the urinary concentration of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals. Greater urinary volumes also ensures regular bladder wash-out.

Undersaturated urine

Undersaturated urine is an environment where crystals cannot proliferate. Thus the urine is unfavourable to the development of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals.

Low magnesium

Magnesium is a component of struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate uroliths.


Chicken meats, chicken liver, corn, corn gluten, sunflower oil, fish oil, cellulose, carrageenan, guar, taurine, minerals, cassia, acidifying substances (calcium sulfate, DL-methionine), vitamins. Crude ash: 1.5%. Crude fibre: 1.5%. Crude oil fats: 8%. Moisture: 72%. Protein: 6%.


Vitamin D3: 190IU, E1 (Iron): 11mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.33mg, E4 (Copper): 2mg, E5 (Manganese): 3.5mg, E6 (Zinc): 33mg. Cassia gum: 2.5g.

Water should be available at all times.

Feeding Guide

* Feeding amounts should be adjusted to suit your individual pet, based on their body condition score and other factors. Please consult your vet for further advice.