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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet - Urinary S/O Moderate Calorie is a complete dietetic wet food with a moderate calorie content, specially formulated for overweight or obese cats. Cats that have a tendency to gain weight or are currently overweight frequently suffer from lower urinary tract diseases, so it is important to feed your cat a diet which provides support to their urinary system.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Moderate Calorie Dry Cat Food, 6.6 lb.

ROYAL CANIN Veterinary Diet™ feline URINARY SO 33™ is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for adult maintenance.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Dry Cat Food, 17.6 lb.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Olfactory Attraction Dry Cat Food, 7.7 lb. PROS: cost effective, corrected urinary problem, easy litter clean up. PROBLEM: My cat had been on this prescription for several years. Upon opening a new bag, my cat started to experience smelly stools with mucus and eventually blood. Royal Canin said they had not changed ingredients. My vet put cat on probiotics which helped a little, but problem continued. After over a year (and $500+ in veterinarian bills and probiotics) I read reviews online from other owners reporting the same problem. SOLUTION: I changed to another brand of food with low-ph ingredients. NOTE: Royal Canin website only posts positive reviews.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary SO in Gel Canned Cat Food

If negative stars were allowed this food would get a Negative 10! My male cat has crystals in his urine so the associate vet recommended I try a small bag of the dry cat food to balance him out and help prevent him from having this issue. I wasn't sure how he was going to take it so I mixed it with his other food and only gave it to him over two meals. His sister, who never really enjoys her food but eats, kept trying to steal his Royal Canin. I thought it was cute because she's never that interested in food so I let her try some.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary SO in Gel Canned Cat Food

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