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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Urinary SO canned is a complete and balanced diet for adult dogs formulated to aid in the prevention and management of canine lower urinary tract disease due to calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and struvite urolithiasis. This food requires a veterinary prescription.Guaranteed Analysis
Urinary SO Moderate Calorie contains 1225 kcal ME/KG (calculated)
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|Canine Urinary - 24x13.6oz||
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Comments about Veterinary Diet Canine Urinary - 24x13.6oz:
My Shih Tzu who has always been a very picky eater suddenly developed bladder stones. She was put on this food and happily she loves the food and eats it without problems. She cannot have treats but I put the dry Royal Canin SO dog food in her treat jar and she actually "asks" for her "treats." She is doing fine now with no more urinary problems.