Urinary Issues

Cats and dogs can be prone to developing urinary ‘stones’ and infection. There are different types of stone composed of different minerals and compounds. Examples of these are struvite, calcium oxalate, urate and cystine. These stones form due to urine pH, output, infection, genetics and other factors.

Your pet may also suffer from reoccurring bacterial infection in the urinary system, leading to discomfort in the lower urinary tract, most commonly seen in cats. Urinary incontinence, congenital anatomic abnormalities and tumours, are amongst other conditions that may affect the urinary tract in cats and dogs.

Our approach isn’t just about following a particular fresh diet but understanding the deeper issues such as poor microbiota, food intolerances, food allergies, gut dysbiosis, hormonal changes and endocrine disruption, that may be the contributing triggers.

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