The first six months are the "main growth phase". They require high quality protein and nutrients.

The next 6- 12 months require a reduced protein content to help prevent any growth disorders.

Now fully grown, finding the right diet to match their energy requirements is key. 

Now in old age, diets with a lower fat and phosphorus are needed.

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Happy Dog VET Diet Urinary Low Purine

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Vet Prescribed Dog Food Diet

  • For Leishmaniasis
  • For Calcium Oxalate, Urate and Cystine Stones
  • Reduced Protein Content
  • PH Control 

Happy Dog VET Diet Urinary Low Purine is used preventively and as a support in the treatment of calcium oxalate, urate, xanthine and cystine stones. The particularly tasty recipe is strictly low in purine and has liver and kidney-friendly properties. The highly digestible, plant-based ingredients have been carefully selected. This effectively lowers the content of urinary stone-inducing nutrients. Due to the strictly low-purine recipe, the premium food is ideal as an accompanying support in the treatment and disease of leishmaniasis.

Happy Dog VET Diet Urinary Low Purine can be used for the following indications: calcium oxalate stones, urate stones, xanthine stones, cystine stones, leishmaniasis and for leishmaniasis therapy with allopurinol. The calcium content is precisely adapted to the needs of the dog. The recipe is low in purines, oxalic acid and methionine and has a target urine pH of 7.0. The complete feed is enriched with carnitine and taurine for a balanced diet.


Potato flakes (49%), potato protein * (20%), sunflower oil, beet molasses escalope * (sugar-free), pea flakes (4%), dried whole eggs (4%), rapeseed oil, liver hydrolysate, apple pomace *, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride; *) dried

Analytical components

Crude protein 22.5%, crude fat 15.0%, crude fiber 2.5%, crude ash 5.0%, calcium 0.55%, sodium 0.3%, potassium 1.3%, magnesium 0.08%, phosphorus 0 , 45%, chlorides 0.6%, sulphur 0.4%, omega-6 fatty acids 7.0%, omega-3 fatty acids 0.7%, sulphur-containing amino acids: 0.82%, hydroxiproline: 0.05% , Urinary alkalising substances: calcium carbonate

Additives Vitamins / kg:

vitamin A (3a672a) 12000 IU, vitamin D3 (3a671) 950 IU, vitamin E (all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate 3a700) 75 mg, vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate 3a821) 4 mg, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 6 mg , Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831) 4 mg, biotin (3a880) 500 mcg, calcium D-pantothenate (3a841) 10 mg, niacin (3a314) 40 mg, vitamin B12 70 mcg, vitamin C (sodium calcium ascorbyl phosphate 3a312) 200 mg, L-carnitine (3a910) 900 mg, taurine (3a370) 2000 mg; Antioxidants, tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils 1b306 (i). Trace elements / kg: iron (iron (II) sulfate, monohydrate 3b103) 115 mg, copper (copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate 3b405) 10 mg, zinc (zinc oxide 3b603) 90 mg, manganese (manganese (II) oxide 3b502) 14 mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202) 1.5 mg, selenium (E8, sodium selenite) 0.15 mg amino acids / kg: L-tryptophan (3c440) 1800 mg;

Feeding recommendation
Ideal weight in kg Normal requirement adult dog (g / 24h)
2 48
3.5 74
5 97
7.5 130
10 163
15th 220
20th 273
25th 320
30th 370
35 415
40 460
45 500
50 540
60 620
70 690
80 775

Available only on the recommendation of a veterinarian.

Feeding young animals up to 12 months of age, pregnant or lactating bitches or animals with struvite stones is not recommended.

Recommended feeding time:

  • To reduce cystine stone formation: initially for up to 1 year
  • To reduce the formation of urate stones: up to 6 months, for an irreversible disruption of uric acid metabolism for life
  • To reduce calcium oxalate stone formation: Up to 6 months