[Cooked] Prescription Diet - Diet for Kidney Disease (Beef Recipe) 200g
We know your dog is a part of our family, So everything Nufresh sources are 100 % human grade and we guarantee all meat sources are from overseas. Every Meat we source, we requested the proof of its origin and the imported license to ensure the quality. On the other hand, we have a constant bacteria check with Intertek to ensure every food is up to the highest standard.
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- Lower level of fat content, suitable for dogs who had a history of pancreatitis (If dogs are currently suffering from pancreatitis, please use the diet for pancreatitis)
- Lower Level of Phosphorus. Dogs with kidney Diseases cannot eliminate phosphorus in their urine and it causes the kidneys to steal calcium from the body’s bone in order to bring the amount of Calcium and Phosphorus in the balance
- High -quality of protein but in smaller quantities reduces demand on the kidneys, relieves hypertension and lightly applies the brakes to the progression of renal diseases
- Sodium reduction assists in relieving hypertension, but enough sodium must be supplied to help bring water through the kidneys.
- Magnesium is kept close to the normal recommended daily allowance to prevent calcium crystallization and formation of kidney stones
Beef - Good source of protein, vitamins and minerals.
Potatoes - Energy source for maintenance
Tomato - Excellent source of lycopene which help against cancer and degenerative diseases
Broccoli - Contains photo-nutrients and anti-oxidant vitamins
Pumpkin Puree - Fiber, Vitamin A, decrease risk of heart diseases and obesity
Walnut Oil - Omega 3 and 9 fatty Acid
Salmon Oil - Omega 3 Fatty Acid
NuFresh Nutrient mix - Vitamin and minerals formulated by Vets specialist
Every 100 grams of Nufresh Diet for Kidney Disease (beef) contains (Gurantee Analysis):
Calories 130 kCal Crude protein 6.5% Crude fat 3.5% Carbohydrates 14.7% Water 72.2% Calcium 219 mg Phosphorus 78.8 mg
Suggested Feeding Guidelines
The below listed suggested Feeding Guidelines is solely for Fresh Diet, Diet for Kidney Diseases, and Diet for Pancreatitis only. Prescription diet for Cancer and IBD may have various appropiate feeding amount due to special nutrition balance and needs.
For suggested feeding guidelines of all products and a more precise feeding amount, you may visit our Feeding Guidelines page.
You may also reference the feeding guidelines written on the back side of the package. Our feeding guidelines is a general guideline calculated according to the dog's weight. Each dog's calories requirement varies up to 50% depending on age, activity, target weight etc. You may consult your vet for a more detailed feeding suggestion.
Dog's Weight (kg) Daily Feeding* (grams | packs) Suggested weekly amount (kg | packs)
<1.5 ~ 3 kg
100 ~ 200 g
0.5 ~ 1 packs
0.7 ~ 1.4 kg
4 ~ 7 packs
3 ~ 8 kg
200 ~ 400 g
1 ~ 2 packs
1.4 ~ 2.8 kg
7 ~ 14 packs
8 ~ 14 kg
400 ~ 600 g
2 ~ 3 packs
2.8 ~ 4.2 kg
14 ~ 21 packs
14 ~ 20 kg
600 ~ 800 g
3 ~ 4 packs
4.2 ~ 5.6 kg
21 ~ 28 packs
20 ~ 27 kg 800 ~ 1000 g
4 ~ 5 packs
5.6 ~ 7 kg
28 ~ 36 packs
27 ~ 34 kg
1000 ~ 1200 g
5 ~ 6 packs
7 ~ 8.4 kg
35 ~ 42 packs
34 ~ 42 kg
1200 ~ 1400 g
6 ~ 7 packs
8.4 ~ 9.8 kg
42 ~ 49 packs
42 ~ >50 kg
1400 ~ 1600 g
7 ~ 8 packs
9.8 ~ 11.2 kg
49 ~ 56 packs
*Each 100g contains approx. 130 Kcal. Each dog's calories requirement varies up to 50%. Puppies may requires 2-3 times the adult feeding amount.