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Dog and Cat Urinary System and Behavior
Hill’s is providing the latest information on the management of Crystalluria & Urolithiasis.
Veterinarians can help reduce the number of pets given up to shelters by effectively managing lower urinary tract disease (LUTD), a major contributing factor to inappropriate urination.
Nutritional dissolution is the compassionate choice for managing struvite uroliths.
A condensed guide into how dogs think — and how you can act — and react appropriately.
FLUTD is not a misspelling of the word flute but stands for feline lower urinary tract disease, an umbrella term to describe a host of urinary conditions, many of which can be managed at the food bowl with the new Hill’s® Prescription Diet® c/d® Multicare Feline pet food.
FLUTD is an umbrella term to describe a host of urinary tract conditions that can be easily overlooked by owners who may assume their cats are misbehaving.
If your dog is eliminating indoors even after the LUTD is resolved, you can use the den concept along with these behavior modification tips to successfully re-train your dog to eliminate outdoors.
Synopses of clinical studies supporting use of Hill’s® Prescription Diet® c/d,® s/d,® u/d® and x/d® formulas.