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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Urinary S/O Dog Food LP18

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary S/0 LP18 dog food is ideal to help dissolve mineral stones which can be found in the bladder and kidneys of your dog.

Please note that all food items will be sent separately from other goods ordered.

Royal Canin Urinary is specially formulated to increase urine volume and increase the acidity of the urine produced. This helps to dissolve stones that are already present and to reduce reoccurrence of stones once the condition is under control. Royal Canin Urinary is a veterinary diet tailored for use in several clinical conditions relating to Lower Urinary Tract Disease and should be used under the guidance of your veterinary surgeon.

  • Effectively dissolves struvite uroliths
  • Helps dilute urine
  • Reduced magnesium
  • Antioxidants to support the immune system

* We don't sell food to non-UK addresses
** Includes N.Ireland, Scottish Highlands, UK Offshore Islands, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles


UK, Channel Islands, N Ireland, Highlands and Islands - Standard delivery arrives 2-3 days after dispatch or for heavy parcels Courier next day after dispatch Mon-Thu.
Europe - Royal Mail International Services or Courier arrives 7-10 days after dispatch.


Express delivery arrives 1-2 days after dispatch or for heavy parcels Courier 1-2 days after dispatch Mon-Thu.


Non-Food - Light parcels, delivered Tue-Fri, signature required or for heavy parcels Courier next day Mon-Thu delivery after dispatch^.
Food Mainland UK - If ordered before 12pm, next day courier delivery.
Food Other UK - Two day courier delivery service.

^ Please note - Items usually dispatched within 24 - 72 hours.

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  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

When one of our dogs Milly became ill we found that she had a bladder FULL of stones, it looked like a bag of marbles on the x-ray. After surgery to have them removed the vet prescribed this and there has been no trouble since. The only problem is trying to stop the other dogs from eating it, they prefer it to their own food!

Ray Bowley