Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic + Urinary Stress Chicken Feline Dry Cat Food
Features & Benefits
What’s so valuable about Hill's Prescription Diet Metabolic + Urinary Stress Chicken Feline Dry Cat Food? Find out here:
- Perfect for Cats Suffering from Urinary Discomfort, FIC and Bladder Stones
- Reduces Common Urinary Sign by 89%
- Proven to Reduce Body Weight by 11% in 60 Days
Crude Protein (min) 32%
Crude Fat (min) 10%
Moisture (max) 10%
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Most Liked Positive Review
Product is effective, but very expensive
My vet recommended I put my cat on the Prescription Diet Urinary Stress food last year after she developed some kidney stones. The food has been effective in preventing more stones, but she gained...Read complete review
My vet recommended I put my cat on the Prescription Diet Urinary Stress food last year after she developed some kidney stones. The food has been effective in preventing more stones, but she gained weight, so this year my vet recommended switching her to the Metabolic + Urinary Stress. It is still too soon to tell if the new food will help her lose weight, but she likes the taste of the new food as much as the old. The original Urinary Stress food is very expensive in my opinion, and the Metabolic + Urinary Stress is even more expensive. Hill's offers coupons in the beginning, but limit the number of coupons that one person can print from their e-mail account.
Most Liked Negative Review
My 16 year old indoor cat has been on c/d for years, but now he's putting on weight and my vet recommended switching him to Metabolic+Urinary. But it's twice as expensive as...Read complete review
My 16 year old indoor cat has been on c/d for years, but now he's putting on weight and my vet recommended switching him to Metabolic+Urinary. But it's twice as expensive as c/d, and WAY more than I can afford. So I'm going to have to go back to c/d, and just give him less and less to eat. I fed my late cat w/d for weight management. Why can't you just offer a c/w/d product that is less fancy, but more affordable than Metabolic+Urinary?
Reviewed by 16 customers
I started my cat on the CD urinary stress dry food. It did the trick but he gained a lot of weight. The vet switched him to the metabolic + urinary stress dry food to hopefully reduce his weight, but he hasn't lost much, even when reducing the amount he eats. I don't free feed him. He also has the wet metabolic+urinary, which I reduced. He is pretty sedentary since he doesn't have to hunt for food! He loves this food!
I was so thrilled when my Vet told me about this version of Science Diet Dr. I have 4 cats who each have their own particular health needs. One has Urinary track issues. One is Obese. One is the Boss. Number 4 is a picky eater. This food has fit all of the bills. The stress levels in the house has dropped noticeably. That has led to the picky eater putting on weight since she doesn't seem as stressed. The Boss isn't quite as bossy. I find this food affordable since it has such a wide range of function in my house. There is no way I can feed 4 cats 4 different diets and keep my sanity.
All my five cats just love it. Helps with the crystals forming making it hard to use the bathroom,
My cat started having digestive issues and our vet suggested the metabolic+urinary food to see if this would help him. And YES it has !!!!!!!!!!!
After repeatedly having to treat two of my four cats for urinary tract infections over a 6 month period I decided to try a different vet. New vet recommended Hill's prescription diet urinary stress and there have been no more urinary problems for the past six months. I am a believer!