Uti-Zen®

Uti-Zen®

Food supplement for the urinary tract comfort

Successfully used in human medecine for centuries, the cranberry now offers its benefits to companion animals.
The active constituents of cranberry are well known in helping limit the adhesion and proliferation of E. Coli bacteria on urinary tract wall and also for their antioxidant effect. Uti-Zen® is very easy to use thanks to its breakable and palatable tablet presentation which favors spontaneous intake.

Price : 21.00 €

Give once daily according to animal’s weight following the usage recommendations below:

0-10 kg : ½ tablet per day

10-20 kg : 1 tablet per day

20-40 kg : 2 tablets per day

Regular and continuous administration is recommended for optimal results. The tablets can be given separately or easily crushed and mixed with regular diet.

Uti-Zen® is formulated with a cranberry powder obtained from the whole berries. 

COMPOSITION

Dextrose, cranberry powder (Vaccinium macrocarpon): 14.8% (200 mg), poultry (natural palatability agent), tricalcium phosphate, magnesium stearate. Additives: Preservatives, vitamin C, antioxidants.

Analytical constituents (in %)/ tablet

Crude protein……………....…. 5.7%
Crude fibres…..…………........ 3.0%
Crude fat………………………. 4.3%
Crude ash…………….....……..4.7%
Calcium…………………….…. 3.6%
Sodium………………………... 0.1%
Phosphorus…………………... 1.7%

Uti-Zen® is recommended for the urinary tract comfort: 
  • In combination with a treatment
  • As a maintenance care
  • For high-risk pets
    • Aged or stressed pets
    • Pets under immunomodulating treatment (corticosteroids or ciclosporin)
    • Pets with chronic diseases (diabetes mellitus, Cushing, hyperthyroidism, kidney failure, etc.)…

The efficacy of cranberry has been demonstrated through a study made on 6 dogs with recurrent urinary infections*.
  • Before the study: at least 3 relapses per year
  • With a daily dose of cranberry: free from relapse during 6 months
*Chou H-I. et al. Effects of cranberry extracts on prevention of urinary tract infections in dogs and on adhesion of Escherichia coli to Madin-Darby canine kidney cells. AJVR. 2016;77(4):421-427.


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