Step 3-4 Renal Insufficiency & Osteoarthritis

Advanced Kidney & Joint Dry Diet

Health benefits and characteristics

  • Supports kidney in cats suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease at advanced stage, with or without Osteoarthritis issues
  • Reduced level of high quality protein
  • Very low phosphorus
  • High palatability
  • High quality protein, mainly of animal origin
  • High Omega-3 and DHA content

Advanced Kidney & Joint dry can be used alone or combined with Kidney & Joint Mousse in Step 3 programme.

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Available sizes:

  • 0.4 kg
  • 1.5 kg
  • 3 kg

Dogs and cats are carnivores regardless of their health status. The VETERINARY HPM Clinical Diets are based on a formulation high in protein and low in carbohydrate (HP-LC), of which an average of 90% of the protein is of animal origin.

30 % High in Protein of which86 % Animal Protein
33 % Low in carbohydrates


Dehydrated pork protein(1), rice, animal fat, potato starch, pea, hydrolysed pork and poultry protein(1), minerals, fish oil, beet pulp, lignocellulose, brewers yeast, hydrolysed fish protein, psyllium fibre, fructo-oligosaccharides, eggshell membrane, hydrolysed crustacean (source of chitosan), chondroitine sulfate, Lactobacillus acidophilus.

1) Protein sources

VETERINARY HPM® contains no artificial flavours or colours.  

Analytical Constituents 
(% as fed)
Moisture 5.5%
Protein  30%
Animal to vegetable protein ratio  86/14
Fat 21%
Minerals 7%
Crude Fibre  3.5%
NFE * 33%
Starch  28%
Calcium 1%
Phosphorus 0.5%
Sodium 0.4%
Potassium 0.8%
Omega-6 fatty acids 3.2%
Omega-3 fatty acids 1.5%
DHA 0.4
* Nitrogen Free Extract
Chondroitin Sulfate 1200mg/kg
Chitosan 1200mg/kg
Eggshell Membrane 1200mg/kg
Calcium carbonate 1%
Vitamin E 610mg/kg
Killed Lactobacilli 7 mg/kg
Bentonite 5g/kg
Daily Ration

It is advisable to follow the ration table and to provide fresh drinking water.  

Body Weight (kg) Daily Ration (g/day)
Normal* Underweight
2 20 25
3 30 35
4 40 50
5 50 60
6 60 70
7 70 85
8 80 100
9 90 110
10 100 120

*Normal: senior neutered indoor cat with optimal bodyweight 
The daily ration is based on the cat’s CURRENT bodyweight, and must be adjusted every month.

Frequently asked questions
  • How do you treat kidney disease in cats?

    Nutrition is key in kidney disease management. Early modifications of the diet can have a very positive influence on the cat's kidney function.
    If necessary, the veterinarian may also prescribe a daily medical treatment to help the cat to eliminate any toxins that may be building up in the cat's blood.

  • What are the symptoms of arthritis in cats?

    The main symptoms of arthritis in cats are:
    • Refusing or hesitating to jump up or down, no longer attempting to reach high spots
    • Less agile on stairs, becoming stiff
    • Grooming behaviour less frequent, coat matted or scruffy in some areas of the body
    • Less keen to interact
    These signs might show that your cat suffers from Chronic Kidney Disease. Don’t hesitate to consult your veterinarian if needed. 

  • What are the symptoms of kidney diseases in cats?

    The main symptoms of kidney disease in cats are:
    • Decreased appetite, feeling nauseous
    • Unintentional weight loss
    • Bad breath
    • Weakness, sleeping or resting more
    • Drinks more
    These signs show that your cat might suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease. Don’t hesitate to consult your veterinarian if needed. 

  • What causes arthritis in cats?

    As in humans, age, obesity, metabolic disease, sedentary lifestyle, joint trauma, and genetics are major risk factors for the development of OA in cats. Particularly, 90% of senior cats (aged over 10 years old) show radiological signs of osteoarthritis.