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Veterinary Diets for cats

Does your cat have a health problem? Has a veterinarian prescribed her a special food or are you just looking for more information on veterinary diets for cats from the Calibra brand? Here you will find a quick overview of our veterinary diets in the form of kibbles and cans.

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Calibra VD Cat Struvite for cats

Urinary tract diseases are relatively common problems and health complications in cats. The development of urinary tract infections and the formation of urinary stones are conditioned by several factors – from breeding predisposition through stress to diet. Calibra has developed veterinary diets that help treat struvites – the most common type of urinary stone in cats.

Calibra VD Cat Renal & Cardiac for cats

Kidney failure and heart disease not only threaten older cats, but also occur in young individuals. Whether it is an acute or chronic illness, using the right treatment and appropriate food is a key tool to improve the quality and prolong the life of your four-legged friend.

Calibra VD Cat Diabetes for cats

Has your cat been diagnosed with diabetes, which unfortunately does not escape our four-legged friends? You can help her with a properly chosen diet – one of the possible solutions is to use the veterinary diet Calibra VD Cat Diabetes.

Calibra VD Cat Gastrointestinal & Pancreas for cats

The cat's digestive problems are one of the most common reasons for visiting a veterinarian, who often recommends starting a veterinary diet as part of treatment. Are you interested in how a change in diet can help and how is the Calibra diet different from conventional food? Let's take a look at the complex issues of digestion together.

Overview of veterinary diets for cats

In the Calibra Veterinary Diets product line, we currently offer you 9 veterinary diets for cats – 5 types of dry food and 4 types of canned food (one of them is common for dogs and cats). This article gives you a quick overview of recipes and the most common diseases in which they may be indicated as part of treatment.