|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken, Chicken By-Product Meal, Ground Whole Grain Corn...||Chicken, Chicken By-Product Meal, Ground Whole Grain Corn...||Chicken, Chicken By-Product Meal, Ground Whole Grain Corn...||Corn Gluten Meal, Ground Yellow Corn, Chicken...||Chicken, Chicken By-Product Meal, Corn Grits...|
|Health Feature||Dental & Breath Care, Eye Care, Immune Support...||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Eye Care...||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Eye Care...||Immune Support, Urinary Tract Health||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Hairball Control...|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, Pea-Free, With Grain||Pea-Free, High Fiber, With Grain||Pea-Free, With Grain||High-Protein, With Grain||Indoor, Weight Control, Pea-Free, High Fiber, With Grain|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
my middle aged male cat needs urinary tract dry food only. i had been buying him purina one's urinary tract formula because i didn't know Iams made one yet. now he has variety and choice in his life. he enjoys the taste of this very much.
I’ve had my cats on this food for almost a year now and have no complaints. I switched them from Hills Urinary/Hairball formula because I couldn’t afford it without my discount I got as a vet tech in our clinic. One of my cats had urinary crystals that was managed with that food. So I was nervous switching, but so far there has been no urinary issues and all my cats seem very happy with it! If anyone is wondering, it is fine to feed all your cats a urinary food even if they don’t have urinary problems (especially if they’re males). But always check with your vet first! This won’t fix all urinary issues.
I switched my cat to solely this food after he got FIC that was mistook as urinary tract blockage. Since switching to this food, he's been drinking more water and urinating well. His coat is also smoother and shinier. He also likes eating this kibble. Will probably keep purchasing this food unless my cat gets tired of it.
Piper Pattie says meow, meow this stuff taste really good, give me some more please! The vet says its good for me and will help my UTI's....meow, meow!
Yes I have a family of 6 cats. 1 senior female, 1 middle aged male, 4 teenagers [1 male 3 female] One 2 ocaisons, the senior female and 1 of the female teenager developed a UTI. I changed to Iams urinary tract health and we have had no problems with UTI since.
Our cat was having urinary issues and we had to switch her to a special diet. She has been thriving on this...and she took right to it when we made the switch. Chewy was super fast is shipping it, too. It was out for shipment a few hours after ordered.
My cats enjoy Iams Urinary Health cat food. The cost is satisfactory, & I feel this type of dry food is good for preventing urinary tract infections.
I switched my cats over to this food a while back and I’m so glad I did. They absolutely love it and have not tired of the same food. We have a 16 yo male and he’s had some urinary tract issues in the past. We also have other cats and they all devour it happily. Will continue buying this product.
I have 3 cats. 2 females and 1 male. My 2 females have not been getting along for about 2 years now but they manage. However, it has caused stress for both of them, and one of my females would not use the litter box anymore in attempt to mark territory. I took her to the vet the first time and found out she had a UTI at the time. Medication helped to clear this up and she started to use the litter box again, but still fought with my one cat. However, a year or so more goes by and we are back to square one. Peeing outside the litter box. Took her back to the vet but she didn't have any urine at the time for them to test, so this became an over night/few day project attempting to collect the urine myself. The vet also wanted all cats to get a urinalysis done, which was my worst nightmare. After about a week I was able to collect each cat's urine for testing. Come to find out both of my females had SIGNIFICANT crystals in their urine; however, no UTI. My vet asked about the home life and I told her everything, so she mentioned that it is clear the cats are experiencing what has now been living in a chronically stressed environment which can be a cause of cystitis and cause recurrent flare-ups during particularly stressful times for them to want to pee outside the litter box. She recommended I put them on the c/d diet to help manage their crystals. Well, as an undergrad in college I was not able to afford this diet...but I was not going to continue to let them suffer. I did a bunch of research and found this food back when it first was released, which made me skeptical. The vet at the time did not know IAMS has this specific food yet so she told me she recommended the c/d diet and did not advise the IAMS diet. Well, I did not agree but said I would attempt to make that happen and decided to put my cats on this diet instead. It has now been 1 year. I have had blood work and urinalysis done on both my females and NO CRYSTALS in their urine. My vet said well I am glad to see the c/d diet is working. I had to come clean and told her I was sorry but I could not afford that type of food for three cats. She was shocked and thankful the food was working for both my bduget and my cat's health. Lastly, my cats continue to fight and I have had to make the decision that I will have to re-home the one cat that is constantly picked on to my mother. She will be in a healthier place and will hopefully allow both my female cats to find peace and know my other cat will be in good hands and spoiled rotten!
My cat loves it and now he pees perfectly fine.. No more blood on his urine.. It worked amazing on Coco..