Dr. Edward Moser, a board certified veterinary nutritionist, weighs in on pet food nutrition.
Have an older cat with a kidney problem? Wondering what Wellness food is best for her? Dr. Moser lends his insights.
Wellness feline diets are natural diets formulated to maintain health in cats of various breeds, ages, living situations and activity levels. Once kidney disease is diagnosed, we recommend the pet owner work with their primary care veterinarian to individualize the dietary plan. Usually, much attention is given to protein, phosphorus and sodium restriction in feline chronic real failure. Of the Wellness feline diet; Indoor Health has the lowest protein (31% as fed) content, is about 0.8% phosphorus; and 0.2% sodium, and contains 465 kcal per 8 ounce cup.
Dr. Edward Moser holds diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Nutrition, and advanced degrees from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (where he is an adjunct assistant professor Veterinary Nutrition) and The Ohio State University.