An estimated 1 in 10 dogs will experience kidney disease in their lifetime, and the best way to combat it is through a specialized kidney dog food.
Rick’s Kidney Support is the perfect dog food for kidney disease, achieving the balance of high moisture and low phosphorus that’s nutritious, natural, and—above all—delicious. This formulation has approximately 663 calories per pound.
If your dog is suffering from kidney disease or other renal problems, a low-phosphorus dog food is the best option.
Why Low-Phosphorus Dog Food?
The right kidney support for dogs means finding the right balance: low in phosphorus and high in moisture.
All dogs need phosphorus in their diet, but when the kidneys aren’t able to filter out the excess amounts, toxic levels of phosphorus can build up in their system.
Creating dog food for kidney disease should start with ingredients that are naturally low in phosphorus to avoid putting too much stress on the kidneys. Kidney care dog food should also be high in moisture, as dehydration makes it difficult for the kidneys to remove toxins and excess phosphorus from the blood.
Our Kidney Support dog food was developed in conjunction with veterinarians to specifically address kidney disease and other renal issues. It includes only low-phosphorus ingredients that help your dog’s kidneys remove toxins.
Plus, it’s high in moisture, so your dog’s meals will be hydrating as well as delicious!
The Best Kidney Dog Food
At Rick’s Dog Deli, we don’t just want your dogs to enjoy their food. We want them to thrive on it!
Our focus is on high-quality nutrition that’s uniquely formulated for your dog’s specific health needs.
Most kidney care dog food is highly processed and doesn’t address your dog’s total body health. But at Rick’s, we start with 100% USDA-inspected ingredients that have been carefully blended and cooked to address your dog’s complete nutritional needs.
Rick’s Kidney Support is a non-prescription, low-phosphorus dog food that will help alleviate kidney symptoms in the most natural way possible. And what’s more: dogs love it!