Bladder Crystals - Best Food
Well my new boy Seymour is predisposed to forming crystals and his first urine test with our vet showed a high PH and elevated phospherous levels (I think I said that right). He was on Iams for a week at the time of the sample.
I don't have the urine test yet so I can't give the results, however he suggested that we continue to feed Iams wet for another week and see how his levels are at that time. If not, he said we'd have to go to the prescription food which ALL my cats will need to eat since I can't guarantee he won't nibble at their food.
I recall Laurief saying that dry food should be eliminated, yet the vet said that a little Iams dry can be left out for nibbling during the day.
This is a very serious condition, so I want to be certain that I am treating it properly. Any advice?