Low Mineral-Diet Chicken

  • The first vet food line with 100% human-grade quality of all ingredients
  • Dissolves struvite stones
  • Reduces recurrence of struvite stones
  • Balanced diet developed by veterinarians based on FEDIAF guidelines
Art.No. 50202 ·€10.63 / 1 kg
6x 400g
Art.No. T50202 ·€10.31 / 1 kg
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Developed with veterinarians


Grain & gluten-free


100% human-grade quality of all ingredients


100% natural


Produced by master butchers


Chicken stomach (30%), chicken heart (26%), carrot, pumpkin (5%), potato, chicken muscle meat (7%), parsnip, fennel (4%), celery, rapeseed oil (3%), broccoli, cowberry, coconut flour, artichoke leaves*, sage* (0.4%), calendula*, dandelion*, stinging nettle*, oyster shell*, Andean salt, seaweed*, minerals

Nutritional additives/kg:

ComponentNutritional additives/kgFinal analysis
Vitamin A (3a672a)4000 IE5800 IE/kg
Vitamin D3 (3a671)400 IE380 IE/kg
Vitamin E (3a700)75 IE8,2 IE/100g
Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate)7 mg0,6 mg/100g
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)8 mg0,75 mg/100g
Vitamin B6 (3a831)3 mg
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)31 μg8,2 µg/100g
Biotin (3a880)36 μg3,8 µg/100g
Pantothenic acid (3a841)16 mg2,6 mg/100g
Folic acid (3a316)750 μg38,2 µg/100g
Niacin (3a314)28 mg2,2 mg/100g
Copper (3b405)2 mg10 mg/kg
Manganese (3b503)4 mg10 mg/kg
Iodine (3b202)0,8 mg0,65 mg/kg
Zinc (3b603)20 mg45 mg/kg
Calcium1000 mg2458 mg/kg
Phosphorus150 mg1020 mg/kg
Magnesium216 mg/kg
Sodium chloride0,23 g/100g
Chloride40 mg1,5 g/kg
Sodium 35 mg0,06 g/100g
Potassium3396 mg/kg
L-carnitine (3a910)200 mg
DL methionine (3c301)380 mg1800mg/kg

P: 0,1%, Ca: 0,2%, Na: 0,06%, Mg: 0,02%, K: 0,34%, Cl: 0,15%, methionine: 0,18%

Meat : vegetables/fruit/herbs : other raw ingredients = 63% : 33% : 4%


Special purpose of the Low Mineral Diet:
  • Dissolves struvite stones
  • Reduces recurrence of struvite stones

With highly digestible protein content, a moderate amount of fat, and low magnesium levels as well as components that acidify the urine, the LOW MINERAL diet menus were developed to dissolve struvite stones and promote the dog’s recovery from diseases of the efferent urinary tract. All grain-free menus contain a large proportion of fresh, food-grade muscle meat in order to make the pH level of the dog’s urine acidic again and supply the animal's organism with valuable amino acids. The diet includes vegetables such as pumpkin, fennel, and potatoes, which are known to promote urinary flow, while sage is used for its anti-inflammatory properties and artichoke leaves to stimulate forced urinary flow. The lingonberries contained in these menus supply vital nutrients. Particularly arbutin is of importance in this context, because it is assumed that this substance prevents bacteria from adhering to the cells of the urinary tract. Furthermore, lingonberries are said to help flush out bacteria into the urine. The diet's slightly elevated salt content increases the dog’s urge to drink, thereby forcing an increase in urinary flow. Coconut oil is considered to be anti-bacterial and can thus aid the body in recovering from urinary tract infections.

Diseases of the efferent urinary tract such as cystitis and urinary, bladder or renal calculi are not uncommon and cause the dog excruciating pain. What’s more, the formation of the dreaded calculi, in particular, can lead to life-threatening situations, because depending on their size and location, they may reduce urinary flow or prevent urine from being passed altogether, which in turn can cause the bladder to rupture. In addition to general infections and a genetic or anatomic predisposition for being more susceptible to urinary tract diseases, these diseases – and calculi, in particular – can also be caused by improper diet and insufficient water uptake The calculi are categorised according to their substrate: calcium oxalate, urate, cystine, and struvite. Struvite stones are common, forming in basic urine pH levels. As dogs are carnivores and omnivores, their urine is naturally acidic . However, an improper diet containing high amounts of grains can wrongly cause the pH level of the animal's urine to become basic. Furthermore, grain supplies substances that act as additional “building blocks” for the formation of struvite stones. High doses of minerals in a dog’s bowl also foster the formation of calculi in the urinary tract. Classic signs of urinary tract diseases include a noticeable urge to urinate and difficult, visibly painful urination. Serious infections can even lead to urinary blockage – a life-threatening emergency.

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Analytical components

Protein: 5.9 % fat content: 6.5 % crude fibre: 0.6 % crude ash: 1.4 % moisture: 80 %
MJ/kg: 4

Feeding recommendation

Terra Canis/24 h
5 kg
300 - 400 g
10 kg500 - 600 g
20 kg800 - 1000 g
30 kg1100 - 1400 g
These values are approximate.

Feeding duration:
Initially five to 12 weeks, up to six months in case of recurrence. We recommend consulting a veterinarian before feeding your pet this product and before extending the duration of feeding. Serve with sufficient drinking water.

Our promise of quality

With their unique concept ‘Dog nutrition in 100% human-grade quality of all ingredients, Terra Canis set completely new quality standards in the pet food industry 16 years ago. Thanks to a special permit from the government of Upper Bavaria, pet food was able to be produced for the first time in a genuine human-grade quality company, the traditional Munich butcher’s shop Schäbitz. This was made possible by the fact that, right from the very start, only ingredients were used which, thanks to their freshness and highest quality, were officially approved for human food products at the time of processing. This uncompromising quality and the associated delicious, appetising smell set Terra Canis menus still today apart from all other products on the market.
Due to the constantly increasing demand, the butcher's shop in the heart of Munich has reached its capacity limits. As quality is of the highest priority for Terra Canis, the menus will now be produced in their own new facility just outside Munich. Manufacturing the products within “the own four walls” enables maximum control over the quality of all ingredients and production processes. In addition, both master butchers from Schäbitz butcher’s in Munich and their entire team have been brought over, bringing with them decades of experience and expertise in the butcher's trade. All the ingredients used, the production site and the hygiene concept are still subject to 100% human-grade standards. Terra Canis customers can therefore continue to rely on the human-grade quality of the ingredients in all products.

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