Renal Support with Slow Cooked Salmon
Greencross Vets

Renal Support with Slow Cooked Salmon

Vet consultation required to feed this diet

500g NET (2 x 250g portions)
  • Restricted protein
  • Restricted phosphorus
  • Highly digestible
  • Human grade Aussie ingredients
  • Independently lab tested
  • Highly palatable
  • Scientifically formulated to assist in managing patients with diagnosed stage 1 kidney disease
Greencross Vets Store in freezer at or below -15°C. To serve defrost to 4°C. Keep refrigerated and use within 7 days.

Has your dog been diagnosed with kidney concerns?

Has your dog been diagnosed with kidney disease (stage 1) or kidney insufficiency?

Your vet likely recommended this Renal Support diet. Key areas that this diet addresses kidney concerns:

Restricted & highly digestible protein
This diet has optimal protein to support healthy body condition whilst limiting accumulation of toxic protein breakdown products which can have adverse effects on dogs with kidney issues.

Restricted phosphorus
Restricting phosphorus is known to help slow the progression of kidney disease.

Optimal Supplementation
EPA & DHA assist in fighting renal inflammation. This aids dogs with kidney concerns reduce any discomfort they may be experiencing.

Feeding Guide

Daily Feeding Guide

Adult Weight (kg) Feed (g) Number of 250g portions
2 – 5 200 – 420 1 – 1 ½
5 – 10 420 – 700 1 ½ – 3
10 – 15 700 – 950 3 – 4
15 – 20 950 – 1150 4 – 4 ½
20kg+ Add ½ portion (125g) per 5kg of additional body weight.
Treatment Plan

Step 1

Consult with a veterinarian. You may be requested to provide your pet’s medical history, diagnostic imaging, or supportive laboratory tests. A physical examination may be required.

Step 2

Receive a diagnoses of canine chronic kidney disease from your veterinarian.

Step 3

Consult with your veterinarian regarding the treatment plan determined by the type and severity of the kidney insufficiency.

Step 4

Follow your vets treatment plan which may include adjusting your dog’s diet to support kidney function.

Transition & Storage

If feeding The Nosh Project for the first time, gradually transition to this new food over a period of 5 to 7 days.

Ensure your dog always has fresh clean water.

Store in freezer at or below -15°C. To serve defrost to 4°C. Keep refrigerated and use within 7 days.


Day 1 - 2

25% Nosh, 75% existing diet


Day 3 - 4

50% Nosh, 50% existing diet


Day 5 - 6

75% Nosh, 25% existing diet


Day 7+

100% Nosh


White rice, potatoes, carrots, broccoli, salmon, chicken liver, spinach, canola oil, vitamins & minerals, algal oil (EPA, DHA), psyllium husk.


The Nosh Project Renal Support is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for adult maintenance.



(Average as fed)
Crude Protein 4.4% (min)
Crude Fat 3.0% (min)
Crude Fibre 1.0% (max)
ME (Metabolisable Energy) 100kcal/100g
Sodium 0.15% (min)
Calcium 0.60% (min)
Phosphorus 0.40% (min)
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