Royal Canin Breed Specific Food
Since 1968, Royal Canin has studied the unique health needs of cats and dogs in the minutest of detail. Over that time, they have learnt that the smallest nutritional difference can make a huge difference to your pet’s life and health. Each individual Royal Canin recipe is formulated to deliver the exact level of antioxidants, vitamins, fibre, prebiotics, and minerals that are essential to your pet’s unique health needs. The individual health of every cat and dog is as unique as they are, and no one knows that better than Royal Canin. This is why they offer an extensive range of specific pet foods depending on your dog’s size, and even specific breeds!
What our customers think of Royal Canin
Best dog food available for sensitive digestion.
Helps my dogs digestive system and she loves it.
Brilliant, my cats love it, excellent for tooth care and the Vet always compliments my cats on their good dental condition.
The cats like this better than another brand. I've not tried it myself, so have no comment from a personal perspective.
How to Choose The Right Royal Canin Food For Your Pet
There is a lot to take into account when choosing the right food for your pet, and as Royal Canin offers such an extensive range of breed, size, and condition specific pet food, it can be hard to know where to start.
Multiple things can impact what diet is best for your pet, including:
- General health
Royal Canin offers a great range of size specific dog foods, including food for small dogs (under 10kg), medium dogs (from 11 -25kg), large dogs (from 26-44kg), and extra-large dogs (45kg and over).
Much like people, pets have different nutritional requirements depending on their age. All Royal Canin products are available for every life stage of your pet, from Royal Canin puppy and kitten food, all the way to Royal Canin senior food.
Royal Canin also offer a variety of vet recommended, condition specific foods to aid pets with specific health requirements, including, but not limited to:
- Weight management
- Dental health
- Urinary health
- Kidney health
- And more!
If you are thinking for switching to a Royal Canin Veterinary diet, be sure to consult your vet first as these pet foods may not be suitable for an already healthy pet.
Royal Canin Breed Specific Dog Food
As nutritional demands vary by age and size, they can also vary greatly between specific breeds. Over the past 50 years, Royal Canin has developed their Breed Health Nutrition range offering tailored diets for specific dog breeds. Featuring high-quality protein and a unique blend of necessary nutrients, Royal Canin breed specific is a great way to keep your dog as healthy as possible. Each recipe is designed with the breed in mind and takes into account the shape, size and texture of different dog breed’s facial and jaw structure as well as biting patterns.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Royal Canin Vet Recommended?
Yes! All Royal Canin pet foods are formulated with the aid of a veterinary nutritionist who can ensure that the vitamins, minerals and ingredients in the food are high-quality to give your pet the bet nutrition possible.
How Long Does Royal Canin Food Last?
With Royal Canin dry food, to keep the kibble at its best palatability it’s best to finish the bag within one month of opening. However, if stored in an appropriate, air-tight container, Royal Canin can last for up to two months.
Royal Canin wet food should be refrigerated after opening and be consumed within two days.
Is Royal Canin Grain Free?
Royal Canin believes in achieving the best possible nutrition for pets. This means that Royal Canin pet food is not grain free. Instead, they ensure that the outer husks of the grain have been removed, as this is the part that can be indigestible to pets. If your pet has allergies, then it’s recommended to feed them the Royal Canin Hypoallergenic food.