Royal Canin Size Dry Dog Food
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Royal Canin Size Dry Dog Food has been specially tailored to meet the individual needs of different dogs, depending on their size. This ranges from mini dogs all the way up to giant, encompassing every breed and ensuring your dog receives the exact nutrition it needs to be healthy, happy and active.
No matter what size your dog is, you will find a dish to fulfil your dog’s requirements. Each kibble recipe contains vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are vital for preserving your dog’s overall health and wellbeing, in easy to digest meals that are full of irresistible flavour.
Choose the ideal dish for your dog, depending on its size, from the Royal Canin dog food range available here at bitiba.co.uk:
- Maxi: premium protein, dietary fibre and key joint support go into these maxi breed dishes, for dogs between 26-45kg. Royal Canin dog food offers ranges suitable for every age group and nutritional need.
- Medium: most dog breeds weight between 11 and 25kg, so these complete, balanced dishes offer something for everyone!
- Giant: if your dog weighs over 45kg, it will have extra specific needs! Joints, cartilage and heart all need added support, so choose a specific giant breed dish to ensure your dog stays in premium health.
- Mini: for those between 1 and 10kg, these dishes are ideal. There are even light versions and special skin and digestive care recipes.
- X-Small: this range is for very small breeds weighing up to just 4kg, with special options for puppies, seniors and sterilised dogs, all made with optimal levels of protein and fibre.
- Royal Canin Babydog: your nursing puppies and mother dog require the finest possible nutrition at this key stage in life. This range includes mousses and milks, all enriched with every possible nutrient for healthy development.
- Club: these kibbles are extra special, with special weight maintenance, digestion and high energy dishes, as well as mixed flakes and special junior dishes.
Why not add a Royal Canin wet dog food to your dog’s diet?
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