Royal Canin has been around for over 52 years and offers a wide variety of healthy pet foods. It has breed specific formulas as well as specialty diets to address common health concerns.
They also have a foundation that focuses on creating long-term value to society and the animal world. The foundation aims to support projects that benefit animals in the areas of medical and mental health, among others.
Veterinary Diet Urinary SO
Veterinary Diet Urinary SO is a food that helps support your pet’s urinary health. This formula helps dissolve struvite crystals and calcium oxalate stones, which can be dangerous.
This diet promotes a low ion concentration in urine, which prevents these types of crystals from forming. It also contains lower magnesium levels to help discourage stone formation.
Royal Canin works closely with veterinarians to develop dog formulas that support urinary tract and bladder health. These products use RSS methodology to predict urine crystallization and a precise mineral balance to prevent stone formation.
This food is a good option for dogs with a tendency to form bladder stones or those that have had their bladders spayed/neutered. It also promotes a healthy increase in urine production, which allows your pet to expel dilute minerals from their urinary tracts and bladders.
Veterinary Diet Hydrolyzed Protein Adult HP
The Veterinary Diet Hydrolyzed Protein Adult HP is a special diet developed by veterinarians and pet nutritionists for dogs with food sensitivities. It helps relieve itchiness, hair loss, skin inflammation and recurring infections and supports gastrointestinal function.
Unlike regular dog foods, hydrolyzed dog food uses water to break proteins down into smaller pieces that aren’t detectable by your dog’s immune system. These lower molecular weight peptides don’t trigger an immune response, which is why vets often prescribe hydrolyzed protein diets for food allergies and inflammatory bowel disease.
Besides hydrolyzed soy protein, the formula contains brewer’s rice, which is an easily digestible source of carbohydrates. It also includes key vitamins and minerals to support a healthy digestive tract.
Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat
The Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat is a specialized dog food that is intended to help dogs with gastrointestinal issues. It is usually recommended by veterinarians, and it is a popular choice for canines that have sensitive stomachs.
The Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low fat has a lower fat content than some other foods on the market, making it a great option for dogs that have trouble digesting their food. It is also a great food for dogs that have problems with their livers or gall bladders.
It has a reduced fat content and highly digestible proteins, which are ideal for dogs that have difficulty absorbing fat from their diet. It also includes prebiotic fibers and EPA+DHA to help balance the GI tract and improve stool quality.
Veterinary Diet German Shepherd Adult
Designed to meet the specific needs of purebred German Shepherd dogs 15 months and older, this food promotes digestion with highly digestible proteins and certain fibers. It also helps support healthy skin and coat with EPA and DHA from fish oil.
Protein is the primary nutrient your dog needs for energy, building and repairing muscles, forming new skin, hair and nail cells, and supporting immune and musculoskeletal health. It’s important to choose a high-quality diet that has sufficient levels of these nutrients for your pet’s age, activity level, and health status.
The lion’s share of a German Shepherd’s diet should consist of animal protein (with its associated vitamins and minerals), followed by fat, complex carbohydrates and fiber. Depending on your dog’s lifestyle and activity level, fat and complex carbohydrate percentages can be increased or decreased.
Veterinary Diet Adult Chicken
Royal Canin in Kuwait breed health nutrition is designed for specific breeds. Each product is made with a size, shape and texture that is optimized for the specific needs of your breed.
It is made with the same high-quality proteins, adapted energy levels, and precise fiber levels to promote your dog’s overall well being. They also include EPA and DHA omega 3 fatty acids to help maintain your dog’s skin and coat.
This dry food receives the Advisor’s mid-tier rating of 3 stars. It uses a moderate amount of named by-product meal as its primary source of animal protein, and wheat gluten is included as a non-meat ingredient that can boost the overall protein content of the food. It also has a moderate amount of fat and near-average carbs.