Royal Canin Vet Diet Dog Food: Renal Wet
Royal Canin Renal Dog Food is for the nutritional management of Chronic Renal Failure (CRF) in the adult dog. Not recommended in cases of pregnancy, lactation growth, pancreatitis or history of pancreatitis or hyperlipidaemia.
About Renal Dog Food:
- If your dog has lost its appetite and seems to be drinking more, it may be suffering from kidney problems. The nutritionists and veterinarians at Royal Canin have developed renal dog food in a range of flavours (both wet and dry). To offer your pet to make them more comfortable and give their system a much-needed boost.
- As well as tasty range, designed to encourage even the fussiest dog to eat. The high-density calorie formula means only a small portion of renal dog food is needed to get results. However, Renal dog food contains Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants to help your dog’s kidneys and general immune system health.
- Restricted phosphorus and protein work to support your dog’s kidney function, In addition, with all ingredients working together to help make your dog more comfortable.
Does my dog need renal dog food? Your dog may have a kidney problem if they a showing some of these:
Weight loss, vomiting, diarrhoea, poor hair/coat, loss of appetite, drinking more/urinating more. In other words, Speak to your vet if you think your dog may be suffering from a problem with their kidneys and they will advise you on what treatment will be best for you and your dog.
Ingredients: Meat and animal derivatives (pork, poultry), cereals, oils and fats, eggs and egg derivatives, minerals, vegetable origin, yeasts, various sugars.