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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food
As a dog owner, you are responsible for making sure that your dog enjoys a healthy and balanced diet. The difficulty comes from the fact that different dog breeds have different needs and requirements. You don't need to worry, though, as we have designed a collection of dry dog food that caters to the unique needs of different breeds. Our Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food ensures your Labrador gets the right nutrients and ingredients to maintain a healthy weight and support positive development.
- For puppies from 8 to 18/24 months old.
- For giant breed puppies
- Supports healthy muscle development
Our formula can help your dog to achieve a healthy coat and skin. This is because it is enriched with omega 6 fatty acids, which come from borage oil, as well as DHA and EPA, which are omega 3 fatty acids. This ensures your dog's skin and coat are healthy and look incredible.
In addition to this, Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food aids joint and bone health. Unfortunately, Labradors are a breed that can commonly suffer from cartilage degeneration in their joints, which causes arthritis to develop. This is why we have ensured that our dry food contains glucosamine and chondroitin to help maintain and support healthy bones and joints.
Our specially formulated food can also help your dog to maintain a healthy weight. It is imperative to keep your dog a healthy weight throughout his lifetime. Yet this can be easier said than done, as a lot of dog food is not created with this in mind. Ours is, though, so you can have full peace of mind.
Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Ingredients
Dehydrated poultry protein, rice, wheat, maize, maize gluten, vegetable protein isolate, animal fats, hydrolysed animal proteins, vegetable fibres, beet pulp, yeasts and parts thereof, fish oil, soya oil, minerals, psyllium husks and seeds, fructo-oligo-saccharides, hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), borage oil (0.1%), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).
Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 27000 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, E1 (Iron): 68 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3.9 mg, E4 (Copper): 4 mg, E5 (Manganese): 41 mg, E6 (Zinc): 135 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.21 mg - Technological additives: Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 10 g - Sensory additives: tea extract (source of polyphenols): 150 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants.
Analytical constituents: Protein: 30.0% - Fat content: 13.0% - Crude ash: 6.5% - Crude fibres: 3.5% - Per kg: EPA/DHA: 4 g.
Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Feeding Guide
The below amounts are in grams and depend on the weight of your dog in kilograms. Feeding this amount daily should maintain your dogs weight if you just feed them dog food. Remember this doesn't include snacks!
An healthy adult Labrador retriever should weigh around 35 kgs for a male and 30 kgs for a female.
If you are worried about the weight of your dog you should speak to your vet.
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Royal Canin History
A stalwart of the dog food industry, Royal Canin has been on our dog food shelves for over fifty years. Originating in France in 1968, Royal Canin quickly became a top seller across Europe. It was in 1997 that they introduced their revolutionary size-specific nutrition, quickly followed two years later by their breed specific nutrition. Since its emergence on the pet food scene, veterinarians and breeders alike have been advocates of Royal Canin’s recipes and ethos. Royal Canin has even invested some of its profits into combatting obesity in dogs and into cutting edge research into premium nutrition for our canine companions.
Royal Canin Tailored Nutrition
At Royal Canin, the health and vitality of dogs is a top priority. This is why the firm designed its tailored nutrition approach that crafts formulas to ensure that every recipe created is nutritionally balanced with the optimum amount of vitamins, minerals and prebiotics dogs need.
These are not generic recipes with a one size fits all approach. Take miniature schnauzers for example with their sensitivity to fats. Royal Canin’s tailored nutrition approach ensures a special recipe with more carbohydrates and leaner meat sources. The same goes for German Shepherds. Their sensitive stomachs mean they need highly digestible proteins and Royal Canin has formulated a recipe especially for them. Royal Canin pride themselves on putting the health of every dog at the centre of every one of their recipes.
Check out our Ultimate Guide to Royal Canin for more info.
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