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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food

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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food is designed for the unique requirements of labrador retriever puppies. It contains all the nutrition they need up to 15 months of age. 

Royan Canin's dry food comes with several innovations. The kibble size, shape and formula are specially designed for labrador retriever puppies, making it easy to chew and swallow. It also contains the precise blend of nutrients and calories that your growing dog needs to grow healthfully and gain weight in a controlled manner. Palatability and calorie density optimise consumption and discourage overfeeding. 

Royal Canin has also included ingredients in the mix to maintain digestive health. Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food offers FOS prebiotics as well as high-quality L.I.P protein to encourage healthy stool formation and reduce stomach complaints. Royal Canin always chooses proteins for their high level of digestibility. 

Are you worried about your growing puppy's immune system? Well, with Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food you don't have to. Its formula provides ingredients like vitamin E and antioxidants that enable the immune system to develop healthily over time, bolstering your puppy's defences. 

The life of a young labrador retriever puppy is full of new adventure and surprises. They need food that will support all their nutritional needs, backed by experience and research. Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food provides all the nutrition they need and promotes balanced weight gain, thanks to the optimal combination of phosphorous, calcium, protein and energy. 

  • Specifically designed for labrador retriever puppies
  • Contains L.I.P. protein and FOS prebiotics to support digestive function
  • Added antioxidants and vitamin E supports immune function 
  • Engineered to maintain stable weight gain over the first 15 months of life

Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy Ingredients

Composition: dehydrated poultry protein, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, rice, maize flour, animal fats, maize gluten, hydrolysed animal proteins, wheat flour, beet pulp, fish oil, minerals, vegetable fibres, soya oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides (0.34%), psyllium husks and seeds, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), borage oil, yeast extracts (source of betaglucans), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).

Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 26500 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, Vitamin E: 490 mg - E1 (Iron): 56 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3.6 mg, E4 (Copper): 6 mg, E5 (Manganese): 41 mg, E6 (Zinc): 119 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.17 mg - Technological additives: Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 10 g - Sensory additives: Yucca extract: 125 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants.

Analytical constituents: Protein: 33.0% - Fat content: 14.0% - Crude ash: 6.9% - Crude fibres: 1.7% - Calcium: 1.25% - Phosphorus: 1%.

Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy Feed Guide

The below amounts are in grams and depend on the age of your dog in months. Feeding this amount daily should help your dog grow. After 14 months you should transition to Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult food.

You will see the amount of food your feeding your puppy increases up to months 6-8 and then starts reducing.

If you are worried about the weight of your dog you should speak to your vet.

Dog Age Months Low Activity (Gs) Medium Activity (Gs) High Activity (Gs)

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.