Royal Canin Canine Gastro Intestinal Low Fat
Royal Canin Canine Gastro Intestinal Low Fat has been specially blended to help relieve your dog’s tummy problems, so they can enjoy a healthy, happy life.
What it’s for
If your dog suffers from a tummy disorder, it’s likely to make them uncomfortable, unhappy, and unable to really enjoy their food. There are a few things to keep an eye out for if you think your dog might have this kind of problem.
Next time you feed your dog, watch to see if they’ve changed their eating habits. Most dogs will eat pretty much anything, and it’s quite rare they won’t finish everything you put in their bowl! If your dog doesn’t seem that interested in their food anymore, that could be a sign of a tummy problem. They could also be sick a lot, or have diarrhoea. If you do spot any of these symptoms, take your pet to the vet straight away. Some stomach problems can be very serious.
The right diet is really important for any animal, so make sure you check with your vet before feeding Royal Canin Canine Gastro Intestinal Low Fat to your dog.
- specially developed to help your dog’s tummy stay healthy
- gentle, easy to digest recipe means your dog can enjoy the food even with a sensitive stomach
- low fibre means they can go to the toilet easier
- antioxidants boost your dog’s immune system
- packed with nutrients
- low in fat.
How it works
The food is a careful mix of low fat ingredients and lots of fatty acids. These are really good for your dog’s digestion, and can help reduce and soothe any tummy problems. The ingredients are all natural too, which means there’s less chance they’ll irritate your dog’s system.
Protein is a very important part of your dog’s diet. It’s usually found in meat, but some of these proteins can be bad for your dog if they have tummy upsets. The proteins in this food are specially chosen because they are gentle. What’s more, they’re already broken down into smaller parts, so your dog will be able to absorb them really easily.
Not recommended in cases of:
Pregnancy and lactation
Royal Canin Canine Veterinary Diet Gastro Intestinal Low Fat Lf22Dry - Rice, dehydrated poultry meat, wheat, barley, hydrolysed animal proteins, beet pulp, animal fats, yeasts, minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides (FOS), psyllium husks and seeds, fish oil, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligosaccharides), marigold extract (source of lutein).
Wet - Pork liver, pork meat, maize, rice, minerals, cellulose fibre, beet pulp, taurine, yeast extract (source of mannan-oligosaccharides), fish oil, marigold extract (rich in lutein), trace elements (including chelated trace-elements), vitamins.
|(g / day)||Cup / day||(g / day)||Cup / day||(g / day)||Cup / day|
|6||118||1 4/8||104||1 1/8||89||7/8|
|8||146||1 6/8||128||1 3/8||111||1 1/8|
|10||173||2 4/8||152||1 5/8||131||1 3/8|
|15||234||3||206||2 1/8||178||1 7/8|
|20||290||3 5/8||255||2 5/8||221||2 2/8|
|25||343||4 1/8||302||3 1/3||261||2 6/8|
|30||393||4 5/8||346||3 5/8||299||3 1/8|
|35||442||5 1/8||389||4||336||3 4/8|
|40||488||5 1/8||429||4 4/8||371||3 7/8|
|50||577||6||508||5 2/8||438||4 5/8|
|60||661||6 7/8||582||6 1/8||503||5 2/8|
|70||743||7 6/8||653||6 6/8||564||5 7/8|
|80||821||8 4/8||722||7 4/8||624||6 4/8|
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Delighted with serviceReally pleased how quick this was delivered to N.Ireland. Just what the vet ordered. My Schnauzer loves the RC low fat Gastro Intestinal meal
Every bit of the service was fantasticRoyal canin gastro intestinal low fat
Best dog food for pancreatitisMy dog has been on this since he was diagnosed with pancreatitis 2 yrs ago hardly has any flare ups thanks to him being on this
Not as good as Hill's ID Low FatDifferent dogs may respond differently. But for my dog, this is not as digestible as Hill's I/D Low Fat and my dog has lost a lot of weight on this food. Vet said these are the same but for my dog, it's clearly not the case. Buying Hill's now to do mix & match because I don't want to throw over half of a bag of this food away.
It may be boring, but...Our 13 year old Cocker Spaniel has a history of pancreatic problems, in fact it was so bad that we thought that we were going to lose her a few years ago. Then we heard about this low fat food from Royal Canin and since then she runs around like a 2 year old.