Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+ Dry Senior Dog Food
Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+ is packed with all the nutrition a large breed dog needs to stay healthy and happy when they’re aged eight years old and over.
What it’s for
Larger breed dogs tend to have more problems later in life than smaller dogs. Here’s why: big dogs are heavy and, over time, simply carrying their weight around can cause joint problems. Arthritis can be common so supporting your pet’s joints and bones as they mature is very important in keeping them happy and active.
Also, if your furry friend is older, they can be more prone to illness if free radicals (a nasty type of molecule) form and weaken their immune system. Luckily, antioxidants are great at fighting free radicals, much the same as in humans. Antioxidants included in a healthy diet, such as Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+, can help them live a healthy life for longer.
- mix of proteins, nutrients, and minerals to help your dog stay healthy as they get older
- supports strong joints and bones
- maintains a glossy coat and healthy skin
- antioxidants help protect the immune system and reduce free radical build-up to lower the risk of illness
- fibre contributes to your dog’s digestive health
How it works
Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+ is a mix of healthy ingredients that will help boost your dog’s defences against the common problems of getting older. Plenty of poultry protein, rice, maize, minerals and vegetable fibres create a balanced meal for your dog. The delicious flavour means that they’ll love the taste and makes switching over to a new food really easy. No more being picky at teatime!
Each dish contains glucosamine to help to keep the joints of larger breed dogs flexible. This means that your dog will be able to stay active and be more playful. It’ll also help them get the exercise they need to stay healthy as they mature without the worry of sore joints.
The nutrients in the recipe help them grow a glossy coat and keep their skin looking good. Antioxidants from green tea and grape extracts boost your older dog’s immune system. They also help to stop the build-up of free radicals. These can attack your dog’s healthy cells, putting your pal at risk of serious illnesses, such as kidney infection.
ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 29300 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, E1 (Iron): 51 mg, E2 (Iodine): 5.1 mg, E4 (Copper): 10 mg, E5 (Manganese): 67 mg, E6 (Zinc): 200 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.11 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants.
ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Protein: 27% - Fat content: 17% - Crude ash: 5.7% - Crude fibres: 2.7% - EPA/DHA: 4 g/kg. *L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.
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Great foodMy dog absolutely loves this food. He is 9 now and has eaten Royal Canin for the past 8.5 years. We keep some of this as treats too. Great delivery service from pet Supermarket too.
Great foodOur nine year old HWV loves Royal Canin . He has been fed on this since he was a puppy and we moved him to the 8+ last year. He has never not eaten his meal and we even use it for his & biscuit treats too. Great service from pet supermarket too delivering the 15kg bags.
Royal Canin AgeingMy border collie is now 8 so I decided to move him to Royal Canin 8+ ageing. He was on the obesity Royal Canin previously which he loved and helped to bring his weight down, however he also loves the ageing food. I will never change him from Royal Canin. I think its a great product and MedicAnimal is a great site to buy from.
Great serviceWe have used Royal Canin for most of our dogs life and will continue with it as long as he continues to enjoy his meals. We know he gets and good balanced diet and we only add treats as and when. And we have used Medicanimal.com in the UK for a few years now and love the service and occasional discounts they offer. I would recommend the web site fully; it is a brilliant way to buy food for our pet.
My dog won best veteran at our breed show and with it a pack of Royal Canin. He loves it. Twice he has opened a packet himself using his teeth and claws, The first time he did it he ate half of the 3 kg bag before we noticed he had let himself in the utility room where his food is stored!