Royal Canin Veterinary Diets for Dogs
Royal Canin have formulated a range of therapeutic veterinary diets to aid in the management and treatment of many common chronic diseases in dogs, including skin diseases and allergies, osteoarthritis, and gastrointestinal, renal and cardiac problems.
These diets are designed to be used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan from your veterinarian. We strongly recommend that you consult with your veterinarian prior to feeding and on a regular basis i.e. every 6 months, so that your pet receives the maximum benefit from the product.
Royal Canin's general diets for dogs can be found here.
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Royal Canin Veterinary Diets FAQs
The following are some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Royal Canin therapeutic veterinary range of dog foods. If you have a different question concerning this product, please contact us.
When should I feed my dog a Royal Canin Veterinary Diet?
You should only feed your dog a veterinary diet once you have been advised to do so by your veterinarian. These diets are formulated to aid in the treatment and management of specific conditions, and are designed to be used as part of a wider treatment plan from your vet. We recommend that you consult with your veterinarian at least every 6 months (or as otherwise directed) to ensure that your pet is receiving the maximum benefit from the diet.
Can I feed my dog other food or treats while on a veterinary diet?
These diets are designed to be a complete source of nutrition for your dog. In fact, feeding treats or other food in addition to a special diet can actually reduce the therapeutic efficacy. Only feed additional treats or food if your vet approves it.
I can't find my dog's special veterinary diet. Do you have it?
We stock the full range of Royal Canin dog food. If you can't find your pet's food in our store please contact us.