Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Moderate Calorie Adult Dry Dog Food
Combination of highly digestible proteins, prebiotics, beet pulp, rice and fish oil to ensure maximum digestive security.
A reduced calorie content helps limit weight gain in neutered dogs of those with a tendency to gain weight.
Dogs suffering from digestive disorders often show a decreased appetite and weight loss. High palatability encourages spontaneous consumption, facilitating recovery.
Eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids, omega-3 long chain fatty acids, contribute to the health of the digestive system.
- A highly digestible formula with balanced fibres, including prebiotics, to support a healthy digestion and transit
- Moderate calorie content to help maintain ideal weight
- High palatability to satisfy decreased appetites
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Improved stoolsRecommended by vet several years ago. My 11 year old labrador has been on it ever since, it suits her very well.
Improved stoolsThis was recommended by my vet and it has improved dog's stools considerably. Can now manage to pick them up as before they were much too soft.
Great for Senior Dog wiith sensitive tumMy Vet originally recommended Royal Canin Gastro Intestinal food, but it was quite high in calories, and I have a 14 year old Labrador, that cannot get around very well, so does not burn the calories, this food is ideal to help keep him in shape.
Great for fussy dogs with soft stools!Struggled to find a dog food that my spaniel would eat and not get a bad tumny tried no end of pricey high protein drys and run of the mill ones. When he was "done" my vet suggested i try the high calorie GI dry for a week after his op ( unsure why) but he absolutely loved it ! His stools are now fantastic. we now have him on the reduced calories and he still loves it and it really agrees with him. I wish it wasnt so pricey but i buy the big bags now for best value.
Great for dogs who have digestive problemsI purchased this product on advice of our vet after my dog had suffered from a bleeding stomach ulcer