Royal canin veterinary diet sensitivity control 14 kg duck and tapioca. Recommended by my vet when my working cocker spaniel developed infection in anal glands for the second time in his two year old life. He (the dog, not the vet) has always had loose stools despite being first fed on wainwrights and then james wellbeloved, both hypoallergenic and supposedly full of goodness. When glands not expressed fully if stools loose this can apparently contribute to infected glands, though not exclusively. This new food has produced firm, bulky stools, a beautiful, shiny coat and a somewhat relieved owner and vet as surgery as an option was looming. Keeping paws crossed that we may have pushed that a long way away. This food isn’t cheap at £67. 00 a bag but amazon’s subscribe and save option brings it in at just under £1. 14 kg has lasted just under 8 weeks at 275 grms per day.
Good value and my dogs love them and their coats. Good value and my dogs love them and their coats look glossy and shiny on this food and my border terrier dose not smell bad any more he had a strong odor and this food has improved things.
Cheapest price by far, and i have really had. Cheapest price by far, and i have really had to shop around for this product. My labrador has been on royal canin for years as he has a very sensitive stomach. This product is definitely worth the extra cost.
Comments from buyers
“Good value for money and helps reduce my Cavalier’s flare ups of colitis., Good quality dog food., Didnt suit my dogs”
Our dog loves these kibbles and he has had no adverse reactions to them so far.
I have been feeding my dogs this now for 7 years, no complaints or problems whatsoever and they love it.