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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food

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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food, 30-lb bag

The perfect food for your most lovable pal. Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food from Royal Canin is designed from top to bottom for your loyal Lab, giving him a feast that meets all of his unique needs. The kibble is designed to prevent gulping and overeating common with hungry Labs, and added glucosamine and chondroitin keep cartilage hydrated and improve mobility whether fetching a far-flung stick on land or in the water.

Key Benefits

  • L-Carnitine helps metabolize fat and maintain healthy weight
  • Helps support the skin’s role as a barrier with an exclusive complex of nutrients and helps maintain skin and coat health (EPA and DHA)
  • Helps support healthy bones and joints and helps maintain ideal weight
  • Enriched with EPA and DHA.
  • Dog food for Labrador Retrievers over 15 months old

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Item Number 48736
Lifestage
  • Adult
Form
  • Dry Food
Breed Size
  • Large
Country of Origin
  • United States

Chicken by-product meal, corn gluten meal, brown rice, oat groats, brewers rice, barley, natural flavors,chicken fat, dried plain beet pulp, pea fiber, wheat gluten, pork meal, fish oil, vegetable oil, sodium silicoaluminate, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, psyllium seed husk, salt, sodium tripolyphosphate, taurine,fructooligosaccharides, vitamins [DL-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), inositol, niacin supplement,L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), D-calcium pantothenate, biotin, pyridoxine hydrochloride(vitamin B6), riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), vitamin A acetate, folic acid, vitamin B12supplement, vitamin D3 supplement], L-lysine, choline chloride, glucosamine hydrochloride, trace minerals [zincproteinate, zinc oxide, ferrous sulfate, manganese proteinate, manganous oxide, copper sulfate, calcium iodate,sodium selenite, copper proteinate], L-carnitine, marigold extract (Tagetes erecta L.), tea, chondroitin sulfate,rosemary extract, preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid

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Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food Customer Reviews

Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food 4.8 5 18 18
Great product, great service This site is brilliant. I have been purchasing Royal Canin Lab Retriever dog food for over 4 years the traditional way...driving to a big box store (not that close), hauling the bag home. That is, if the big box pet store has a bag of my dog food. The last time I went to the store, they didnt have it, time wasted. A friend suggested Chewy.com. I am enrolled in their auto delivery. Free shipping and I am paying about 30% less per bag. I would highly recommend this food as well. The kibble is huge, so my Lab has a nice meal experience. His coat is gorgeous. He is in beautiful shape. We love Chewy and Royal Canin. Thank you! February 19, 2014
Great Dog Food We have been feeding Royal Canin Labrador Retriever 30 Formula Dry Dog Food to our labrador retriever all his life (except when he was a puppy). He is 10 years old now and still acts and plays like a 3 year old. We took him in to the vet last week and got a great checkup. The vet said he has great flexation and extension of all his limbs. Hardly any fat which made the vet examination easy. He's in great shape. We believe the glucosamine and chondroitin helps a lot. Thanks for the great product. March 11, 2013
This food makes my dogs coat look so healthy! We love royal canine!! Thank you chewy.com for making ordering so easy and bring do prompt with shipping! February 10, 2014
dog treats This is a great product. I actually buy the small bag and give it to my dog for training treats. He loves them. August 7, 2012
Dogs have beautiful coats. Formula provides nutrition and extra benefits for joints and coats. December 15, 2012
Outstanding - Almost The food is great, EXCEPT for *one* thing... I have had the opportunity to experience a wide variety of odoriferous "things" in my adult life. These include a veritable melange of chart toppers such as "freshly skunk-sprayed hound in the rain", "week old diaper pail opening 'first whiff' ", "eau de autopsy room", "uber funky homeless foot", and several deceased persons in various states of decomposition. If I was locked in an airtight building, forced to sit in one of two separate rooms...Given a choice between a combination of ALL of the above, and the gaseous emissions that emanate from my dog's southern exposure since starting this food - I would take door number 1, Bob. Smiling. Grateful. I don't know if any "conscious" thought would even be involved - more like pulling your hand instinctively off of a hot stove - because the aforementioned "best-of" combination would win hands-down in a taste test. When a creature that is naturally drawn *towards* things which most humans find olfactorily offensive...tries to run away from her own f**ts...once you finally stop laughing so hard it hurts and put the video camera away - I personally think it is time to consider an alternate kibble...or find a way to capture it and sell it for use as a non-lethal munition similar to CN, CS, etc. Yeah, that bad. And at an increased frequency and volume as compared to other foods in the past. Parasites and other non-food sources/medical issues ruled out. 6 yr old yellow lab, prone to developing food sensitivities over time. It is quite possible that her digestive system for some reason just wont tolerate this food - which I consider best of breed. I have rotated through a number of brands and base ingredients as sensitivities would begin to appear - typically in 18-24 months of transitioning to a particular food. Skin and ears mostly. I introduced Royal Canin about 4 months ago. My lab is actually slightly picky, and she took to it no problem. The kibble size is perfect - she actually eats it one piece at a time. The skin and ear irritation cleared up promptly once the transition was completed (mixing old and new to introduce the new incrementally), and there was a noticeable improvement in her overall coat - which I *thought* was as good as it relative with a lab, and I am not implying that she magically stopped shedding like a...well, a lab. I would absolutely recommend this food, and I am quite disappointed that I must find an alternative. December 3, 2012
Best food out there for Labrador retrievers Our chocolate lab is 6 years old and we have tried every expensive food there is. All it takes is him finishing one bag of the food and his coat shines and turns beautiful. He is prone to have some dry skin and it clears this up as well. It's an amazing food and he loves it. There's so much fish oil in it you can smell it on your hands after scooping it. Best dog food ever. Worth every penny. September 28, 2014
best food for labs I have a 4 year old chocolate american lab and a 2 year old english yellow lab. Have been feeding them this food as puppies and then changed to adult food when they were around 1 year old. So glad that the manager at pet smart told me it was the best for my dogs so I started to purchase it there. I love it even better since I found chewy.com because it cost about $14.00 cheaper July 24, 2014
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