Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food, 13.6-oz can, case of 24

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat is a highly digestible, palatable, complete and balanced canned dog food. The diet is restricted in fat to help your dog maintain a healthy weight and is designed to support your dog's digestive health.

Key Benefits

  • Canine Gastrointestinal Low Fat is a highly digestible, palatable, complete and balanced dog food. The diet is restricted in fat.
  • Features a low fat concentration, while providing a maintenance energy level, which helps dogs with difficulties in digesting fat
  • Contains a combination of highly digestible proteins, prebiotics and EPA & DHA helps support digestive health
  • Low fiber content ensures high digestibility, nutrient absorption, and limits colonic fermentation
  • Low fat concentration improves digestive function in dogs with hyperlipidemia or pancreatitis

Note: Royal Canin Veterinary Diets require a veterinary prescription. This product will not be shipped until a copy of a valid prescription authorization is faxed to 1-800-619-7973 or e-mailed to rx@chewy.com.

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  • Item Number
    61822
  • Weight
    20.4 pounds
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Brand
    Royal Canin
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Sensitive Digestion, Weight Control, Prescription Food

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Water Sufficient for Processing, Pork By-Products, Rice Flour, Corn Grits, Corn Meal, Powdered Cellulose, Dried Plain Beet Pulp, Calcium Carbonate, Guar Gum, Natural Flavors, Gelatin By-Products, Carrageenan, Potassium Citrate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Taurine, Hydrolyzed Yeast, Fish Oil, Vegetable Oil, Vitamins [Dl-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source of Vitamin C), Biotin, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement], Trace Minerals [Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate], Marigold Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.).

Caloric Content

895 kcal/kg, 345 kcal/13.6 oz can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 6.0% min
Crude Fat 1.0% min
Crude Fat 2.5% max
Crude Fiber 2.5% max
Moisture 76.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Weight Tendency to become Overweight (Can) Ideal Weight (Can)
4.4 lbs 1/2 1/2
11 lbs 7/8 1
22 lbs 1 1/2 1 3/4
26.5 lbs 1 3/4 2
33.1 lbs 2 2 3/8
44.1 lbs 2 1/2 2 7/8
55.1 lbs 2 7/8 3 3/8
66.1 lbs 3 3/8 3 7/8
88.2 lbs 4 1/8 4 7/8
99.2 lbs 4 5/8 5 1/4
110.2 lbs 5 5 3/4
132.3 lbs 5 5/8 6 1/2

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  • Great Dog Food

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    We started using this dog food a year ago when our dog was having some stomach issues--mostly she was eating food she wasn't supposed to eat. I don't know what's in this stuff, but our dog goes absolutely crazy waiting while we dish it up. We feed her one can a day, divided for breakfast and supper, and we mix it with 1/2 cup of her dry dog food each time. She's a 10-year old beagle/lab/pointer mix and since being on the Royal Canin canned food, she has been the healthiest and most playful she has been in years. The vet, at her checkup this summer, commented that our dog certainly did not look or act her age. I know this dog food is pretty pricey, but since we've been giving this to her the last We started using this dog food a year ago when our dog was having some stomach issues--mostly she was eating food she wasn't supposed to eat. I don't know what's in this stuff, but our dog goes absolutely crazy waiting while we dish it up. We feed her one can a day, divided for breakfast and supper, and we mix it with 1/2 cup of her dry dog food each time. She's a 10-year old beagle/lab/pointer mix and since being on the Royal Canin canned food, she has been the healthiest and most playful she has been in years. The vet, at her checkup this summer, commented that our dog certainly did not look or act her age. I know this dog food is pretty pricey, but since we've been giving this to her the last year, our vet bills have been non-existent, except for the yearly checkups. I attribute this completely to the Royal Canin dog food. I would much rather pay for this dog food than trips to the vet! … more

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  • This food really helps keep my poodles' gastrointestinal issues under control.

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    When I could not get my dogs' prescription Royal Canin foods at my local vet office, I started to panic as my poodles have very sensitive stomachs and Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food really helps keep my poodles' gastrointestinal issues under control. And it is a lot easier than having to boil chicken for their low fat diet. I went on Chewy.com ordered it and received it within 2 days. I will NEVER WORRY about running out of their special prescription Royal Canin diet again. I have really enjoyed using Chewy.com. They are really efficient and reasonably priced. I have become a regular Chewy.com customer and would highly recommend it to other pet lovers.

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  • Dog with chronic kidney failure and pancreatitis

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    Our 10 - 12 yr old, 4.5 lb Pomeranian has chronic kidney failure, and was on the kidney diet, but the kidney diet is very high in fat. After a couple of months on the kidney diet, our Pom had a serious pancreatitis attack, nearly died, and went from 4.5 to 3.0 lbs in 10 days. We changed vets at this point, and our new vet addressed the pancreatitis foremost, and the new vet switched us to the Gastrointestinal Low Fat diet and we add Aluminum Hydroxide gel powder to every meal to eliminate with the phosphorus issues for his kidneys. This Gastrointestinal Low Fat diet, both canned and dry, is the only thing we feed our Pom, and it has worked. He's been eating it for 2 months. When we feed Our 10 - 12 yr old, 4.5 lb Pomeranian has chronic kidney failure, and was on the kidney diet, but the kidney diet is very high in fat. After a couple of months on the kidney diet, our Pom had a serious pancreatitis attack, nearly died, and went from 4.5 to 3.0 lbs in 10 days. We changed vets at this point, and our new vet addressed the pancreatitis foremost, and the new vet switched us to the Gastrointestinal Low Fat diet and we add Aluminum Hydroxide gel powder to every meal to eliminate with the phosphorus issues for his kidneys. This Gastrointestinal Low Fat diet, both canned and dry, is the only thing we feed our Pom, and it has worked. He's been eating it for 2 months. When we feed the dry food, we quickly soak it in a cup of water and drain it off, then sprinkle the Aluminum Hydroxide gel powder over it. Sometimes, our dog prefers only canned food, other times the dry. Most recently, it's been a combination where we coat each piece of dry with some canned food. Our Pom has no teeth, so we just toss each piece onto his eating towel and he picks it up with his tongue, one by one. Chewy's customer service is fantastic. … more

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  • Our dog has thrived on Royal Canin

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    Our dog was diagnosed with two medical conditions five years ago. We were told to keep her weight low in order to save her joints from potential damage, predicted by her mixed breeds: Dachshund and Basset Hound, both with a tendency for torqued knee joints. She was also diagnosed with a digestive disorder, and became unable to digest dry dog food at all. Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low Fat canned food literally saved her life! We stopped giving her extra dog treats and she now loves fresh fruits and crunchy veggies as her treats. She maintains her sleek ideal weight, and is now approximately twelve happy years old, loving life.

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  • royal canin prescription dog food

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    My dog has been on this food for years. The vet couldn't get my supply in time for me, so I ordered through chewy. It came fast and was perfect. I did the monthly reorder and the second one came and 12 of the cans were dented. I didn't want my dog to get sick and could get a case from the vet at that time. I sure it was a shipping issue. But at least I could get the food he needed. He also loves the treats! Hopefully the next shipment won't be damaged!

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  • Great value

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    I have tried many different brands of GI food for my 3 rescue chihuahuas with no luck. There were several brands that I refused to try as well. RC has been very helpful in providing food that not only does not upset the GI of my little ones but also with providing a food that they will eat and one that has not been recalled for many different reasons. Chewy has been most helpful in helping me not only find different products to try, listing country of origin and even going as far as to report recalls to me, but also when I found this food they were 100% helpful in getting the script from my vet once I purchased a few cans from the vet. LOVE this site and even though I would prefer using a more I have tried many different brands of GI food for my 3 rescue chihuahuas with no luck. There were several brands that I refused to try as well. RC has been very helpful in providing food that not only does not upset the GI of my little ones but also with providing a food that they will eat and one that has not been recalled for many different reasons. Chewy has been most helpful in helping me not only find different products to try, listing country of origin and even going as far as to report recalls to me, but also when I found this food they were 100% helpful in getting the script from my vet once I purchased a few cans from the vet. LOVE this site and even though I would prefer using a more organic dog food I have to admit that this dog food does deliver what it promises and in a much finer way than its major competitor does. In the end we all may want all the bells and whistles for our little ones but we end up using what works best. Since switching to this food our little 2 lbs boy has not had any issues with vomiting or diarrhea, our little 4 pound guy has not had signs of acid reflux and is now taking medication only on an as needed basis, and our little 4 lbs girl, although not really requiring a LF GI food has done well with this brand as well with no loss of weight, loss of nutritional value, and all lab work coming back perfect! … more

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  • Love this product

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    First I like to thank the Vet that recommend this product. My dog type is a puggle he once he was spayed he gain alot of weight concern about my furry buddy I attempted to change my schedule to make sure he received plenty of exercise. 10 years later he became a diabetic and now he's blind my furry friend had lost alot of wieght thought i was going to have to put him down but this product brought his weight and doing well. Top it all off he enjoys it.

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  • Gastrointestinal food

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    I have a 9 year old schnauzer with serious Gastrointestinal problems. I have been trying everything that he will eat. He started out eating this but now not so much. I ordered the treats that are this formula and he loves them. I just ordered the dry food thinking he wants something crunchy. The poor thing is so thin. I hope this works.

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  • Saving Lizzy's Life

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    I took my 7 month old English Cream Golden Retriever to the Humane Society on July 25, 2017, to have her spayed. She was a very strong and perfectly healthy puppy and weighed 65 lbs. I took her home the afternoon after her surgery and she acted normally for two to three days. Then she suddenly stopped eating and became lethargic. I took her back to the HS and they examined her and gave her a shot, took a blood test and sent her home with me with some more meds. They had recommended taking her off the medication they sent with her after the surgery as it was listed as potentially causing the side effect of a bleeding ulcer. Lizzy did not get any better and rejected the meds or anything I took my 7 month old English Cream Golden Retriever to the Humane Society on July 25, 2017, to have her spayed. She was a very strong and perfectly healthy puppy and weighed 65 lbs. I took her home the afternoon after her surgery and she acted normally for two to three days. Then she suddenly stopped eating and became lethargic. I took her back to the HS and they examined her and gave her a shot, took a blood test and sent her home with me with some more meds. They had recommended taking her off the medication they sent with her after the surgery as it was listed as potentially causing the side effect of a bleeding ulcer. Lizzy did not get any better and rejected the meds or anything else going in her mouth. Following another visit to the humane society two weeks after her spay surgery, (I had been in consistent contact with them and with my own vet) I was advised by all to take her to the nearest pet hospital, 125 miles and 2 1/2 hours away. Lizzy then weighed 50 lbs and was thoroughly examined with scopes, biopsies, ultrasounds and x-rays, etc. and determined that her esophagus had been severely damaged. While Lizzy gave no outward signs of any of this when I picked her up from the HS and brought her home the day of her spay surgery, it was the consensus of the doctors that she must have regurgitated while on the surgery table and the acid from her stomach had gone up her esophagus to her tonsils. The lead doctor said it was the worst case of esophagealitis she had seen in over 22 years. Lizzy was released to me after three nights and four days in the hospital and weighed only 43 lbs, having lost in total 1/3 of her body weight over seventeen days She had a peg tube coming from her stomach, seven different medications, a detailed plan for care and tube feeding for at least a month, along with two cases of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food. [24 cans feeds her for 8 days] The RC canned food has helped her to regain 8 lbs in just eleven days and is also helping to save her life. Lizzy goes back to the hospital in two weeks for a re-evaluation and hopefully will be able to eat solid food orally and resume her old awesome healthy life as the most spoiled dog on the planet. Phyllis and Lizzy and I also thank you for the lovely vase of white roses you sent on her return home from the hospital. They are still beautiful, just like Lizzy. Thank you all! … more

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  • Not your fault

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    I ordered this product because my dog seemed to like it after not eating due to illness. My vet was out of it, so I ordered a case from chewy. Unfortunately, my dog has now decided he doesn't like that food anymore! The ordering process and the delivery time were great. Unfortunately, I am now stuck with a lot of expensive food that Murphy refuses to eat.

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