Royal Canin Canine Care Nutrition Sensitive Skin Care Loaf in Sauce Canned Dog Food, 13.5-oz, case of 12

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Rated 4.5833 out of 5 stars
$47.88Chewy Price
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  • Wet dog food specially formulated for dogs of all sizes with sensitive skin and dry coats.
  • Nourishes skin with precise nutrients and high-quality protein.
  • Helps maintain a healthy, shiny coat and care for a dog’s sensitive skin.
  • Supports healthy skin in dogs that may scratch due to seasonal or environmental irritants.
  • Loaf in sauce soft dog food texture pairs perfectly with Royal Canin Sensitive Skin Care Dry Dog Food.

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About Royal Canin Canine Care Dog Food

Tailored Nutrition for Dogs

Royal Canin knows that some dogs need more advanced nutritional support than a maintenance diet offers. Their team is made up of veterinarians and nutritionists who develop formulas for dogs with unique care needs, taking every detail into consideration so your dog can be his most magnificent self.

Pet-First Philosophy

Royal Canin always puts the needs of pets first. That clear focus steers their research and underpins the quality of the nutrition. Every Royal Canin formula is developed by veterinarians and nutritional experts and tested at one of their research facilities. Each step helps their team ensure an ideal formula for your pet. Nutritional quality and product safety are at the heart of their operations. With more than 500,000 completed analyses on raw materials and finished products per year, Royal Canin never compromises on providing your pet with effective and precise nutrition.<

About Royal Canin

Since 1968, Royal Canin has been at the forefront of pet health nutrition. Their obsession with detail is what makes it possible to deliver precise, effective nutrition for a variety of breeds, sizes, lifestyles and health needs. It’s how they’re making a better world for pets and helping them become their magnificent best.
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Special DietWith GrainWeight Control, Pea-Free, With GrainWith GrainWith GrainWith Grain
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Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions

What’s the omega-3 percentage?
Answer by ChewyOct 29, 2019
This formula has an Omega-3 content of approximately 2.15 grams per 1000 calories.

What is the copper content? Sodium content? And phosphorus?
Answer by ChewyOct 17, 2023
This recipe has a copper content of 0.25% on an as-fed basis and 1.31% on a dry matter basis; A sodium content of 0.15% on an as-fed basis and 0.75 on a dry matter basis; A phosphorus content of 0.21% on an as-fed basis and 1.06% on a dry matter basis.

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Rated 4.5833 out of 5 stars
12 Ratings
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11 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AmberH on Jul 17, 2023

My dog likes it!

Easy to order, reasonable price.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SUESEPT on Dec 29, 2021

Daisy's Delicate Skin

We have been feeding our Bichon Frise, Daisy Mae, cans of Royal Canin for dogs, sensitive skin. She was suffering from a blistering rash throughout her chest and belly -- all of which is now clear.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By dttroxell on Dec 18, 2021

Good product but poor can quality

Product does a great job helping with dogs sensitive skin issues. They love the product. Only frustrating part is the poor quality of the cans. Pull tabs break off without opening the cans.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By sameasalways on Mar 1, 2021

Excellent track record in food safety for pets

Excellent safety record. For people who don't understand, by products are extremely important for the health and nutrition of dogs. I understand as humans that we think its gross, but in the wild, nothing goes to waste and that includes the organ meats. My extremely picky Goldendoodle will eat this food and almost nothing else. (If you have a standard Poodle ir a Goldendoodle then you understand). I got tired of wasting money on other brands she wouldn't eat. Also, she has a collagen disorder called Ehlers-Danlos in the human world, and her skin tears very easy. I feel like this food has helped minimize her skin damage! Someone asked about the gel on top of the food when you open it. This is from the bones and full of collagen. Please please please do not discard it. It's part of what helps the dogs skin! It's the same stuff they make gelatin with and those expensive Vital Proteins collagen powders out of and extremely good for the dog. I mix it in with the entire can so the dog gets some with every meal I feed.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Feb 6, 2021

I'm not sure if this is how it should look

I bought this for the first time and I'm just not sure if the 'sauce' they mention should look like this. The food and texture is very soft if you have a dog that cannot chew for any reason. My dogs seemed to like it okay and ate it, but I was a little grossed out by the appearance of the sauce on top. It appeared in every can, so I think it's normal, just gross.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cheryl on Jan 13, 2021

Great food

I was feeding my GSD RC Mature Adult wet food but it made him gassy plus his skin was dry. Switched to this and no more gas, skin is no longer flakey and he likes it better.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Trudysmom on Nov 27, 2020

My dog loves it!

This was recommended by my vet for my older mixed breed, medium size dog. It’s the only food I’ll feed her now and she loved it right away. Her skin and coat are soft and shiny after starting her on this brand.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CoffeyC on Aug 20, 2020

Does not affect their BM

I bought the wet food for the sake of being able to crush up medication and have her ingest pills without a fight (would spit a pill out even in a pill pocket). I was nervous wet food would affect her bowel movements, but it has probably helped her have better ones, in fact, and that wasn't even the hope in giving her wet food. I mix it w/ her Royal Canin dry kibble. She loves it. I can't really speak to the sensitive skin part bc she is currently on meds for skin allergies. But she loves the wet mixed w/ the dry & it has given her healthier BMs.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LeeR on Sep 10, 2020

Dogs loved it

We bought this to supplement our West Highland white terrier‘s royal Canin dry dog food. They like it very much and looking forward to their coats being even nicer

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Tiffani on May 8, 2020
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Didn’t sit well with Cricket

Cricket has indoor allergies. As a result her skin is often inflamed and her ears have lost hair. I was looking for a food that would help improve both her skin and coat. I did a slow switch as recommended, and I noticed right away that she was super gassy. Her belly creaked and squeaked and rolled. She tooted an awful lot (oh my, so stinky!). She did digest it very well, but her output was awfully stinky. Since she is a very devoted lap sitter, I couldn’t take the odiferous gassy output for very long. I ended up trying something else for her and donating this food.