|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Brewers Rice, Corn, Chicken Fat...||Corn, Chicken Fat, Pork Digest...||Chicken By-Product Meal, Brewers Rice, Corn...||New: Chicken By-Product Meal, Corn, Brewers Rice...||Brewers Rice, Corn, Wheat Gluten...|
|Special Diet||Low-Protein, Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free, With Grain||Low-Protein, Veterinary Diet, With Grain||Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free, With Grain||Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free, With Grain||Low-Protein, Veterinary Diet, With Grain|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken|
|Health Feature||Kidney Care||Kidney Care||Urinary Tract Health, Weight Management||Calming, Digestive Health||Kidney Care|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
Both my cats became sick a few days after eating this. They developed diarrhea and now one of my cats is refusing to eat and very lethargic. The diarrhea turned bloody and now he’s not pooping at all. I thought this food was supposed to help them, but it did the opposite. He’s currently at the vet getting all sorts of tests and I’m in tears afraid I will loose him. The fact that it made both my cats sick at the same time makes me believe it was the change to this food. Beware :(
My cat, who has never been a picky eater, has early stage kidney disease, but turned up her nose at the food prescribed by her veterinarian. Looking for an acceptable alternative, I asked Royal Canin for their equivalent products and received a list of three dry and several canned foods. I made an arbitrary choice of Renal Support A. While the cat wasn’t wildly enthusiastic she did eat breakfast and dinner after totally rejecting the originally prescribed food. Conversely, her brother, who does not have kidney disease, is more than happy to eat anything she leaves! Neither cat is very fond of canned food, but I think I will try to introduce some wet food going forward.
Vet prescribed this food my cat had previously been on the SO diet so I expected him to like it however this one refuses to stay in his stomach. He throws up a few hours after he consumes it & I reached out to my vet to switch to something different.
My cat has been doing better in Royal canine kidney support A; and she likes the taste, which is so important as she wouldn’t eat other brands.
My CRF/CKD cat got tired of it after maybe 1 month, was hoping that rotating it with the other variations of this food that he'd go back to it after awhile, but he did not. He has liked RC foods in the past, and will eat other foods, so now he's having to eat other foods with rx vitamins phos-bind added, instead. I tried all 3 of the RC vet renal dry plus their wet, and he won't eat any of them after initially showing interest.
This kibble is a hit with both kitties...most importantly RJ, who is facing early kidney disease. I am thrilled that he likes it. The shape and crunch mean he is also chewing this (sometime he just swallows tiny kibble bits). I don't feed this to our other kitty as he is still very young and needs a more protein dense food. However, he does steal some from RJ when I am not looking!
I took in a 15 year old cat for a neighbor in such poor health she no longer felt she could properly care for her treasured pet. Tiggy was apparently prescribed this product a while back, and she eats it enthusiastically.
It is a good product, but my cat has sensitive stomach and we have to feed her less or she quickly chews and barfs it up. She is old so we have to be careful what she eats. Thanks for the quick delivery.
I had been buying smaller bags of the S formula. This size is much more economical. I have 4 cats two seniors, one with early stage CKD or predetermined CKD. Everybody likes it so a bigger bag is better.
I'm glad to have a dry food option for the kitties. They like the can food a lot but will eat the dry sometimes.