Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Selected Protein PR Loaf in Sauce Canned Cat Food, 5.1-oz, case of 24By Royal Canin Veterinary Diet
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About This Item
- A veterinary exclusive diet made with potato and rabbit for cats with food sensitivities.
- Complete and balanced diet that can be used for elimination diet trials and long-term nutrition.
- Provides limited ingredients that are rarely associated with food sensitivities in cats.
- Promotes healthy skin and a shiny coat with EPA and DHA, omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil.
- Enriched with a blend of antioxidants to help maintain a healthy immune system and to reduce DNA damage associated with cell aging.
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This food saved my cat
Our youngest cat has shown signs of lymphoma (he has had IBD for several years); he had such an extreme, chronic case of diarrhea that he began losing more than a pound a week. We thought we were going to lose him. However, our vet, smart and caring woman that she is, recommended, at the very least, that we change our cat's diet to Royal Canin wet and Hills' dry veterinary diets. And under the circumstances--which are very specific to our cat's condition--she prescribed the Royal Canin Selected Protein PR. Between this Royal Canin wet food and Hills' D/D dry food, we have been able to stop the chronic diarrhea, and our kitty has gained back all his weight. So, obviously, we have been pleased with, and grateful for, this Royal Canin Selected Protein Veterinary Diet food.
Pricey, but clearly delicious!
One of our two cats needs a low-allergen diet because he has "pillow-foot". The first product we tried was disgusting, rubbery and non-food-like. We purchased this product without much hope that it would be better. Oh, my! It is like French pate. I could spread it on a cracker and serve it at a party! The allergic cat eats it with relish. The other cat, who could eat the cheap grocery store food, announced he wanted it, too! PR stands for Protein Rabbit. They act like they killed the bunnies themselves. Pillow-foot seems to be improving, but he is on two types of medications, as well.
Doing it's job.
Think we are getting past the daily throwups......never on the hardwood floor, but usually on a rug or better yet - in bed while I'm sleeping. However, Dude does miss his bad "other" food. Eats it readily in small pieces offered by hand, but still is trying to bury his food dish. Going to add the dry version to see if I can get more enthusiasm for eating..and so I can leave out food for a longer period.
PR cat food
After trying to get this from other companies, I was notified from Chewy that they had this in stock. I ordered it and it was delivered quickly. One other comment: my friend recently had to have her dog put down because he was so sick. She used Chewy.com for products for him. She told them she had to cancel because of him dying. Chewy sent her a sympathy card and flowers delivered to her home!!!! I was so impressed! Thank you Chewy!
Our Chewy (cat's Humane Society name) loves PR
When PR was out of stock we tried the duck. No go for the most part. Chewy is on a prescription only diet for his gastrointestinal issues, so liking a pate that can be mixed with medications is a priority. The rabbit pate is a winner. (I know, I know: I think of bunnies each time I give Chewy his food.)
Availability and other changes
I contacted Royal Canin customer service due to a reviewer claim that Royal Canin is no longer producing this product. Royal Canin advised that the product is NOT discontinued. Egi B (2/18/2022, 4:53:03 AM): I am sorry to learn that you are having difficulty acquiring this product. Rest assured the product is not discontinued. Egi B (2/18/2022, 4:56:03 AM): While our teams are hard at work to have product available as soon as possible, we do not have an estimated restock date to provide at this time. As for review, I didn't actually notice the change in can sizes that others noted, but now that I think of it, it makes sense. We used to get through three meals with one can and now only make 2.5. Also, my most recent case had substantially more liquid that usual, which is a welcome change. Unfortunately, my cat has lost her affinity for it somewhat, which makes me wonder if another reviewer who claimed a formula change was right. I wish information was more readily available.
My cat loves this food but Wow it’s so expensive. I wish #1 cans were bigger #2 could find more locally.I may need to switch him over to dry version.
Loves this food!
My tuxedo has a sensitive stomach and loves this Royal Canin special food! She is also happy that it’s back in stock!!
RC Selected Protein PR Loaf-Royal Canin is no longer making this!
My vet prescribed this for my cat's IBS condition, and it has helped him immensely. Unfortunately, this product is no longer available from major retailers, or my vet's office. I have contacted Royal Canin directly, and they advised they are only manufacturing the dry kibble of this formula. Now I am looking for a product that i can substitute for this.
Great product for a picky cat with IBD
My 14 yr old maincoon mix has struggled with IBD / IBS for years. He is a very picky eater, and despite being on steroids to alleviate disease symptoms, he is slowly loosing weight. We could not find anything he would like to eat. Thank goodness for this food - he likes it, eats it regularly, and it helps him maintain his weight and manage IBD. I hope Royal Canine can bring back the Venison Select Protein food for a little variety. Also, since the can is large, it's best if you transfer the left overs into a glass snapper-ware container and store it in the fridge, instead of keeping the leftovers in a can. I found the cats eat it better when you store it in glass than the can after initially opening it.