Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Hydrolyzed Protein PS Dry Dog Food

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  • A veterinary-exclusive dry dog food made with hydrolyzed protein for adult dogs with food sensitivities.
  • Helps reduce skin and GI reactions that may be a result of sensitivities to common proteins found in pet foods.
  • Helps minimize risk of reaction with proteins that are broken down to a size that’s less likely to be recognized by the immune system.
  • Reinforces the skin barrier with essential nutrients to support healthy skin in dogs with skin sensitivity and irritation.
  • Helps support healthy digestion with an exclusive blend of fibers and prebiotics.
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About Royal Canin Dermatology For Dogs

Worried About Your Dog’s Skin Health?

Skin health concerns are common and can appear anywhere on your dog’s body. Your veterinarian is the expert on your dog’s health, so you should always consult with this trusted advisor to find the best solutions for your pet. This specialized expertise is why Royal Canin works closely with veterinarians to develop formulas that support skin health.

Common Causes of Skin Health Concerns

Environmental Sensitivities

Pollen, plants and dust are environmental factors that can trigger an immune response in some dogs.

Food Sensitivities

Your veterinarian may recommend a diet elimination trial to help determine if your pet has a sensitivity to certain proteins in his current diet.

Parasites

Your dog can pick up external parasites such as mites, fleas, ticks and lice from contaminated sources, both indoors and out

Infection

Puppies, older dogs, and dogs that have recently been ill may be more susceptible to bacterial infections that can lead to skin health concerns.

How Can Nutrition Help?

Your veterinarian may recommend a Royal Canin Dermatology formula for your dog. These special formulations can:

Aid digestive health by regulating movement through the GI tract and supporting balanced digestive flora

Support the skin’s natural protective barrier

Aid cellular health with a complex blend of antioxidants.

Promote healthy skin and coat by providing long chain omega-3 fatty acids in the diet

Find The Perfect Balance

With a dry and wet feeding routine, dry food supports positive oral health while wet food supports healthy hydration.

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About Royal Canin

What sets Royal Canin apart is their close collaboration with veterinarians. Through these professional partnerships, they strive to learn everything they can about pet health, including how different formulas perform for different breeds, sizes, lifestyles and therapeutic conditions. Ongoing research and development allows Royal Canin to keep providing the precise nutrition dogs need for a range of medical conditions.

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Top IngredientsPotato, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Coconut Oil...Corn Starch, Hydrolyzed Poultry By-Products Aggregate, Coconut Oil...Brewers Rice, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Chicken Fat...Potato, Rabbit Meal, Coconut Oil...Chicken By-Product Meal, Barley, Corn Gluten Meal...
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
Special DietLimited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet...Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet, Sensitive DigestionLimited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet...Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet, Chicken-FreeLow Glycemic, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet, With Grain
Food FlavorBeef, MeatChicken, PoultryChicken, PoultryRabbit, MeatChicken, Poultry
Health FeatureSkin & Coat Health, Digestive HealthDigestive HealthSkin & Coat Health, Digestive HealthSkin & Coat Health, Digestive HealthDiabetic Support, Weight Management, Digestive Health

Questions & Answers

15 Customer Questions


What is the difference between your Royal Canin Hydrolyzed protein adult HP and adult PS food
Answer by ChewyApr 05, 2018
Royal Canin's HP formula utilizes Brewers Rice while the PS formula utilizes Potato.

How many cups in a bag?
Answer by ChewyAug 17, 2018
There are approximately 35 cups in a 8.8-lb bag and 97 cups in a 24.2-lb bag.

Does Royal Canin hydrolyzed protein cause weight gain
Answer by ChewyOct 27, 2017
This will not cause weight gain when the feeding directions are followed that the vet provided.

Hi! I am considering adding fish oil and glucosamine supplements to my dog's diet. Does this food already provide any of the nutrients found in those supplements?
Answer by ChewyDec 29, 2021
This recipe has fish oil as an ingredient and features omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA to help promote a healthy skin and coat. We encourage speaking with your Veterinarian before combining this food with a supplement.


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lauren on Nov 3, 2022

my boy loves it

My guy has an autoimmune disease so requires a Hydrolyzed diet. He did not like the Purina Pro Plan Hydrolyzed so we switched to this and he LOVES it. scarfs it down.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Luane on Jul 2, 2022

Approved by my picky eater

My dog has been suffering with GI issues for months and we’ve been taking him to the ER and vet appointments to find out what it’s going on. His vet suspects he might have either IBD or food allergies. He does not like kibble and we tried every type of dry food before without success. His vet prescribed the Royal Canin hydrolyzed food as a food trial and he ate it like if it was a piece of chicken! He loved the food and I am so relieved! Hopefully this food will help him getting his mucousy diarrhea and stomach issues under control! Win win!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Dash on May 10, 2022

American bully

My 1 year old pocket bully has been taking this food for a week now going his second week he was losing his hair and and scratching to were he was bald and bleeding on neck and legs and also biting drawing blood but since has been eating royal canin Ps it all went away and no scratching no biting and his hair has came back and it only been 7 days can't wait to c he looks after 30 day mark hits but has to take this food for 90 days says doctor good food to give your pet if he or she has food allergies or skin problems


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tiara on Feb 25, 2022

She loves it!

I was afraid she wouldn’t like it bcz the vet stated that it doesn’t have much flavor and had originally said to choose a meat she hadn’t had before like venison, rabbit or alligator but Royal Canin isn’t making the wet food in those flavors right now and when I emailed them they stated they were not currently making it and wasn’t sure when they would start making it again. She has a thickening in her intestines so she doesn’t break down protein in her intestines. She was so so sick I thought I was going to lose my baby. I got this one, wet and dry and she loves both and I believe it saved her life. She now wants me to throw her squeaky toys again! I’m so happy she’s doing better.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mark on Jun 10, 2022

Good choice

Our vet recommended this for our Boston who has a lot of allergies. Expensive but seems to help with digestive and skin issues.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By ChewyIsHorrible on Jun 8, 2022

Only as good as it can be

What's the point of having autoship when the customer has to keep tabs on why it has never been shipped


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ashley on Jan 17, 2022

answer to my prayers !

My 10 year old dog had been suffering from stomach issues for years… after multiple vet visits(ultrasounds, labs, medications and several diet changes) we landed on this food and it has worked wonders! Maya used to pant, pace and crawl all over us when her stomach issues were flaring up but ever since we switched to this food her stomach flare ups and behavioral issues have all cleared up! I was even able to eliminate half of the medication she was on for stomach and anxiety!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ekcpeterson on Jun 7, 2022

Great product

Dog is loving this food and no stomach upset. Will continue to keep her on this.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By KKSpecialK on Dec 31, 2021

Not as good as the Hydrolized HP

My mastiff mix Buddy has been on the RC Hydrolized HP for probably 5+ years and has done really well after getting inflammatory bowel and Cutaneous Histiocytoma skin flare ups starting around age 4 (he's now 9.) In fact my boxer dog has also been on it with him and both of them rarely get any problems, gas, etc. Buddy seemed to have an attack of pancreatitis or something similar about 6 months ago and now we have to be really careful. Doesn't seem like he can tolerate much red meat anymore which he used to love! :/ We ordered the PS version by accident when they were having a lot of supply chain issues with the food - FRUSTRATING!!! We had relocated during mid 2020. Driving all over trying to locate his HP food - sooo difficult. Chewy's shipping is great as we get the 25 lb bags. So...I mixed in the PS food. It's a totally lighter different color. He will eat it but I don't think it's agreeing with him as well. Just checked all the ingredients. HP version is a bit higher in protein and fat it looks like. HP has brewer's rice, chicken fat and beet pulp. the PS has Potato and coconut oil (no rice or chicken as far as I can see) so those are the differences. I have not had an allergy panel since he's always done so well on the HP but maybe we will as I'm curious as to whats' causing his discomfort lately.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By frustrated1 on Mar 30, 2022

Dog didn't like

My pup is on a food trial to figure out what is triggering his lupus. He hated this food. Wouldn't touch it. Not saying it's a bad product...but my pup hated it