Your dog’s gastrointestinal (GI) system helps support the rest of the body by properly digesting food and making sure to extract the nutrients needed for overall health. Your veterinarian is the expert on your dog, so you should always consult with this trusted advisor to find the best gastrointestinal health solutions and management options for your pet.
Talk to your vet about your concerns for your pet's GI tract health. Your veterinarian may recommend a Royal Canin GI formula that is:
Easily digestible to help reduce the load on the gastrointestinal tract
Formulated with omega-3 fatty acids, EPA, and DHA to aid digestive health and antioxidants to support a healthy immune system
Highly palatable to encourage eating, even when appetite is decreased due to gastrointestinal upset
Balanced for good digestion, with a blend of fibers and prebiotics to support digestive health
With a dry and wet feeding routine, dry food supports positive oral health while wet food supports healthy hydration.
Keep your pet's feeding on schedule. Set your order for Autoship to make sure you always have their veterinarian-recommended nutrition on hand.
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.
This review is for the bag itself, not the food. These bags used to have a velcro type seal that worked very well; now they have a zip lock which is barely adhered to the plastic of the bag, so that it peels away from the bag instead of opening the zip lock, leaving the bag unsealable. For what this food costs, I expect a little more care in the manufacturing of the bag. Since they switched from the velcro seal, EVERY BAG, no matter how carefully I open it, has the zip lock peel away from the bag. Can you not afford a better glue or something? Go back to the velcro. If it's a few more cents to manufacture, then add it to the price of the bag. I'd rather pay a few more pennies than have to struggle with keeping the food fresh. Never have I seen such shoddy manufacturing of a simple bag of food.
My little terrier/poodle mix has symptoms of chronic pancreatitis and is on a low fat diet. This food seems to be helping, and the best part is that he likes it more than the kibble he seemed to like best before! Chewy was great about contacting the vets for the necessary permission, and the shipping was fast. My only negatives are the price and the need for a veterinarian's permission. Why would anyone buy such expensive dog food unless they had a good reason? And could one bag of this food (bought by someone who wanted to check its effects) actually harm a dog that didn't need a low fat diet?
My Miniature American Shepherd is 6 & had stomach issues since he was 2. Have tried so many other top brands & spent tons of $$$. It took some time experimenting, but finally found the right balance to keep his stomach & stool normal. The chunks are big (he would vomit it up when I just gave the kibble & it clearly hadn’t been digested at all). So now I put a few scoops in my food processor to break it down. I add a spoonful of overcooked white rice, a bit of cooked ground bison, peas/carrots & a scoop of the ground up Royal CANIN & add a bit of water when I mix it altogether. It’s a lot to do, but well worth it to keep him healthy and happy!!!
My veterinarian prescribed Royal Canin Gastrointestinal dog food for for my 11 year old English Springer Spaniel. He was having problem digesting his food and was loosing weight. I find this new food to be well received by my dog and worth the expense to make him comfortable and healthy.
This product has been keeping my old Maltese healthy for more than a year now. We do crush the kibbles for him as they are too large for a small breed dog with few teeth left, but beside that he really likes it.
Royal Canin is the only dog food my Westie can eat - sensitive tummy. Chewy always makes certain it’s available. Love the convenience of auto ship!
I am not totally impressed. My dog has been on this for about 3weeks, but still has chronic diarrhea. Wish this worked better. Also wish there was wondering different flavors
High fiber and excellent quality kibble. Montgomery Scott is a 1 yr GSD that has had nothing but digestive challenges. His Vet recommended we try this product and it has been gold!
I’m really impressed with your product. My furr friends are so, so, picky with their food and I thought it was going to be another one of those. They really like this food, so I’m one happy Mama! Thanks Chewy!
My pup is a tiny 6 pound dog who unfortunately has diabetes and pancreatitis. Her vet recommended this and she love it with her boiled chicken treat on top and she is a picky little one