Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support D Morsels in Gravy Canned Cat Food, 3-oz, case of 24

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support D Canned Cat Food is a delectable, high energy, and highly digestible diet that has been formulated for cats with chronic kidney disease. This new formulation has an enhanced aromatic profile and tempting texture to ensure superior palatability, and several health benefits for your cat. It is designed with optimal nutrient levels, including low protein and phosphorus, a complex of antioxidants, and EPA/DHA to support your cat's kidney health.

Key Benefits

  • Restricted phosphorus levels reduces risk of toxic build-up of phosphorus levels in blood and prevents development of secondary hyperparathyroidism
  • Low protein levels assist in limiting the production of uremic toxin
  • Unique formulation has an enhanced aromatic profile and texture of delicious morsels in gravy to ensure exceptional palatability
  • Formula maximizes energy density to help provide adequate calories for pets who have reduced food intake and reduces risk of weakness, depression and lethargy
  • Veterinary formula is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only to support your cat's kidney health

This product requires a veterinary prescription. Simply provide your vet's information during checkout and we'll follow up to confirm the prescription, or email a copy of your prescription to rx@chewy.com and we'll get your order out right away.

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  • Item Number
    90652
  • Weight
    4.5 pounds
  • Food Texture
    Chunks in Gravy
  • Brand
    Royal Canin
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Sensitive Digestion, Low-Protein, Prescription Food

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken By-Products, Chicken Liver, Pork Liver, Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil, Pork Plasma, Modified Corn Starch, Corn Flour, Egg Product, Glycine, Powdered Cellulose, Fish Oil, Potassium Citrate, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Flavors, Taurine, Dl-Methionine, Guar Gum, Fructooligosaccharides, Vitamins [L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source of Vitamin C), Dl-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin Supplement, Biotin, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement], Salt, Citric Acid, Choline Chloride, Cysteine, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Sodium Carbonate, Marigold Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.), Magnesium Oxide, Trace Minerals [Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite].

Caloric Content

1,142 kcal/kg, 97 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 6.5% min
Crude Protein 9.5% max
Crude Fat 6.5% min
Crude Fiber 2.0% max
Moisture 79.0% max
Phosphorus 0.15% max

Feeding Instructions

Use Royal Canin Veterinarian Diet Canine Renal Support D only as directed by your veterinarian. Ensure fresh drinking water is available at all times. Cover and refrigerate unused portion.

Transition Instructions

It is recommended that you transition your cat from the old formulation to new the new formulation over a course of 7 days.

Customer Reviews

303 reviews 303 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

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  • D is for delicious

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    Sugie is 15 and living with hyperthyroid and borderline kidney disease. She has always been petite but this past year went from 8 lbs to 6.6. The renal diets aren't as appealing to her but this one seems to be a winner. She mostly licks up the gravy but she eats some of the bits as well. We'll take it! We are trying to fatten her up a bit and keep her as helathy as possible. We LOVE Chewy! I get my cat and dog products delivered right to my door - excellent customer service!

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  • Great food for a picky cat with early kidney disease

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    My Miss America is a super picky eater, so when her vet said she has early stage kidney disease and recommended switching her to one of the Royal Canin Renal Support foods, I was dubious. I was SHOCKED when Miss America not only gobbled it up, but asked for more. It has been over two weeks, and she's still loving this food. I am so happy! The only problem is my other cats seem to like it too -- but I switched them to Royal Canin Instinct and now they love that and leave Miss America to eat in peace. Whew!

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  • not for us

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    My cat Natasha doesn't like it. It has a very strong smell to it that almost knocks you over when you open the can. And if I try to save half for later whether I put it in the fridge or leave it out in a sealed container it smells even worse the second time around. So I have to just toss it. Going to try Science Diet. If that doesn't work then I don't know what I will do.

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  • Great tasting food if you are a cat!

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    My 15 year old cat was recently diagnosed with beginning stages of kidney failure. The vet explained that with the proper food right now, it will extend her life. This breed (Burmese) can sometimes be quite small and in fact she is just 5 pounds, so the vet did not want her to lose any weight. After trying other similar products, she definitely picked this one! D but a close second was the T series.

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  • We Had Success!

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    My 6 year old Bengal was diagnosed with kidney disease about a year ago. We were getting food from the vet and while Simba ate it, it worked well with keeping him feeling well. However, in November, he became finicky about every flavor they had, so the vet suggested Royal Canin and that I get it here. I have only ordered twice, but so far so good, knock on wood! I will keep ordering as long as he keeps eating!

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  • CKD kitties

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    I was terribly optimistic about the length of my CKD kitties life and order 24 cans of Royal Canin D Morsels. The more she ate it the less she liked it so it has to be blended with other foods. I've heard this from other cat owners. And I'm quite sure I won't be able to use it all. I did try Royal Canin's other CKD foods and this was the only one she would eat in the beginning.

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  • Great option for cats with CKD

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    Stormy has CKD. She has become very picky with her food and after trying various foods she seems to really like this one. I alternate it with the other Renal Support (T) but for now she is just liking the RC-D, so that is all she is eating. She has actually put on a little weight since eating this food, which is great for her condition!

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  • cat is still iffy on it

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    i purchased both the t and d versions of the canned food. my cat will take a pass on either if she can steal the other’s (non-renal diet) food instead. it certainly doesn’t get her excited but she will eat it if there’s nothing else. there’s not much more i feel like i can ask for when it comes to her maintaining health. sometimes i mix the dry renal support kibble in to help entice her. i want to say that it’s been emotional for me to find out my cat was showing early signs of kidney disease — i’d had a couple of human family loses already last year so it was just one more heartbreak. chewy’s customer service helped a lot by taking my vet’s info from me and reaching out directly to them i purchased both the t and d versions of the canned food. my cat will take a pass on either if she can steal the other’s (non-renal diet) food instead. it certainly doesn’t get her excited but she will eat it if there’s nothing else. there’s not much more i feel like i can ask for when it comes to her maintaining health. sometimes i mix the dry renal support kibble in to help entice her. i want to say that it’s been emotional for me to find out my cat was showing early signs of kidney disease — i’d had a couple of human family loses already last year so it was just one more heartbreak. chewy’s customer service helped a lot by taking my vet’s info from me and reaching out directly to them so that my cat’s special diet food could be approved. the whole process took a few hours and her food was at my doorstep before the weekend. i’m always super grateful for how eager they are to help, and how quick they are as well. … more

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  • she loves this stuff

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    I tried other kidney diets and she wouldn't touch the stuff. The vet said feed her whatever she will eat and I did some research and found this. It's a little pricey but she loves it and has actually had her liver levels get a little better and put on a little weight since she started eating it. 5 stars!

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  • He eats it!

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    My 13-year-old cat was recently diagnosed with early-state kidney failure. We first tried the Hills KD food but he refused to eat it. I tried all 3 types of the Royal Canin renal support wet food (pate, slices in gravy, these morsels in gravy) and he likes these the best. He'd still rather eat the regular food my other cat eats, but at least he will eat most of this!

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