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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Ultamino Dry Dog Food

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Description

Royal Canin Veterinary Care Nutrition, is a complete line of veterinary-exclusive diets that provide complete and balanced nutrition for healthy dogs and cats, based on their life stage and specific needs. Your veterinarian can help you to determine the Royal Canin Veterinary Care Nutrition diet that is right for your dog or cat.

Key Benefits

  • Canine Ultamino is a highly palatable, highly digestible, complete and balanced hydrolyzed protein diet recommended for adult dogs with food sensitivities
  • Formulated with low molecular weight peptides to support dermatological and gastrointestinal health
  • Specifically formulated for use as a short-term elimination feeding and as long-term nutrition for dogs with food sensitivities
  • Contains optimal amounts of B vitamins and amino acids help to maintain the skin's natural barrier and a synergistic complex of antioxidants to support immune system health
  • Made with high quality ingredients using the highest industry standards for manufacturing in Royal Canin's company-owned plants located in the USA and Canada

Note: Royal Canin Veterinary Diets require a veterinary prescription. This product will not be shipped until a copy of a valid prescription authorization is faxed to 1-800-619-7973 or e-mailed to rx@chewy.com.

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  • Item Number
    87852
  • Weight
    19.8 pounds
  • Brand
    Royal Canin
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Dry Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Prescription Food

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Corn Starch, Hydrolyzed Poultry By-Products Aggregate, Coconut Oil, Soybean Oil, Natural Flavors, Potassium Phosphate, Powdered Cellulose, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Chicory, L-Tyrosine, Fructooligosaccharides, Fish Oil, L-Lysine, Choline Chloride, Taurine, L-Tryptophan, Vitamins [Dl-Alpha Tocopherol (Source of Vitamin E), Inositol, Niacin Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source of Vitamin C), D-Calcium Pantothenate, Biotin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Vitamin A Acetate, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement], Dl-Methionine, Marigold Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.), Histidine, Trace Minerals (Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Rosemary Extract, Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols and Citric Acid.

Caloric Content

3,688 kcal/kg, 313 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 16.9% min
Crude Fat 14.5% min
Crude Fiber 4.2% max
Moisture 10.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Weight Tendency to Become Overweight Daily Feeding (cup) Ideal Weight Daily Feeding (cup)
4 lbs 1/2 5/8
11 lbs 1 1 1/8
22 lbs 1 5/8 1 7/8
33 lbs 2 1/4 2 1/2
44 lbs 2 3/4 3 1/8
55 lbs 3 1/4 3 3/4
66 lbs 3 3/4 4 1/4
77 lbs 4 1/8 4 3/4
88 lbs 4 5/8 5 1/4
99 lbs 5 5 3/4
110 lbs 5 3/8 6 1/4
132 lbs 6 1/4 7 1/4

Feeding guides are general recommendations only. The amount of food required by your dog may vary above or below that listed in this feeding guide. It is recommended that your dog be fed 2 - 4 equal portions of the diet per day.

Ensure fresh drinking water is available at all times. Store this product in a cool, dry place.

Transition Instructions

We recommend at least a 7 day transition before you begin feeding the new food exclusively. Start by mixing 75% of the old diet with 25% of the new diet on Day 1 and Day 2. On Day 3 and Day 4, mix 50% of the old diet with 50% of the new diet. On Day 5 and Day 6, mix 25% of the old diet with 75% of the new diet. On the 7th day, you can feed the new food exclusively. This allows your pet’s digestive system to smoothly adapt to the new food.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are Royal Canin diets preserved?

All of our dry diets are preserved naturally with mixed tocopherols, citric acid, and rosemary extract. Our canned diets are naturally preserved and sterilized during the cooking and canning process.

Where do the ingredients in Royal Canin diets come from?

We select our ingredients based on multiple factors, including the supplier’s compliance with our quality and food safety requirements, consistent availability, and on the nutrients required to meet the dietary needs of the pet.

Royal Canin is making strides towards sustainability by attempting to obtain sources of raw materials as close to each manufacturing facility as possible. In some cases, we use international suppliers, because only those suppliers can offer raw materials that comply with our quality and food safety standards.

Why do some Royal Canin diets contain by-products?

Royal Canin chooses ingredients because they deliver high-quality nutrients that support our customized pet food formulas. Using chicken by-product meal instead of chicken meal for example will allow Royal Canin to maintain its highly customized nutrient standards while achieving a more secure and sustainable supply.

Why do some Royal Canin diets contain grains?

Grains can be a healthy part of any cat or dog’s diet. As always, we focus on the nutrients each ingredient provides and grains can provide many important nutrients.

How do you ensure Royal Canin diets are safe for my pet?

Our Quality and Food Safety systems are state-of-the-art and we continue to invest heavily in new technology to make sure they remain that way.

  • We put our suppliers through a rigorous selection process that doesn’t end with our first purchase.
  • We monitor every load delivered to our plants to verify the safety and quality of the ingredients we use to make pet food.
  • We perform tests on finished pet foods before they are shipped to our customers.
  • We manufacture every pet food we sell, in plants that we own; our plants are ISO 9001:2008 certified for Quality Management and ISO 22000 certified for Food Safety.

How do I know which Royal Canin diet is right for my pet?

Based on size, age, lifestyle, and breed, each cat or dog has unique nutritional needs. For healthy pets, use our Product Selector to find the right diet for your cat or dog.

If your pet is experiencing health issues, please refer to your veterinarian for more information. Your veterinarian will consider multiple factors when recommending an appropriate diet.

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  • Worth Every Penny!

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    With the exception of a month here and there, despite many vet visits and trying every Rx, OTC, and homemade food imaginable, my Boxer has had unconquerable diarrhea for 8 years. This food fixed it. Period. And his coat looks and feels like somebody buttered it! Expensive but the cost is absolutely worth cutting out lattes for a week to make up the difference. Thank you, Royal Canin!

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    My dog was found to have Whipworms back in July, we did the course of treatment for that and were cleared after the 2nd round. He continued to have soft stools to which he was put on a pill for. After the pills were done, like clock work, 2 days later his stools were soft and we were up every 2 hours of the night. We even switched his food from chicken to beef and still no luck. We added a probitotic to his diet and that did not show any signs of help. I went to a 2nd vet for another opinion as I did not want to keep my very young dog on pills for the rest of his life. She suggested we try the Ultamino. AND GUESS WHAT???? We are back to normal stools! My dog absolutely love this food and eats My dog was found to have Whipworms back in July, we did the course of treatment for that and were cleared after the 2nd round. He continued to have soft stools to which he was put on a pill for. After the pills were done, like clock work, 2 days later his stools were soft and we were up every 2 hours of the night. We even switched his food from chicken to beef and still no luck. We added a probitotic to his diet and that did not show any signs of help. I went to a 2nd vet for another opinion as I did not want to keep my very young dog on pills for the rest of his life. She suggested we try the Ultamino. AND GUESS WHAT???? We are back to normal stools! My dog absolutely love this food and eats the whole bowl quickly. I am so happy my pup is feeling better and that his food DOES work! … more

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  • Yucky Dog Food- Great Chewy Customer Service

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    Our dogs have been eating this product for years due to a food allergy. None of them would eat the latest bag of food. They literally did not eat for days until we figured this out. Even offering it to them by hand didn't help. Smelled just as awful as usual to me! I called Chewy and they immediately refunded the price of the bag and sent out a bag of another product as a replacement. Chewy has the absolute best customer service of any company out there.

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  • Wonderful!

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    I have a beagle who has been having stomach problems for nearly her whole life that is 10 years. I have taken her to several vets and we just put a pill on it and it works. Then it would come back. Took her to a specialist, We did some food studies, and nothing seemed to matter. Scoped just some ulcers, and they would heal. For us it was disappointing why was our little girl always having these issues? New vet.... let's try her on this food. Don't feed her anything else. Low and behold! No issues, She has had a few minor, and I mean minor issues. That is it. (it is from her eating stuff we don't see her eating) We are super happy so far. I pray it continues to work. Oh She seems to I have a beagle who has been having stomach problems for nearly her whole life that is 10 years. I have taken her to several vets and we just put a pill on it and it works. Then it would come back. Took her to a specialist, We did some food studies, and nothing seemed to matter. Scoped just some ulcers, and they would heal. For us it was disappointing why was our little girl always having these issues? New vet.... let's try her on this food. Don't feed her anything else. Low and behold! No issues, She has had a few minor, and I mean minor issues. That is it. (it is from her eating stuff we don't see her eating) We are super happy so far. I pray it continues to work. Oh She seems to like the taste too. (smells like chicken broth to me) … more

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  • Great food - allergy testing

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    My dog loves this food! It's a little smelly for us humans, but that just means my dog likes it even more. We're using this food for allergy testing and we give our dog a little more food with this than his regular food (used the recommended serving on the back) and his weight hasn't fluctuated. He adjusted to this fine, although sometimes he seems to have harder stools with this.

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  • Confused over shipment

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    Well, I had tried to order this dog food for my English bulldog back several months ago. Chewys had let me know that it is a prescription dog food and they could not send it until I had a prescription or permission from him Vet. I never got that permission, ( I jut go and purchase it there) but then the order showed up at my door completely out of the blue. I am confused as to why you all went ahead and sent it. I don't like this happening this way because of trying to keep up with the billing. As far as I knew the order was canceled because I never followed through with the Dr. I do not want this to be a monthly thing be cause I have found him a cheaper food. Please let me know where Well, I had tried to order this dog food for my English bulldog back several months ago. Chewys had let me know that it is a prescription dog food and they could not send it until I had a prescription or permission from him Vet. I never got that permission, ( I jut go and purchase it there) but then the order showed up at my door completely out of the blue. I am confused as to why you all went ahead and sent it. I don't like this happening this way because of trying to keep up with the billing. As far as I knew the order was canceled because I never followed through with the Dr. I do not want this to be a monthly thing be cause I have found him a cheaper food. Please let me know where we stand with this order. Thank you Carla Caruthers … more

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  • What a difference a day (and new kibble) can make!

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    My golden doodle has suffered with terrible bouts of GI distress off and on for his 7 years. In the past month, he was at the local ER and then back to our vets office 3 weeks later due to bloody diarrhea and vomiting and lethargy. Blood work, X-ray and ultrasound ruled out most common causes of his symptoms (e.g. blockage, pancreatitis). We are now ruling out a food allergy and thus began an elimination trial using Ultamino. I'm not gonna lie, Wheeler LOVES his treats and dearly misses them. That said, within 24 hours of using Ultamino, his energy dramatically improved, he has normal stools and he's back to his usual playful self. I'm frankly shocked and hopeful we're on the right track. This My golden doodle has suffered with terrible bouts of GI distress off and on for his 7 years. In the past month, he was at the local ER and then back to our vets office 3 weeks later due to bloody diarrhea and vomiting and lethargy. Blood work, X-ray and ultrasound ruled out most common causes of his symptoms (e.g. blockage, pancreatitis). We are now ruling out a food allergy and thus began an elimination trial using Ultamino. I'm not gonna lie, Wheeler LOVES his treats and dearly misses them. That said, within 24 hours of using Ultamino, his energy dramatically improved, he has normal stools and he's back to his usual playful self. I'm frankly shocked and hopeful we're on the right track. This food is smelly and I was worried Wheels wouldn't eat it (he was previously on IAM's premium selection kibble plus small amounts of either Primal freeze dried or Merrick canned food). His appetite is great and he's eaten without any signs of trouble. I'm grateful to Chewy for their prompt service and wide range of products. This one may just change my dog's life for the better! … more

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  • Highly recommend!!!

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    Yes it's expensive but this food saved is money in the long run. Our girl is an 18 month lab and she used to have recurring ear infections and bald spots as well as issues with her skin and coat. The vet kept prescribing antibiotics and we were taking her for follow up appointments every 2 weeks. He suspected food allergies but experimenting with various proteins was not successful. He finally recommended this food as advised by a dermatologist. We are very strict with her diet. She only eats this food with hair and coat vitamins (not fish based) and gets coconut oil or omega 3 oil (again not fish based) with each meal. For treats she gets raw carrots. We suspect that she may be allergic to fish Yes it's expensive but this food saved is money in the long run. Our girl is an 18 month lab and she used to have recurring ear infections and bald spots as well as issues with her skin and coat. The vet kept prescribing antibiotics and we were taking her for follow up appointments every 2 weeks. He suspected food allergies but experimenting with various proteins was not successful. He finally recommended this food as advised by a dermatologist. We are very strict with her diet. She only eats this food with hair and coat vitamins (not fish based) and gets coconut oil or omega 3 oil (again not fish based) with each meal. For treats she gets raw carrots. We suspect that she may be allergic to fish therefore we don't even want to give her supplements with fish in it. She's been on this diet since February. Ear infections never came back. Coat grew back and looks healthy. Her stools are small and it looks like she is absorbing the maximum amount of nutrients from her food. Most importantly she is active and happy and loves her food. Mommy and daddy are also happy because we don't have to take her to the vet every 2 weeks :) the vet said that we should do a food challenge in order to see what she is in fact allergic to but I am hesitant because she is doing so great on this food and I don't want to go through the same problems again. I wish the price was lower but I guess you have to pay more if you want to keep the problem under control. My anxiety is gone and she is happy. That's all that matters :) please give this food a chance. Also I forgot to add that Mia is a silver lab and they are prone to skin and coat issues. … more

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  • Not confident yet!!

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    My lab was just prescribed this food for possible IBD, and I'm still transitioning her from Hills I/D Low Fat wet. Tomorrow will be her first day solely on this. Since my lab has difficulty digesting kibble (This stuff is hard as rocks), I have to soak it overnight, because they don't make it in canned. And it takes SEVERAL hours to actually get soft, so I have to start soaking the night before. Disappointed about this for sure!! Her symptoms are no better yet, but I'm praying this food helps!

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  • This food is garbage!

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    Does anyone read the labels on the food they are feeding their dogs? the first ingredient is corn starch! There is nothing resembling food in this. Just because something say prescription or vet recommended doesn't mean it's good. Vets are making a good profit that's why they recommend it.

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