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Description for Royal Canin Mini Adult 800 Gm
Royal Canin brings to you a special blend of nutrients in the form of Mini Adult Chicken dog food that will meet the energy requirements of your small-breed canine throughout his lifetime. It is nourishing enough to support the breed's intense growth period, and flavorful enough to satisfy any fussy appetites.Small dogs have large needs. The protein content, specifically L-carnitine, in this food supplies your pet with the required energy, while maintaining his ideal lean muscle mass The kibbles are ideally sized so your pup can grab and chew them with ease. This exercise also promotes good dental health by restricting the accumulation of tartar. Mini breeds are high energetic but have a tendency to gain weight which slows down their metabolism levels. Royal Canin Mini is a kibble form of food which is packed with natural ingredients, vitamins, minerals and nutrients to meet the high energy demands of these dogs while helping them maintain their weight by promoting fat metabolism; The kibble has been modified to make it easy for the dogs to pick chew and digest. It not only supports the musculoskeletal structure of the dogs but promotes healthy digestive system and overall health. The presence of Omega 3 fatty acids help maintain soft and shiny fur.
-Ideal for Mini breed dogs who are over 8 months of age
-Supports musculoskeletal health
-Promotes healthy digestive system
-Kibble promotes chewing action which reduces tartar build up
-Omega 3 fatty acids promotes shiny fur and soft skin.
Good product.... Delivered ion time... This is the best dog food.By Arjun on 26 May 2017
This definitely is a good food for dogs. The health of my dog did get better when I had started giving him Royal Canin Mini Adult 800gms.By Abdulnew on 27 May 2017
Royal Canin is fulfill the energy requirement of small breed pug.By Gautamnew on 29 May 2017
Great product exceptional service. The product came directly to my door promptly.By Babu Mathew on 26 August 2017