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Overview Of Royal Canin Dog Food

             A large number of households are beginning to own a dogs in Nigeria, pups have infiltrated our lives in the best way possible. Our canine companions have become a part of the family, but sometimes they inch a little too close to the top dog title, a large amount of resources go into taking care of them privately or with professional help. Your pup may very well be king of the castle. You may as well be spending more on dog food than on people food, you don’t make the bed because the dog is still sleeping in it, the dog has his own chair in the living room etc.

Most dog owners are clear about the immediate joys that come with sharing their lives with companion animals. However, many of us remain unaware of the physical and mental health benefits that can also accompany the pleasure of snuggling up to a furry friend. It’s only recently that studies have begun to scientifically explore the benefits of the human-animal bond. Dogs have evolved to become acutely attuned to humans and our behavior and emotions. For example, they are able to understand many of the words we use, but they’re even better at interpreting our tone of voice, body language, and gestures. And like any good human friend, a loyal dog will look into your eyes to gauge your emotional state and try to understand what you’re thinking and feeling (and to work out when the next walk or treat might be coming, of course).

With astounding benefits such as these, it’s no surprise that dogs have a royal history. They were part of European court life as early as the fifteenth century and were bred to be lap dogs. During Tudor times, they were popular with aristocratic ladies, who used them as flea catchers and hot water bottles, as well as companions, appearing in ceremonies, guarding their imperial owners, going on hunts, or snuggling in the royal lap. They’ve been a strong part of royal life all over the world for centuries. Everybody knows about Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis — she was given her first one by her father when she turned 18, and has had some in the royal palaces of England ever since — but there’s a lot more to dogs in royal courts than those little floofers.

Dogs have often reflected the needs and traditions of their owners, demonstrating strength, wealth, luxury or loyalty. Although officially “man’s best friend,” dogs have some innocent but irksome tendencies-like jumping up to greet, barking, digging and chewing-that can make it downright difficult to live with them! To make the most of your relationship with your dog, you need to teach her some important skills that will help her live harmoniously in a human household. This comes with regular and timely interactions with your dog from pup to adult life. To communicate clearly and consistently with your dog especially a pup, you need to understand how she learns. During the first few weeks of life, a puppy’s primary activities are feeding, keeping warm and developing social skills.

Feeding your puppy

         Puppyhood is a hugely rewarding time for pet owners, but it’s also a time of huge challenges and steep learning curves, for you and your pet. Vet planets veterinarians, nutritionists are specialist in giving out information and advice that should help you and your puppy have a healthy start to life together. As puppies are growing rapidly, and their digestive and immune systems are developing slowly, they have very specific nutritional needs that are different from adult dogs. Feeding your puppy a nutritionally complete diet tailored to their specific needs is vital for supporting healthy development and laying the foundation for a healthy future.

There are a range of vital nutrients that your puppy needs during the first months of life to aid in healthy growth and development. A puppy’s diet must be able to provide enough energy and quality protein to support growth and be easily digestible. ROYAL CANIN dog food diets are nutritionally balanced to offer a tailored diet to meet the needs of puppies of all sizes, lifestyles, and breeds.

Royal Canin Dog Food

      Royal Canin knows what makes your puppy magnificent is in the details. Lab puppies are energetic little learners eager to run, swim, and fetch. Although active, they also tend to overeat and gulp down their food. They can benefit from the right growth formula to provide immune system support, healthy growth, weight management, and digestive care as they take on puppyhood.

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Royal Canin dry puppy food is tailor-made nutrition created just for your pure breed puppy. Royal cabin diet is uniquely formulated for your puppy with specific nutrients to help them thrive. The unique donut-shaped kibble is specially designed to help your fast eater slow down and actually chew. An exclusive mix of antioxidants and vitamin E supports their developing immune system and keeps their body growing strong. Calcium and phosphorus support healthy bone structure, while a balanced energy content helps them maintain an ideal weight. And to support your puppy’s digestive system, high-quality proteins and prebiotics help promote optimal stool quality. Once your Lab puppy is over 15 months old, transition them to Royal Canin Adult dog food for precise nutrition into the adult years.

Nutritional benefits of royal canin dog foods

Royal canin dog foods are designed in an Exclusive donut-shaped kibble design specifically to help puppies and adult dogs chew and eat food slowly.

Royal canin helps protect a puppy’s developing immune system and natural defenses with an exclusive complex of antioxidants including vitamin E

Royal canin promotes healthy growth of bone structure and weight management with precise mineral content and a balanced energy intake

Royal canin aids digestion with high-quality proteins and prebiotics to promote optimal stool quality.

With Royal canin dog food 100% Complete and Balanced Nutrition is achieved alongside a 100% Satisfaction guaranteed.

Feeding with Royal Canin Dog Food

Puppies generally nurse at least every two hours in their first week of life. As they develop and grow, the intervals between feedings increase. At around four weeks of age, puppies can begin to transition from nursing to eating solid food. When making the transition to solid food, a high-quality Royal canin dry puppy kibble can be soaked with warm water and milk replacer and blended to the consistency of gruel.

This can be made available several times a day. Gradually, the amount of milk replacer can be decreased until the puppies are eating Royal canin dry dog food by about 7 to 8 weeks of age. Consult VetPlanet veterinarian for the exact amount to feed and for help creating a long-term feeding schedule suited to the puppies’ development needs.

Guaranteed Nutritional Analysis

CRUDE PROTEIN (MIN) 32.0%, CRUDE FAT (MIN) 12.0%, CRUDE FIBER (MAX) 3.5%, MOISTURE (MAX)         10.0%, CALCIUM (MIN) 0.82%, PHOSPHORUS (MIN)          0.67%, GLUCOSAMINE (MIN)          350 mg/kg, CHONDROITIN SULFATE (MIN)   25 mg/kg

Calorie Content

This diet certainly contains 3584 kilocalories of metabolizable energy (ME) per kilogram or 340 kilocalories ME per cup on an as fed basis (calculated).


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