ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Dog Food

ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Dog Food
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12 x 400g
2kg

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  • 12 x 400g £38.49
  • 2kg £22.49
  • 7.5kg £63.49
  • 15kg £84.99

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Description

Royal Canin Gastro-Intestinal is a high energy-density kibble for dogs in cases of acute or chronic diarrhoea, maldigestion and malabsorption, colitis or convalescence. Combining digestible proteins, fish oils, pulps and prebiotics to promote complete digestive health and the function of internal systems. The diet is formulated to cater to the needs of growing dogs with an energy-packed kibble that allows you to distribute a smaller amount of food at mealtimes, thereby reducing the digestive workload. Also a suitable diet for lactating bitches and bitches in the 6th to 9th week of pregnancy, with a palatable recipe and omega fatty acids to promote health, vitality and weight gain during convalescence.

ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Dry Dog Food

RECOMMENDED FOR CASES OF • Acute and chronic diarrhoea • Gastritis • Colitis • Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency • Maldigestion/ Malabsorption • Anorexia, re-feeding after surgery


NOT RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF • Pancreatitis or history of pancreatitis* • Hyperlipidemia*
• Lymphangiectasia, exudative enteropathy* *In these cases the recommended product is Gastrointestinal Low Fat.

A highly digestible formula with balanced fibres, including prebiotics, to support a healthy digestion and transit.

A high energy content to reduce meal volume and decrease intestinal load.

High palatability to satisfy decreased appetites.

Additives

Vitamin A: 21500 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, Iron (3b103): 41mg, Iodine (3b201, 3b202): 4.1mg, Copper (3b405, 3b406): 13mg, Manganese (3b502, 3b504): 54mg, Zinc (3b603, 3b605, 3b606): 132mg, Selenium (3b801, 3b811, 3b812): 0.08mg - Technological
additives: Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 10g - Preservatives - Antioxidants.

Composition

Dehydrated poultry protein*, rice*, animal fats*, wheat gluten*, vegetable fibres, maize gluten*, hydrolysed poultry liver*, minerals, egg powder*, beet pulp, fish oil*, soya oil*, yeasts products, psyllium husks and seeds (source of mucilaginous substances), fructo-oligosaccharides (0.48%), hydrolysed yeast (source of mannooligo- saccharides) (0.19%), marigold extract (source of lutein). * Highly digestible ingredients. Crude ash: 6.6%. Crude fibre: 1.9%. Crude oil fats: 20%. Moisture: %. Protein: 25%.

ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Wet Dog Food

RECOMMENDED FOR CASES OF • Acute and chronic diarrhoea • Gastritis • Colitis • Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) • Maldigestion/ Malabsorption • Anorexia, re-feeding after surgery

NOT RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF • Pancreatitis or history of pancreatitis* • Hyperlipidemia* • Lymphangiectasia, exudative enteropathy* *In these cases the recommended product is Gastrointestinal Low Fat.

Combination of highly digestible proteins, prebiotics, fibres and fish oil to ensure digestive security.

A highly digestible formula with balanced fibres, including prebiotics, to support a healthy digestion and transit.

A high energy content to reduce meal volume and decrease intestinal load.|High palatability to satisfy decreased appetites.

Additives

Vitamin D3: 260 IU, Iron (3b103): 6mg, Iodine (3b201, 3b202): 0.3mg, Copper (3b405, 3b406): 2.8mg, Manganese (3b502, 3b503, 3b504): 2mg, Zinc (3b603, 3b605, 3b606): 20mg - Technological additives: clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 2.5g.

Composition

Pork by-products*, poultry by-products*, salmon*, rice*, sunflower oil refined, pork blood products*, powdercellulose, minerals, dried beet pulp, fish oil, yeasts and part thereof, marigold extract (source of lutein). * Highly digestible ingredients. Crude ash: 2.4%. Crude fibre: 1.2%. Crude oil fats: 5.9%. Moisture: 74%. Protein: 8.9%.

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Reviews (86)

Summary of Reviews for ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Dog Food

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86 out of 86 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (63 reviews)
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55 Royal Canin Gastrointestinal
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By on 23 March 2024

Seems to suit my dog he’s always had a dodgy stomach but since being on this I’ve seen definite improvement

Customer recommends this product

45 Review
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By on 19 March 2024

My 12 year old male Golden Retriever likes this food and it makes instances of loose stools fairly infrequent. If they do occur, they tend to clear within a day.

Customer recommends this product

55 Shazza
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By on 18 March 2024

Great product and my dog loves it always waiting for his meal times

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent value
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By on 29 January 2024

As advised by Vets excellentvfor Dogs with gatro intestine problems. But do discuss it with your Vet

Customer recommends this product

55 Works well for my dog
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By on 17 July 2023

Since starting to feed my dog with this every day there has been a dramatic improvement in his digestive health with firm regular bowel movements. I checked with my vet to see if this could be fed as his main diet and that was fine as it is a complete food, I give it with a few winalot shapes as his main meal. Before starting on this Royal Canin Gastrointestinal tinned food he had frequent problems with diahorrea. He really seems to enjoy this food and although it is quite expensive it is worth paying a little extra for the massive improvement in his digestion.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding ROYAL CANIN® Gastro Intestinal Adult Dog Food, including answers from our team.

31 October 2022 at 9:07pm

Colitis

Sally Jeans

My lovely 65kg occasionally has bouts of colitis, diarrhoea and bleeding. I have often given him Promax paste. I want a more permanent solution. Shall I give him daily probiotic sachets or change his dog food with Royal canine gastrointestinal biscuit, or will this change of diet cause more problems. Please help

  • VioVet Staff

It is advised to see your vet to rule out more serious causes of this. However you can try a long term probiotic supplement. I recommend ReguTum Gastrointestinal Powder for this kind of issue as it is aimed at long term support.
Changing the diet to an intestinal support diet is also a good idea. However I suggest making one change at a time, so that you know which has helped.

1 October 2022 at 10:10am

Hydrolyzed Dog food

Stewart Clarke

Please can you advise if this food is Hydrolyzed dog food?

This has been recommended for my German Shepherd who we have recently found has a B12 deficiency. Currently using Virbac Gastro dry food.

Thinking of trying the wet food to increase her desire to eat but need to know if it’s Hydrolyzed or not.

Also, do you stock Hydrolyzed treats that we can use to boost her intake between meals ?

Thanks

Thanks

  • VioVet Staff

This diet does not contain hydrolysed proteins. We do stock a hydrolysed treat product, Hills Hypoallergenic Dog treats. It is important you follow your vet's advice closely on what to feed though, diet can make a signficant difference with intestinal issues like this. If your dog has Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) deficiency then it is important to supplement additional B12 into the diet. You should approach your vet on guidance of what they suggest using, we stock a wide variety of options on our site including our own brand ReguTum Gastrointestinal Powder.

25 March 2022 at 1:19pm

Prescription

poon

Do I need to have prescription to order Gastro Intestinal Low Fat?

  • VioVet Staff

You do not need a prescription to purchase this diet, however it should only be used alongside veterinary advice.

27 December 2020 at 8:30pm

Age

Rob Dobson

  • VioVet customer since 2017
  • From: Suffolk, United Kingdom

What age is this recommended for please as we are using puppy version for our 12 month old french bulldog

  • VioVet Staff

It is recommended to transfer over from a puppy diet to an adult diet when your dog is fully grown which is usually around the 12 to 18 month mark. At 12 months old your French Bulldog will be almost fully grown and you can now start transferring to the adult version.

1 June 2015 at 2:18pm

Sensitive tummy

sheila

i have two westies who suffer a lot from colitis i.e. wind in tummy eating grass loose stools one is not a good eater very fussy and is the worse of the two which food do you recommend

  • VioVet Staff

This diet is often appropriate for dogs such as yours and may we be suitable, either wet or driy form.. Alternatively Purina EN for dogs can be a good choice.

19 May 2015 at 10:54pm

Difference between gastro and sensitivity

Clare Hancock

I have a very sensitive English pointer who is 6 years old. She has always been very sensitive to food and often has little upset tummy episodes and she is very in tune with my stress and seems to go into sympathy for me! She was extremely poorly 2 years ago with a cat parasite that left her with poor immunity and kidney damage (extent not known) she is fine in herself but lost a bit of weight recently with moving house and the arrival of two babies so I put her on a food to increase her weight but the upset tummy frequency increased and our vet said it's too much protein. She is having a few tins of the royal canine gastro and I just wondered what the difference is between this and the royal canine sensitivity as I need to change her onto one and thought the sensitivity was best but now I'm not sure? She's not a greedy dog and has always had a sensitive tummy. Many thanks

  • VioVet Staff

The Sensitivity Control is based on very different ingredients than the Gastro-intestinal diet. It is however similar in its nutritional properties, should be easily digested and will probably suit your dog well, but you would only know if you try it. If you do this, I would suggest giving a mixture of the diets at first and slowly change the proportions until the switch is complete.

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