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ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Food

ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Food
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Description

For your Labrador Retriever puppy, growth is an important stage of life. That’s why your puppy needs nutrients to support this growth phase, as well as nutrients that help to maintain optimal health during this key phase. Suitable for puppies up to 15 months old, ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy is specially formulated with all the nutritional needs of your young Labrador Retriever in mind. Because your puppy’s immune system develops gradually, ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy contains a specific complex of antioxidants – including vitamin E – to help support its natural defences during this time. Thanks to a specially adapted content of energy, protein, calcium and phosphorus, ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy contributes to the healthy development of your growing puppy’s bone structure. It also helps to facilitate harmonious weight gain, to help your puppy maintain an ideal weight as it grows. ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy contains a combination of nutrients with high quality protein (L.I.P.*) and prebiotics (FOS) to support digestive health and balance of intestinal flora. What’s more, they also help to contribute to good stool quality. The kibble in ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy is tailor-made and specially adapted for the Labrador puppy. The shape and size of the kibble makes it easy for your puppy to pick up and chew, whilst the texture enhances its overall palatability – this will help encourage your puppy to readily consume its kibble in order to get the nutrients it needs. At ROYAL CANIN® we’re committed to providing nutritional solutions to your pet’s needs. All of our products undergo an extensive quality control process in order to guarantee the optimum quality of food as well as catering to your puppy’s specific dietary requirements and lifestyle. This means that when your puppy eats ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy, it’s getting a complete and balanced diet.

Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Puppy dry dog food, from 2 - 15 months old.

Immune system support|Healthy growth & weight|Digestive health

Immune system support Growth is an essential stage in your dog’s life: it is the time of big changes, discoveries and new encounters. During this key period, the puppy’s immune system develops gradually. LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPPY helps support your puppy’s natural defences thanks particularly to a patented* complex of antioxidants including vitamin E. *France, patent No EP1146870.|Healthy growth and weight Contributes to the healthy development of the growing Labrador Retriever puppy’s bone structure and promotes harmonious weight gain thanks to an adapted intake of energy, protein, calcium and phosphorus.|Digestive health Combination of nutrients with high quality protein (L.I.P.*) and prebiotics (FOS) to support digestive health and balance of intestinal flora, which contributes to good stool quality. *Protein selected for its very high digestibility.

Additives

Vitamin A: 26500 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, Vitamin E: 490 mg - E1 (Iron): 56 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3.6 mg, E4 (Copper): 6 mg, E5 (Manganese): 41 mg, E6 (Zinc): 119 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.17 mg - Technological additives: Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 10 g - Sensory additives: Yucca extract: 125 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants. * L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high digestibility.

Composition

Dehydrated poultry protein, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, rice, maize flour, animal fats, maize gluten, hydrolysed animal proteins, wheat flour, beet pulp, fish oil, minerals, vegetable fibres, soya oil, fructo-oligosaccharides (0.34%), psyllium husks and seeds, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), borage oil, yeasts extracts (source of betaglucans), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin). Crude ash: 6.9%. Crude fibre: 1.7%. Crude oil fats: 14%. Moisture: %. Protein: 33%.

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By Irene Coleman on 3 October 2018

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By Jennie Patterson on 19 October 2015

Fantastic! No issues. Reccomend.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding ROYAL CANIN® Labrador Retriever Puppy Dry Food, including answers from our team.

20 January 2015 at 11:12am

How do you know size

Rosie

Hi we have a chocolate Labrador puppy she will be 11 weeks old on Thursday, we are trying to find the best food for her and would like to know how your supposed to know how much she will way as an adult dog so you can calculate how much to give of the pet food per meal.
Her parents were mainly working dogs

  • Non-Executive Director

This Royal Canin generally produces good results and most owners are very happy with it, though there are many other good diets. Personally I like the higher meat diets, such as Barking Heads, Acana and Orijen. However most dogs do well on any of these diets.

The amount to feed every day is not easy to put a figure on. I always start with my best judgment of what is probably about right, then adjust it as time goes on. If the puppy is looking a bit plump I always reduce the amount for a while. If it is looking too lean, I increase it further. It would be bet to bear in mind that the manufacturers tend to give very generous guidelines because they want you to use lots of food (!). All of the best independent, scientifically based advice suggests that slower growth (through slightly restricted amounts of food) produce an adult dog of the same skeletal size, but it takes slightly longer to get there. Dogs which grow slightly more slowly are much less prone to joint and other health problems in later life. It is much healthier to aim for a lean (but not skinny) dog throughout life. Most people can actually judge this quite well, but cannot resist feeding a bit more and like their dog to look quite plump. It is up to you but take advice from your vet or vet nurse if you are unsure about the amount to give.