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Royal Canin Veterinary Diets Sensitivity Control Dog Food

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Description

Royal Canin Sensitivity Control is a specially tailored diet for dogs suffering from food intolerances, allergies, inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhoea or colitis. The ingredients have been carefully selected to cater for the needs of dogs with more delicate digestions, combining nutritious and delicious duck and tapioca, known to not exacerbate digestive sensitivities. The diet also contains a healthy blend of fish oils, beet pulp, prebiotics and sugar to provide all the essential nutrients needed for health, growth and vitality. Omega 3 fatty acids and added zinc will help promote a glossy coat and support skin and its natural defenses. Free from lactose and gluten, reducing the risk of gastrointestinal or dermatological reaction.

Sensitivity Control SC 21

SENSITIVITY CONTROL is a complete dietetic feed for dogs formulated to reduce ingredient and nutrient intolerances. Selected protein sources: duck or chicken. Selected carbohydrate source: tapioca or rice.

Recommendations

Feed for 3 to 8 weeks. If signs of intolerance disappear, this diet can be used indefinitely. It is recommended that a veterinarian’s opinion be sought before use.

Benefits

  • Selected Protein - A limited number of protein sources helps reduce the risk of food allergies.
  • Skin Barrier - A patented complex to support the barrier effect of the skin.
  • EPA/DHA - Fatty acids to help maintain a healthy digestive system and a healthy skin.
  • Digestive Security - Nutrients which support a balanced digestive system.

Ingredients

SC21 Dry Food

  • Composition - Tapioca, dehydrated duck meat, hydrolysed poultry proteins, vegetable fibres, animal fats, beet pulp, fish oil, soya oil, psyllium husks and seeds, minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides, marigold extract (source of lutein)
  • Additives (per kg) - Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 25000 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, E1 (Iron): 41 mg, E2 (Iodine): 2.8 mg, E4 (Copper): 10 mg, E5 (Manganese): 54 mg, E6 (Zinc): 203 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.1 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants
  • Analytical constituents - Protein: 21% - Fat content: 9% - Crude ash: 7.2% - Crude fibres: 4.4% - Per kg: EPA/DHA: 3.5 g - Essential fatty acids: 28 g

Chicken with Rice Wet Food

  • Composition - Meat and animal derivatives (chicken 52%), cereals (rice 12%), derivatives of vegetable origin, oils and fats, minerals, various sugars
  • Additives (per kg) - Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 135 IU, E1 (Iron): 14 mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.65 mg, E4 (Copper): 4.5 mg, E5 (Manganese): 4.5 mg, E6 (Zinc): 44 mg
  • Analytical constituents - Protein: 8.5% - Fat content: 6% - Crude ash: 2% - Crude fibres: 1% - Moisture: 72% - Essential fatty acids: 2.1% - EPA/DHA: 0.28%

Duck with Rice Wet Food

  • Composition - Meat and animal derivatives (duck 49%), cereals (rice 16%), minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin, oils and fats, various sugars
  • Additives (per kg) - Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 200 IU, E1 (Iron): 11 mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.65 mg, E4 (Copper): 4.5 mg, E5 (Manganese): 3.5 mg, E6 (Zinc): 33 mg
  • Analytical constituents - Protein: 9% - Fat content: 7% - Crude ash: 2% - Crude fibres: 0.5% - Moisture: 68% - Essential fatty acids: 1.55% - EPA/DHA: 0.23%

Analysis

SC21 Dry Food

Analysis table Amount
Arachidonic acid (%) 0.05
Ash (%) 7.2
Biotin (mg/kg) 3.12
Calcium (%) 1.48
Fibre (%) 4.4
Dietary fibre (%) 9.8
DL-methionine (%) 0.9
EPA/DHA (%) 0.35
Fat (%) 9.0
Linoleic acid (%) 1.89
Lutein (mg/kg) 5.0
Metabolisable energy (calculated according to NRC85) (kcal/kg) 3211.5
Metabolisable energy (measured) (kcal/kg) 3462.0
Methionine Cystine (%) 1.22
Moisture (%) 9.5
Nitrogen-free extract (NFE) (%) 48.9
Omega 3 (%) 0.68
Omega 6 (%) 1.98
Phosphorus (%) 0.91
Protein (%) 21.0
Starch (%) 43.5
Taurine (mg/kg) 3000.0
Vitamin A (UI/kg) 33000.0
Vitamin C (mg/kg) 200.0
Vitamin E (mg/kg) 600.0
Other nutrients Amount
Arginine (%) 1.38
L-lysine (%) 1.09
Minerals Amount
Chlorine (%) 0.63
Copper (mg/kg) 15.0
Iodine (mg/kg) 2.8
Iron (mg/kg) 204.0
Magnesium (%) 0.05
Manganese (mg/kg) 61.0
Potassium (%) 0.7
Selenium (mg/kg) 0.13
Sodium (%) 0.4
Zinc (mg/kg) 238.0
Vitamins Amount
Choline (mg/kg) 2000.0
Folic acid (mg/kg) 13.8
Vitamin B1 Thiamin (mg/kg) 27.4
Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (mg/kg) 0.14
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (mg/kg) 49.4
Vitamin B3 Niacin (mg/kg) 490.0
Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid (mg/kg) 147.2
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (mg/kg) 76.8
Vitamin D3 (UI/kg) 800.0

Chicken with Rice Wet Food

Analysis table Amount
Arachidonic acid (%) 0.08
Ash (%) 2.0
Biotin (UI/kg) 0.5
Calcium (%) 0.42
Fibre (%) 1.0
Dietary fibre (%) 2.0
DL-methionine (%) 0.23
EPA/DHA (%) 0.28
Fat (%) 6.0
Linoleic acid (%) 1.5
Lutein (mg/kg) 1.7
Metabolisable energy (calculated according to NRC85) (kcal/kg) 1175.0
Metabolisable energy (measured) (kcal/kg) 1220.0
Methionine Cystine (%) 0.3
Moisture (%) 72.0
Nitrogen-free extract (NFE) (%) 10.5
Omega 3 (%) 0.4
Omega 6 (%) 1.7
Phosphorus (%) 0.32
Protein (%) 8.5
Starch (%) 9.5
Taurine (mg/kg) 1700.0
Vitamin A (UI/kg) 20000.0
Vitamin C (mg/kg) 70.0
Vitamin E (mg/kg) 145.0
Other nutrients Amount
Arginine (%) 0.55
L-lysine (%) 0.5
Minerals Amount
Chlorine (%) 0.2
Copper (mg/kg) 8.0
Iodine (mg/kg) 1.5
Iron (mg/kg) 37.0
Magnesium (%) 0.02
Manganese (mg/kg) 8.0
Potassium (%) 0.23
Selenium (mg/kg) 0.1
Sodium (%) 0.1
Zinc (mg/kg) 64.0
Vitamins Amount
Choline (mg/kg) 700.0
Folic acid (mg/kg) 0.2
Vitamin B1 Thiamin (mg/kg) 3.0
Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (mg/kg) 0.02
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (mg/kg) 5.0
Vitamin B3 Niacin (mg/kg) 290.0
Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid (mg/kg) 48.0
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (mg/kg) 1.0
Vitamin D3 (UI/kg) 170.0

Duck with Rice Wet Food

Analysis table Amount
Arachidonic acid (%) 0.064
Ash (%) 2.0
Biotin (UI/kg) 0.55
Dietary fibre (%) 2.3
DL-methionine (%) 0.23
EPA/DHA (%) 0.23
Fat (%) 7.0
Fibre (%) 0.5
Glucosamine chloride (mg/kg) 990.0
Linoleic acid (%) 1.0
Lutein (mg/kg) 1.9
[metabolisable_energy_calculated_according_to_NRC_2006] (kcal/kg) 1459.0
Metabolisable energy (calculated according to NRC85) (kcal/kg) 1383.0
Metabolisable energy (measured) (kcal/kg) 1460.0
Methionine Cystine (%) 0.3
Moisture (%) 68.0
Nitrogen-free extract (NFE) (%) 13.5
Omega 3 (%) 0.35
Omega 6 (%) 1.2
Phosphorus (%) 0.4
Protein (%) 9.0
Starch (%) 11.7
Taurine (mg/kg) 2000.0
Vitamin A (UI/kg) 2100.0
Vitamin C (mg/kg) 80.0
Vitamin E (mg/kg) 185.0
Calcium (%) 0.48
Minerals Amount
Chloride (%) 0.18
Copper (mg/kg) 4.8
Iodine (mg/kg) 1.33
Iron (mg/kg) 33.0
Magnesium (%) 0.04
Manganese (mg/kg) 9.0
Potassium (%) 0.22
Selenium (mg/kg) 0.09
Sodium (%) 0.15
Zinc (mg/kg) 52.0
Other nutrients Amount
Arginine (%) 0.55
L-lysine (%) 0.5
Vitamins Amount
Choline (mg/kg) 1060.0
Folic acid (mg/kg) 0.14
Vitamin B1 Thiamin (mg/kg) 3.0
Vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin (mg/kg) 0.028
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (mg/kg) 5.0
Vitamin B3 Niacin (mg/kg) 360.0
Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid (mg/kg) 55.0
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine (mg/kg) 1.1
Vitamin D3 (UI/kg) 300.0

Feeding guidelines

The following tables show the recommended daily feeding guidelines (grams per day). Fresh water should be available at all times.

SC21 Dry Food

Dog Weight Lean Normal Overweight
2kg 80g 65g 45g
3kg 105g 85g 65g
4kg 130g 105g 80g
5kg 155g 125g 95g
6kg 175g 140g 105g
7kg 195g 160g 120g
8kg 215g 175g 130g
9kg 235g 190g 140g
10kg 255g 205g 155g
11kg 275g 220g 165g
12kg 290g 235g 175g
13kg 310g 250g 185g
14kg 325g 260g 195g
15kg 345g 275g 205g
16kg 360g 290g 215g
17kg 375g 300g 225g
18kg 395g 315g 235g
19kg 410g 325g 245g
20kg 425g 340g 255g
21kg 440g 350g 265g
22kg 455g 365g 275g
23kg 470g 375g 280g
24kg 485g 390g 290g
25kg 500g 400g 300g
26kg 515g 410g 310g
27kg 530g 425g 315g
28kg 545g 435g 325g
29kg 555g 445g 335g
30kg 570g 455g 340g
31kg 585g 470g 350g
32kg 600g 480g 360g
33kg 610g 490g 365g
34kg 625g 500g 375g
35kg 640g 510g 385g
36kg 650g 520g 390g
37kg 665g 530g 400g
38kg 680g 545g 405g
39kg 690g 555g 415g
40kg 705g 565g 420g
41kg 715g 575g 430g
42kg 730g 585g 440g
43kg 740g 595g 445g
44kg 755g 605g 455g
45kg 765g 615g 460g
46kg 780g 625g 470g
47kg 790g 635g 475g
48kg 805g 645g 485g
49kg 815g 655g 490g
50kg 830g 665g 495g
55kg 890g 710g 535g
60kg 945g 755g 570g
65kg 1005g 805g 600g
70kg 1060g 850g 635g
75kg 1115g 890g 670g
80kg 1170g 935g 700g

Wet Food

Dog Weight Lean Normal Overweight
2kg 215g 1/2 can 175g 1/2 can 130g 1/4 can
5kg 425g 1 can 340g 3/4 can 255g 1/2 can
10kg 705g 1 3/4 cans 560g 1 1/4 cans 420g 1 can
15kg 945g 2 1/4 cans 755g 1 3/4 cans 565g 1 1/4 cans
20kg 1165g 2 3/4 cans 930g 2 1/4 cans 700g 1 3/4 cans
25kg 1370g 3 1/4 cans 1095g 2 1/2 cans 825g 2 cans
30kg 1565g 3 3/4 cans 1255g 3 cans 940g 2 1/4 cans
35kg 1755g 4 1/4 cans 1405g 3 1/4 cans 1050g 2 1/2 cans
40kg 1935g 4 1/2 cans 1545g 3 3/4 cans 1160g 2 3/4 cans

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SUITABLE FOR A PUPPY?

17th Sep 2015
Susan Butcher
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2011
  • From: somerset, United Kingdom

Can i feed sensitivity control duck and tapioca to a 7 month doberman puppy

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yes this is a good quality, complete diet and it would be fine for your puppy, especially if it has gastro-intestinal issues or suspected allergies. (It is very young to have genuine allergies, but the diet is good nonetheless.)

Pancreatitis vet recommends Royal cabin, which one would be the best

7th Jun 2015
kathy

The vet thinks pancreatitis a mild form, had tests and blood tests they have recommended. royal canin, have tried this before in a tin my dog wouldnt eat it. Can you rec. which one be the best as they look like they are for different conditions.I have used viovet for quite a while with my Cavalier Chloe who passed away at Christmas and I know Viovet will be better priced than my vet if I can get her to eat it. I think Viovet is a great company and rec. you to everyone.
My dog is Penny a Westie, aged 9 yrs.
Thank you.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

For pancreatitis I would recommend Royal Canin Gastro-intestinal Low Fat dog food or equally Hills i/d dog food (ideally the low fat version).

Quick change over to sensitive diet

19th May 2015
Daisy

Hi, my pointer has really bad diarrhoea which the vet feels is due to too much protein in her diet from a mixed source. She is very sensitive and I've tried lots of different foods supposedly for this but still she gets upsets at times, as the food she has is causing such an upset I wondered how quickly I can change her over to the royal canine sensitivity - when she gets upsets she stops eating and then when she feels better she guzzles the tinned royal canine sensitivity so I wondered if I could stick with that and then slowly introduce the dried royal canine rather than using anymore of the protein rich food she is obviously intolerant to.
many thanks X

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

In my opinion, dogs usually have trouble like this because of the types of protein given, not the total amount. Being carnivores, dogs are in fact designed to consume large amounts of protein and it is often pointed out that the large amounts of cereal they tend to be given amount to very unnatural diets and might well be responsible for problems themselves. However it is true that most dogs do in fact digest cereals well and unnatural or not, they seem to work OK for most dogs. The precise mechanism whereby sensitivities and intolerances develop are poorly understood and commercial pressure from the big manufacturers clouds the issues.

Senstivity control works partly by having different protein sources which are well digested and as long as your dog is well suited to these proteins, all should be well. (The dried form is based on tapioca and duck, the wet is chicken or duck and rice..) I would switch your dog onto any new diet gradually, by adding a little to the former diet, then over 7-10 days, gradually change the proportions until she has switched completely. Most dogs do fine this way.

Can I give this to a normal dog

17th Mar 2015
VioVet Visitor

Hi

My dog has got a shunt and this food has been recommended but my other dog loves and just wondered if it was okay for both dogs to eat the same.

  • Assistant Customer Contact Centre Manager

Though this food is usually designed for dogs suffering from food intolerances and allergies, it would be fine to feed to a normal dog without these problems.

Renal dog fod

17th Feb 2015
ali thomson

Does renal dog food come in pouches ?

  • Customer Service Operative

Hi Ali.

We do sell Royal Canin Canine Veterinary (Clinical) Diets Renal Dog Food Wet » 40 x 150g Pouches. You can find this by searching this quick find number 157919.

Flavour

9th Feb 2014
Ann Lloyd

What is the flavour of the 7kg bag of royal canin sensitivity food?

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

The main flavour of all the dry food is duck.

Loos stools

12th Jan 2014
Audrey guntrip

Would it be ok to give ( clinical) sensitivity dry food to our 8 1/2 month old Westfield who has sufferied on and off since we have had him with diarrhoea and loose stools we have been under the vet on different occasions but still not got him on the right food to help it can you help

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The sensitivity diet is intended to be given to dogs with intermittent loose stools where there is no obvious cause. It does indeed often help and should be suitable to try. If your puppy is a bit greedy it is very important also not to give too much food. Keeping him a bit hungry for a few days will give the digestion a better chance to get back under control. Overloading it with lots of food makes it more difficult. If in doubt, feed a bit less. For a few days this will do no harm. You can increase the amounts gradually if things are going well. If problems still persist, you should return to your vet however.