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- Royal Canin Labrador Retriever Adult dry dog food is designed to meet the nutritional needs of purebred Labrador Retrievers 15 months and older
- Exclusive donut-shaped kibble designed specifically to help large breed Labrador Retrievers chew and eat food slowly
- Helps maintain ideal weight with precise calorie and fat content tailored for the Labrador Retriever breed
- Supports bone & joint health with EPA, DHA, and glucosamine to support large, strong bodies
- Reinforces the skin barrier with essential nutrients to support healthy skin and dense undercoats
- Included Components: Royal Canin Breed Health Nutrition Labrador Retriever (30 Lb)
It’s a best dry dog food for Labrador Retriever adult.
- Contains one (1) 40 lb. bag of IAMS PROACTIVE HEALTH Adult Large Breed Dry Dog Food Chicken
- 1st ingredient is real, farm-raised chicken, and features smaller kibble size
- Maintains bone and joint health with a formula tailored to support large breed active dogs
- Promotes healthy digestion and immunity with a tailored blend of wholesome fibers and prebiotics
- IAMS Large Breed Dry Dog Food promotes strong muscles with quality protein sourced from real chicken
- Veterinarians recommend IAMS
- One (1) 37.5 lb. Bag – Purina Pro Plan High Calorie, High Protein Dry Dog Food, 30/20 Chicken & Rice Formula
- Features real chicken as the #1 ingredient
- Contains 30% protein and 20% fat to help fuel metabolic needs and maintain lean muscle
- Amino acids help nourish muscles, including during the crucial time immediately following exercise
- SPORT Performance 30/20 Formula has a new look and product name coming soon. May receive either bag during the transition
- Solid nutrition in grain-free recipes that fuel your dog’s daily adventures. There’s no corn, wheat or soy to help avoid food sensitivities.
- Real meat is always the first ingredient to give dogs the protein their bodies need to maintain lean muscle mass.
- These meat-rich recipes combine high-quality beef or chicken with wholesome carrots, simmered in a savory broth for the flavor dogs love and crave.
- Crafted in the USA with the world’s finest ingredients, and made without poultry by-product meal or artificial colors, flavors or preservatives; packed in BPA non-intent cans for safety.
- Provides plenty of beneficial nutrients like essential amino acids from animal proteins, omega-3 and 6 for healthy skin and coat, plus added vitamins and minerals.
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat Canned Dog Food (13.6-oz can, case of 24)
- Tasty, palatable prescription diet specifically formulated to support healthy digestion in your dog.
- Highly digestible proteins and prebiotics support digestive health and optimal stool quality.
- Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and a blend of fibers support GI health.
- Antioxidants support a healthy immune system.
- Helps to prevent crystals from forming in the bladder for paw-sitive urinary healthy.
The carefully formulated Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat in Loaf Canned Dog Food is designed to help keep your pup’s tummy healthy for a happy furbaby and a happy you, too! It delivers the nutrition your best friend needs when recovering from issues like vomiting, diarrhea and appetite loss. The low fat content is paw-some for pups who have trouble digesting fat. Prebiotics support a balance of good gut bacteria, while a blend of dietary fibers supports healthy digestion. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil help to nourish and soothe your dog’s GI tract for a comfy tummy. Plus, antioxidants support a strong, healthy immune system. In addition to all of these paw-some benefits, this food helps to reduce the chance of bladder crystals developing for a healthy urinary tract, too!
Pets can be sensitive to sudden changes in their diets. For this reason, it is extremely important to follow a gradual transition plan to best support your pet’s health and product effectiveness. Ask your Veterinarian about the best way to transition your pet to a new food.