Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Hypoallergenic small dog Dogs
When a food allergy or intolerance is suspected, the dog's diet should be modified without any transition period. Treatment with a hypoallergenic diet should be continued throughout the life of the dog and can be administered to both adult dogs and puppies.
The soy protein hydrolyzate extract, made up of low molecular weight peptides, is highly digestible and has very low allergenicity.
The very high amounts of biotin, niacin, and pantothenic acid, together with the zinc-linoleic acid complex, reduce transepidermal water loss and reinforce the skin's barrier effect.
Unsaturated urine creates an environment where stones cannot grow. This prevents the development of struvite and oxalate stones.
Sodium polyphosphates capture salivary calcium, and help limit the formation of tartar. Urolithiasis accounts for 18% of lower urinary tract diseases in dogs. It consists mainly of struvite and oxalate stone formation. Small breed dogs are particularly prone to them: they are the cause of 60% of the stones analyzed. The predisposition of small breeds to develop stones may be related to:
A smaller urine volume.
Less regular urination.
A higher concentration of minerals in the urine.
Adult dogs less than 10 kg, in case of:
Food allergies with dermatological and/or gastrointestinal signs.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI).
Rice, hydrolyzed soy protein isolate, animal fats, minerals, hydrolyzed poultry liver, soybean oil, beet pulp, fructooligosaccharides, fish oil, borage oil, marigold extract (source of lutein).
Selenium 0.1mg/kg Copper 10mg/kg
Iodine 2.8mg/kg Manganese 66 mg/kg Zinc 250 mg/kg
Biotin<strong> 3.1 mg/kg methionine 1.21% Linoleic acid 3.66%
Taurine 2100 mg/kg L-lysine 1.22% Arginine 1.76%
Proteins 24% Fats 16% Fibers 0.7% Ashes 9.8% Calcium 1.01%
Phosphorus 0.8% Moisture 9.5% Omega-6 3.8%
Metabolizable Energy: 3840 kcal/kg