Royal Canin Feline Health Nutition Medium Adult 7 Dry Dog Food


  • Royal Canin Medium Adult 7+ dry dog food is precise nutrition specifically made for medium-sized dogs 7–9 years old weighing 23–55 lbs.


  • Fights the first signs of aging and helps maintain vitality with an exclusive blend of antioxidants


  • Supports digestive health with easy-to-digest proteins and a balanced fiber blend


  • Promotes coat and skin health with optimal levels of omega-3 fatty acids like EPA and DHA


  • Exclusive kibble design encourages chewing and has a palatability dogs love

Product Description

Royal Canin Feline Health Nutition Medium Adult 7 Dry Dog Food


  • Royal Canin Medium Adult 7+ dry dog food is precise nutrition specifically made for medium-sized dogs 7–9 years old weighing 23–55 lbs.


  • Fights the first signs of aging and helps maintain vitality with an exclusive blend of antioxidants


  • Supports digestive health with easy-to-digest proteins and a balanced fiber blend


  • Promotes coat and skin health with optimal levels of omega-3 fatty acids like EPA and DHA


  • Exclusive kibble design encourages chewing and has a palatability dogs love






How to choose a dry dog food

Dry food should not only be of high quality, but also suitable for this particular dog. First of all, you need to choose food by age group, since food intended for puppies will be harmful to an adult dog, and vice versa.

1.Puppy food is rich not only in vitamins and minerals, but also in nutrients. Indeed, rapid growth requires energy and building material. Therefore, puppy food contains an increased amount of protein and fat. Usually it is 27-30 and 16-18 percent, respectively.

2.For an adult dog, all this will be redundant. In the feed for this, the largest group, protein and fat make up 22-26 and 12-15 percent. Manufacturers, as a rule, offer for this age group not only a wide range of food tastes, but also options that provide for the lifestyle of dogs – their greater or lesser activity.

3.In older dogs, mobility decreases, metabolic processes slow down. In order to avoid obesity and overload on internal organs, the caloric content of feed is reduced, and protein and fat make up only 19-22 and 10-12 percent of most manufacturers. The complex of vitamins in the feed for the elderly is also selected in accordance with age.

In addition to age, the size of the dog is an important factor . In accordance with this indicator, not only the size of the granules varies, but also some biological features. For example, the metabolism of small dogs is slightly higher than that of their large counterparts, so the composition of the feed is slightly different.

But, of course, the most important thing in the feed is its quality composition . Even if the food is positioned as puppy, but is economy-class or commercial, then nothing good will come of feeding the puppy. It is better to spend a little of your time, deal with the classification of feeds and choose a quality food for your puppy that will benefit the dog, and not just the manufacturer of the feed.

HOW TO FEED A DOG BONES?

Everyone knows that literally two things can be done with bones: either throw it away or give it to a dog. But is it? Below we will tell you what “sugar stone” is, to whom and in what form it can be given.

Sugar bone is a large bone, covered with cartilage, with a spongy tissue structure and having an articular head. Why is it sugar? It is called so not at all because it is made of sugar, but because the head of the bone has a smooth surface, white in color like sugar, in color.

Let’s figure out who

such a tasty treat is suitable for: – First of all, it is recommended to give such a treat to puppies aged 4.5-6 months. At this age, babies change their teeth, they often bite everything around. A stone will help them loosen and help them fall out faster.

  • Such a bone is a natural abrasive for brushing your teeth. If you give it 1-2 times a month to puppies older than 6 months of age, then this will serve as a good prevention against tartar.
  • There is a lot of calcium in the bones, so they can be added to the diet as a source of this useful element. But there are some dangers:
  • From the use of bones, the pet erases and crumbles teeth. It is not recommended to give them to animals of advanced age, as well as dogs with weak gums. It is better to indulge such pets with delicacies prepared with their own hands.
  • Bones are not well digested, and their frequent consumption can clog the stomach and cause constipation.
  • Pets with problems with discipline are also not recommended to give bones. The dog can begin to guard the bone, protect and grind.
  • For small breeds of dogs such a treat is hardly suitable. It is better for them to immediately separate pieces of cartilage or tendons. An alternative is trachea, ears, calyx and other cartilage-containing products.

What are the different types of dog meals and purposes?

Meals given to pet dogs can be divided into “general nutrition foods”, “snacks”, “therapeutic foods”, and “other target foods”.

  • Comprehensive nutrition food

“Dog food” applies to meals mainly given.

It is a major source of energy for your dog’s healthy body, so it is recommended that you choose a premium dog food that contains as little raw material as possible and is human quality.

  • Snack
    “Snack” applies to snacks.

Please choose something that has a good bite to give as a reward for discipline.

  • Therapeutic diet
    It is a food that is given during the treatment of illness when the dog is not feeling well. It has less calories and salt than ordinary dog food.

 

  • Other target meals

Supplements that support “joint”, “aging measures” and “improve immunity” are applicable.

Lactic acid bacterium is a supplement that helps bowel movements, and glucosamine is a supplement for joint care.

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