Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat Dry Dog Food

 Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Moderate Calorie Dry Dog Food
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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Hypoallergenic Selected Protein PD (Potato & Duck) Dry Dog Food just might become your best friend’s best food. This veterinary-prescribed duck formula helps treat a variety of dermatological and intestinal problems like itchy skin, inflammatory bowel disease, and gastrointestinal upset. Duck is an easily-digested protein not found in most pet foods, reducing the risk of developed digestive problems and allergic reactions. Loaded with a

precise blend of antioxidants to help maintain a healthy immune system as well as amino acids that promote a healthy coat and skin, Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Hypoallergenic Selected Protein Adult PD Dry Dog Food keeps your dog comfortable and healthy from the inside out!.
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal High Energy Dry Dog Food
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My dog, a now 8 year old Belgian Malinois police K9, has had loose, yellow, stool for years… We have tried Nutro, Pro Plan, Taste of the Wild, and he is now on Diamond Sport…. After a recent spell of extreme diarrhea the vet put him on Royal Canin canned gastrointestinal and for the first time in the 4 years I have owned him his stool was regular, solid, and a healthy color… However… I can’t find a store to purchase this food at a reasonable price, and being a large dog he would go through the 30lbs bag almost within two weeks… Can you suggest a food that could possibly offer my dog the same calming effects for his stomach while still meeting his high energy and protein needs? He has always been very hard to keep weight on even with a completely clear bill of health. Thanks. Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal High Energy In Gel Canned Dog Food
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Photo provided by Flickr- Royal Canin Gastrointestinal High Energy has an antioxidant blend that helps support a healthy immune system in dogs
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I took my dog (a 18 lb mixed chihuahua/terrier) into the vet earlier this week because I suspected he had tapeworms. The vet said that his discomfort the night before might also be a sign of a gastrointestinal blockage - and said that she wanted to put my dog on a new food immediately (with no switching over) to help with any blockage just in case. So she pulled out Royal Canin Gastrointestinal high energy. My dog normally eats Acana Wild Atlantic and that has made his coat glorious, his backward sneezing gone, etc. His poops by the way were normal all this past week - he only vomited a worm up once and pooped what I believed to be worms.Judging by its ingredients alone, Royal Canin Veterinary Diets Gastrointestinal Dog Food looks like a below-average dry product.Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Hypoallergenic HP dry is a highly palatable, highly digestible, complete and balanced hydrolyzed protein diet. The diet is specifically formulated to assist in the diagnosis and management of adverse food reactions with dermatologic or gastrointestinal signs in adult dogs and puppies.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Hypo Hydrolyzed Protein contains all of the proteins, amino acids, and vitamins needed to boost the immune system and give your pet the energy he needs without upsetting his sensitive tummy. The special prescription dry dog food formula also provides a healthy skin barrier that protects against environmental allergens and bacteria.I have a 2 year old miniature pinscher and took him to the vet after he started experiencing painful stool and pain around his abdominal area and rectum. The vet did an x-ray and diagnosed him with colitis. He was prescribed an anti-fungal medication (metronidazole), prescription food (the royal canin gastrointestinal high energy kibble), and 1 packet of probioitc added to his kibble daily (Advita probioitc powder). The reviews online for this probiotic are amazing! I had my dog on Canidae Grain-Free Pure Sea Salmon dog food prior to this vet visit, the food is supposed to be very good – better than the blue buffalo wilderness he was on before. So after doing everything the vet said my dog is now having terrible diarrhea and I don’t know what to blame it on. I really think I should just go back to his food and do the probiotic because honestly it sounds better than the over priced prescription dog food I bought. Any help would be so greatly appreciated! I am desperate for a solution!!