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ROYAL CANIN Veterinary Diet® is pleased to announce a formulation improvement to the canine GASTROINTESTINALTM LOW FAT can. The diet now addresses urinary health by promoting an environment unfavorable to the development of both struvite and calcium oxalate crystals, indicated by the S/O Index icon found on the label.
* Digestive Support: Helps to maintain the balance of gastrointestinal
microfl ora and intestinal mucosal integrity
* Low Fat: Low fat concentration improves digestive function in
dogs with hyperlipidemia or pancreatitis
* Fiber Balance: Low fi ber content ensures high digestibility, nutrient
absorption, and limits colonic fermentation
* Antioxidant Complex: A precise blend of antioxidants helps support
a healthy immune system
Water sufficient for processing, pork by-products, rice flour, corn grits, corn meal, powdered cellulose, dried beet pulp, calcium carbonate, guar gum, natural flavors, gelatin by-product, carrageenan, potassium citrate, sodium tripolyphosphate, sodium silico aluminate, taurine, hydrolyzed yeast, fish oil, vegetable oil, vitamins [DL-alpha-tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), biotin, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), niacin supplement, D-calcium pantothenate, ribofl avin supplement (vitamin B2), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, vitamin D3 supplement], trace minerals [zinc oxide, ferrous sulfate, zinc proteinate, copper sulfate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite, calcium iodate], marigold extract (Tagetes erecta L.)
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Most Liked Positive Review
Best Food for my "Jack- Huahua" who has stomach issues
We have a Jack Russell/ Chihuahua mix who we rescued and he is a love bug. When we first got him, he threw up his food albeit it was organic and no wheat...Read complete review
We have a Jack Russell/ Chihuahua mix who we rescued and he is a love bug. When we first got him, he threw up his food albeit it was organic and no wheat or dairy, a very expensive food recommended to us. When we took him to the vet she prescribed Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat Canned Dog Food. When I first opened the can I kind of gagged because it smelled like nasty canned dog food and I was used to the green organic food containing veges, etc.but Harley was excited just by the smell of the food. Months later and he is off the Pepcid, LOVES the food and has not vomited since. The only downside is that the food is an Rx and it is expensive but PetFlow has the best price, they always seem to have coupons so I buy a case at a time and will call your vet to get refills. It's the cheapest price including the military base where I can also get it- I would recommend it highly for a dog with a sensitive tummy.
Most Liked Negative Review
THE LID REMOVAL SNAP CAME CLEAR OFF IMMEDIATELY AND I AM VERY CAREFUL WITH SNAP LID CANS! This was the cheapest product I have ever seen, it was ridiculous! The lid snap came...Read complete review
THE LID REMOVAL SNAP CAME CLEAR OFF IMMEDIATELY AND I AM VERY CAREFUL WITH SNAP LID CANS! This was the cheapest product I have ever seen, it was ridiculous! The lid snap came off in my hand immediately it was so cheap when I tried to open it. Then the can opener was totally ineffective at removing the lid because of the cheap quality of the lid also. So, that took me 10 minutes to remove. It then took another 10 minutes to actually clean the can for recycle as it was so cheaply made! Just horrible. The debris had no ability to slide or be cleaned from can so it stuck like crazy instead. Poor, horribly poor product, never again!
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Comments about Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat Canned Dog Food:
My 11 1/2 yr old Kimble ..beagle/Bassett really lives this and it has helped his stomach issues !
After a long bout of antibiotic induced diarrhea, Dr. recommended this... worked. Bernie (the Boston) loves it... comes immediately to feeding area when he hears or sees me putting this as a topper on this dry dogfood.
My vet recommended this for my dog who has chronic pancreatitis. She loves it and it keeps her gastrointestinal system regulated with very few flare ups.
both of my Shitzu became very ill and were in the hospital. During there illness they wouldn't eat. Gastrointestinal and satiety was the only food they would eat!!! They are still eating this product
I have two older dogs that just love this food. Because they are older the lower fat helps with their relaxed energy level and helps to keep their weight in check. The gastrointestinal helps settle their stomachs.
My dog was put on this food to help with a liver attack. She is doing well right now and also helping with weight control.
This product was recommended three years ago after my dog had a terrible bout with kidney crystals. Thankfully, my dog enjoys the food and has kept her healthy since changing to this.
My Shih Tzu can be a very fussy eater and have digestive problems which are certainly not unique to this breed. His veterinarian recommend and prescribed the Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Gastrointestinal Low Fat canned dog food. One serving of this twice daily seems to put him back on track with his regular food. This is the one thing he gulps down very eagerly and quickly. It usually only take about one half can to get his eating back on track.
My vet jad me switch to both the dry and wet food due to digestive issues.
My old dog was becoming increasingly picky as he aged. We reached a point where he refused to eat his hard kibble. I fed him this food until he passed. It was so helpful to have something that he would eat during his declining health. I also use this anytime my other dogs have an upset stomach. I would rather not have to make chicken and rice which is usually recommended too for an upset GI.