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Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support 1.5kg

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Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support 1.5kg by Royal Canin

Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support specifically designed for obese cats or for weight maintenance following weight loss. Also suitable for diabetes mellitus (type II) where overweight.

Royal Canin pet foods are different for the simple reason that their foods are designed for pets rather than pet owners. Royal Canin was created by a vet named John Cathary in 1968 who realised that not all dogs and cats are created equally and feeding every animal what is essentially the same food might not be the best thing for them.

By scientifically analysing the many different breeds and varieties of animal using cutting edge research, Royal Canin has created a range of products specially designed for the nutritional and health needs of each specific pet. Large or small, young or old, pure bred or mixed Royal Canin use the finest ingredients to create a balanced diet and keep a pet happy and healthy throughout their entire lives.

Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support specifically designed for obese cats or for weight maintenance following weight loss. Also suitable for diabetes mellitus (type II) where overweight.

Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support contains the following ingredients and benefits

Satietogenic effect

Special blend of fibres that increases the volume of the stomach contents and promotes satiety.

High protein

A high protein content (11g/1000kcal ME) helps maintain muscle mass during a weight loss programme.

Essential fatty acids

Essential fatty acids (omega 3 and omega 6) and trace elements (Cu, Zn) support a healthy skin and coat.

Nutrients balance

Enriched with nutrients (proteins, minerals and vitamins) to compensate for the effect of energy restriction during a weight loss programme.

Veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions and are recommended to be used under veterinary advice.