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Royal Canin X-Small Ageing +12

Royal Canin X-Small Ageing +12
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Royal Canin Canine Size Health Nutrition X-Small Ageing +12 is a complete dog feed for very small breed senior dogs (up to 4kg),over 12 years old. This formula supplies a selection of... Read more

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Royal Canin Canine Size Health Nutrition X-Small Ageing +12 is a complete dog feed for very small breed senior dogs (up to 4kg),over 12 years old. This formula supplies a selection of nutrients to support ageing in healthy dogs. It contains EPA-DHA and a patented complex of antioxidants. As renal function can decrease with age, X-SMALL AGEING +12 has been formulated with an adapted phosphorus content.

Key Benefits:

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  • HEALTHY TRANSIT - Very small breed dogs are prone to constipation. A balanced intake of fibres (including psyllium) helps facilitate intestinal transit and contributes to good stool quality thanks to highly digestible L.I.P. proteins.
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  • CARDIC HEALTH - The formula contains the nutrients necessary to help support good cardiac function in ageing dogs.
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  • DENTAL HEALTH - Helps reduce tartar formation thanks to the chelation agents in calcium.
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  • HIGH PALATABILITY & REHYDRATION - Thanks to its exclusive formula, the X-SMALL AGEING +12 kibble easily rehydrates to help ageing dogs eat with appetite.
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4.7 out of 5 3  Reviews

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  • Good quality
    Good quality food at a reasonable price
    Carol - September 24, 2018
  • First class service
    Website easy to get round and pay for items, prices very very reasonable and fast delivery too. Would recommend this company to everyone. My 14 year old Pomeranian loves this food too and its easy for her to eat having very few teeth, very tiny kibble.
    Jeanette Smith - December 13, 2016