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Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+ Gravy Pouch 140g

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I255103-Royal Canin Maxi Ageing 8+ Gravy Pouch 140g
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Product details

SKU
I255103
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Senior
Breed specific
All
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Pouch
Description

Suitable for all large dogs over 8 years old that weigh between 26-44 kg, ROYAL CANIN Maxi Ageing 8+ in Gravy is specially formulated with all the nutritional needs of your large adult dog in mind. ROYAL CANIN Maxi Ageing 8+ in Gravy is developed to support healthy ageing in large breed dogs like yours. It's enriched with a selected complex of antioxidants to help neutralise free radicals.
Healthy ageing support
Contains EPA, DHA and a complex of antioxidants to help neutralise free radicals.
Bone and joint support
Helps maintain healthy bones and joints in ageing large breed dogs.
High digestibility
Helps support digestive health and a balance in the intestinal flora.

Ingredients
Please Note: Royal Canin® takes pride in ensuring the scientific reliability of all product information. The information in this product listing was true and accurate at the time of publication. However, please note that from time to time, for example due to ingredient availability or a change in sourcing factory within our global factory network for the purpose of ongoing supply, it is necessary to make product changes at short notice, and there may be some delays in updating the information in our product materials.
Rated 4 out of 5 by ElaineDun from Good for a camping trip My dog normally has raw meat with her kibble so I purchased these for a camping trip as I wouldn't have a fridge. They did the job I needed but for a big dog, I wouldn't replace a full meal with them as the cost would be 3x more than a portion of biscuits.
Date published: 2024-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jazz 2 from Food suplement A retired cattle dog of 11 years with mild arthritis enjoys this product.
Date published: 2023-10-28
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