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Royal Canin Starter Mousse Mother & Baby Dog Food 195g

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Product details

SKU
I142526
Benefits
Unique nutritional solution supports the needs of both mother and baby through the birth and growth stage.
Health and Wellbeing
Complete dog feed for the bitch (gestation and lactation) and her puppies (from weaning up to 2 months old)
Breed
All
Dog Size
All
Feeding Guide
For feeding guidelines, see packaging.
Life Stage
Puppy
Wet Food Form
Canned
Care Instructions
Always provide fresh, clean water for your pet.
Special Needs
Mother & Baby
Description
Royal Canin Starter Mousse is a complete feed for dogs - especially for gestating or lactating females & her puppies
Ingredients
Meat & animal derivatives, cereals, derivatives of vegetable origin, Milk & milk derivatives, Oils & fats, Yeasts, Vitamins & Minerals.

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