Royal Canin Senior Consult Mature Large Dog is suitable for large dogs over the age of 5 years old and between 25Kg - 45Kg in bodyweight, ideally after a senior health check.
This specially formulated food is aimed at improving key functions in ageing dogs, such as helping combat cell damage by free radicals and assists the preservation of kidney function.
Senior Consult balanced minerals and protein levels with inclusion 3 fatty acids (particularly EPA and DHA) to help protect and nourish the bones and joints of large mature dogs.
- Selection of nutrients that help support vital function in ageing dogs.
- Nutrients which contribute to healthy bones and joints.
- A specific balanced formulation to help preserve muscle mass with age.
- Nutrients which support a balanced intestinal flora and digestive transit.
Rice, maize, dehydrated pork protein, wheat, vegetable fibres, animal fats, maize gluten, hydrolysed animal proteins, wheat gluten, dehydrated poultry meat, minerals, beet pulp, fish oil, tomato (source of lycopene), soya oil, Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides (FOS), psyllium husks and seeds, hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), borage oil, green tea and grape extracts (source of polyphenols), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin), marigold extract (source of lutein).
Arachidonic acid (%) 0.06
Ash (%) 5.5
Biotin (mg/kg) 3.13
Calcium (%) 0.87
Fibre (%) 6.9
Dietary fibre (%) 15.3
DL-methionine (%) 0.73
EPA/DHA (%) 0.45
Fat (%) 14.0
Polyphenols from green tea and grapes (mg/kg) 150.0
L-carnitine (mg/kg) 820.0
Linoleic acid (%) 2.67
Lutein (mg/kg) 5.0
Metabolisable energy (calculated according to NRC85) (kcal/kg) 3433.5
Metabolisable energy (measured) (kcal/kg) 3300.0
Methionine Cystine (%) 1.02
Moisture (%) 9.5
Nitrogen-free extract (NFE) (%) 41.1
Omega 3 (%) 0.77
Omega 6 (%) 2.79
Phosphorus (%) 0.56
Protein (%) 23.0
Starch (%) 32.7
Taurine (mg/kg) 3500.0
Vitamin A (UI/kg) 33000.0
Vitamin C (mg/kg) 200.0
Vitamin E (mg/kg) 600.0
For further information on this product and daily feeding guidelines please consult a veterinary surgeon.