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Royal Canin Dog Food

Premium Dog & Puppy Food

With more than 50 years of pet health expertise, Royal Canin is a global leader in dog health nutrition. Their premium dog and puppy food range features exceptional ingredients that have been expertly created to optimise the overall health of dogs from all life stages and sizes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Royal Canin dog food made?

Proudly established in France, Royal Canin continues to manufacture their premium range of dog and puppy food in France and Austria, and then imported into Australia under strict biosecurity measures. Royal Canin is committed to  protect the safety and quality of your dog’s diet, and complying with all local Australian standards and regulations.

Are all Royal Canin dog & puppy food the same?

Royal Canin have formulated recipes that are essential in meeting the unique nutritional needs of dogs from puppyhood through to their senior years. Their dry and wet dog food products contain unique blends of protein, fibre, antioxidants, amino acids and other essential elements that your dog needs to reach their optimum health. 

How much Royal Canin food should I feed my puppy, and how often should I feed them?

Puppies grow quickly and this growth can be affected by how you feed them. At each stage in a puppy’s physical development, what they eat will impact how strong and healthy they become as an adult dog. The amount you feed your puppy will depending on their breed and size category. Please follow guidance from Royal Canin’s size guide for the most accurate results. 

Feed your puppy small amounts of Royal Canin throughout the day, rather than one big meal, to helps their food digest easily. 

A simple guide is: 

  • Weaning (all sizes): four meals a day
  • Up to four months (small breeds) or up to six months (large breeds): three meals a day
  • Four to 10 months (small breeds) or six to 12 months (large breeds): two meals a day

How do I keep my Royal Canin dog food fresh at home?

Storing Royal Canin dry dog food in their original bag, and then inside an airtight container, is the best way to maintain its freshness. Royal Canin dry dog food should not be frozen as it removes moisture from the kibble, which, upon thawing, can cause mould. Freshen up Royal Canin wet dog food by storing them in a covered container in the refrigerator and using them within one or two days. It is also important to thoroughly rinse your dog’s bowl after feeding any dog food, as remaining food can attract bacteria and insects.