Boxers are athletic, muscular dogs. They are a playful, very active and are a loyal breed. Boxers have a unique head shape; they have a flat face, short, narrow snout with thick upper lip and their teeth in the lower jaw are in a straight line.
Boxer puppies undergo a rapid growth period from birth to 15 months. This development stage is very important and will impact the rest of their lives.
Royal Canin Boxer Junior is a designed to be a complete and balanced diet, meeting the specific needs of your Boxer puppy.
Features and Benefits
- Helps support healthy muscle development in a growing Boxer puppy through a specific protein content and optimal levels of l-carnitine
- The formula encourages healthy digestion and digestive health through highly digestible ingredients and prebiotics to promote a balanced bacterial flora
- Immune system support thanks to a special complex of antioxidants and prebiotics
- Specially shaped and textured kibble to allow the Boxer to pick up the kibble more easily and encourage chewing
Feeding Guidelines: Feed a Royal Canin breed specific Junior diet to you Boxer from 8 weeks to 15 months old. Your dog can then transition to Roya l Canin Boxer Adult.
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