Royal Canin realise that one food doesn't suit all. They take into account age, activity, breed, size and lifestyle when creating Royal Canin diets, and they were the first to do so. In 1980 Royal Canin were the first to introduce specific diets for large breed puppies, in 1997 they were the first to meet the different nutritional needs of small, medium and large breeds of dogs, and in 1999 they launched the first food for specific breed of cat, formulated for the unique dietary needs of Persians.
The Royal Canin Veterinary range includes clinical diets to assist in the nutritional management of certain conditions and life stage diets to help keep your cat or dog in the best of health.
Royal Canin diets provide precise nutritional solutions to your pet’s needs. Each of Royal Canin products is based on our extensive knowledge of cats and dogs, gained through years of studies at Royal Canin own centre, partnerships with leading veterinary schools and universities, and continued input from veterinarians and breeders worldwide. Royal Canin are constantly expanding and improving on this knowledge in order to keep providing your pet with food that meets their exact dietary requirements.
All our food is made to the strictest quality requirements to ensure absolute safety. Because cats and dogs deserve the best nutrition to remain in the best of health, Royal Canin is committed to…
- Select the suppliers of raw materials in accordance with very strict specifications
- Test the quality of the ingredients before they are accepted for use in Royal Canin foods
- Only use meat from animals which are declared fit and healthy for human consumption
- Quality control from the moment the raw materials enter the factory right through to the packaging stage, thanks to systematic measures and analyses at all key stages
- Complete traceability and identification of all ingredients