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What Are Your Options?

Sometimes it can be incredibly hard to decide what the best option for your dog is with regards to their food. There are so many options out there that the task of finding the right food can seem daunting, and there are so many horror stories about companies being found to use ingredients that are harmful to your pet. If your dog suffers from any form of medical condition or ailment then this decision can be even harder. Or maybe, you are finding that your dog is having a bad reaction to the food you are feeding it.

As a pet owner, I can confidently recommend Royal Canin as they seem to have a food specially formulated for a wide range of specific needs and considerations. Here I want to highlight to you a few symptoms your dog may have, the problem they may be suffering from and the Royal Canin food product that would be best suited to the problem:

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Symptom – discomfort during urination, more urination, abnormal urination, poor coat, weak or discoloured stools, abnormal or irregular stools, lack of energy, increased thirst, decreased appetite, vomiting, weight loss, etc.

Potential Problem – kidney failure, kidney disease, damaged kidney

Recommended Food – Royal Canin Renal

Symptom – Inability or reluctance to urinate, inability to control urine flow, urinating in unusual places or unusual quantities, blood or cloudiness in urine, a strong odour to the urine, increased consumption of water and continual licking of the urinary opening.

Potential Problem – Bacterial cystitis or dissolution of struvite uroliths or calcium oxolate urolithiasis.

Recommended Food – Royal Canin Urinary

Symptom – general itchiness, rashes, constant and violent vomiting, diarrhoea, weight loss or weight gain, irritable bowels, recurrent ear infections, reluctance to eat the food provided to them.

Potential Problem – Dietary intolerance, Food allergy

Recommended Food – Royal Canin Sensitivity Control

If you suspect your dog is suffering from any of these problems, you should consult with a veterinarian about the best course of treatment as your dog may need more than just a specialist dog food. However, these products can do wonders for relieving symptoms and generally making your dog’s life a whole lot more comfortable.

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