Royal Canin Mini Puppy Food Pouch

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Your puppy’s growth period is an important life stage; it’s the time of discovery and change. While your puppy is still growing, it’s important that its diet takes a primarily nutritional approach. Suitable for puppies up to 10 months, ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy is specially formulated with all the nutritional needs of your puppy in mind.

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ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy contains an exclusive complex of antioxidants – including vitamin E – to support your pup's immune system while they're still maturing. Learn More...

ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy also contains many beneficial nutrients that help to support optimal digestibility in your puppy.  The energy content in ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy will meet the high energy needs of your puppy.

To cater to each dog’s individual preferences, ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy is also available as dry food, with crunchy and tasty kibble. If you’re considering mixed feeding, simply follow our feeding guidelines.  This will ensure your dog gets an accurate amount of both wet and dry food for optimal benefit.

Once your puppy has fully matured, they can be moved onto ROYAL CANIN® adult dog food.  Which will provide them with all the nutrition they need to lead a healthy life.

For feeding instructions, see the table and further information on the packaging. Always remember to see the information and batch number/factory registration number and best before date. This is to ensure that you are feeding your dog quality food that won't cause any discomfort or illness.

Benefits of ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy:

  • Helps support your puppy’s natural defences thanks to a variety of antioxidants including vitamin E.
  • Helps support digestive health and a balance in the intestinal flora.
  • ROYAL CANIN® is a highly rated food option for small breed puppies.
  • Contains essential hydrolysed animal proteins.
  • Contains a balanced amount of crude fibres.
  • Optimised for high digestibility.
  • Contains high quality proteins.
  • Contains 1.6 mg E6 zinc for healthy skin and coat development.


Benefits of ROYAL CANIN® products:

  • All ROYAL CANIN® food products contain a balanced amount of additives per kg - nutritional for dogs of all breeds.
  • Balanced per kg nutritional additives vitamin ratio.
  • One of the most trusted retail products, precise nutrition for dogs fo all ages, sizes and breeds.
  • There is also a variety of ROYAL CANIN® food products  for cats of all ages.
  • Feline food products from ROYAL CANIN® provide precise nutrition for cats.
  • All packaging comes with an interactive feeding guide, so you can provide your pet with the right amount of nutrition.


How do I store ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy?

It is recommended that ROYAL CANIN® Mini Puppy in Gravy is stored in a cool, dry environment. This will ensure that the food is kept fresh and tasty for your pup. It is also important to look for the expiry of the product before opening it. To check this date, see the information on the packaging.


Why is it important that I choose the right food for my puppy?

Different breeds of dogs have unique dietary requirements. Sometimes, this can extend beyond their breed and include their size and age. Due to this fact,  it's important to know which foods will give your specific dog the nutritional benefits that they require. If you are able to, you should implement this rule when raising your young pup.

If your puppy is a larger breed of dog, and is expected to grow to be a certain size, it's necessary to ensure that their diet provides them with the calories and nutrients that they'll need to develop properly.

Choosing the right food for your dog at a young age also decreases their likelihood of contracting certain diseases or disorders.

Key ingredients for good canine nutrition:

  • Proteins - amino acids are vital in the development of cell growth, maintenance and repair in your dog's body.
  • Fats - fatty acids and healthy fats are essential in providing your dog with energy, as they make up the most concentrated portion of this aspect in any canine's diet.
  • Carbohydrates - not only do they function as an additional source of energy, carbohydrates in the form of whole grains can provide your dog with a variety of beneficial minerals.
  • Vitamins - these organic or synthetic substances are necessary for the conversion of calories to energy as well as optimal body functioning in your pup.
  • Minerals - these inorganic nutrients usually make up less than 1% of a dog's total body weight, but they are essential to the development of various important functions, such as growth, stronger bones and healthy teeth.