Royal Canin® Canine Health Nutrition™ X-SMALL Mature +8 Dog Food
Make sure that your small dog remains fit, active and healthy as he or she ages by serving a tasty meal packed with beneficial nutrients and antioxidants with this dog food. Each tasty bite delivers proteins for healthy digestion and vitamins and minerals to keep your dog's urinary system functioning properly.
Our Price: $14.29
Watch your little lap dog run, jump and bounce into the golden years when you fill his or her dish with this Royal Canin Canine Health Nutrition X-SMALL Mature +8 Dog Food. Loaded with savory flavor, the food is sure to satisfy even the pickiest of pooches. The formula delivers nutrients and antioxidants to keep your petite pup healthy, happy and strong as he or she faces the first signs of aging. Thanks to digestible proteins and a variety of fiber sources, the food ensures that your dog's digestive system runs smoothly, while a dose of vitamins and minerals supports a healthy urinary tract. The tasty kibbles are ideally sized for miniature mouths and help to fight the formation of tartar for optimal dental hygiene.
For small-breed adult dogs up to 8 lb. ages 8 – 12 years
Beneficial nutrients and a powerful antioxidant complex help very small dogs maintain vitality during the first signs of aging
Highly digestible proteins and precise levels of various fibers help regulate and ease intestinal transit for healthy digestion
Specific vitamins and minerals promote a healthy urinary system
Extra-small kibbles are designed specifically for the miniature jaws of dogs weighing less than 8 lb.
Proven kibble technology fights tartar formation for optimal dental health
Highly palatable formula satisfies finicky eaters
Feed 1/4 – 3/8 cups to dogs weighing 2.2 lb.; feed 3/8 – 1/2 cup to dogs weighing 3.3 lb.; feed 3/8 – 5/8 cup to dogs weighing 4.4 lb.; feed 1/2 – 5/8 cup to dogs weighing 5.5 lb.; feed 5/8 – 3/4 cup to dogs weighing 6.6 lb.; feed 5/8 – 7/8 cup to dogs weighing 7.7 lb.; feed 3/4 – 1 cup to dogs weighing 8.8 lb.
Individual feeding recommendations vary depending on activity level