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Royal Canin Poodle Adult 1.5kg
Product Code: 8091
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DescriptionRoyal Canin Poodle is specially formulated for the needs of poodles. It helps enhance the lustre of their coat, improves the skin's efficiency as a protective barrier, and maintains cognitive function and antioxidant defences, while reducing plaque and tartar.
Royal Canin also provide a specific range of food for your dogís Size. While there Veterinary Diets range is ideal if your dog has a health complaint that requires a vet-recommended diet.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
great product the dogs love it posted on 26/08/2014 by smithymac
Great product great delivery and very easy to the complete transaction
great value posted on 11/09/2013 by reevey1
Best price I have seen my two lhssapoos like this kibble the best they are very fussy Even better value if you need enough items to get free postage
My Dog Loves it posted on 30/03/2011 by spugh
I bought this for my 14 year old poodle and he loves it, it smells great.
great value posted on 04/02/2011 by fowkesw
I have three poodles 2toy&1 medium all three are thriving on this food, best thing i did putting them on it.IT suits them to a tee.
excellent posted on 27/04/2010 by the-deak
Some people have said not to bother getting breed specific but I have 5 dogs ranging from a toy poodle to a large Rottweiler and I think my dogs benefit from breed specific. My 10yr old poodle is thriving on this
My dog loved this posted on 28/05/2009 by
Bought this for my fussy toy poodle, he loves this food
Great for my poodle. posted on 03/02/2009 by
My elderly toy poodle, aged 11, suffers from a delicate stomach and also has Cushings Syndrome. This product is proving excellent for both of these conditions.
One of the few things my dogs wont get tired of posted on 17/12/2013 by apetrilli
I think breed specific nutrition is a big marketing exercise but the formula is very appetising