NJ Pet Supply is a proud carrier of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet products because Royal Canin partners with the global veterinary community with a strong commitment to deliver the right nutritional solutions to cats. This partnership helps drive the focus of their science-based innovation with the goal to develop diets that meet the nutritional needs of patients.
With their formulas in both wet and dry food options, they are precisely created to help with urinary support, digestive support, skin and food sensitivities, weight management, kidney health, diabetes support, and pets with multiple sensitivities.
Royal Canin wants to help support your feline from its kitten days to its adult days. Kitten nutrition is designed specifically to provide maximum support during the first weeks of life, but cats' needs change as they grow older. As they get older, many cats begin to show physical signs of aging between 7 and 10 years of age. Aging often means decreased energy, difficulty walking, and loss of appetite. Older cats also have a greater chance of developing various medical conditions. Your vet may recommend a diet to help support healthy aging. Overall, a cat's habits, activity levels and instincts drive them to eat more or less in a given day, as well. In addition to keeping in mind specific health considerations depending on age, kittens need nutrients for healthy growth, adult cats need a maintenance formula to support health, and the senior cat needs nutrients to support healthy aging. Only specially balanced diets are able to guarantee all the nutrients necessary for your cat's well-being at every life-stage and for every lifestyle.
To support your cat at every stage of life, Royal Canin Veterinary Diets include precise, veterinarian-recommended, hypoallergenic cat nutrition for pets with allergies or skin issues, which can be achieved through novel protein or hydrolyzed protein food. Perhaps your furry friend is dealing with digestive upset; homemade diets, including chicken and rice, may not have the nutrients to help get your cat on the road to recovery. That’s why your veterinarian might recommend a diet packed with nutrients to help support your cat’s digestive health. Is your cat straining with no visible relief? Seeing your cat struggle with urinary issues, like stones, is scary, but it doesn’t have to be. After consulting with your veterinarian, they may recommend food that creates an unfavorable environment for bladder stone formation to help support your pet. Similarly, a few extra pounds on a cat's frame can have a dramatic effect on a cat's quality of life, playtime, mobility, and overall lifelong health. After consulting with your veterinarian, they may recommend a cat food to help nutritionally support achieving a healthy weight in cats. Their diets are developed by nutritionists and veterinarians to specifically support renal health, as well. This helps with problems of increased thirst and urination, poor appetite, weight loss, vomiting, diarrhea, and poor hair. If your cat has been diagnosed with diabetes, you know a healthy diet can help. After consulting with your veterinarian, they may recommend a cat food with a special fiber blend to help minimize glucose fluctuations and high palatability to encourage adequate food intake at meal times. As the diagnosis of multiple diseases continues to be prevalent – nearly 1 in every 2 pets suffers from multiple health conditions - Royal Canin understands how important it is to have a single nutritional solution when there is more than one specific nutritional need. Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Multifunction provides a full offering of solutions for cats combining nutritional support for multiple issues in the same product.
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