Understanding a pet's nutritional needs
At Royal Canin, we know that Persian cats use the lower side of their tongue to pick up kibble, and Yorkshire Terriers generally show fussy eating habits. Dalmatian dogs do not process dietary purines like other dogs, and the weight of Maine Coon cats means their joints often need greater support. By understanding these nuances in their health and behaviour, we can tailor each diet to provide genuine support to each pet.
The science behind Tailored Nutrition
Royal Canin develops a diet when we identify a need, which is then translated into a precise nutrient profile and adapted to pets depending on their size, breed, age, lifestyle and sensitivities. As well as precisely measured individual nutrients, new developments also take into account palatability factors, including the shape, size and texture of kibble, which are adapted to the shape and size of the pets’ jaws. Find out more about Royal Canin's diets for specific needs below.
Royal Canin's Nutritional Philosophy
Our approach to pet nutrition has always been based on scientific facts and is constantly driven by research from nutritionists, veterinarians and scientists from across the world. Find out more about our nutritional philosophy, how we put the needs of cats and dogs first, and how we ensure our products are nutritionally precise through rigorous, continuous observation and innovation.
By understanding nutrients and their benefits, you can make informed decisions about your pet's diet. Royal Canin have spent countless hours researching the nutritional needs of cats and dogs. As such, each of our tailored diets includes at least 50 individual nutrients, adapted to a pet's unique needs. Find out more about individual nutrients and their benefits for cats and dogs.Essential nutrients explained