Medium Light Weight Care

Medium Light Weight Care

Dry Food For Dog

Complete feed for dogs - For adult and mature medium breed dogs (from 11 to 25 kg) - Over 12 months old - Dogs with a tendency to gain weight.

Sizes available

3kg

12kg

What is the right portion?

Proven results

80% of slightly overweight dogs fed with Royal Canin Medium Light Weight Care achieved healthier weight in 8 weeks” *Royal Canin internal study.

Weight managemnet program

Providing complete & balanced nutrition across both our wet & dry formulas, enabling you to choose the perfect combination for your dog. Get your dog active with walks, games in the park, or play at home. Reward him with kibbles taken from his meal allowance, instead of snacks. If you have any questions or concerns about your dog's health, please contact your veterinarian.

For dogs prone to weight gain

Adapted protein content to help maintain muscle mass for healthy weight maintenance. Enriched with L-carnitine.

Precise formula

Hunger-satisfying nutrition with a rich taste, formulated to help keep him fit.

How else can you help your dog?

Get your dog active with walks, games in the park or play at home. Reward him with kibbles taken from his meal allowance, instead of snacks. Most importantly, follow the food measures on this pack. If you have any questions or concerns about your dog’s health, please contact your veterinarian.

PRODUCT DETAILS

If your dog’s overweight, it can put a strain on their joints and general health. This formula is crafted to support your dog’s overall well being, but has radically less fat to help them stay trim, active and light on their paws. An optimal balance of fibres helps your dog feel full and also helps with better digestion. And this formula is rich in the highest quality proteins to ensure they maintain muscle mass. It also contains Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA for their anti-inflammatory qualities to help support your dog’s joints.

Promoting pet health and wellbeing

Creating value for our entire ecosystem

Committed to become certified carbon neutral by 2025