ROYAL CANIN® Size Health Nutrition™ GIANT

Dog Food for Very Large Dogs (dogs over 100 lb)

Saint Bernard

Many giant dog breeds were developed to work in cold climates or as rescue dogs. Today, many are great family pets. Very large dogs require specialized nutrition that accounts for their large size, age, activity level and physical condition.

ROYAL CANIN® Size Health Nutrition™ GIANT dog food has a patented kibble design tailored to your giant dog’s extra-large size and special nutritional needs at any age, including puppies. It takes 18 to 24 months for a giant breed puppy to reach adulthood, and during this time they will increase their birth weight by 80-100 times. Because of the significant increase in body weight, it is important a giant breed puppy be fed a diet that supports healthy skeletal and muscular development.

It is important giant breed dogs are given a diet that supports healthy bone and joint development throughout all life stages because, as extra-large dogs get older, their joints are put under daily stress.

ROYAL CANIN GIANT dog food and puppy food has been specially formulated for a variety of very large dog breeds, including: Saint Bernards, Great Danes, Mastiffs, Newfoundlands, Bullmastiffs, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Great Pyrenees and Irish Wolfhounds.

ROYAL CANIN GIANT will help your very large dog stay happy and healthy at any life stage.

ROYAL CANIN® BREED HEALTH NUTRITION® has formulas designed to meet the unique needs of pure breed dogs to include the Rottweiler

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