Complete dietetic feed for dogs formulated to support renal function in the case of chronic or temporary renal insufficiency, through its low level of phosphorus and high-quality protein.
3 bottles in a box (Package size for easy storage)
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Dog Renal Liquid is a complete dietary food formulated to support renal function in patients with chronic or temporary renal failure due to its low phosphorus content and low protein content.
RENAL DIETARY MANAGEMENT
Formulated to support renal function in case of renal insufficiency: high quality proteins and restricted levels of phosphorus. Contains EPA + DHA and antioxidants.
HIGH ENERGY (1.5 kcal/ml)
Very high energy density that provides daily energy requirements in a reduced feeding volume.
Complete and balanced liquid diet to support the renal function in case of renal insufficiency, for dogs requiring assisted enteral nutrition.
The synergistic antioxidant complex (including high levels of Vit E, Vit C, taurine & lutein) helps neutralise free radicals.
EASY TUBE FEEDING
Liquid formula with adapted viscosity for an easy use whatever the tube size.
Milk and milk derivatives, cereals, oils and fats, vegetable protein extracts, mineral salts, vegetable by-products. Sources of protein: low lactose milk, caseinate.
Nutritional Additives Vitamin A: 6700 IU Vitamin D3 220 IU E1 Iron 40 mg E2 Iodine 1 mg E4 Copper 4 mg E5 Manganese: 3 mg, E6 (Zinc): 63 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.2 mg.
Analytical Constituents (per 100 ml)
Protein 5 g
Fat 8 g
Carbohydrates 14 g
ENA 14 g
Total Fiber 0 g
Raw food fiber 0 g
Omega 6 2.4 g
Omega 3 0.63 g
EPA + DHA 0.17 g
Phosphorus 0.11 g
Sodium 0.13 g
Metabolizable energy 150 kcal
Daily Feeding Recommendation
Shake before use. After opening keep refridgerated and use within 24 hours.
It is difficult to find suitable food for a dog with a renal problem. My elderly Pomeranian enjoys this product to the extent that, when all other options are rejected by her, she can always manage to take some Royal Canin liquid diet food and maintain both weight and energy.
It requires patience to feed the liquid via some form of 'dropper' but this is worth the effort.
The Royal Canin liquid food is a good product. When a dog has kidney problems, it helps with digestion, and can ensure sufficient calories are absorbed.
I have fed my dog a renal diet in the past, and was recently advised to renew the prescription.
When reviewing the options I found the liquid version, and this seems to have been well received, so much so that my dog has regained some lost weight, and is always eager to sip her liquid food.
Administering the product is time consuming due to the use of a small pipette or similar but it is worth it. The product is recommended.
When I first started feeding my dog renal food this was not available. The wet (canned or pouch) and dry versions were my only options.
The liquid form of the renal food has many advantages, and although it is quite time consuming to administer, the results are worthwhile.
I would say, after a short trial, that the liquid is preferred and has other advantages, in addition to being easy to digest.
Given that the dog has kidney problems and is way over normal life expectancy, I think this product is one of the better 'special diet' foods. I have noted a decrease in side effects and an increase in energy since starting the liquid renal diet, so I am very pleased.