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Wellness Nutritional Philosophy

Every ingredient in Wellness natural dog food is carefully chosen for its nutritional benefits providing just what your friend needs for a happier, healthier and longer life. Simple, pure, authentic ingredients are combined to provide an ideal balance of protein, fat and carbohydrates.

The dog and cat comes first. For over 40 years, Royal Canin has worked with breeder partners and veterinary nutritionists to go ever further into innovation and precision.


      PUPPY

Every nutrient in your pet’s food should have a specific purpose. From proteins, lipids and carbohydrates to vitamins and minerals, all should be properly balanced, because 'too much' can be just as detrimental to your puppy as 'too little'. If these nutrients are fed in the wrong proportions, nutritional deficiencies or excesses could lead to long-term damage to the puppy’s health and wellbeing.

      ADULT

Every nutrient in your pet’s food should have a specific purpose. From proteins, lipids and carbohydrates to vitamins and minerals, all should be properly balanced, because 'too much' can be just as detrimental to your puppy as 'too little'. If these nutrients are fed in the wrong proportions, nutritional deficiencies or excesses could lead to long-term damage to the puppy’s health and wellbeing.

Every nutrient in your pet’s food should have a specific purpose. From proteins, lipids and carbohydrates to vitamins and minerals, all should be properly balanced, because 'too much' can be just as detrimental to your puppy as 'too little'.

      SENIOR

Every nutrient in your pet’s food should have a specific purpose. From proteins, lipids and carbohydrates to vitamins and minerals, all should be properly balanced, because 'too much' can be just as detrimental to your puppy as 'too little'. If these nutrients are fed in the wrong proportions, nutritional deficiencies or excesses could lead to long-term damage to the puppy’s health and wellbeing.

Every nutrient in your pet’s food should have a specific purpose. From proteins, lipids and carbohydrates to vitamins and minerals, all should be properly balanced, because 'too much' can be just as detrimental to your puppy as 'too little'.