Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Renal Support A Dry Dog Food
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Renal Support A Dry Dog Food
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Cats and dogs with CKD can often have waxing and waning appetites. Since pets rely on more than just taste when determining what they will eat, ROYAL CANIN RENAL SUPPORT diets include several aromatic profiles along with kibble texture, shape and size that can help stimulate decreased appetites. Available in multiple aromatic profiles, in both wet and dry food, the diets can be easily mixed or rotated to provide multiple feeding options.

ROYAL CANIN VETERINARY DIET Canine RENAL SUPPORT A dry is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

With nearly 50 years of scientific research and observation, Royal Canin continues to deliver targeted nutrition to feed every pet's magnificence. Not satisfied? Then neither are we. Our formulas are 100% satisfaction guaranteed. (Just contact us for more details.)
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Is Royal Canin good for kidney disease?

Royal Canin offers specialized veterinary diets designed to support cats and dogs with various health conditions, including kidney disease. These diets are formulated to provide appropriate nutrition and help manage the specific needs of pets with kidney issues. Royal Canin's renal support formulas are designed to be low in phosphorus and contain controlled levels of high-quality protein. This helps to reduce the workload on the kidneys and minimize the buildup of waste products in the body. Additionally, these diets may contain other nutrients and ingredients that are beneficial for kidney health, such as omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.

What foods can harm a dog's kidneys?

There are certain foods that can potentially harm a dog's kidneys if consumed in large quantities or over an extended period. While moderate levels of high-quality protein are generally acceptable for most dogs, excessively high-protein diets can put a strain on the kidneys. This is especially relevant for dogs with existing kidney issues. Phosphorus is typically restricted in diets for dogs with kidney disease because the kidneys may struggle to filter and excrete it properly. Foods that are high in phosphorus, such as organ meats (liver, kidney), some types of fish, and certain dairy products, should be avoided or limited for dogs with kidney problems. Too much sodium in a dog's diet can lead to increased blood pressure and fluid retention, putting additional stress on the kidneys. Processed foods, table scraps, and certain snacks can be high in sodium and should be given sparingly. Some foods are toxic to dogs and can cause kidney damage or failure. These include chocolate, grapes and raisins, onions, garlic, certain nuts (macadamia nuts), and artificial sweeteners (xylitol). It's essential to be aware of these toxic foods and keep them away from your dog. Certain medications, including nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), some antibiotics, and certain plants (e.g., lilies, sago palm), can be toxic to a dog's kidneys. It's crucial to keep all medications, human foods, and plants that may be harmful to dogs out of their reach.

How can I improve my dog's kidney function?

Work closely with a veterinarian who can assess your dog's specific condition and provide tailored recommendations. They may suggest diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, and provide guidance on managing your dog's diet. Your veterinarian may recommend a specialized kidney-supportive diet for your dog. These diets are formulated to be low in phosphorus, moderate in high-quality protein, and contain other nutrients beneficial for kidney health. Feeding your dog a balanced, high-quality diet that meets their specific needs is essential. Encourage your dog to drink plenty of water to maintain good hydration. This helps support kidney function and flushes out waste products. You can consider providing fresh, clean water at all times, using a water fountain to entice drinking, or incorporating wet food into their diet to increase moisture intake. Your veterinarian may prescribe medications or supplements to help manage specific aspects of your dog's kidney disease, such as controlling blood pressure, managing anemia, or supporting kidney function. Regular monitoring of your dog's kidney function through bloodwork and urinalysis is crucial. This allows the veterinarian to track the progression of the disease and adjust the treatment plan accordingly. Regular check-ups also help identify any potential complications or changes that require attention. Reduce stress levels for your dog, as stress can negatively impact overall health. Minimize exposure to toxins, including household chemicals, certain medications, and plants that are toxic to dogs.

Can renal function recover?

In general, once kidney function is lost or significantly impaired, it is not possible for the kidneys to fully recover to their previous state. The term "chronic kidney disease" (CKD) is used to describe a progressive and irreversible loss of kidney function over time. However, the progression of kidney disease can be slowed, and supportive measures can be taken to manage the condition and improve the quality of life for the affected individual. Early detection, appropriate management, and lifestyle modifications can help slow the progression of kidney disease and potentially delay the need for more aggressive interventions such as dialysis or kidney transplantation. Medications, dietary changes, fluid therapy, and other treatments can be implemented to support kidney function and manage the underlying causes contributing to kidney disease. In some cases, if kidney disease is caused by a treatable underlying condition (such as a urinary tract infection or certain medication-induced kidney damage), addressing and resolving that condition may lead to an improvement in kidney function. However, complete restoration of normal kidney function is rare once significant damage has occurred.

What are the signs of kidney recovery?

If the kidneys are functioning more efficiently, your dog may exhibit reduced thirst and increased urine output. This can be an indication that the kidneys are better able to regulate water balance and concentrate urine. In some cases, as kidney function improves, dogs may regain their appetite and experience weight gain. This can be a positive sign that the body is better able to process and utilize nutrients. Blood tests, such as serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) levels, are used to evaluate kidney function. If these values stabilize or show improvement over time, it can suggest that the kidneys are functioning better. Urinalysis can provide insights into kidney function. If the urine-specific gravity, protein levels, or other urine parameters become more normal or stabilize, it may indicate improved kidney function.

Crude Protein 12.0% min
Crude Fat 16.0% min
Crude Fiber 4.5% max
Moisture 10.0% max
Phosphorus 0.27% max
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 0.28% min
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 0.12% min

Brewers Rice, Chicken Fat, Corn, Corn Gluten Meal, Natural Flavors, Dried Plain Beet Pulp, Wheat Gluten, Fish Oil, Powdered Cellulose, Vegetable Oil, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Psyllium Seed Husk, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Fructooligosaccharides, L-Lysine, Dl-Methionine, Choline Chloride, Vitamins [Dl-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source of Vitamin C), Biotin, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Acetate, Niacin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid], Trace Minerals [Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate, Copper Proteinate, Sodium Selenite], Magnesium Oxide, Taurine, L-Tryptophan, Marigold Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.), Rosemary Extract, Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols and Citric Acid.

3,872 kcal/kg, 352 kcal/cup

Weight Daily Feeding for Weight Loss (cups) Daily Feeding for Maintenance (cups)
4 lbs 1/2 5/8
11 lbs 1 1 1/8
22 lbs 1 3/4 1 7/8
33 lbs 2 1/4 2 5/8
44 lbs 2 7/8 3 7/8
55 lbs 3 3/8 3 7/8
66 lbs 3 7/8 4 3/8
77 lbs 4 3/8 4 7/8
88 lbs 4 3/4 5 1/2
99 lbs 5 1/4 5 7/8
110 lbs 5 5/8 6 3/8
132 lbs 6 1/2 7 3/8
Transition Instructions

It is recommended that you transition your dog from the old formulation to new the new formulation over a course of 7 days.

Royal Canin is manufactured by Royal Canin Veterinary Diet
Option UPC/SKU
6 lb Bag 030111561367
17.6 lb Bag 030111561374

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