Changes Are Coming to Royal Canin Veterinary Therapeutic Nutrition
Over the next few months you'll notice some changes to your pet's usual Royal Canin Veterinary Food.
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What has changed?
Improved taste and texture
The flavour and textures of some wet and dry food varieties have been improved to ensure your pet always looks forward to their Royal Canin Veterinary food.
Some formulas have been optimised to further enhance the health benefits of your pet's Royal Canin Veterinary food. Where formulas have been modified we recommend a gradual transition onto the new food over a period of 7 to 10 days. For more detailed instructions please see How to Introduce a New Food to Your Pet.
Updated product artwork and pack sizes
The biggest change you are likely to notice is that the appearance of the packaging for your pet's food will change. The new packs have been designed to help make it easier for pet parents to find the right food for their pet. Some pack sizes have also been changed to fit with commonly used daily feeding amounts, this helps to improve convenience and ensure your pet's food stays fresh until the very last bite.
How is my pet's food changing?
What do I need to do?
If you have an autodelivery with us we will send out the new products in your regular order as they arrive in our warehouse. Check the table above and if a transition is recommended for your pet's food, transition them to the new formula over a period of about 7 days to minimise any tummy upsets and to ensure they accept the new taste or texture of their food. For detailed instructions on how to transition your pet's food, please see How to Introduce a New Food to Your Pet.
Please note that the recommended feeding rations for new formulas may have changed, so you will need to check the feeding guide on the pack and adjust your daily feeding amount accordingly. If you are not sure how much to feed your pet please check with your vet or our team of in house vets.
What if my pet doesn't like the taste?
All Royal Canin foods are developed for optimal palatability, taking in to account aromas, textures, flavours, kibble sizes and nutrients. We are confident your pet will love the taste!
In the rare instance that a pet does not like the taste, all Royal Canin diets are covered by a palatability guarantee, so if this does happen to you simply get in touch with us and let us know.
Do you have unanswered questions about the changes to Royal Canin Veterinary foods?
We're here to help. If you have any questions, please get in touch with our veterinarians via Ask a Vet.