Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Sensitivity Control

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Sensitivity Control

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My dog is a fussy eater and has a sensitive stomach, he eats really little and vomits every 2-3 weeks or so. The vet recommended us this and he loves it. Eats every last biscuit and vomits very rarely now.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Sensitivity Control

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These products are wonderful for my dog's sensative stomach used with enzyplex we have no more diarrhoea

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Sensitivity Control

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My dog was put onto this food after he had some stomach issues, and became more and more sensitive to every other type of food (reaction was vomiting). Somehow, this stuff's still OK and she loves it.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Sensitivity Control

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Excellent product. My 2 dogs both love it. They both have severe allergies & I have noticed a big difference in their skin condition. Unlike most dry foods, you can really smell the fish in it & it has obviously got a high fish content.

So good for our frenchies!

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From Ferny Hills, QLD

We have two frenchies. Our boy has allergies every time summer rolls around and the girl is so hyper active that every time she eats her biscuits or drinks water after playing - she spews. Both had their pallets done. They only been on this for two weeks and I could not be happier! The girl stopped throwing up and loves her new biscuits, even after running around like a maniac. I am yet to see any progress with our boy. I don't expect much from him as I know it is seasonal but if it helps, why not! The bite size is perfect for their weak little jaws. They used to be on Royal Canin French Bulldog but weren't really big fans of it. Only ate it when absolutely had to. Highly recommend it.

sensitivity biscuit

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From toowoomba

My dogs have clostridum perfringens which is now serve IBS. After 6 years and trying so many different diets/biscuits/tins, my vet put them on a home diet and weekly (tylan) antibiotic to stop the disease sporing.I have just found this wonderful biscuit. So far both their stomachs can have a small amount per day. I am hopeful over time that one day they will be on this 100%. And they will be healthy again.