Complete dry food for neutered cats with sensitive skin, helps the skin barrier, contains EPA and DHA, can promote healthy skin and shiny fur, high protein content...further informationProduct description
Complete dry food for neutered cats with sensitive skin, helps the skin barrier, contains EPA and DHA, can promote healthy skin and shiny fur, high protein content
Royal Canin Veterinary Feline Skin & Coat is a fully adequate complete food for neutered young and adult cats with skin problems. The recipe of this dry food has been specially formulated to promote healthy skin and fur. Royal Canin Veterinary Feline Skin & Coat contains ingredients such as DHA and EPA which can contribute to healthy skin and shiny fur. This cat food is suitable for cats with feline atopic neurodermatitis or other types of dermatitis, for example, skin reactions caused by allergies or skin problems after a parasite infestation or an infection. This dry food has a high protein content and can help to maintain muscle mass. What’s more, the SO index of this recipe can promote an unfavourable environment for urinary stones.
*When combined with medical treatment, such as antiparasitic medicine or antibiotics, if required.
Royal Canin Veterinary Feline Skin & Coat at a glance:
Corn, dehydrated poultry protein, wheat gluten*, rice, maize gluten, hydrolysed animal protein, animal fat, vegetable fibres, beet pulp, minerals, fish oil, psyllium (husks and seeds), fructooligosaccharide, soya oil, borage oil, marigold extract (source of lutein).
*Low Indigestible Protein (L.I.P): protein selected for being easily digestible.
Additives (per kg)
Vitamin A (29,500 IU), vitamin D3 (800 IU), iron (33mg), iodine (3.4mg) copper (10mg), manganese (44mg), taurine (0.23mg), zinc (131mg), selenium (0.07mg).
|dietary fiber||10.2 %|
|omega-3 fats||0.92 %|
|omega-6 fats||3.31 %|
|calories that can be burned||384.0 kcal|
|DHA fatty acid||0.43 mg|
Feeding guide (g/day)
Royal Canin Veterinary Feline Skin & Coat is a complete food for cats.
|Cat's weight||Underweight||Ideal weight||Overweight|
|2 kg||39 g||33 g||26 g|
|2.5 kg||46 g||38 g||30 g|
|3 kg||52 g||43 g||35 g|
|3.5 kg||58 g||48 g||39 g|
|4 kg||64 g||53 g||43 g|
|4.5 kg||69 g||58 g||46 g|
|5 kg||75 g||62 g||50 g|
|5.5 kg||80 g||67 g||53 g|
|6 kg||85 g||71 g||57 g|
|6.5 kg||90 g||75 g||60 g|
|7 kg||95 g||79 g||63 g|
|7.5 kg||100 g||83 g||67 g|
|8 kg||104 g||87 g||70 g|
|8.5 kg||109 g||91 g||73 g|
|9 kg||114 g||95 g||76 g|
|9.5 kg||118 g||98 g||79 g|
|10 kg||122 g||102 g||82 g|
As soon as the first signs of illness begin to show, the feeding regime should be prescribed for a period of 2 months to achieve visible results, even when improvement is seen just 2 weeks after changing diet. In chronic cases, this dermatological diet can be given to the cat until it reaches 7 years old.