Complete dry dog food for adult Yorkshire Terriers over the age of 8 years, specially designed to support healthy ageing and enriched with a skin barrier complex in a tailored kibble shape.
Once your Yorkshire Terrier reaches 8 years old, it is considered to be a senior dog. This Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier Adult 8+ dry dog food has been specially developed to support this breed – although it is often considered to be a healthy and robust breed, sensitivities and health problems can occur in older age.
Yorkshire Terriers can struggle in particular with signs of ageing in skin and coat, teeth and the digestive system. This Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier Adult 8+ has tailored nutrition that can help to support your dog in its senior years.
Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier Adult 8+ focuses on particular breed-specific signs of ageing. As your Yorkshire Terrier ages, it can suffer from dry skin and dull, brittle fur
, whilst an increase in plaque build up
can lead to restricted chewing and poor mouth odours.
Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier Adult 8+ at a glance:
- Complete food for Yorkshire Terriers over the age of 8 years
- Tailored to the nutritional needs of this specific breed in its senior years
- Antioxidant complex: can help with cell protection
- High quality proteins: supports protein synthesis in skeletal muscles
- Tailored phosphorus content: can help to support kidney health
- Healthy skin & glossy coat: supports skin health and barrier complex
- Healthy digestion: highly-digestible proteins for optimum nutrient intake
- Promotes a balanced intestinal flora: through soluble and insoluble fibres
This tailored nutrition for Yorkshire Terriers is made with rehydratable kibble
, which can be mixed with warm water for moist food if you need. The texture of the kibble can help to clean your dog’s teeth through chewing
. This Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier Adult 8+ has been specifically created to satisfy the eating habits, jaw shape and jaw strength of the breed.
Discover more about your Yorkshire Terrier
1. At 8 years old, the Yorkshire Terrier is already classed as a senior dog.
2. The early stages of ageing are not often visible to pet owners.
3. Signs of ageing specific to the Yorkshire Terrier breed can be visible in teeth, skin and coat.
4. A tailored nutrition can help to support your dog in its senior years.