Royal Canin® Breed Health Nutrition® Yorkshire Terrier Junior Dry Dog Food For Puppies is designed with the optimal size, shape and texture for this breed to encourage chewing.
100% complete and balanced nutrition
This exclusive formula contributes to maintaining health of the Yorkshire’s long coat.
Enriched with an adapted content of Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA), Omega 6 fatty acids, borage oil and biotin.
Contributes to supporting digestive health and promoting a balance in the intestinal flora.
Helps support the Yorkshire puppy’s natural defenses.
The Yorkshire Terrier's muzzle is not too long and his teeth meet in a level bite so this kibble has the optimal size, shape and texture for this breed to encourage chewing.
Formulated to help reduce tartar formation thanks to calcium chelators.
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Recommended Feeding Instructions:
Daily intake - Recommended daily quantities to keep your pet in ideal condition.
Recommended daily quantities:
Royal Canin recommends:
Puppies 2 - 5 months should be fed 3 times a day
Puppies 6 - 10 months 2 times a day
2 kg - 4.4 lb
3 kg - 6.6 lb
4 kg - 8.8 lb
11 months change to Yorkshire Terrier Adult
kg = kilogram; lb = pound; g = gram; c = cup
Your puppy should be given up to four meals a day in the weeks following weaning. The number of meals will vary depending on age, starting with four meals a day, before transitioning to three, and then to two at mid-growth. Always give your puppy food in the same bowl, in the same place to teach good eating habits.
Ideally, food quantity should be based on the growth curve of your specific breed, or target adult weight of your puppy. Overfeeding can cause excess weight gain, obesity in adulthood and joint and bone issues in the large breed puppy. Be sure to review the feeding guidelines recommended on the packaging of your puppy food formula and measure each serving accordingly.
For newly weaned puppies, moisten the food with water and feed frequently during this important growth period. As the puppy grows older, the amount of liquid should be reduced to the amount your puppy prefers or feed completely dry.
Remember, when changing your dog's food or diet allow 7 - 10 days to ease the transition from your dog’s current food. Each day, simply feed a little less of the previous food and a little more of the new until you are feeding the new food exclusively. This gradual transition is important and will help to avoid any dietary upsets.
Always provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily.
For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly.
Dehydrated poultry protein, rice, maize flour, animal fats, vegetable protein isolate*, beet pulp, hydrolysed animal proteins, minerals, soya oil, fish oil, yeasts, fructo-oligo-saccharides, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), borage oil (0.1%), marigold extract(source of lutein).
*L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.
Nutritional additives (per kg):
Vitamin A - 29500 IU; Vitamin D3 - 800 IU; Biotin - 3.07 mg; E1 (Iron) - 49 mg; E2 (Iodine) - 4.9 mg; E4 (Copper) - 9 mg; E5 (Manganese) - 64 mg; E6 (Zinc) - 192 mg; E8 (Selenium) - 0.11 mg
Pentasodium triphosphate - 3.5 g; Preservatives; Antioxidants.
Crude ash - 7%; Crude fibre - 1.3%; Crude oil fats - 20%; Moisture - 0%; Protein - 29%.
3881 kilocalories of metabolizable energy (ME) per kilogram or 380 kilocalories ME per cup on an as fed basis (calculated).
Yorkshire Terrier Junior is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.