50g Royal Canin Energy Training Reward - Energy Booster

Reward: 50g Royal Canin Energy Training Reward - Energy Booster

  • 50g Royal Canin Energy Training Reward - Energy Booster
  • 50g Royal Canin Energy Training Reward - Energy Booster

Optimal energy dog snack for training and rewarding, with short-chain fatty acids to give your dog an energy boost; suitable for active adult dogs with high energy requirements. ...further information

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Product description

Royal Canin Energy Nutritional Supplement and Training Snacks offer a calorie-rich alternative to conventional treats and rewards. Royal Canin Energy is a dog snack with a special concept that is ideal for training your dog. The snacks contain a high level of short-chain fatty acids which contribute to a rapidly available, high level of energy in order to support your dog's activity and performance. In addition, reinforced levels of antioxidants (vitamins E and C, polyphenols) neutralise free radicals.

Royal Canin Energy Training Reward - Energy Booster at a glance:

  • Training reward for dogs
  • Energy combines fast energy intake and optimal palatability
  • Suitable for active adult dogs
  • With antioxidants from vitamins E and C and polyphenols to help support cellular function
  • Perfect kibble for adult dogs

Ingredients

Ingredients:
Rice, animal fat, vegetable oils, wheat gluten*, vegetable protein isolate, poultry protein (dried), animal protein (hydrolyzed), beet pulp, vegetable fibres, fish oil, minerals, fructo-oligosaccharides, grape seeds and green tea (decaffeinated **, source of polyphenols).
*L.I.P.: Protein selected for its very high assimilation.

Additives:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (26,600 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (1400 IU/kg), vitamin E (1400 mg/kg), vitamin C (1600 mg/kg), preservatives, antioxidants.

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation:
Recommended max. amount per day
Activity <25 kg >25 kg
moderate 1 pouch 1 pouch
intense 2 pouches 3 pouches

Ideally, use one hour before exercise.
Do not exceed recommended feeding amounts to avoid overweight.