Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care

12kg
: 5/5
(11)
Balanced complete dry food for large breed adult dogs prone to weight gain, with a 27% protein content and just 11% fat, with fibre for a long-lasting full feeling.
 
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Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care
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Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care
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Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care

- 12kg

£56.99
£4.75 / kg

Product description

Balanced complete dry food for large breed adult dogs prone to weight gain, with a 27% protein content and just 11% fat, with fibre for a long-lasting full feeling.
 

Dogs that are overweight can often suffer with increased pressure being placed on their joints, caused by the additional weight they have to carry. In order to keep your dog fit and healthy, you should be sure to offer a balanced, delicious and satisfying food such as this Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care.



Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care at a glance:

  • Complete dry food for large-breed (26-44kg) adult dogs from 15 months of age that have a tendency to gain weight
  • Contains less fat (than standard food): helps to reduce or maintain your dog's weight
  • High protein content (27%): supports the maintenance of existing muscle mass and promotes muscle development
  • Low fat content (11%): promotes the maintenance of an ideal weight
  • Soluble & insoluble fibre: can have a satisfying effect
  • With valuable omega-3 and -6 fatty acids: can support healthy skin and coat
  • Well-accepted: due to the carefully selected nutrients
  • Also suitable for fussy dogs: special kibble shape, size and structure supports food intake



This Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care is available as a wet or dry food for dogs that are prone to weight gain. These products can also be combined for great effect.
The kibble of the dry food has a tailored size to make it ideal for small, medium or large breed dogs.

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
Dehydrated poultry protein, vegetable fibres, maize, barley, maize flour, maize gluten, wheat gluten*, hydrolysed animal proteins, wheat, animal fat, beet pulp, cellulose powder, fish oil, minerals, yeast products, fructo-oligosaccharides, psyllium (husks and seeds), soya oil, glucosamine from fermentation , marigold meal, hydrolyzed cartilage (source of chondroitin).
*L.I.P.: Proteins selected for its very high digestibility.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (21000 IU), Vitamin D3 (900 IU), E1 [iron] (46mg), E2 [iodine] (3.9mg), E4 [copper] (10mg), E5 [manganese] (49mg], E6 [zinc] (133mg), E8 [selenium] (0.09mg), L-carnitine (200mg).

Technological additives:
Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin (5 g).

Preservatives, antioxidants.


Analytical constituents

protein27.0 %
fat11.0 %
fibre8.8 %
ash5.4 %
omega-3 fats7.5 g/kg

Feeding guide

Manufacturer's feeding recommendation in g/day:

Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care is a complete dry dog food.

For mixing with water, please see the quantities indicated on the food bag.

 

Dog's weight Low activity Normal Activity High activity
26kg 287g 341g 395g
28kg 304g 361g 418g
30kg 320g 380g 440g
32kg 336g 399g 461g
34kg 351g 417g 483g
36kg 367g 435g 504g
38kg 382g 453g 525g
40kg 397g 471g 546g
42kg 412g 489g 566g
44kg 426g 506g 586g

 

Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts depend on your pet's age, breed, activity levels and other circumstances. Monitor your pet's weight and adjust feeding amounts as required. Fresh water should be provided at all times.

Reviews

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Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care
19/09/20
: 4/5
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20/06/20|Mrs N Cuggy
: 5/5
Royal Canin Maxi Light Weight Care
My Dogs favourite Food is Maxi light Weight Care It has help to keep her at a healthy weight and her coat is in good condition
08/11/17|Alex
: 5/5
Economical quality food
I’ve used this for several years for my lab x Great Dane who weighs 50kg. He puts weight on very easily and this feed keeps his weight under control. He also has problems with his anal glands; although the food doesn’t stop the problem it doesn’t make it worse as with other brands I’ve tried. He has the low activity amount of food as I found the normal activity caused a little weight gain. But he has plenty of energy and is very fit
11/07/17|Ade
: 5/5
Great for a 63kg fat Rottweiler
My 4 year old Rotti was 63kg at his worst. We Switched to Royal Canin Adult Maxi Light and he's a nice 55kg solid muscle and no fat belly or back. He eats it in 12 seconds flat. My 8 year old female loves it too and maintains a healthy 40kg. You can use it for training treats too. 10/10 for my pack!
26/10/16|Gina C
: 5/5
Changing from Royal Canin Maxi to Maxi Light
Wilf, my wirehaired viszla is now 4 years old. When he was about 2 after him being slightly under his expected weight I wrote a review singing the praises of the Royal Canin Maxi product (see review under Gina C). He then gained weight brilliantly. We had a change in lifestyle which meant a bit less exercise for a while and he gained a little too much weight (41kg) so I tried this Light variety and its worked brilliantly. Wilf is now a beautiful 39kg, neither ribs showing or belly protruding.
23/01/16|Jenny MacAlpine
: 5/5
Overweight Golden Retriever
Our 5 year old Golden Retriever was overweight and we had tried many different foods to try and get this down but have to say this food is the only one that has the desired effect. He is now so much more lively.
15/06/14|KateW
: 5/5
Excellent product
I have two sibling labradors one male one female. I started the female on Royal Canin as she was hugely overweight. After two months she had become much slimmer and her coat in superb condition. By three months she had reached her target weight. The male used to get upset stomachs regularly and I decided to put him on the same diet. He has never had a problem since and again, his coat is in great condition. They also both love it and still see it as a treat!
11/04/13
: 5/5
very good
This food helped my female Labrador to lose weight when she was overweight. She loves eating it and we've started feeding her just the dry food (she used to have a mix of dry and wet food).
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02/03/13|Pauline Medd
: 5/5
excellent all rounder
Sasha our 6 year old Alsatian ( German Shepherd ) was recently diagnosed with hip dysplasia, she needed an operation. For her recuperation she was to be confined to a cage, which is a concern for weight gain. I put her on to Royal Canin Maxi Light, peviously she had a typical Alsatian tum either sick or runny bum, to my delight she no longer has this. Weigh up, pay the extra or keeep cleaning up ? Ps she is recovering well 6 weeks on
11/01/12|Nicola Newman
: 5/5
Excellent for weight control and loss
We have a 4 year old Chocolate Labrador called Buttons who is prone to gaining weight - mainly due to her treats .. but rather than have to give up giving her treats we were advised by the Vet to put her on their diet. The bag of 4kg Vet diet cost almost £48 and to be perfectly honest we could not afford to sustain that .. so we switched to Royal Canin Maxi Light 27 and feed her 135g on a morning and 45g at teatime (she knows when the person deals on Deal or No Deal that it's tea time lol) and various treats throughout the day. We also give her apples, bananas & tomatoes (in moderation due to the high potassium) and carrots which she loves - this all helps to keep her weight down. She lost steadily whilst on the diet (no treats during that time) but now maintains a healthy 29kg which is idea for her poorly hips (she has bad hip dysplasia diagnosed at 11 months). All in all I would recommend Royal Canin food - without going into detail her 'poo' is also more formed and she very rarely has an upset stomach - try it, you'll love it - she certainly does :-)
21/01/11|Julia Hitchcock
: 5/5
Perfect for 'good do-ers'
We have an Anatolian Shepherd (a short coated, streamlined St Bernard with a tail like an Akita). He was a rescue dog and very thin when we got him. He is a little on the small side for a male of his breed, which may account for him being on the streets in Wales. My daughter did lots of research into various brands of dog food and decided on Royal Canin. Foley gained weight steadily on the maxi 26 but once he got to the weight recommended by the vet (45kg) we found it difficult to maintain it AND give him enough food to satisfy him. We changed to maxi 27 and he is maintaining his weight well on around 310g a day, plus a couple of treats and a dentastick! We have had him 2 years now and he is happy on Royal Canin maxi 27. He is in very good health, has plenty of energy without being mad, does not suffer from wind and his poo is firm (without causing him discomfort) and not particularly smelly. I would recommend Royal Canin to any dog owner, despite it being a little dearer. It is well worth the money!