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Royal Canin - Noble Lady Adult Dog Food

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ROYAL CANIN

Craftsmanship for Dogs and Cats

Understanding them leads to loving them more


Product Details:

Product Name: Noble Adult Dog Food

Package Weight: 1.5kg/7.5kg

Applicable for: Adult noble dogs aged 10 months and above

Shelf Life: 18 months

Storage Method: Store in a cool and dry place, sealed


Product Ingredients:

Corn, isolated soy protein, animal fat, dehydrated poultry meat, barley, corn gluten meal, corn flour, hydrolyzed animal protein, plant fiber, beet pulp, soybean oil, minerals, fish oil, yeast, fructooligosaccharides, chicory oil (0.1%), hydrolyzed chitosan (glucosamine source), green tea and grape extract (polyphenol source), marigold extract (lutein source), hydrolyzed cartilage

Added Nutrients

Name

Amount per kg

Vitamin A

24800 IU

Vitamin D3

800 IU

E1 (Iron)

40 mg

E2 (Iodine)

2.8 mg

E4 (Copper)

8 mg

E5 (Manganese)

53 mg

E6 (Zinc)

201 mg

E8 (Selenium)

0.1 mg

L-carnitine

100 mg


Added Antioxidants

Name

Amount

Sodium tripolyphosphate

3.5 g


Nutritional Analysis

Name

Amount

Protein

30%

Fat

20%

Ash

4.9%

Crude Fiber

3.6%

EPA/DHA

3 g/kg


Feeding Guidelines:

Weight (kg)

No exercise

Low exercise time (<1 hour)

High exercise time (>1 hour)

2

50g

55g

60g

3

65g

70g

80g

4

80g

90g

95g

5

95g

105g

115g

6

105g

120g

130g

7

120g

130g

145g

8

130g

145g

160g

9

145g

160g

175g

10

155g

170g

190g

11

165g

185g

200g

12

175g

195g

215g

*Daily feeding amount is for reference only


Royal Canin is a pet food company that manufactures and supplies dog and cat food worldwide. The company also conducts formula research and tests the nutritional needs of specific breeds of dogs and cats. The founder of Royal Canin, a French veterinarian, established the company after successfully using a grain-based formula food developed in his garage to heal several pets with skin or fur conditions. After importing a food extruder from the United States, the company became the first dry pet food manufacturer in France. With a focus on breeders, Royal Canin's production volume steadily increased and expanded to the entire European market. In 1972, it was sold to the Guyomarc'h Group, leading to further expansion, especially in research and development. In 1990, Royal Canin was acquired by BNP Paribas, a French bank. The company was listed on the French stock exchange but delisted after being acquired by Mars, Incorporated.