Royal Canin Introduces Treats for Pets on Therapeutic Diets

May 25, 2016

Royal Canin has introduced Royal Canin Treats, a veterinary-exclusive line of treats designed to support special dietary needs.

Many pet owners don’t realize treats may compromise the benefit of certain diets prescribed by their veterinarian. Royal Canin created this line of treats to provide new, complimentary options to reward pets.

“At Royal Canin, we’ve worked with our veterinary partners for over 45 years to provide the most effective nutrition for every cat and dog,” said Dr. Catherine Lenox, a veterinary nutritionist and Royal Canin scientific affairs manager. “That’s why we created the most comprehensive line of veterinary-exclusive treats to help improve pets’ quality of life while supporting the treatment goals of their veterinarians.”

There are Royal Canin Treats for healthy dogs and cats as well as varieties designed specifically to support the nutritional management of urinary tract, digestive, weight and skin health.

“Forty-one percent of pet owners say they use treats to develop a bond with their cat or dog, however very few of these treats are formulated to support certain dietary needs,” Dr. Lenox said. “Through our continued innovation, Royal Canin is proud to provide the most comprehensive line of treats that supports therapeutic formula feeding regimens.”

Additional information on Royal Canin Treats is available online at www.royalcanin.com/treats.

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