Royal Canin Shih Tzu Adult Breed Specific Dry Dog Food, 2.5 lb. bag

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Royal Canin - Tailored nutrition for pure-breed dogs
Royal Canin - Tailored nutrition for pure-breed dogs

At Royal Canin, we partner with veterinarians, breeders and other pet experts to recognize the effect of each nutrient as we develop a formula perfect for a particular breed. We study the breed’s lifestyle, life stage needs, and their tendency to develop certain health issues. From facial and jaw structure to skin and coat type, we consider every detail so your dog can be his best self.

Royal Canin's unique kibble shaped formula for dogs

Royal Canin's unique kibble shaped formula for dogs

Two grey and black Labrador Retrievers sitting together

Two grey and black Labrador Retrievers sitting together

Royal Canin offers a combination of wet & dry dog food that provides complete and balanced nutrition

Royal Canin offers a combination of wet & dry dog food that provides complete and balanced nutrition

Kibble designed with specific shape, size and texture for each dog’s facial and jaw structures and biting patterns that affect the way they pick up kibble.

Each formula helps support that breed’s specific needs, like the Labrador Retriever’s optimal weight throughout his life.

Incorporating a combination of dry and wet food can benefit your dog.

Dry: Concentration of nutrients and texture provides brushing effect.

Wet: Moisture content can help support healthy hydration.

Exclusive kibble shape designed specifically for a Shih Tzu’s short muzzle and underbite
Supports skin health with an exclusive complex of nutrients including EPA, DHA, and vitamin A
Maintains a Shih Tzu’s soft, long coat with a combination of omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, and biotin
Helps reduce amount of stools and stool odor with highly digestible proteins, precise fiber content, and high-quality carbohydrate sources