Royal Canin Breed Health Nutrition Bulldog Adult Dog Food | Petco
Royal Canin's Bulldog Puppy Dry Dog Food is designed exclusively for pure breed English Bulldog puppies from 8 weeks to 12 months.
I have an english bulldog as well and its a real challenge with these guys! I unfortunatly have not been able to use the good dog foods...I have to keep my girl on a prescription diet for her kidneys! BUT...before she was on the Royal Canin Bulldog formula! I know they probably have stuff in there tha tis not recommended but to be totally honest with you thats when my girl had the best skin etc....when she was on RC her skin problems went away and she had normal bathroom times etc.... I dont believe it is a puppy formula but it might be worth looking into?
My 1.5 old english bulldog won't eat his food anymore. It started this week, he just won't touch it. He has been eating Royal Canin for around 6 months, if anyone has any suggestions please let me know. If you have had the same problem any help would be appreciated. If you believe he needs to see a vet right away let me know thank you.
Royal Canin Breed Health Nutrition Bulldog Adult Dog Food, 30 lbs
Royal Canin Breed Health Nutrition Bulldog Puppy Food | Petco
I have a 3 year old English Bulldog. I take him to the vet about every week for his allergy shot. The vet says he has food allergies but no matter what food we try it does not seem to work. He is currently on Royal Canine. Do you have any suggestions for me, on what to feed him. He also has cysts appearing all over his body, shedding real bad and hair loss. Is this normalMy top pick for the best dog food for English Bulldogs that are younger than 12 months old is . Royal Canin has put some thoughtful features into their English Bulldog-specific puppy food.Hosted by Royal Canin, the event will feature Veterinary reps to answer questions about Bulldog nutrition, party favors for the dogs, free food and beverage and a local pet sketch artist who will create a personalized sketch of your Bulldog. Share your sketch on social media and Royal Canin will make a $10 donation to English Bulldog Rescue.Can anyone help me decide what is the best food for my English Bulldog – we live in a hot and humid climate and although she did really well on the Royal Canin English Bulldog food, this is not available in my new country of residence – for ease I changed to the French Bulldog, but this has more fat content and she picked up weight, after trying various options including K9, Orijen and Acana – non of which she either liked or just gave her an upset tummy, we ended up with the Royal Canin Obesity from the vet and she has lost weight, and we are now managing her weight with difficulty. I did not want to keep her on a medicated diet and the vet suggested due to bone issues that I should mix it with the Royal Canin Mobility diet – unfortunately during this time on both of the vet products she was itching, red and starting licking her paws that it drove us all crazy. I understand that it could be allergies from outside factors, but she really has never been quite as bad – I therefore decided to change her again (always changing her diet over time…) and decided on the Zignature brand of dog food which is supposed to be allergy free. Although she loves this food – and has stopped licking as badly her face and paws are still quite red but she is definitely picking up weight again as the fat content is higher again, but my biggest concern is the amount of water she is now drinking on this food, and the amount of poops she is having (she used to eat and almost go immediately – now it is 3 to 4 times a day and sometimes at night which she never did before) and she has a serious gas problem which she also never suffered before and it is causing her some distress… I have just bathed her and noticed some little red spots appearing on her tummy – she is full of “beans” and happy and as active as she can be in this heat and humidity but she seems uncomfortable and does not seem to be able to relax as much as she did before… I really am not sure that this new food is doing her any good and now trying to research alternative options but I just don’t know where to turn? Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated. I cannot do raw as with the cost of meat here is ridiculous and with the heat and humidity – I just dont trust it and also she was not that keen on the K9 anyway! We can’t get everything here but the latest one on my agenda is the Pronature? Thoughts?