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Royal Canin Calm

Emotional wellbeing is equally as important as physical health in our pets. Did you know up to 80% of cats and dogs experience a behavioural condition in their lifetime due to stress or anxiety.

Royal Canin have released a new product to support these episodes.  CALM dry food is a complete diet for dogs and cats formulated for the support in stressful situations which will lead to the reduction of associated behaviours.  Initially feed for up to 2 months, then seek Veterinary advice before using for an extended period. CALM diet food is formulated to help support emotional regulation, digestion, urinary and skin health, which may be compromised in stressed pets.

New environments can be stressful and cause anxiety for cats, potentially resulting in a less than friendly attitude. 

 Feline Calm is a complete cat food specifically formulated for the nutritional support of cats with stress-related, skin and urinary disorders.  The calming support is through a hydrolysed milk protein and L-tryptophan for cats prone to behavioural changes in unusual environments and situations.  It also contains psyllium with a blend of fibres to help control hairball formation by eliminating ingested hair through their stools. In the formulation there is also a protective barrier for optimal skin health.  This diet also has an exclusive S/O index promoting an unfavourable environment for both struvite and calcium oxalate crystals.

Canine Calm is very similar in the emotional balance through the hydrolysed milk protein and L-tryptophan, prebiotics to support healthy digestion and gastrointestinal transit.  It supports the skins natural protective barrier for optimal skin health along with the urinary S/O index.

In today’s changing world, stress and anxiety can be caused by a variety of situations.  Medication can play a supportive role also using a prescription food on a regular basis may now be a first option support.

These foods have just been released and are available at our Greensborough & Rosanna Veterinary Clinics now.