Royal Canin in veterinary education

Royal Canin Academy™ is committed to providing veterinary professionals with a place to learn more about the latest products and innovations from the reference in pet health nutrition. Royal Canin Academy offers online learning and training modules that are brief and interactive as a way to deepen your knowledge about valuable cat and dog nutrition ROYAL CANIN VETERINARY DIETS®, and clinic practice management tools.

ROYAL CANIN is leading the way in veterinary research, and we have compiled an extensive library of resources to help you serve your clients.

Read up on the latest research, attend webinars (and receive CPD certificates) and learn from respected authorities.  You will also find our product books, packed with technical information to help you.

Largest weight loss study in dogs to date

This is the largest weight loss study in overweight dogs to date. It was conducted in the real world setting, at a large number of veterinary practices in diverse locations. The overwhelmingly positive results provide evidence that most overweight dogs lose 

a clinically significant amount of weight when fed SATIETY as part of a dietary weight loss intervention. At the same time owners observed positive behavioural changes, with increased activity levels, improved QOL and decreased begging behaviour.

How to run a successful elimination diet trail.

Our mission is to unlock the magnificence inside every cat and dog through strengthening and sharing the link between pet health and nutrition.

Restrictive (i.e. elimination)-provocation dietary trials remain the standard of care to diagnose cutaneous adverse food reactions (CAFRs) in dogs and cats. There is currently no consensus on the duration of elimination diet trials that would permit the highest sensitivity of diagnosis of CAFR in companion animals.

To diagnose cutaneous adverse food reactions (CAFRs) in dogs and cats, dietary restriction-provocation trials are performed. Knowing the most common offending food allergens for these species would help determining the order of food challenges to optimize the time to diagnosis.

To diagnose cutaneous adverse food reactions (CAFRs) in dogs and cats, dietary restriction-provocation trials are performed. Knowing the most common offending food allergens for these species would help determining the order of food challenges to optimize the time to diagnosis.

A Range of Complete Diets Specifically Designed for Tube Feeding.

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