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New important information about Royal Canin Neutered Young Male and Female diets

Royal Canin offers new nutritional recommendation for neutered cats

Royal Canin has announced that it will be delisting its Feline VCN
Neutered Young Male and Neutered Young Female diets from June 2021. Royal
Canin’s new nutritional recommendation for neutered cats is Neutered
Satiety Balance.

Neutered Satiety Balance is an existing diet within Royal Canin’s
nutritional portfolio. The diet helps to support an optimal weight for neutered
cats, thanks to an adapted calorie and high fibre content. The combination of
soluble and insoluble fibres helps to limit over-eating and support a reduced
energy intake. The diet also has Royal Canin’s S/O index, which helps to
promote a urinary environment unfavourable to the development of both struvite
and calcium oxalate crystals. Neutered Satiety Balance can be fed to cats aged
six months to seven years.

Canin are offering practices a free transition box containing a 400g bag of
Neutered Satiety Balance with every purchase of Neutered Young Male or Neutered
Young Female to assist owners transitioning their cat’s diet, while stocks

To find out more about the transition visit the Vet

or speak to your Royal Canin Veterinary Business Manager.

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