This Royal Canin formula is designed exclusively for pure breed West Highland White Terriers over 10 months old. The West Highland White Terrier has a bullet shape body and its vertebrae at the base of the tail that are almost equal in size to the rest of the spine. They also have a blunt and gradually tapering muzzle. This formula is tail-made for all of their specific needs.
- Specifically designed for West Highland White Terriers over the age of 10 months and enriched with EPA & DHA to maintain healthy skin.
- Unique kibble design makes it easier for the breed to pick up and encourages them to chew.
- Specific amino acids support hair growth while fatty acids and flaxseeds promote skin and coat health.
- Designed to satisfy and appeal to a fussy appetite with exceptional aromas and flavors.
- Made in the USA!
|Weight||Medium Activity Daily Feeding (cup)||High Activity Daily Feeding (cup)|
|13.2 lbs||1 1/8||1 3/8|
|15.4 lbs||1 3/8||1 1/2|
|17.6 lbs||1 1/2||1 5/8|
|19.8 lbs||1 5/8||1 3/4|
|22 lbs||1 3/4||2|
|24.3 lbs||1 7/8||2 1/8|
This is only a guide. Optimal feeding amounts may vary according to your dog’s temperament, activity level and environment. If you have any questions regarding your pet’s health, please contact your veterinarian.
Transition InstructionsWe recommend at least a 7 day transition before you begin feeding the new food exclusively. Start by mixing 75% of the old diet with 25% of the new diet on Day 1 and Day 2. On Day 3 and Day 4, mix 50% of the old diet with 50% of the new diet. On Day 5 and Day 6, mix 25% of the old diet with 75% of the new diet. On the 7th day, you can feed the new food exclusively. This allows your pet’s digestive system to smoothly adapt to the new food.
How are Royal Canin diets preserved?
All of our dry diets are preserved naturally with mixed tocopherols, citric acid, and rosemary extract. Our canned diets are naturally preserved and sterilized during the cooking and canning process.
Where do the ingredients in Royal Canin diets come from?
We select our ingredients based on multiple factors, including the supplier’s compliance with our quality and food safety requirements, consistent availability, and on the nutrients required to meet the dietary needs of the pet.Royal Canin is making strides towards sustainability by attempting to obtain sources of raw materials as close to each manufacturing facility as possible. In some cases, we use international suppliers, because only those suppliers can offer raw materials that comply with our quality and food safety standards.
Why do some Royal Canin diets contain by-products?
Royal Canin chooses ingredients because they deliver high-quality nutrients that support our customized pet food formulas. Using chicken by-product meal instead of chicken meal for example will allow Royal Canin to maintain its highly customized nutrient standards while achieving a more secure and sustainable supply.
Why do some Royal Canin diets contain grains?
Grains can be a healthy part of any cat or dog’s diet. As always, we focus on the nutrients each ingredient provides and grains can provide many important nutrients.
How do you ensure Royal Canin diets are safe for my pet?
Our Quality and Food Safety systems are state-of-the-art and we continue to invest heavily in new technology to make sure they remain that way.* We put our suppliers through a rigorous selection process that doesn’t end with our first purchase.* We monitor every load delivered to our plants to verify the safety and quality of the ingredients we use to make pet food.* We perform tests on finished pet foods before they are shipped to our customers.* We manufacture every pet food we sell, in plants that we own; our plants are ISO 9001:2008 certified for Quality Management and ISO 22000 certified for Food Safety.
How do I know which Royal Canin diet is right for my pet?
Based on size, age, lifestyle, and breed, each cat or dog has unique nutritional needs. For healthy pets, use our Product Selector to find the right diet for your cat or dog.If your pet is experiencing health issues, please refer to your veterinarian for more information. Your veterinarian will consider multiple factors when recommending an appropriate diet.