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Let's Talk About Pet Obesity

Start a new weight conversation with pet owners and recommend ROYAL CANIN® SATIETY™ SUPPORT. Each diet is formulated with a special blend of fibers, high protein and targeted nutrients to help overweight adult pets lose weight and to help reduce their begging behaviors.

Weight loss for cats and dogs | Royal Canin

Innovative Cross Kibble Shape

The ROYAL CANIN® SATIETY™ SUPPORT Canine formula contains a specially designed cross kibble shape.

  • 60% more dogs never begged**
  • Promotes prolonged chewing for slower food intake
  • Improves palatability for medium and large breed dogs7**

Why Royal Canin® Satiety™ Support?

of cats and dogs are overweight 3,4,5

success rate for weight loss  1,2

reduced begging in  cats and dogs6

Our Weight Management Range Now Includes GLYCOBALANCE™ Diets

ROYAL CANIN® GLYCOBALANCE™ diets are specifically formulated to help minimize postprandial blood glucose fluctuations in cats and dogs. This highly palatable veterinary-exclusive diet features high protein content that helps maintain muscle mass. It also contains prebiotics, soluble and insoluble fibers and reduced starch content.

Royal Canin®Satiety Support Weight Management Dry Cat Food
Royal Canin®Satiety Support Weight Management Dry Dog Food
Royal Canin®Feline Glycobalance Dry Cat Food

Stay in The Know

We partner with the global veterinary community with a strong commitment to deliver the right nutritional solutions to cats and dogs. Become a Royal Canin customer today to gain access to e-learning modules, RACE accredited continuing education courses, and more.

**Compared to ROYAL CANIN® SATIETY™ SUPPORT with round kibble
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5. McGreevy PD et al. Prevalence of obesity in dogs examined by Australian veterinary practices and the risk factors involved. Vet Rec. 2005;156(22):695-702.
6. Royal Canin® Internal Study, data on file.
7. Sagols E et al. Comparison of the effects of different kibble shape on voluntary food intake and palatability of weight loss diets in pet dogs. Res Vet Sci 2019;124:375-382.