Royal Canin Pet Food

Royal Canin began in 1967 in France and expanded into Canada in 1999. They now have several manufacturing facilities throughout North and South America.

For their pet food formulas, Royal Canin applies a scientifically-proven approach to meet the nutritional needs of cats and dogs. Along with a variety of veterinary-exclusive formulas, they have produced formulas supplied by pet retailers to prevent and solve issues related to specific breeds, life stages, and health concerns and symptoms.

Scientifically Tailored Nutrition
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About Royal Canin

Royal Canin Canada

Although Royal Canin was founded in France in the 1960s, they have been proudly established in Canada since 1999. Their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility was built in 2008 near Guelph Ontario, and a fully operational laboratory was built three years later, to support the research and development of all of their products. First developed by Dr. Jean Cathery, a veterinary surgeon, Royal Canin was, and still is, firmly grounded in science.

The Science of Tailored Nutrition

By investing in scientific research with a team of in-house experts, Royal Canin provides tailored nutritional solutions to meet the specific requirements of unique and individual pets. With a strong foundation of knowledge and respect for our pets nutritional requirements, their dedication to research is the groundwork for all of their formulas.

Food For All Types

Royal Canin formulas cater to a wide variety of unique dietary needs for all breeds, life stage, and size.
Solution Foods From weight to sensitivities to urinary care, Royal Canin formulas have a solution that will support pets and help them thrive.
Life Stages They understand the unique age-related requirements of pets, supporting each stage of life from weaning puppies and kittens through their advanced senior years.

Research and Innovation

Royal Canin is continually evolving as our knowledge of pet nutrition continues to advance. They work with academic and veterinary organizations to help them continue to develop innovative and appropriate nutrition for all dogs and cats.