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The Chihuahua puppy requires a food that is rich in antioxidants to support and assist their developing immune systems. This is especially critical during their first 6 months. Royal Canin’s Chihuahua Puppy provides a nutrient dense diet which is rich in antioxidants to support healthy growth and development. Vets also recommend socialising your puppy as she grows. However, as puppies, their immune systems are only fully developed at around 16 weeks, so be careful with those walks and contact with other dogs. If you feed Royal Canin’s Chihuahua puppy up until the age of 8 months, you will be able to take your furkids for walks in the park with more confidence, knowing that their immune systems are well equipped to handle any germs they may come into contact with. Switching to Royal Canin Chihuahua Adult after 8 months of age is recommended. 

Type of food:



Complete feed for dogs – Specially for Chihuahua puppies – Up to 8 months old

Key Benefits of Royal Canin – Chihuahua Puppy

Growth is an essential stage in your dog’s life: it is the time of big changes, discoveries and new encounters. During this key period, the puppy’s immune system develops gradually. Chihuahua Puppy helps support your puppy’s natural defences thanks particularly to a patented* complex of antioxidants including vitamin E. *France, patent No EP1146870.

Chihuahua Puppy satisfies the Chihuahua’s appetite thanks to the combination of three factors: an adapted kibble size and shape, an exclusive formulation and selected flavours.

This formula helps reduce faecal smell and volume.

Exclusive kibble which is adapted to the Chihuahua puppy’s small jaw.

Ingredients: Royal Canin – Chihuahua Puppy

dehydrated poultry protein, rice, animal fats, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, beet pulp, hydrolysed animal proteins, soya oil, fish oil, vegetable fibres, minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), yeasts extracts (source of betaglucans), marigold extract (source of lutein).

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