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- Royal Canin’s Prices
- Royal Canin food Review video
- How to Contact Royal Canin?
- Is Royal Canin a Scam?
- Royal Canin Recalls
- Do we recommend Royal Canin?
Royal Canin Food Review
Royal Canin was founded by veterinarian Jean Cathary in France in 1968. His objective by founding Royal Canin was to ground pet diet and nutrition in science. This Royal Canin review will cover the products, prices, and Royal Canin scams.
Royal Canin continues to this day with the same motivation with 45 years of scientific progress to pet diets and nutrition. Royal Canin is in the United States. Its headquarters is in St. Charles, Missouri while their manufacturing is in Missouri and South Dakota.
This product ranks 2nd in our Top Veterinary Diet Dog Foods.
This product ranks 3rd in our top Dry Cat Foods of 2021
Royal Canin’s Prices
The prices for Royal Canin canned food range from $40.84 to $80.74 for a box of 24 cans. A factor in the price per can is their volume. Generally, cat food is cheaper than dog food for the same volume. Dry dog and cat food range from $52.24 to $99.99. As with the canned food, cat food is generally cheaper than dog food for the same weight or volume.
Royal Canin food Review video
How to Contact Royal Canin?
You can contact Royal Canin via a toll-free number (888) 213-4486.
Is Royal Canin a Scam?
It certainly is not a scam. They conduct business worldwide and do business with companies such as Chewy, Inc. which would not be possible if they were.
Royal Canin Recalls
Our research indicates that there have been three Royal Canin recalls in February 2006, April 2007, and May 2007. The recall in February 2006 was for 12 products that had too much vitamin D3. The recall in April 2007 was due to 8 of their products were found to contain melamine. Finally, the recall in May 2007 affected 15 of their products to contain melamine as well.
Do we recommend Royal Canin?
Yes, we recommend Royal Canin. Royal Canin focuses their processes and developments on science and does not fall victim to market fads that may exist in other brands. Our research for Royal Canin review showed their commitment to providing top-tier products to their customers.
Royal Cnin review
Royal Canin focuses their processes and developments on science and does not fall victim to market fads that may exist in other brands. Their commitment to providing top tier products to their customers and their pets shows.
Written by: Usman H. Yahya Reviewed by: Stephanie G. Gabriel