Poodles have come a long way from the French-owner-with-breadstick-and-beret cliché. Part of its revival is due to the hypoallergenic nature of its hair – and indeed, given that they are one of the few breeds that have a single coat (rather than a double coat like most dogs), they shed very little. But it’s the proliferation of poodle crossbreeds - and their wonderfully fun mixed names - that have brought the Poodle into immense popularity. (Our personal favourites are the Cockapoo and the Aussiedoodle, to name just two.)
Top of Royal Canin’s list of concerns when developing a formula for the Poodle, is maintaining its wonderful woolly coat. Omega 3 fatty acids and borage oil help to maintain the health and softness of the coat, while specially adapted protein content encourages continuous hair growth. Lutein, zeaxanthine and vitamins E and C support the Poodle’s vision, while other antioxidants target his cognitive function, to maintain his trademark intelligence as he ages. And a custom-designed kibble with textured layers and calcium chelators help to reduce the formation of tartar.
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