Some pet foods bear the claim that the diet has a nutrient profile that fits all life stages. In order to meet this requirement, the diet must meet AAFCO requirements for growth. In other words, an ‘all life stage diet’ is equivalent to a puppy or kitten diet. The problem with the ‘all life stage’ approach is that growth formulas…Continue
Added by Heather Lawson on June 29, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments
Final of the series on Canine Reproduction from Dr Emmanuel Fontaine;
The physiology of reproduction in canine species is unique, with features of ovulation and oocyte maturation that will not be found in anywhere else in the animal reign. Most people believe fertility is not an issue, which is certainly true compared to human beings. Dogs do show good fertility rates, but to optimize fertility, there are some physiological details that should not be…Continue
Added by Heather Lawson on May 28, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
Part two in Dr Emmanuel Fontaine's series on Canine Reproduction;
The physiology of reproduction in canine species is unique, with features of ovulation and oocyte maturation that will not be found in anywhere else in the animal reign. Most people believe fertility is not an issue, which is certainly true compared to human beings. Dogs do show good fertility rates, but to optimize fertility, there are some physiological details that should not be neglected…
Added by Heather Lawson on May 21, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
One of our newer members of the Royal Canin PRO team is Dr Emmanuel Fontaine.
Dr Emmanuel Fontaine graduated from the Toulouse Veterinary School in 2004. From 2005 to 2011, he worked at the Centre d’Etude en Reproduction des Carnivores (CERCA) [Research Centre for Reproduction in Carnivores], a unit of the Alfort Veterinary School (Paris) specializing in pet breeding assistance. He has a Master Degree in Biology of Reproduction and Development. Emmanuel Fontaine is…Continue
We are still working within our Sub domain at shutterfly :O((
I hope to have the New site at Breederoo up within the Month of May!!
In the mean time www.raggtown.shutterfly is where we can be found.
Added by Sandy Wuerch on May 3, 2012 at 6:33pm — No Comments
We will be having a number of the excellent veterinarians here at Royal Canin contributing to our blog and sharing their knowledge. If you have a specific area you would like to learn more about, let us know!
Pet Food Facts
A diet can only be as good as the ingredients that go into it; however, the ingredient list gives zero indication of the quality of ingredients.
1) Ingredients are listed in order of descending…Continue
Added by Heather Lawson on February 23, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
I've been working feverishly trying to finish up the new LIONS ROYALE RAGDOLLS website.
It's going to be very interactive and I hope that visitors find it interesting and informative.
The address will remain the same: www.lionsroyale.com but it will be with a different host, fresher and more up to date.
I'll announce when it's launched!!
Added by Blossom Cheverie on February 19, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
Did you know that dogs have 1,700 taste buds and cats have 500, compared to the average person with 9,000? Nutrition is such a fascinating subject. We are living in a time where we can find information on almost any topic with the click of a button. However, there is an abundance of misinformation available on the internet, and in the area of pet nutrition, the fallacies far outweigh the facts.
Added by Heather Lawson on February 10, 2012 at 7:49am — No Comments
My name is Heather Lawson, and I am delighted to welcome you to our new blog, part of the EBC website. This website is designed to support and connect our community of breeders and professionals. I have been part of Royal Canin since 2004 and am the National Sales Manager for the PRO pillar. When not working I compete with my dogs in a variety of sports and activities.
As a company, we are dedicated to providing optimal health nutrition…
Added by Heather Lawson on February 3, 2012 at 7:24am — No Comments
I can't say enough good things about this food. Puppies can be introduced to starter at 3 weeks of age with no adverse effects like runny stools.
I have been using the starter since it was first introduced and have made my comments known to the reps.
If you are using a different brand of food for your puppies I strongly reccomend you try this one!
Diane Herns Karmadi English Springer Spaniels
so has any one had experience with ultra sounds for their pregnant girls? Do you know how accurate the count is for
puppies when an ultra sound is done around day 31-32?