Royal Canin Satiety Small Breed Dog Food

  • R280.54
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Please note: This item requires a script.

Take these 3 easy steps to purchase this product:

  1. Obtain a prescription from your vet.
  2. Submit this prescription to ePETstore by fax 086 579 7388 or email You can also take a picture of the script with your phone and send an MMS to 060 639 1143.
  3. ePETstore will email you a password that unlock the prescription and the product will be available to order. You will only need to use this password once per product.

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Recommended for adult dogs (small breed) suffering from:

  • Obesity (that struggle to lose weight)
  • Hyperlipidaemia (if associated with obesity)
  • Diabetes Mellitus (if associated with obesity)

Does your small breed dog feel like throwing in the towel when it comes to losing weight? Ask your vet about Royal Canin Satiety support to boost his spirits, and help him shake off his rolls.

These productive kibbles are designed to combat overeating. Formulated with special fibres, increased protein content, and a special blend of vitamins and minerals, your dog will eat less, while maintaining his muscle mass during his weight loss adventure. You can rest assured he’ll look spectacular in no time.

  • For adult small breed dogs weighing < 10kg
  • Supports appetite satisfaction
  • Increased protein (112g/1000kcal ME) content preserves muscle mass
  • Added minerals and vitamins ensure good nutrition with a lower calorie intake
  • Recommended for adult small breed dogs who suffer from obesity and need to lose weight
  • A special combination of fibres promote a feeling of fullness so that your dog consumes less food


Puppies | Gestation | Lactation
Conditions where high fibre content is not recommended (e.g. chronic constipation, severe arthritis making defecation difficult) in these cases, ask for Obesity Management (dry/wet)


When feeding your dog a veterinary diet, it’s best to take them for a checkup every 6 months


Dehydrated poultry protein, vegetable fibres, wheat gluten, tapioca, maize gluten, hydrolysed animla proteins, chicory pulp, maize, wheat, animal fats, psyllium husks and seeds, minerals, fish oil, fatty acid salt, Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides (FOS), hydrolysed crustaceans, (source of glucosamine), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin)

Additives (kg)

Vitamin A 18800IU, Vitamin D3 1000IU, E1 (Iron) 35 mg, E2 (Iodine) 3.5 mg, E4 (Copper) 7 mg, E5 (Manganese) 45 mg, E6 (Zinc) 136 mg, E8 (Selenium) 0.06 mg. Preservatives – Antioxidants

Analytical Constituents

Per 100g as fed

Protein 30 g
Fat content 9.5 g
Carbohydrate 16.5 g
NFE 28.8 g
Dietary Fibre 27.8 g
Crude Fibre 15.5 g
Omega 6 1.92 g
Omega 3 0.54 g
EPA + DHA 0.26 g
Calcium 0.9 g
Phosphorus 0.7 g
Sodium 0.7 g
L-carnitine  30 mg
Chondoitin+glucosomine 100 mg
Metabolisable energy (C) 266.8kcal



Recommended Daily Feeding & Duration


2 kg 44 g 38 g 42 g
3 kg 60 g 51 g 56 g
4 kg 74 g 64 g 70 g
5 kg 88 g 75 g 83 g
6 kg 101 g 86 g 95 g
7 kg 113 g 97 g 106 g
8 kg 125 g 107 g 118 g
9 kg 136 g 117 g 129 g
10 kg 148 g 126 g 139 g

*If your dog hasn't lost weight

The recommended daily feeding amount is based on your dog's target weight. The optimal weight loss rate is 1 to 3% body weight per week. The amount of food restriction necessary to induce weight loss can vary depending on the individual. This is why close monitoring is required to regularly adapt the ration and ensure continued weight loss.

Is is recommended to divide daily amount in to to 2 meals

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