Wet Food -Delicious and Good for You!

Ever since I was a wee pug puppy I have eaten dry food. Now don’t get me wrong, I am not complaining because I like it (very much).

Recently, I was introduced to something other than my usual Royal Canin Satiety Support dry.

It still has the same name; Satiety Support, but it comes in a can!



Food, in a can?

I wasn’t sure about this. That was until my humom opened this can and my pug nose caught a whiff of that heavenly scent!


This is me enjoying my first taste of Royal Canin Satiety Support wet.

Now, you may be wondering why, after all this time, my humom decided to add wet food to my diet.  Was it for a treat?  Well, as far as I’m concerned it is a treat, but no, that’s not the reason.

I am almost 4 years old, and I’ve had 3 UTI’s in the past 3 years.

You see, I am not a big drinker.  Just like a horse, you can lead me to water, but you can’t make me drink.  In the summer I get “pupsicles”, frozen ice blocks with a bit of broth, maybe some chopped carrots or even banana’s added in. I also get some water added to my dry food, just to make sure I get fluids.  But it’s still not enough water to keep me “going”, if you know what I mean 😉

I still continue to eat Satiety Support dry for 2 of my 3 meals, but now with Satiety Support wet replacing one meal, I continue to get all the same great nutrition I need, it keeps me just as satisfied, helps me stay on my healthy weight journey, and importantly,  the wet adds more water content to my diet and this helps to dilute my urine and promote urinary tract health.

I will continue to update my progress on Royal Canin Satiety Wet.

For more information about the benefits of wet, read “Why Wet”


Note: I have received Royal Canin Satiety Wet in advance. It will be available through Veterinary clinics June 1st, 2014.

Author: Kelly Harding

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  1. Can dogs eat cranberries? I only ask because cranberries are great for fighting off urinary infections. We give Cocoa wet food, mixed with dry in order to disguise the aspirin he takes for pain, and now the antibiotics he is taking for the infected dog bite under his eye.

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  2. Thanks for sharing, Edie! Since my home is dogless (for now), I will let my friends who are humoms and hudads know about this products!

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