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Breeder Education
Sharing knowledge on healthy, happy dogs.

Anybody who has an interest in breeding dogs, from experienced breeders to first time breeders there is something of interest for all.

Royal Canin and The Kennel Club are welcoming dog breeders to a stimulating series of educational seminars on health issues, breeding practices and scientific developments which will help breeders and their puppy rearing programmes.

A number of highly regarded professionals in the world of canine health will be speaking at some of the seminars which include Dr Cathryn Mellersh, from the Animal Health Trust who will be advising on how to spot a good DNA test, Dr Angelika von Heimendahl, from the Veterinary Reproduction Service who will be offering guidance on how to avoid a Caesarean section and Dr Lorna Kennedy, Senior Scientist at the University of Manchester who will be presenting a talk on autoimmune conditions. 

The cost for each day will be £25 per person, which includes: morning refreshments, a buffet lunch, afternoon refreshments and a delegate pack.


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Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Jilly (otherwise known as Crufts Best in Show winner 2013, CH Soletrader Peek a Boo) took owner Gavin Robertson and friends on a rather long walk recently – 130 miles in fact!

Over 65 walkers and their dogs walked five miles each with Gavin and Jilly from the NEC in Birmingham along the Grand Union Canal to Great Ormond Street, dropping in at various locations along the way between Monday June 10 and Friday June 14.

Jilly is fed on Royal Canin, so we wanted to not only support her and Gavin but also the charities which will benefit.

Congratulations to all those who participated in Jilly’s Jolly Jaunt who raised ????? for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, DogLost and the Kennel Club Charitable Trust. 


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Royal Canin's Youtube channel

Help and advice at the click of a button! Royal Canin's Youtube channel has a variety of videos for you to watch with hints and tips from our veterinary team about looking after your dog, choosing the best diet to suit their needs as well as information about specific breeds.

Find out the best ways to brush a dogs teeth, learn about our training aid product EDUC, and many more hints and tips.

Medium does not mean average

One size does not fit all and every dog is unique, our medium breeds are no exception.

This short training seminar explains some key characteristics of our active, inquisitive and loveable medium breeds and how we have tailored our Size Health Nutrition Medium Range to give them the best possible support.


Reserve your space now!  Wednesday 28th August at 7:30pm.

God a question?  You can email our specialist training team on rctraining@crownpetfoods.co.uk once the training is completed.

Why is breed so important?

If you are the proud owner of a pedigree dog, you are not alone. Around 75% of the UK’s pet dog population are of a particular breed. There are over 200 dog breeds to choose from, each with its own distinctive character and appearance.

When it comes to feeding your dog, tailored health nutrition is the future. Every pet requires a balanced diet providing all the essential energy and nutrients they need at just the right levels. However, just as with our own diet, food can mean so much more.

By accounting for particular attributes and sensitivities we can go beyond simply providing for basic requirements and actually feed to help support optimum health and condition.

Looking at each breeds sensitivities allows for the right combinations of nutrients to be selected to support your cats mobility, digestions, skin and coat, energy levels or heart health for example.

Royal Canin takes all of these considerations together to produce diets tailored for 23 pure breed dogs and 14 pure breed puppies.

View our full canine breed product range.


What shows will we be at?

Royal Canin will be present at various dog shows throughout the coming year. To find out which shows we will be attending please visit our website.