Eukanuba Adds Breed-Specific Foods

Eukanuba, Procter & Gamble’s pet-care brand, has relaunched its premium dog food line.



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Eukanuba, Procter & Gamble’s pet-care brand, has relaunched its premium dog food line. The company also launched a line of breed-specific formulas.

The breed-specific formulas include Eukanuba Labrador Retriever Formula, which is designed for healthy joints, weight and overall health. The formula contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate and L-carnitine.

The company said the food is also good for the flat-coated, curly coated and Chesapeake Bay retrievers.

The Yorkshire Terrier Formula contains copper and zinc for skin and coat care. It is also meant for long-coated toy dogs such as the shih tzu, Maltese, toy poodle, Pekingese, Havanese and lhaso apso.

The German Shepherd Formula contains FOS (fructooligosaccharides) to help support the breed’s digestive system, a blend of fiber, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate. The company said the food is also ideal for the Belgian Malinois, Belgian sheepdog and Belgian Tervuren.

The Boxer Formula contains beta carotene for the immune system. It also contains L-carnitine and antioxidants such as vitamin E. The company said the formula is also good for the Rottweiler and Doberman.

The Eukanuba Dachsund Formula is designed to help support a Dachshund’s healthy back and contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate. The food is also ideal for the Corgi, Dandie Dinmont terrier, Australian terrier, Skye terrier and petit basset griffon vendeen.

Eukanuba’s custom care formulas include Weight Loss, Sensitive Skin, Sensitive Stomach and Healthy Joints formulas.

Also included in the brand’s customized nutrition lineup are Small Breed, Medium Breed, Large Breed, Natural Lamb and Rice and Eukanuba Premium Performance formulas.

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