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Royal Canin German Shepherd (Adult)

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  • Reviewed

    The best for my big boy , but really watch the suggested portions , My guy is 40KG ( active) and all he needs is 4 Cups a day , split morning and night feeds , This is a very good dry food and they need nothing else . If you want to transfer to this food wean them off the other brand over a two week period

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    Best of the Royal Canin range - you can see the incredible shine on her coat if you jump on RC website and see #IncredibleRescueDog... that's my girl! Royal Canin all her rescued life - worth every cent!!

  • Reviewed

    I love the royal canin, have used it since we had a shepherd . She has a beautiful coat. She loves that the pallets are big . Value for money is excellent. Before I knew about this site, anywhere I went it was $130 to purchase! I'm saving $40 buy buying it online and having it delivered to my door!!! Love it!!! And best thing was I ordered it in the afternoon and shipment was so quick, it was delivered the very next day!!! Highly recommend!!

  • Reviewed

    My dog has always had a sensitive stomach. I used to prepare his food but when his weight dropped alarmingly (to under 34kg for a 69cm dog) and runny poo became a regular occurrence, the vet suggested a prescription diet. After a few months his weight improved but he was still runny from time to time. We decided to try Royal Canin GSD food and there was immediate and lasting improvement on all fronts. He’s 9 years old, a lean and muscular 39kg, and he's fit and full of energy. We started him on the low end of the recommended feeding guide but he put on weight too fast, so I agree with other people who have commented on this, but it’s very easy to adjust for your dog - just measure his food and weigh him every few weeks. As for the ingredients - whatever is in there works for our dog; not only has he gained weight for seems healthy and looks great.

  • Reviewed

    Ethos product is expensive but is worth it. Our shepherd has been on it for years, loves it and it's gentle on his tummy. He has it with raw meat and is in great condition.

  • Reviewed

    My shepherd is a fussy eater & I moved him to this breed specific dry food & he just loves it!

  • Reviewed

    I am now awaiting my third delivery and I couldn't be happier. Not only is it getting delivered straight to my home but its cheaper than going down the shop to buy it. My German Shepherd is very happy.

  • Reviewed

    I usually purchase the Royal Canin dog food, either the German Shepherd or the Hyposensitivity, I have noticed a significant price increase on the Hyposensitivity food which was disappointing.

  • Reviewed

    I used to get this for my GSD all the time, however after looking into the ingredients I have found out that this product it is full of fillers like rice and corn (maize). With the main ingredient being rice, and this food still having a high price tag I wasn't very happy about it. I understand a lot of the dried dog foods do have rice or corn in them however you wouldn't expect them to be the main ingredient in the food. I also found that the feeding guideline for this product are extreme and the dog should only be fed about 2/3 of what is recommended. My German Shepherd is quite active and would be busy playing during the day, go out for a 4km run/walk daily and we would throw the ball around for about 15-20 minutes. The recommendation from their guidelines for his size is 379g low activity, 499g moderate activity & 579g high activity, however I would only be feeding him roughly around 340g (4 cups) a day and I would class him as moderate activity and he definitely isn't hungry or requiring more food. I don't understand why they would advertise to feed your dog more food then is necessary especially since German Shepherds are prone to hip and elbow dysplasia and for them to be carrying more weight then necessary can cause lots of problems. My dog also did go through a stage where he just would not eat his food at all. He is very happy to now be on the BARF raw food diet.