Customer Reviews

Rating: 4.6 of 5 stars 331 Reviews 331 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

96% Recommend

96% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 4.6 of 5 stars 4.6 / 5

You've Already Reviewed This Item

Royal Canin Golden Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food

Royal Canin Golden Retriever Adult Dry Dog Food

  • Most Helpful Positive Review

    Read All 291 Positive Reviews

    Its a favorite here

    By Lindsay on Jan 3, 2022

    My golden Retriever turned one, and he switched from puppy royal canine to adult with no diarea and loves his food. Everyone notices his healthy beautiful flowing coat. He has grown healthy too and his grand father was a champion! It is twice the price but so worth every penny! My brothers black lab My golden Retriever turned one, and he switched from puppy royal canine to adult with no diarea and loves his food. Everyone notices his healthy beautiful flowing coat. He has grown healthy too and his grand father was a champion! It is twice the price but so worth every penny! My brothers black lab is 10 years staying over. She just loves the food as a treat eating several daily with no stomach or digestive issues more than her food so I will probably get her some in black lab. Mostly, my rescued chIn/pomeranian/ chihuahua/ mix loves the food as cookies the most! He is only 24 pds. A family of beautiful shiny coats spinning and dancing for breakfast of Royal canine. Please keep making this definitely royal premium food my dogs love. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • Most Helpful Critical Review

    Read All 40 Critical Reviews

    it’s okayyy

    By boople on Jan 21, 2022

    I think this food is fine, but definitely overpriced. I get they put things in it for specific dog breeds but the only thing I can tell are basic vitamins all dogs need and then a specific shape for the specific dogs teeth… did R&D on that really necessitate a markup of $20/$30 above it’s comparable I think this food is fine, but definitely overpriced. I get they put things in it for specific dog breeds but the only thing I can tell are basic vitamins all dogs need and then a specific shape for the specific dogs teeth… did R&D on that really necessitate a markup of $20/$30 above it’s comparable competitors When the ingredients are still (sub)standard? Bottom line, I think you can get a better food for your dog at this price point. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report