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Royal Canin Golden Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food

Royal Canin Golden Retriever Puppy Dry Dog Food

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    What a relief

    By Brook on Sep 6, 2021

    We’ve had our golden boy Beau on the science puppy food because we liked the ingredient list, but it never seemed to agree with him. We tried both formulas and he always either had very loose stools or full blown diarrhea. Waking us up in the middle of the night. Finally made the decision to give this We’ve had our golden boy Beau on the science puppy food because we liked the ingredient list, but it never seemed to agree with him. We tried both formulas and he always either had very loose stools or full blown diarrhea. Waking us up in the middle of the night. Finally made the decision to give this stuff a shot and what a difference! We didn’t love the ingredient list to be honest, but his energy levels are perfect, coat is shiny and super soft and most importantly his stool is solid. If you’re having stomach issues with your pup, I would highly recommend this food. … more

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    Beware Read the Ingredients - Very Bad!

    By Bernie on Jul 5, 2020

    Read the ingredients First thing is CORN! This has no nutritional value for your growing pup and is a shame that their marketing has penetrated our trust. Please see the protein they use... it is Protein by-product meal. (Protein as in chicken, salmon and beef) If we categorized the proteins used into Read the ingredients First thing is CORN! This has no nutritional value for your growing pup and is a shame that their marketing has penetrated our trust. Please see the protein they use... it is Protein by-product meal. (Protein as in chicken, salmon and beef) If we categorized the proteins used into 4 groups ranking 1 as the highest; 1. Boneless protein, freeze dried, dehydrated 2. Protein (may include some skin and minced bones) 3. Protein Meal (manufacturers purchase the scraps from machines) 4. Protein By-Product Meal (this is the scraps of scraps and mixed with unknowns) Groups 3 & 4 are not always consistent since it’s is from the scraps. These forms of protein are also not considered “Food” but rather “Feed”. Food is FDA regulated in how it is stored, processed, and handled. Feed is not regulated as it is not for human consumption and just a product. Dogs are resilient. However Royal Canine is charging us top dollar for literally the worst ingredients on the market. This is probably how their marketing budget is afforded but in the meantime your dog is pooping large amounts of waste because it’s has little nutritional value for them. … more

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