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ROYAL CANIN® German Shepherd Adult is specially formulated with all the nutritional needs
your adult dog in mind. ROYAL CANIN® German Shepherd Adult contributes to supporting optimal digestive health
This is thanks to the inclusion of highly digestible L.I.P. proteins and a selection of specific fibres that limit intestinal fermentation and simultaneously help to maintain a good balance of intestinal flora
ROYAL CANIN® German Shepherd Adult helps to support the skin’s barrier role with a specific complex. It also contains the omega-3 fatty acids EPA & DHA. These nutrients help to nourish and support your dog’s healthy skin and coat. The German Shepherd is known for its lively
temperament and high level of activity participation. This means a diet containing nutrients that support joint health can help maintain this breed’s high activity levels. This is the reason that ROYAL CANIN® German Shepherd Adult is enriched with specific
nutrients to help support healthy bones and joints. What’s more, this formula also contributes to the maintenance of a healthy weight.
- Digestive performance
- Healthy skin & coat
- Bone & joint health
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- Convenient, easy to feed & widely available.
- Easy to store, travel with or leave with a pet sitter to feed when you’re away.
- Many brands to choose from based on nutrition and your budget.
- Formulas available for different life stages, breed, and health requirements.
- Can be used as training bait, easy to carry in a pocket or pouch.
- Great to take on-the-go, perfect for dogs and their owners with an active lifestyle.
- Simplified feeding, most kibble dog food labels provide feeding guidelines based on a dog’s weight.
- Cleanliness made simple as a mess made by a sloppy eater can be swept up or vacuumed.
Good dog nutrition is our ultimate goal, knowing with good nutrition, good health should follow.
While kibble dog food seems to have been around forever, it really didn’t take off here in the US until the early 1970’s.
Prior to the era of kibble most pet dogs thrived on table scraps, offal cuts of meat, canned pet foods.
Hodge podge of home prepared meals.
And of course, whatever they could scavenge while roaming about.