Royal Canin Club Sp Adult Trad Dog Food, 15 kg @ Amazon £13.60 Prime £18.09 Non Prime
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Royal Canin Club Sp Adult Trad Dog Food, 15 kg @ Amazon £13.60 Prime £18.09 Non Prime

£13.60£48.8372%Amazon Deals
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Found 18th Jan
this is temporarily out of stock but can still be ordered.it may never get shipped but there is no risk.this is a brilliant price for royal canin.Pet food ROYAL CANIN CLUB SP Adult Trad 15KG dedicated for Dogs. Dry food for Dogs Dimensions: 75 x 12 x 12, weight: 15 kg
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This looks really low quality stuff. First ingredient is cereal and the second is meat and animal derivatives. Its exactly the same as wagg and that's the worst stuff on the market.

Check here if you want to find some good alternatives: allaboutdogfood.co.uk
Heat added for price - shame I have a cat!
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Heat added for price - shame I have a cat!
raheelius115 s ago

Heat added for price - shame I have a cat!


Sent to my favourite doggle
This looks really low quality stuff. First ingredient is cereal and the second is meat and animal derivatives. Its exactly the same as wagg and that's the worst stuff on the market.

Check here if you want to find some good alternatives: allaboutdogfood.co.uk
Great price if this is what you feed! Zooplus have a photo of the food. Looks like a mix of kibble and dried/flaked vegetables.
zooplus.co.uk/cus…852
Edited by: "GlasgowGrey" 18th Jan
I used to feed Royal Canin because of the brand but it’s really not that good. Not something I’d use even if it was free 🤮
I’ve voted hot because of the price as I’m sure it’s the best price going
Does 'traditional' mean the stuff that turns dog poop white in the sun' that we used to see years ago....
BIGUSHEADUS2 h, 20 m ago

This looks really low quality stuff. First ingredient is cereal and the …This looks really low quality stuff. First ingredient is cereal and the second is meat and animal derivatives. Its exactly the same as wagg and that's the worst stuff on the market.Check here if you want to find some good alternatives: https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk


Agree not good food at all

Ingredients:
Grains, meat & meat by-products, oils and fats, plant protein extracts, vegetable by-products, yeast, minerals, vegetables.Additives:
Nutritional dietary additives:
Vitamin A (5400 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (500 IU/kg), E1 [iron] (19 mg/kg), E2 [iodine] (1.5 mg/kg), E4 [copper] (6 mg), E5 [manganese] (25 mg/kg), E6 [zinc] (84 mg/kg), preservatives, antioxidants.


Analytical constituents

protein24.0 %fat14.0 %fibre2.7 %ash5.7 %calcium1.07 %phosphorus0.79 %magnesium0.1 %iron150.0 mg/kgmoisture8.0 %iodine1.5 mg/kgcopper15.0 mg/kgmanganese46.0 mg/kgsodium0.4 %zinc124.0 mg/kgvitamin A6000.0 IE/kgvitamin B1 (thiamine)2.0 mg/kgvitamin D3500.0 IE/kgvitamin E (tocopherol)100.0 mg/kgcalories that can be burned3626.0 kcal/kg
SomebodE2 h, 51 m ago

I used to feed Royal Canin because of the brand but it’s really not that g …I used to feed Royal Canin because of the brand but it’s really not that good. Not something I’d use even if it was free 🤮


Care to recommend an alternative to royal canin? (I've always thought it was highly regarded)

Cheers
wilf12342 m ago

Care to recommend an alternative to royal canin? (I've always thought it …Care to recommend an alternative to royal canin? (I've always thought it was highly regarded)Cheers


I always recommend Acana or Orijen
Cracking price, but the "palatable recipe" statement seals the no-deal!
daedos44 s ago

Cracking price, but the "palatable recipe" statement seals the no-deal!


seem to be the general consensus
I recommend beefy chunks 6p a tin an asda also nice in pies
John_Atkin23 s ago

I recommend beefy chunks 6p a tin an asda also nice in pies


Wow, I thought Royal Canin was one of the better brands, though I'm no expert on dog food!

Edit: I did actually look at allaboutdogfood before the comments appeared, but there's no reviews for this specific variety - Club Special Performance Adult Trad.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Jan
louiselouise1 m ago

Wow, I thought Royal Canin was one of the better brands, though I'm no …Wow, I thought Royal Canin was one of the better brands, though I'm no expert on dog food!


same here louise just HUKD read reviews they are right up at the top.this is why they command such a price for there pet foods.i understand all peoples comments.however this brand is A1
louiselouise26 m ago

Wow, I thought Royal Canin was one of the better brands, though I'm no …Wow, I thought Royal Canin was one of the better brands, though I'm no expert on dog food!Edit: I did actually look at allaboutdogfood before the comments appeared, but there's no reviews for this specific variety - Club Special Performance Adult Trad.


You just need to spot the typical ingredients in lower or higher priced foods. More expensive stuff has no grain or cereal as a filler, and has typically has the actual animal the meat has come from labeled on the ingredients. Super high end your looking for stuff like orijen which has, free range meat with no added water and good vegetable and brown rice but in smaller quantities to meat.

Low end: cereal or grain listed as 1st ingredient and (unstated origin of which animal and part of animal meat comes from) meat and animal derivatives listed as 2nd.

Mid to high end: meat listed as 1st ingredient (not filler like rice or cereal first or at all if poss, as it much cheaper to manufacture that way and worse nutritionally for you pet) and vege and brown rice lower down with some vits and mins.


Or you could just screw dry food and go raw as you know exactly what's going into you pets. Best thing for em.

Hope that helps
BIGUSHEADUS40 s ago

You just need to spot the typical ingredients in lower or higher priced …You just need to spot the typical ingredients in lower or higher priced foods. More expensive stuff has no grain or cereal as a filler, and has typically has the actual animal the meat has come from labeled on the ingredients. Super high end your looking for stuff like orijen which has, free range meat with no added water and good vegetable and brown rice but in smaller quantities to meat. Low end: cereal or grain listed as 1st ingredient and (unstated origin of which animal and part of animal meat comes from) meat and animal derivatives listed as 2nd.Mid to high end: meat listed as 1st ingredient (not filler like rice or cereal first or at all if poss, as it much cheaper to manufacture that way and worse nutritionally for you pet) and vege and brown rice lower down with some vits and mins.Or you could just screw dry food and go raw as you know exactly what's going into you pets. Best thing for em.Hope that helps


Been cancelled:-(
chmaiden3 m ago

Been cancelled:-(


Cancelled too, seemed to miss the email, but it was from Tuesday. Bah!
louiselouise6 h, 17 m ago

Cancelled too, seemed to miss the email, but it was from Tuesday. Bah!


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This food and brand is absolute crap, it is certainly not an A1 brand and does not command a RRP £44.83 for the trash that is listed as its ingredients. The OP is doing themselves a disservice by recommending that this is a good brand regardless of HUKD reviews. If you were remotely interested in your pets health you would read up about what is good for them and what you should feed them. I have taken in rescue dogs and some of the best dog food for a decent price is Purizon. My latest boy was received when he was 22kg, after 2 years he is upto 47kg using Purizon food and his coat, eyes, nails and fur is in a fantastic condition.

Link below for anyone who is interested:

zooplus.co.uk/sho…BwE
Edited by: "Rapata" 18th Feb
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