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
Does 'traditional' mean the stuff that turns dog poop white in the sun' that we used to see years ago....
I’ve voted hot because of the price as I’m sure it’s the best price going
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 🤮
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. https://www.zooplus.co.uk/customerpicturedisplay/shop/dogs/dry_dog_food/royal_canin_club_selection/royal_canin_special_club/135852