Royal Canin Mini Indoor Puppy 27 Dry Dog Food
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Erica
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Rating: 5

Puppy loves it!!

posted 5 years ago

My puppy came to me malnurished because he wouldn't eat. The breeder was feeding him sugar water when he was very small and then canned cat food until he graduated to eating puppy food she mixed them together. She said she tried everything and he wouldn't eat anything. When I first got him she sent some very large food home with him and no wonder he wouldn't eat he could barely get it in his mouth. And he would only eat it if there was canned cat food on it. I stopped that as soon as possible and put him on Royal Canin Indoor puppy. He absolutely loves it and eats it all up. He is gaining weight and is now a very healthy puppy. Is coat is starting to get shiny and healthier and coming in a lot better. He never had ANY kind of stomache upset at all with changing the food or even to this day. It has everything he needs for such a small dog (he only weighs 1.7 lbs) and is so easy for him to eat. I would definatly recommend it to toy owners everywhere!!

Pros: small and easy to chew for tiny dogs, DHA for puppies brain

Cons: a little costly

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Kim M.
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Rating: 3

There Are Better Choices Out There

posted 5 years ago

As a whole, Royal Canin is a decent food and there are many foods that are worse, but with all the research that Royal Canin puts into their food, I would have thought they would've put a better formula together than this. Just as there are many worse foods, there are many better formulated foods too. Ones that are not so heavy in grains such as corn, ones that are even more palatible and ones that have a higher, healthier meat base.

Pros: bites formulated for the small dogs mouth, palatible

Cons: heavy in grains, mediocre food choice

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