It’s empty in here!
This food is really only suitable for less active or older dogs, to match the feeding amount on the pack (and the amount of poo produced). When I give an active dog a 'diet food' I shouldn't need to question the portion size on the pack. This food agrees with my dogs and they have shiny coats. Even our pickiest girl eats well.
My Australian Shepherds get on with this food very well, their coats are gleaming and the 'output' is also ok! They have also lost weight.
Well accepted and easy to digest.
I used the Solido for a long time, but then had to change to grain free food because of epilepsy. Solido is not expensive or anywhere near as expensive as the Emotion Line. However, if you go by the feeding guidelines on the packaging you end up spending more than you need. Manufacturers want to make money and if the bag empties quickly you'll soon be buying again. The Wein dogs seem to need as much as is recommended and that applies to all Josera products, but one of my dogs is a 7 year-old German shepherd - a normally active family dog - and she only needs 280g of Solido a day (much less than it says to give her). The portions are just a guideline, not a rule! My dogs all get way too fat if I give them the amounts on the pack, and that goes for other high quality foods like Acana too.