My boxer pup has a great shiny coat since I started feeding him this food.
He eats it most of the time without anything added, the odd time he doesn't eat it I add a tiny bit of beef or chicken and then he gobbles it all down, I can't blame him for not wanting the same food day in, day out. But the food is great for him, he's 5 months old and already 20kg, not a pick of fat on him.
I have tried half a dozen kibble brands and hes turned his nose at them all. He was a little under weight for 6 month old. Was getting stressed out so decided to try this and thankfully he is finishing every bowl so far and seems to love it .
I have been giving these croquettes that are a bit softer than others to my boxer puppy and they are perfectly suited for his jaw and teeth. No problems with digestion or skin and I recommend them from a young age
My puppy only knows this brand, he has been getting it from his breeder and it is very well suited to his constitution. He has been growing healthily and the pieces are a good size for him. He really loves the food and always finishes his bowl.
I used Boxer 26 for my last boy, so when we decided to get another one, there was no question.
Our boy is a rescue from the Balkans where the food is not as good, so its taking him a while to get used to it, but I will continue to use it as I know he is getting everything he needs with food designed specifically for him.
i have fed my 10 mth old male boxer this food since i got him at 2 mths. recently i tried to change to another brand due to RC being so expensive in ireland "big mistake"... it was like i had a different dog. i put him back on RC and withing a few days he was back to himself. i will never again change from RC and tks to zooplus.co.uk if you buy in bulk it is affordable. their service is excellent and the delivery company they use DPD(they do have other delivery companies) are brilliant .
I have two Labs and have always fed Royal Canine Labrador Retriever Adult. I always buy two bags at a time, and Zooplus seems to beat the others on price. I sometimes get lucky and recieve the 12kg bags with 2kg extra free, an offer that comes a few times a year from RC. Zooplus service is always very good, can't fault them at all. Thanks Zooplus.
I have tried this food for the first time for my 8 yr old German Shepherd. She was suffering from colitis and the dried food she was on was she experienced often bouts of diarrhea.
This food is excellent, she eats it without adding anything, smells nice and is moist.
if you have a shepherd with a typical stomach problem this is the food to buy. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending Royal Canin absolutely brilliant. Comes perfectly packaged in a cardboard box, quick delivery so a win win situation.
I will be back for more next month.
I've just started buying this dog food and it's such a relief. My dog has much less wind and better digestion, a shinier, softer coat, and less shedding. A much better result for this 4-legged glutton.
Hi, I'm a little boxer doggie aged 8 months. My master decided to start feeding me this food about 2 months ago. It's great, they're just so tasty!! I don't leave a single scrap in my bowl and I find this food much easier to eat.
I don't get embarrassing wind anymore, which is actually a shame as I loved to do that whenever my master gave me a cuddle!!
My coat has become very silky and shiny and I don't shed it anymore! I also have a very slender athletic figure. In short since I started eating this food I look just beautiful!
I recommend this for all my boxer doggie friends!
I love this food and it's easy to digest and the best thing is that I don't make smells anymore. I'm only 2 months old but I know I'm going to eat this forever, because all the others I've tried haven't suited me at all. My little boxer only likes good things, so the name ROYAL is apt. Thank you!
The breeder recommended Royal Canin Breed Boxer Junior to me when I bought my dog from her, and I followed her advice. I am completely satisfied with the product. I owned another boxer from 1996 to 2008, and because nobody advised me, I just gave her any old food from different brands (according to what was on offer at the supermarket). My dog developed eczema that she suffered from for all of her 12 yearse and all of the vets said that it was down to her diet (including one from a veterinary college). That taught me a lesson, so for this dog I am sticking to this food, even though it costs more.
My 2 year old Pug has been given every single expensive, high protein, healthy dog food - Orijen,Darlings, Burns ...you name it he has had it. And in saying that he has refused to eat all of them. Some of them he humoured me and gave them a few days before turning his nose up at them, but mostly he just refused to eat them until he was starving.
So in shear desperation I decided to give the Royal Canin Pug a go. All of my research suggested it is garbage, but perhaps I really do have an adolescent dog as he ate it like he has never been fed..he even came back for 3 additional helpings! I'm conscious that it probably tastes so good because its so bad for him so I've been mixing it with his healthy grain free foods and its encouraging him to eat them too although I have caught him spitting them out when he realised they weren't his Royal Canin. So, according to my research this food isn't good for your dog, and I haven't had him on it long enough to comment, but from where I stand I'd rather he live on Big Macs than starve so for me this is a great food.