I would say Wilderness is a 1000 times better than Royal Canine. I would never feed R.C. and I mean never. Raw feeders get old, pushing their tude, but it just isn't an option for people who HAVE JOBS, a family and no way of storing large amounts of frozen meat. Their are many good dog foods out their and Core is one of them. I am a big Orijen feeder but I also believe in feeding as much fresh meat as you can afford no matter what you feed. Some good ones, yes there are others, no doubt..
Originally Posted by MarineWifeJones
I know this question has been asked a million times but I am really wondering what other GSD owners consider a "great dog food". Our pup is currently 10 weeks old and is on Royal Canine because thats what he was started on and I didn't want to switch it at the beginning of housebreaking because I figured there would be a lot of accidents due to upset tummy. Right now we are considering switching to Blue Buffalo Wilderness but wanted some other opinions to make sure we are doing the right thing. This is our first GSD and family pet so we want to make sure we are doing the right thing. Thanks for the advice!
Orijen, Acana, Horizon Legacy, Fromm, Merrick, Go Endurance, Precise Holistic, Wellness Core, Castor and Pollux Natural, Eathborn Holistic, Evo, Go Fit and Free, Instinct, Pinnacle Peak, Solid Gold, Canidea, Darford Zero/G, Now Grain Free.
Pulsar, Blue Wilderness, Artemis, First Mate. Natures Logic, Nutrisourse, Exclusive, Pure Vita, Wellness, Earthborn, Annamaet, Organix, Whole Earth Farms, Premium Edge, By Nature grain free, TOTW.
The I would never feed list.. Yes, it needs updating because Science Diet and Authority have both improved.
1. Ol Roy
8. Science Diet
10. Royal Canin
11. Kibbles and Bits
14. Bil Jac
15. Pro Plan
18. Cesar Millan
19. Pro Pac