Dogs are carnivores, which means that the main source of the protein they need in order to grow and survive must come from meat. This does not mean that they do not eat anything else, because in addition to meat, other foods from which they will get all the necessary vitamins and ingredients they need are also necessary in their diet. The Greek White Shepherd is no different.
Puppies up to 1 year old should be fed twice a day, in the morning and in the evening, and when they grow older they can be fed once a day, preferably in the evening.
In general, they are not greedy dogs, eating only what they need and not more. In terms of quantity, they have very low nutritional requirements taking into consideration to their size and weight.
As for the type of food given to these dogs, breeders usually suggest a raw diet consisting not only of meat (chicken, beef or lamb), but also of fish (which they like very much), fruits (apples, figs), etc.), eggs, oil, vegetables (carrot etc.)