Giving your pet the best: Petco Wholehearted Dog Food #PetcoWholehearted When my son was born 13 years ago, we had a dog. A dog named Buckley. Buckley was a Brittany Spaniel rescue that I...
Pedigree Brand Dog Food Introduces a New Recipe
Pedigree dog food is what my dog eats in this household. In fact, my dog Buckley has eaten Pedigree for years. He loves it.
Pedigree has always symbolized quality and is something that I feel proud to serve my dog.
I was sent some initial criteria on which to assess my dog. The criteria are:
Skin&Coat (dull and flaky, average, shiny and soft)
Buckley has an average coat. Although he is getting up there in years, we have always fed him good dog food without a lot of fillers.
Oral Care (dirty, average, pearly white)
His oral care is about average. While his teeth are not pearly white like when he was a puppy, they are still in pretty good shape.
Digestion (number of stools per day and quality)
Buckley has no digestion problems at all. He goes out regularly.
Immunity (how often does your pup get sick?)
Buckley hardly ever gets sick. In fact, I cannot remember the last time he was sick.
The new Pedigree dog food arrived just the other day. The food looks the exact same as the food we currently have although I did notice a little difference in the bag.
My dog had no problem digging into the food the moment we set it out for him.
Although we are only a few days into the transition to the new recipe, it appears that my dog is really having an easy time making the switch.
I would definitely recommned the new Pedigree recipe to my friends and family.
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Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in an Ambassador campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Pedigree and received dog food to facilitate my reviews and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.