I allowed Rufus to eat Pedigree dog food for 6 weeks and he just ran out of it last night. The result? He loved it and is just as healthy as on the food we bought from our veterinarian. Now there is a huge discussion in the dog community – more like a battle – of corn in dog food. This battle is just as heated as formula vs. breastmilk. Pedigree lists corn as one of the first 3 ingredients and opposers say that dogs are carnivors and meat ought to make up the bulk of their diet, not corn.
My veterinarian said through his research corn does not harm the dog, and foods with corn can be fed to dogs and be good for them. Watch for the healthiness of your dog and talk to your veterinarian.
My personal experience after 6 weeks of Pedigree – Rufus’ skin, coat, teeth and energy were all the exact same as when he was on the vet recommended stuff. It is incredibly less expensive and it is exactly what Rufus will continue eating from now on. I was very impressed with how much he liked it and how healthy he still was after 6 weeks.
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.