So it’s good to find something they’ll both happily eat and which. This is a complete and balanced diet for medium and large dogs over 7yrs – i have two large breed dogs, one will eat anything and the other is a bit fussier, so it’s good to find something they’ll both happily eat and which is a quality product. The biscuits are small cubes, which my greedier dog gulps down while the other picks daintily. The food doesn’t have much of a smell, which is a bonus for me. I gradually switched over, and my two dogs had no tummy upsets with it, and both have had plenty of energy and look perfectly happy on this food. They certainly come running fast enough when it’s mealtimes, and in fact my fussier dog is just as fast to race to his bowl, where with the previous food he was in no great hurry, so this is a definite thumbs up from him.
Our spaniel mavis is getting on in years – not old, she’ll have you know, but mature like fine wine; like jean brodie, she is in her prime, but definitely over the brow of the hill as far as dog food is concerned; definitely on the senior side of the line (just don’t tell her i said so). Always hard to tell with mavis; she’ll eat pretty much whatever you put in front of her, edible or not. Frankly, she’ll eat anything; a pile of manure is an all-you-can-eat buffet to her. Consequently, it’s hard to judge the quality of feed just by how quickly she cleans her bowl. The ingredients look well enough; there’s fish oil to support an ageing dog, which you can definitely smell (and might well be off-putting to a fussier animal. It does advise on the packet, that this kibble should be introduced gradually – which doesn’t bode well for the pickier palette in my opinion. I can’t imagine our fuss-pot terrier poppy eating it), but it doesn’t seem to put mavis off at all, quite the contrary. It’s 29% protein, moderately high (but not great).
This seems a pretty good dog food – formulated for medium to large adult dogs. Cant say i’m entirely sure about what makes it special for older dogs but it claims to be good for the teeth, joints and digestion. The amazon page has the wrong product details though and the packaging itself doesn’t explain much other than making bold claims. Our doggie likes it well enough and the kibble is nice – plain brown smallish round balls. No nasty colourants etc like some other brands. No problems with digestive upset either. Here are the specifications for the PRO PLAN DOG Purina Pro Plan Medium and Large Adult 7:
This pretty much gave a new lease of life to two. This pretty much gave a new lease of life to two of our older dogs, buy it, you’ll notice the difference.
This dog food comes in a 3kg vaccum sealed plastic bag. States good for dog’s health, helps support dental and healthly aging etc. But the price nearly £19 for 3kg is well more than in supermakets. Having looked that the bag (in many languages) cannot any details of the ingredients used. I have checked the suppliers website as well. It has loads of informationhttps://www. Uk/about-us/faqanyway, took to family member who has a medium sized dog about 9 years old. Tried this dog food and a small amount was eaten by the dog, then we went for a walk – tried again, some more was eaten. Overall the dog seemed to enjoy this food. – having called today a bowl was eaten yesterday with no problems. For me the big put off is the cost.
Reviews from purchasers :
Fish is more likely to enhance brain function i think. Our grown up springers love taste testing dog food. They are working dogs and it’s a job they relish. The charming photo on the bag is of one of their breed so the packaging instantly appealed to them. The smell is attractive, there are no bright colours that encourage crazy behaviour, all seems sound and sensible. They are very keen indeed on the pro plan opti age kibble, in fact at this moment they are eagerly sitting beside me offering their enthusiastic compliments to the chef. I trust that the top of the range price of this dog food means it is extra special although the tiny writing on the back of the bag gives away the fact that the percentage of protein is 14%, not that impressive, but protein can bring on problems with hyperactivity too, hopefully the recipe is well balanced. Lots of vegetable oil and rice. We are often advised by the vet that if dogs are showing signs of digestive problems, feed them only chicken and rice. So the simple ingredients should be easy on them.
My labrador loves this food, much more than the. My labrador loves this food, much more than the food he was being given, we feed him 150 g twice a day and his bowl is as clean as if it had been washed in the dishwasher, if he could speak i know he would say.