Product details Ol’ Roy Complete Nutrition Roasted Chicken & Rice Flavor Dry Dog Food is a daily food that provides your dog with the essential nutrition they need to stay healthy and happy. Each serving of this 100% complete and balanced nutrition dog food comes with the essential nutrients to promote healthy skin and coat, calcium and phosphorous for strong teeth and bones, and a new roasted chicken and rice flavor to encourage a healthy appetite in your beloved furry friend. This dry food is ideal for adult dogs of any size, and you can trust its complete nutrition profile of vitamins and minerals, healthy fats, protein, and carbohydrates to support a long, healthy life in your dog. Treat your dog to the nutritious benefits and flavor of Ol’ Roy Complete Nutrition Roasted Chicken & Rice Flavor Dry Dog Food. The story of Ol’ Roy is one most folks from Bentonville, Arkansas remember. Mr. Sam was often seen driving around town with his trusted companion in the passenger seat of a red and white pickup truck. Mr. Sam loved Ol’ Roy like family and we kept that in mind when creating the brand that would carry Ol’ Roy’s name in 1981. Today, Ol’ Roy continues to be a symbol of dependability, giving you peace of mind that you are providing your dog with quality food for a happy life. Ol’ Roy Complete Nutrition Roasted Chicken & Rice Flavor Dry Dog Food, 50 lb: New chicken
The fact that you’re reading a cat food review tells me you like to do your research. So then you probably know that cats are obligate carnivores, which means they only eat meat. They hunt hundreds of species of bugs and birds and small rodents and mammals.
It smells but the cat loves it! My cat has extra long canines, and while it seems that he’d be great at chunky meat, he’s not. He has problems chewing shredded/chunky wet cat food, and has a gluten/grain allergy (yeah, he’s a pain in the ass but we love him). This is like pâté & he has no probs scarfing it down. Although he has raunchy breath after, he’s happy.
My girl had to have some dental work done and they told me she would need canned food for two weeks afterward. I thought for sure this was going to be a major challenge because for years she had refused to eat anything but her favorite dry food a good 95% of the time. Once in a while she liked the wet food she used to eat when she was a baby just for a change of pace, but most of the time she just didn’t really care for anything but her crunchies. Well, she had absolutely no problem eating this stuff.