Several months ago, I decided to start feeding the dogs a better quality food. I searched online, read independent reviews, and basically went with what makes sense to me as a pet owner. I wanted high quality ingredients, and preferably as natural as possible. I found Rotations pet food and liked everything I read about the food. One of the things that appealed to me, was the fact that they offer three different varieties of food that can easily be rotated in the dogs diet. No transitioning from one kind to another, no risk of tummy upset, just a great variety for the dog to enjoy. I have often wondered if dogs get sick of eating the same flavor of food day in and day out. I know I would. Another thing I was looking for in dog food, is the ability to feed one food to both dogs. Torrey just barely turned one, so she was supposed to be getting puppy food. One thing that is very inconvenient in the dog food world, is the difference between puppy food and adult dog food. Bringing a puppy home to a house that has an adult dog, is to say the least trying. Neither dog wants to eat their own food, so the battle over the bowls begins. Being able to feed one food to both dogs was something I was very interested in. Rotations is made to be fed in all stages of the dogs life, how convenient is that. It was so nice to find a food that both dogs could eat and enjoy, and I didn’t have to play referee at meal time. Roxy is a little nibbler when it comes to eating. She won’t eat something just because it’s there, she has to like it too. And as I have mentioned in past blog posts, she was having some issues with her waistline. Rotations has been great for her. She loves the taste of the food, and she has lost some weight too. (Why can’t someone invent that for people) I’m sure she appreciates the flavor variety, and the small kibble size is great for her. Torrey is young and not so particular. She is really enjoying the rotations food though, and I like the smaller kibble size for her. Both dogs have nice soft coats, ample energy, and the big key in dog food criteria, nice firm dog pooh. I like Rotations for their holistic approach, the high quality ingredients, and the nutritional balance they achieve with all their food. And it’s made right here in the USA, that is definitely a bonus in my book. I also like the fact that it is delivered right to my front door. It arrives quickly after I place an order too. I know some people might think that having dog food delivered has to be expensive. And for some foods that could be true, but not with Rotations. Their pricing, including shipping, is competitive with other premium dog foods. Look at these statistics.
Rotations 27 lbs – $37.99 + $14.99 shipping = $52.99 (delivered to your door)
Wellness 26 lbs – $53.99 (…and you have to go get it)
Innova 30 lbs – $54.99 (because it’s 30#’s it is basically the exact same price as our food at $52.99…and you have to go get it)
Rotations 15 lbs bag of Salmon or Lamb – $26.98 + $9.99 shipping = $36.98 (delivered to your door) (btw, chicken is $2.00 less)I order the 3 flavor variety pack so the dogs can have some flavor choices in their diet. There are so many good qualities to Rotations, that you really need to look at their website and read all about it. www.rotationspetfood.com Now to the giveaway. Rotations is going to give 15lbs of the dog food of your choice to the lucky winner, even the variety pack. All you have to do is, visit their website and tell me in a comment which flavor of food you would like to try. I will randomly pick a winner next Wednesday the 7th of Dec. at 5pm MST. Be sure to check out the blog linkup at http://www.allthingsdogblog.com/2011/12/fidos-freebie-friday-includes-1-freebie.html for more fun stuff