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Grilled beef in London-Style!
Alpo Prime Cuts in Gravy - London Grill gives your pet a delicious meal of meaty chunks and fresh vegetables simmered in a traditional gravy. So, with every bite of these tender, moist morsels, your precious pet also gets all the nutrition and protein to stay energetic all day. Available in a variety of flavors like Grilled Beef - London Style, Prime Cuts in Gravy with Beef, Prime Cuts in Gravy with Chicken, Prime Cuts in Gravy with Beef Stew and Vegetables and Lamb and Rice.
Alpo Prime Cuts in Gravy - London Grill
Alpo Prime Cuts in Gravy in the canned formula can also be used as a topping or supplement as its moist texture mixes well with kibble.
A Closer Look: Formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
Made specially for: Dogs of all breeds and life stages.
Free of: Harsh Chemicals
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Comments about Prime Cuts in Gravy with Beef:
With previous cats and dogs I selected my pet's food without reference to what my pet thought about it. I let the statements on the packaging be my guide and the recommendations of pet store employees. That's probably an ok way to do it, but with my current dog, Bandit, an Italian Greyhuahua, it either passed HIS standards or it just sat there ... and sat there. By chance, I bought a can of this product, offerred it to him and he did a swan (pooch?) dive into the bowl.
I feed him once each day in the evening. Though he has a high metabolism to go with his 4-year age and 'sight hound' lineage, his activity is limited by being an apartment dog in an urban setting. He is also VERY small (5.5 lbs).
I hadn't had a dog in a long time, but something I recalled was the appalling smell of the wet food. It brought to mind slaughterhouses and offal and it seemed unwise to force my dog to eat it. Alpo smells great! In fact, it smells very tasty. Small wonder my 'little guy' craves it.
It agrees with his tummy and after two years of feeding it to him (along with occasional hi-quality dry) he's in top shape, happy, energetic and healthy with a lovely white and tan short coat.
I have vague misgivings about any wet food that a dog is crazy about (old memories of bad raps from the past) and I'd never considered ALPO a quality brand.
But it's not brain surgery and I'm much older now. Since I control every aspect of his life, I try to cater to his desires if they aren't harmful to him. He only gets one life and, compared to humans, it's a short one so I want him to enjoy it and his ALPO is very basic to that.