do action movies know they can have more than one female character
Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions.
This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.
DO NOT BUY THIS BRAND.
Pedigree is on a nationwide recall.
Pedigree made my 6 month old puppy too ill to eat anything for days.
If you have this brand please toss it and buy Purina, Science Diet, or Blue.
Please do not feed this to you animals.
Do not buy this brand.
I’m going to jump in here and make a note about dog food brands real quick (Full disclosure, I work as a full time Customer Adviser Specialist at Petco, but I don’t speak for Petco so these opinions are mine and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my company, employers, or coworkers. So I guess if you don’t trust me because of that that’s your own business and is your right as a consumer):
Pedigree is absolute garbage. I have pulled bags of Pedigree off the shelf before because the maggots burrowing out of the bags (yeah, that wasn’t a typo, they were coming OUT from the bag, not burrowing INTO the bag) were getting into the other nearby food bags. Do not feed your dog Pedigree dog food under any circumstances.
Purina and Hill’s Science Diet are typically filler-based dog food not typically that far above Pedigree, but they aren’t nearly as bad and I wouldn’t probably take too much issue with you feeding it to your animal. The only real beef I have with them is that they aren’t very high quality proteins and they tend to use a lot of vegetable matter, which offers no nutritional benefit to your dog. I really would very much not recommend either of them at all if you have a choice. Blue is a really good high quality dog food that is made in the USA and Canada that offers really high quality proteins and very good quality ingredients with almost no filler, but comes at a significant cost to the consumer. If you can afford it, I actually do highly recommend it.
An option that has very little market share but is really one of my favorites to sell is Whole Earth Farms. Neither me or any of my coworkers can really figure out Whole Earth Farms, because they are a very high quality food, great protein sources, low filler, concentrated nutrition, it comes in grain free, has puppy, adult, and all-life-stage formulas, and is made in the USA, but costs roughly the same as a bag of Hills Science Diet of the same weight. Petco also presumably has a good relationship with the company because it’s on sale very frequently in our store (I don’t know about prices or availability in other stores).
So basically, if you are concerned about price but still want to feed your dog a really good quality food, I honestly haven’t found a food of this quality for a better price anywhere else
Don’t be cheap with your animals, do research and buy them quality they deserve it.