Rated 4 out of 5★áby 5reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5★áby cgiannotti dog food description way off This dog food would have been a great value but it is no longer senior dog food but longevity dog food. Longevity has salmon in it which is good but doesn't have any vitamins in it for hip and joint health. I have placed several complaints to get this corrected or find the senior dog food listed but with no success only info on how to return the longevity dog food. 03/27/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★áby poodle7 I have 3 poodles over 8 and they love it. I have 2 8 yr olds, and a 13 yr old. I switched from another brand because the costs got higher and higher. Pedigree is what I started out with and now I'm feeding it again. 04/22/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★áby Criscosa I have always had problems finding this dog food.. I'm so glad that I can order this online. It is extremely hard to find two bags a month of this particular dog food at my local stores. 04/17/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★áby scottydl Working well for our senior dog I kinda scoffed at the idea of buying "senior formula" dog food when the vet mentioned it this past year, for my 9-10 year old lab mix. But lo and behold, she started having some unpleasant and persistent stomach problems (from the back end) with the Ol' Roy High Performance dry food that I have given her for years. A super low-fat canned food from the vet cleared her problems up quickly, so I figured there must actually be something to the advantages of a low-fat diet for older dogs.Dog food shocker: all brands are pretty much the same unless you get into the really high-priced premium brands sold only by vet offices. I couldn't afford the vet canned food for long, so I switched to this Pedigree Senior product because it was a known brand and the cheapest senior dry food I could find from Wal-mart. (I wish Ol' Roy had an option, but their senior stuff only comes canned.)As others have said, when you pick up in-store you get "Healthy Longevity" version and not "Senior" as far as what the bag says. The store doesn't know any different, they just scan the code. I believe that the two products must be very similar since Pedigree puts the same UPC code on the bag. In fact, the Pedigree.com website doesn't even list "Senior" as one of their available products; it appears that "Healthy Longevity" has replaced "Senior" but Walmart just has not updated their website.My dog's digestion has improved with this food, it has been a smooth transition from Ol' Roy High Performance to Pedigree Healthy Longevity (it's mixed 50/50 right now and I'll go 100% Pedigree when this runs out), and the price is bearable. I'll keep watching for an Ol' Roy Senior dry food to pop up though, because I'm betting it would cost less without a huge difference in quality. 08/30/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★áby artistwriter They Changed Product I was expecting Senior formula as described and instead received Longevity formula which is not the same. Make sure and do your homework on this item and see the difference between Senior and Longevity before ordering. I should have paid more attention to another reviewer who expressed the same concern. 08/29/2013