OL’ ROY CANINE NUTRITION

Ol’ Roy brand CANINE NUTRITION is produced by a famous brand Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. The Wal-Mart company was founded in 1962, and its founding father was an American businessman Sam Walton. In 1969, the company was officially organized, and in 1972 it emitted securities for the New York Stock Exchange. The canine nutrition formula was named after Sam Walton’s dog Ol’ Roy. This canine nutrition formula was invented in 1983.

OL’ ROY CANINE NUTRITION REVIEW

Ol’ Roy is rather cheap, yet of due quality, so it remains nowadays the top-selling canine nutrition formula in the USA. The Ol’ Roy canine nutrition rations have a high percentage of corn, it is the first ingredient in some formulas, and one of the first five ingredients in all formulas. There was a suspicion that Ol’ Roy contained pentobarbital, and was put through tests in 1998. Tests for pentobarbital were positive, and it was thought to be because cattle used in the rations was killed with the help of it.

 

 

OL’ ROY CONSUMER TESTIMONIALS

Ol’ Roy brand canine nutrition got mostly negative opinions from customers. It is a “formula for the poor”, because due to inexpensive price, it seems to be unhealthy and cause harm to many dogs. Dog owners stated that their dogs had low energy level, bad digestion, vomiting, diarrhea, flatus, excessive weight, and hair loss. Many dog owners said that they would not recommend feeding dogs with Ol’ Roy nutrition because of tremendous percentage of corn and scandals with pentobarbital.