You can purchase Beneful dog food from Walmart. Each line from this product has benefits that are specific to the ingredients, and the ingredients are quality ingredients. The prices for Beneful varies depending on the size and variety of food you choose. You can buy a bag Purina Beneful Origianls in 15.5 lbs for $13.98 or 31 lbs for $26.98. You can also buy grain free in a 12.5 lb bag for $17.98. If you are interested in wet food, you can get a variety pack of flavors of 27 three ounce cans for $14.98. Walmart carries Purina Benefuls Healthy Weight with real chicken too. You can buy a 3.5 lb bag for $5.78, a 13 lb bag for $14.53, and a 31.1 lb bag for $26.98. Unfortunately Walmart does not offer the Healthy Weight with salmon option though, but they do carry the Beneful Origianls with Salmon if you are looking for Salmon. The dog food with salmon offers the benefits of omega fatty acids which will help dogs have glossy skin. This option runs $13.98 for a 15.5 lb bag. They also carry Purina Beneful with real Beef which runs $13.98 for 15.5 lbs. If you go online to the coupon section of Walmart, you can find a $2 off coupon for Purina Beneful dry dog food. If you order certain varieties of Beneful from Walmart online, you can also save money with free shipping offers. Currently none of the Beneful dog food products are listed with rollback prices, but some of them do have prices that are discounted.
It may not come as a surprise that people nowadays, people treat their pets like family members, right down to the food they feed them. This is why pet lovers are becoming more wary of the ingredients used in making pet foods. This is the reason why pet food critics and dog lovers have brought a well-known dog food brand under their scrutiny.
Beneful, a dry dog food brand produced by Nestle Purina PetCare, was introduced in 2001 and is currently a top-selling dog food brand in all America. According to Nielsen, the brand’s dog food finds its way into the tummies of 14 million dogs a year. Being a leading brand, it has faced a lot of criticism from the ingredients it incorporates into the production process.
According to a Huffington Post article, bloggers have criticized the use of propylene glycol as an ingredient. Propylene glycol is often mistaken for ethylene glycol, a compound found in antifreeze and generally poisonous to dogs. Beneful is not the only brand that features this ingredient as it is also found in other foods, both for dogs and human beings. It is however approved by the FDA as a safe product.
Another ingredient that is causing concern is mycotoxins. With all fairness, these are found in a large number of dry pet foods. Minimal levels of mycotoxins have been cleared by the EU and the FDA for use in pet foods as they are not a health concern. They are also present in agricultural crops. The use of colorful dyes has also faced criticism. Although they may be visually satisfying to humans, the same cannot be said when it comes to dogs.
All these complaints were part of what formed the reason for a class action suit being initiated in early 2015 against Nestle Purina over their popular brand Beneful. Even as the case remains pending in court, Nestle Purina have made it clear that they have absolutely no intention of settling the case. Over the course of the case, the allegations have changed numerous times and a sizeable number of the plaintiffs have dropped out of the case. New formulas of Beneful are being developed and are set to hit stores soon.
It is my greatest passion, to have a loving household, so I get along well with my pets, to say the least. I like to get them Beneful premium foods to keep them healthy so that they can live a long and happy life, which is filled with high quality ingredients. I like to buy Beneful because it has the best, healthiest ingredients, not the kind that comes in a tin can filled with brown goo. I can’t believe the cheaper companies will try to pass that slop off as dog foods. Beneful’s premium food is the only way to go with your dog’s diet, and anyone who says otherwise is quite misinformed. In fact, I have found some crucial evidence on the internet that supports this very statement, and I will surely share the page with you at the end of this posting.
It was a brilliant thing, really, when my wife started thinking about what we were showing our children about raising living creatures. She told me one day, “You have got to be more careful when you buy the dog food because you are buying food that will keep them happy, or you are buying junk food to save money. The kids need to see how much we care about our animals, and the pets deserve it.” She said something to that effect, so we started looking around on the internet and, sure enough, we found just the very article that claims that these companies care about the food they are making for pets.
My dog only eats Beneful’s premium quality dog foods because they are made with nigh quality ingredients. Buying Beneful makes me feel like a responsible pet owner, and I feel like I’m showing my kids how to live with that same responsibility in mind. My daughter said her first words the other day, and I knew that we had to be careful to show them a loving world that only buys foods that are made in a responsible manner. Here’s the link to that article I was referencing earlier from the Daily Herald.