Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken Senior Dry Dog Food
- Complex carbohydrates support endurance and heart health
- Fruits and vegetables contain essential vitamins and nutrients
- Grain free, natural dog food inspired by the diet of wolves
- Features LifeSource Bits blend of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants
- High quality sources of protein supply essential energy
Feed your dog’s inner wolf with Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken Adult Dry Dog Food. This high performance natural dog food is inspired by the omnivore diet of wolves to support superior energy and lasting endurance. Blue Buffalo dog food is specially formulated by animal nutritionists to provide your dog with top quality nutrition. Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken Adult Dry Dog Food includes top quality ingredients for a high performance diet. Deboned duck, chicken meal and turkey meal supply proteins and amino acids essential for maintaining an active lifestyle. Complex carbohydrates from ingredients like sweet potatoes, oatmeal and whole potato provide long-lasting energy for superior endurance. Cranberries, blueberries, carrots and other whole fruits and vegetables support antioxidant enrichment. This variety of Blue Buffalo dog food provides a sensible alternative to raw diets. It is nutritionally complete and does not require any additional supplements. This natural dog food formula does not contain any corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors or flavors, preservatives, or poultry by-products. Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken Adult Dry Dog Food contains exclusive LifeSource Bits. These additives, unique to Blue Buffalo dog food, feature a precise blend of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants formulated by holistic veterinarians and animal nutritionists. LifeSource Bits are cold-formed to preserve their ingredients, like water-soluble vitamin B complexes, which can lose their potency during heat processing in temperatures above 350°F. When added to natural dog food, LifeSource Bits can strengthen your dog’s immune system and protect against the negative impacts of environmental toxins.