Give your pooch different foods he can stomach with rotational feeding system

By Helin Jung
Updated February 22, 2010 12:45 PM

Staring at the same bowl of food day in and day out probably gets redundant for dogs. Okay, most dogs still scarf anything edible – and it’s no secret that we humans like to anthropomorphize! – but it’s fair to say that pooches probably want a little changeup in the dinner menu once in a while.

One option for pet owners looking to step up their pet food game is Rotations Pet Food, a system of three different dry dog food flavors with all-natural ingredients that allow for switching between them without giving your dog a tummy ache.

The three formulas are premium chicken and brown rice, wild salmon with peas and carrots and New Zealand lamb and potato, and the ingredient list reads like a farmers market shopper’s dream. Beet pulp, blueberries, kelp, spinach – they weren’t lying when they said variety. Each formula contains the same amount of protein, fat, fiber and fatty acids, so the transition is supposed to be seamless for your pet’s digestive system.

We tried out the chicken and brown rice formula, and can promise no dogs were harmed in the testing – she ate every kibble with pleasure!

Have you ever tried a rotational feeding system? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below.