Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Wild Calling Buffalo

Marcus:  Hey, Jan, this is for us dogs, isn't it?  We don't have to share it with the cats, do we?

Jan:  No, you don't have to share this food with the cats. 

Marcus:  Okay, then I'll keep my eye on it so the cats don't steal it.  That sure looks and smells good!

Buddy:  Aren't you going to tell anyone what it is?

Marcus:  Oh, sure.  This is Wild Calling Grasslands and it's 96% buffalo.  Click the link to check out all the different flavors, including - believe it or not - alligator.

Merci:  The label says it's grain free.  It also says "rotational diet" on the label.  I guess that means Jan should order a case of each flavor so we can enjoy variety.  What, Buddy?  I can dream, can't I?

Marcus:  It's also free of gluten and artificial flavors, colors and preservatives.  That should make Jan happy to feed it to us.

Buddy:  Marcus, you are such a photo hog!  Jan was trying to take a picture of the food on the back steps, not you.

Marcus:  Well, I think I'm more photogenic.

Merci:  The house would sure be a lot more photogenic if you didn't keep kicking mud over everything.

Marcus:  Mud adds character!

Merci:  Okay, Marcus, you're being served first in your private dining car.  As soon as Jan tells you it's okay to eat, you can tell us how the food tastes.

Marcus:  Mmmmmfth, mphlant - 

The ingredient list from Chewy.com: Buffalo, water (sufficient for processing), liver, guar gum, calcium sulfate, vitamins {vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, l-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), thiamine mononitrate (source of vitamin B1), calcium pantothenate, vitamin A supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (source of vitamin B6), riboflavin supplement (source of vitamin B2), folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement, biotin, vitamin D2 supplement}, minerals {zinc sulfate, ferric sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, selenium yeast, potassium iodide}.

Buddy:  Never mind, we're checking it out for ourselves.  What do you think, Merci?

Merci:  I think this is our shot and Marcus is photobombing us again.  Can't Jan move his private dining car out of the way?  But the buffalo is good. 

Marcus:  My bowl is empty.  Where did the food go?

Buddy:  Should I really answer that?

Marcus:  I hope Jan doesn't miss this can I swiped while she was trying to take a picture of the buffalo Wild Calling.  I sure could use some help opening it, though.  I wonder if Chewy.com would open any future cans before shipping them? 

Chewy provided the dog food for this review.  We were not paid and Chewy is not responsible for the content. 

This post and Four Paws and Three Claws are part of the monthly Chewy blog hop hosted by Golden Woofs and Oz the Terrier.  


  1. Crikey ..... that sure looks good. I've never tried buffalo. I wish Chewy shipped to Australia.

  2. Hari OM
    I am guessing it is a hit then?!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. You look happy with that food! Yummy
    Lily & Edward

  4. A private dining car huh? Do you think they are tricking you?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. We love Wild Calling and the alligator sounds like the next one we will be trying. I'm glad that y'all enjoyed it too.

  6. There are a few buffalo farms here in Britain now but none for alligators (thank goodness!). I haven't seen either ingredient in pet food but I'm sure it's only a matter of time!
    That's Purrfect

  7. My dogs love Wild Calling Buffalo. It's become our evening standard.

  8. Saphera needs to try that - It sounds good.

  9. What a pawsome review ! You're beautiful, Marcus ! Purrs

  10. Sounds pawsum. Glad ya'll liked it. Me thinks buffalo sounds yummy.

    Luv ya'


  11. It sure looks like y'all answered the call of the wild!

  12. Sometimes our peeps eat bison...kind of the same as buffalo we think. It *is* good! Glad you all enjoyed yours!

  13. Marcus, it's just that you look so cute and so....appealing when you have that "feed me" look on your sweet Marcus muzzle. Irresistible. But eating the CAN? Not so good for the teeth, right?

  14. I got the cat version of that food a year or so ago and wouldn't eat it. The feral cats loved it though.


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