President’s Choice Dog Food

December 13, 2010  
Filed under Dog Food Reviews, President's Choice

President’s Choice manufactures their dog food in Canada. President’s Choice is the “white label” brand of the Loblaw’s grocery chain and is sold across all Loblaw’s and Loblaw’s owned grocery stores in Canada. This is a quality dog food at reasonable prices, we recommend it. Note: President’s Choice dog food is also called “PC Dog Food” for short.

President’s Choice Food Formulas:

PC Nutrition First Adult Dog Food-Chicken & Brown Rice
PC Nutrition First Toy & Small Breed Dog Food-Chicken & Brown Rice
PC Nutrition First Weight Control and Senior Dog Food-Chicken & Brown Rice
PC Nutrition First Large Breed Dog Food-Chicken & Brown Rice
PC Nutrition First Adult Dog Food- Salmon & Potato
PC Nutrition First Adult Dog Food- Lamb & Brown Rice
PC Extra Meaty Chicken & Rice Dog Food
PC Extra Meaty Lamb & Rice Dog Food
PC Nutrition First Puppy – Chicken & Brown Rice

President’s Choice Dog Food Consumer Ratings

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6 Responses to “President’s Choice Dog Food”
  1. Michelle says:

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  2. Bruce Smith says:

    Hello
    Can anyone tell me if Presidents Choice dog food is available under an other name other than Loblaws. I have moved to a new location and the stores here do not carry the “PC brand”.

    Thank You
    Bruce Smith

  3. Debbie Hindman says:

    Yes Zehrs and NoFrills carry the PC brand.

  4. answer says:

    Bruce, have you tried Zehrs?

  5. bill rinehart says:

    I would like to know why they make a reasonably good dog food and then add something like vitamin k-3 that is a suspected cancer causer? Doesn;t make sense to me.

  6. bill rinehart says:

    Here is a list of negative effects of menadione on the body. It is incomplete, since my English medical terminology is lacking and I was simply not able to translate the more complicated scientific phrases into proper English:

    causes cytotoxicity in liver cells
    causes formation of radicals from enzymes of leucocytes, with the consequence of cytotoxic reactions
    considerably weakens the immune system
    possible mutagenic effects
    damages the natural vitamin K cycle
    has no effect on coumarin derivatives, which are often present in commercial food due to mold contamination (toxic when ingested)
    causes hemolytic anemia and hyperbilirubinemia, not just linked to large doses
    disturbs the level of calcium ions (Ca2+) in the body, which is an important factor fibrinolysis
    is directly toxic in high doses (vomiting, albuminuria), unlike natural vitamin K
    builds up in tissue and has been detected in eggs, meat and milk of animals supplemented with menadione derivatives
    causes irritation of skin and mucous membranes
    causes allergic reactions and eczema

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