Compare to Blue Buffalo
Q: Why does Pinto Canyon cost more than Blue Buffalo?
A: It's doesn't! Bite for bite Pinto Canyon is more nutritionally dense so you feed significantly less!
Feeding a 50-pound dog Blue Buffalo Chicken & Rice costs
$4.80 more per month than Pinto Canyon!
Blue Buffalo dry foods are extruded; extrusion puffs up the kibbles with air so they are bigger.
Pinto Canyon oven-baked kibbles are more nutritionally dense
and cost less to feed!
Based on the daily feeding charts:
A 15-pound dog eats 3/4 cup of Pinto Canyon and 1-1/4 cups of Blue Buffalo — 67% more!
A 50-pound dog eats less than 2 cups of Pinto Canyon and 3 cups of Blue Buffalo — 56% more!
The cheapest price we could find for the Blue Buffalo Chicken & Rice formula
is $46.30 for a 30-pound bag, and that's assuming you agree to autoship, can lug around a 30-pound bag, and buy additional items to qualify for free shipping.
(Pinto Canyon shipping is always free.)
At this price, feeding Blue Buffalo to a 50-pound dog costs $1.16 per day. Pinto Canyon costs $1.00 per day!
How much is it worth to know your dog's food is safe, wholesome, and delicious? How much do you save in vet bills?
Pinto Canyon has never been recalled.
Blue Buffalo has had many recalls,
lost a $32 million lawsuit when they admitted to
lying about their ingredients,
and has made a lot of dogs sick.
We know the buck stops with us. We take full responsibility for our products, and test
our food to make absolutely certain it's safe.
You get what you pay for; our high-quality ingredients are not cheap. People are outraged at the
many pet food recalls,
yet don't want to pay $1 a day for quality nutrition for their pet.
What's it worth to know your dog's food doesn't have arsenic, mercury, lead, or euthanizing drugs?