Rollover Premium Dog Food
When it comes to our dogs, they’re not just our pets – they’re a member of our family. Just as we only want the best for our loved ones, we only want to feed our dogs the best. It’s why our family here at Rollover Premium Pet food has spent the last 35 years creating healthy, nutritious and delicious dog food and dog treats!
Using only the highest quality, raw ingredients from human-grade, CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) approved facilities, we handcraft our unique lines of Rollover and Dog Gone Gourmet products right here at our family-run location in High River, Alberta. Unlike most dog foods and treats on the market today, we do not mass produce our products. We focus on quality and producing in small batches with real ingredients that we know your dog will love!
Natural, high-quality and deliciously healthy ingredients are what you’ll find in our premium dog food and treats. We formulate all of our products with the health (and happiness) of your dog in mind.
Discover the difference our lovingly made, quality products can make for your dog. Every step of the way, we meticulously ensure the quality of every product – whether you shop online or buy from one of our valued retailers, you’ll get only the best from every one of our Rollover and Dog Gone Gourmet products. Now that’s something to bark about!
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