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Nature's Valley Instinct Raw Boost Grain Free Chicken Meal Dry Dog Food
Natural Balance Dog Food Rolls Beef formula have been scientifically formulated by veterinarians and animal nutritionists to provide dogs with high-quality nutrition to optimize skin and coat. Delicious, meaty and rich in nutrients and energy sources, a 3.5 lb. Roll is equivalent to any 8.5/13 oz Premium Dog Food Cans. Natural Balance Dog Food Rolls are economical, convenient and great for travel! Highly palatable, Dog Food Rolls are also a great choice for picky eaters. The finest ingredients for the health of your dog. Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance Dog Food Rolls contain premium meats, an excellent source of protein, kelp meal (a natural source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements) and are preserved with natural mixed tocopherols (a source of vitamin E) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C) to promote a healthy skin and coat condition. Excellent training treat or reward. Natural Balance is the #1 choice for the ultimate bait, response time, incredible focus, fabulous palatability as well as excellent nutrition. Natural Balance Dog Food Rolls can be fed as the primary food or mixed with Natural Balance Dry Dog Food. Simply chop, grate or crumble the Roll and add them to your dog's food.
Some of the ingredients farther down the list include protein sources like freeze dried turkey, chicken eggs, and salmon and vitamin sources like carrots, apples, and butternut squash. Each ingredient found in Instinct dog food is wholesome and nutritious. It’s clear that Nature’s Variety values the quality of their ingredients.
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Nature's Variety | Natural Pet Food with Healthy, Natural Ingredients
My 10 year old Aussie Shepherd has a kitchen sink of ailments. He is almost 2 years in remission from lymphoma. He was diagnosed with Valley Fever last summer. And last month, he was diagnosed with mid-stage liver disease, hepatocutaneous syndrome and insulin dependent diabetes. He has just finished his third amino acid drip (they are done weekly). Between all of these ailments, I have tried more dog foods than I care to even remember. He dropped quite a few pounds since last month because he doesn’t want home cooked food any longer. I happened to pick up some Nature’s Variety Instinct Duck because of the higher calorie and protein content (we were striving to get Maddux to eat at least 1,000 calories per day with a target of eventually 1,700 calories per day). At one point, he would only eat Beneful tubs and those equal about 500 calories per day. When I put the NV into his dish, he gobbled it up right away. I’ve since been bouncing between NV and Blue Buffalo Wilderness because he gets bored super quickly. So far, in the last week, we have managed to get 3 cans of dog food per day down him. I am beyond excited and our vet is very pleased to see him eating. Maddux really likes the Duck Formula and we have found a local feed/seed/pet store that carries it for only $2.69 per can. They order me a case or two at a time so that we have it on hand. Maybe there are better dog foods, but at this point, we have to give Maddux whatever he will eat so that he can get his insulin and I am so grateful that he loves NV. It has literally been a lifesaver for him. I know that every dog food may have something wrong (whether it is imported ingredients, BPA, etc.), but for Maddux, I have to take that chance. He has survived 26 weeks of chemotherapy, a year of fungal medication which damages the liver and now weekly amino acid drips, bi-weekly glucose curves and daily insulin injections. This dog takes 10 pills a day and even after all of this, he is running in the yard with his fur siblings, playing with his toys, hanging by the pool…all things that he has not done for over two months.Yes. Typically, kibble digestibility can range from 60%-90% depending on ingredient choice and quality. Likewise, because kibble is cooked, the proteins are denatured and not in their native conformation. Generally, one can say that corn and wheat based diets or those with by-product meals have a lower biological value and are less digestible. This is rather intuitive when we consider that dogs and cats are physiologically designed to digest animal-based protein and not plant-based protein. Our Prairie and Instinct kibble diets are made with high quality meat, poultry, and fish meals. Digestibility of these kibble diets ranges from 85-90%. Our Nature's Variety Raw Frozen Diets have been tested and shown to be 92% digestible. Because the meat is raw, it has a higher biological value, proteins are in the native state, and the body is better equipped to extract all the essential nutrients from the food.