New Rachael Ray Nutrish Dog Food
I received Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Healthy Dog Food in the mail thanks to Influenster and could not be more excited. I have a (almost) two year old black lab mix named Reddick who loves to eat, so I was sure that he was going to love this. Recently these past few months he’s been eating Kirkland’s Signature Nature’s Domain Salmon and Sweet Potato because it is a healthy alternative for a good price.
Since we got him at three months old he has only ate dry food so we definitely wanted to keep him on that. I’m trying to do more research with better quality dog food because you wouldn’t believe some of the horrible ingredients they put in pet food these days. My dog is a part of my life and I want him to be eating the best ingredients he can get.
I like to watch the Rachael Ray show occasionally, she can make magic in the kitchen. I was interested to see that she branched out into the pet world. Most importantly she combined natural, healthy, ingredients in all her food products to ensure a happy and healthy pet.
I got the Beef and Brown Rice with Fruit and Veggies Recipe!
— This high quality protein provides essential nutrients to help support healthy organs and lean muscle mass.
— Brown Rice is an excellent source of essential B Vitamins and wholesome fiber.
— Flaxseed & Poultry Fat are naturally rich sources of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.
— Cranberries are natural sources of fiber, Vitamin A & Vitamin C to help keep your dog’s immune system strong.
— Real Chicken Pieces are slow-roasted with a delicious real meat texture and hickory smoke flavor.
— Crisp Carrots offer a tasty crunch with excellent sources of carotenoids, essential vitamins and minerals.
— Garden & Field Peas are excellent sources of essential vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber to support healthy digestion, and naturally gluten free.
— Farm-Grown Potatoes are easily digestible alternative carbohydrates.
— Tree-Ripened Apples are a delicious source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and dietary fiber.
I filled Reddick’s Slow-Feeding Bowl up and you could see the real carrots and other veggies mixed with the kibble. Reddick is over 100 pounds, we think he’s mixed with Great Dane but he is a rescue so we can’t be too sure. He eats so fast which is why we had to buy him a more complex bowl to eat out of. Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Dog Food is medium-sized which actually made him eat slower than usual which is better. I was nervous that he would eat around the carrots but he ate it all right away. I didn’t even have to mix it with anything! I will definitely reccommed you try Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Products.
Disclaimer: I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purpose’s. All opinions are strictly my own. #NutrishPets #NutrishDish