Nature's Variety Dog Food Review

I was on a lookout to try a new brand of decent grain-free dog food for my old friend. Being considered as one of the better options available online and recommended to me by multiple dog owners, I went ahead and bought a bag of Nature's Variety Raw Boost, and this is my review.

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The second ingredient in the food is peas. We have reviewed some of Nature’s Variety’s foods in the past when they did not contain as much pea content. As the second ingredient in the food, you can expect them to make up a lot of the food. They are a plant source of protein often used in place of grains like corn and wheat in dog foods now. In many cases dog food companies have stopped using corn and wheat because of complaints from pet owners who have the perception that corn and wheat are filler ingredients or who believe that dogs can’t digest them, or who think that a vast majority of dogs are allergic to these ingredients. All of these beliefs are debatable or even inaccurate in some cases. Peas (and lentils and legumes) have replaced corn and many other grains in dog foods, but they can be problematic. Peas are phytoestrogens which means they mimic the hormone estrogen – they can interfere with the body’s hormonal activity and upset the endocrine system. Some dogs also have trouble digesting peas.

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Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost Freeze Dried & Kibble Combination Review Variety is the spice of life! For my dogs anyway. Thanks for reading our review on Natures Variety Instinct Raw Boost and let us know if you try it with your dog or cat.

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Disclosure: This bag of Nature’s Variety Raw Boost Mixers was sent to me for free by in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and I never recommend a product I don’t fully believe in.

Nature's Variety Dog Food Reviews, Coupons and Recalls 2016

Steven the Pet Man Reviews Nature's Variety and their Instinct line of canned dog food. Steven breaks down the ingredient list and provides his thoughts on the quality of this diet and whether he considers this a good diet for your dog.

In The Truth About Pet Food Video Series, Steven the Pet Man breaks down the name brand foods you give your pet. Which ones are the best, which ones are the worst? What are the facts behind the ingredients on the label? The truth about pet food will be revealed, one can and one bag at a time.When I read Nature's Variety Raw Dog Food reviews, I saw a large number of positive comments. were overwhelmingly positive too. There’s a lot to like:Despite the recall in 2016, the reviews continue to be high. prove that the Nature’s Variety raw diet is complete and balanced for all dogs, at any age. This made them the first and only raw diet to be scientifically approved that way.DogTipper Review: Like most dogs, our two dogs love frozen treats. We occasionally let them lick the bowl when we’ve finished an ice cream dessert but, because it has so much sugar and lactose (not to mention fat and calories), we don’t give our dogs human ice cream. Because of this, we jumped at the chance to sample Sweet Spots, the doggie ice cream from Nature’s Variety, to see how our dogs liked this ice cream goodie made especially for canines.