Nutrish Northern Woodlands Recipe™ With Turkey, Duck & Quail
Nutrient-dense recipes to satisfy your dog’s instinctual cravings™
Packed with the delicious proteins dogs instinctually crave, Nutrish® PEAK™ Northern Woodlands Recipe™ is a natural food made with added vitamins and chelated minerals. Real U.S. farm-raised turkey is always the #1 ingredient — combined with protein-rich duck, quail and essential nutrients to help your pup thrive.see more...
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After 3 meals and not seeing any difference in their bowls. I'm a happy fur mama that will more than likely be switching from our current brand that is 4 times more the amount in price. Same ingredients and high quality products in them. I'm happy to say that ALL 5 of my dogs ate it and left not one single kibble in their bowls. This was sent to us for review at no cost and my opinions are my own.
First off, thank you for voxbox. I'm glad that it's a nutritious food that won't harm our pets.
My dog is a 4 y/o chihuahua mix. I currently feed her a grain free chicken & pea dry food sprinkled with water. So when I received the food, I thought my dog would love it. I started off introducing it to her slowly and mixing it in with her regular food. At first she was gobbling it up. Then I increased the amount of the nutrish a little and she was still interested. But when it came to about after a week eating it, she was leaving food behind. So unfortunately I had to stop giving her the nutrish and go back to just her regular food. But I will try to give it to her in those treat balls kind of as treats and we'll see how it goes.
Pros: good quality ingredients, Zoey loved the taste, loved how the bag looked and there was a coupon inside for a good amount off our next bag. I will purchase again for sure.
Cons: her science diet has a Velcro shut bag, and I wish this one did too!! I would suggest a slide zip bag but sometimes those can break. Just something to keep her food closed and fresh.
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