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1. 100% Hypoallergenic Dog Food – No More Paw Licking & Skin Scratching – Solves Pet Food Allergies Naturally – No…
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2. Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Grain-Free Venison & Lamb Meal Formula Dry Dog Food, 23.5 lb. Bag
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3. Dog Food Love: Allergy-Free Recipes, Vegetarian Edition: Homemade Dog Food Guide Included
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4. Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Bison Formula Dry Dog Food, 4.5-Pound
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5. Hills Science Diet Adult Grain Free Dog Food, 21-Pound Bag
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We’ve been strictly grain-free with our dog since we got her almost four years ago from a no-kill sanctuary that was feeding her one of the junk supermarket brands (short name, starts with an I). For a long time we had her on the various flavors of Blue Buffalo Wilderness but for the last year or so she’s been on Merrick’s grain-free kibble (used to be called B.G. – Before Grain – but has since been slightly overhauled but quality is equal). We’re always looking at the various new grain-free kibbles, so the chance to sample Instinct’s Raw Boost Chicken Meal formula was a welcome one. The hook is that, along with the traditional kibble pieces, there are freeze-dried nuggets of raw food mixed in, designed to aid in digestive health.I’m not a vet, I’m not a dog food expert – I consult a couple different websites that really seem to have an authoritative take on pet food (easily found when googling “pet food analysis” or something similar). You can also find a good deal of information the official Nature’s Variety website. I’m distrustful of any edible pet food products coming out of China. Unfortunately, Nature’s Instinct DOES source one ingredient from China – rabbit – justifying it with the claim that it’s the best place to get rabbit meat. I don’t think China is the best place to get ANY pet food ingredient. Even if Chinese rabbit meat is as safe as Nature’s Variety claims it is, I despise supporting any edible pet products sourced even partially from China. That countries products have killed or sickened too many dogs to give them a pass on anything, in my opinion.That said, this particular formula, Instinct Raw Boost Chicken Meal, does not appear to contain any rabbit. It also doesn’t have any chemicals.Read more ›.

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