Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost Dog Food- The Pack Mom Review
Apr 30, 2014 - Jenn Fadal, The Pack Mom, reviews Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Boost dog food. Learn what she has to say.
Just to add onto my previous comment, I’d definitely recommend your idea of going raw over your husband wanting to feed Blue Buffalo (or any kibble for that matter). Blue Buffalo is a decent food, I used to feed it, however after I switched to raw (I do homemade) my dogs are the healthiest they’ve ever been. I just got a new puppy Saturday and I put her right onto raw, she’s doing great. If you do decide to go with kibble, at least check out some of the reviews here because there are food sout there that a much better quality than Blue – Nature’s Variety Instinct, Orijen, and Acana are some good choices.
I researched freeze dried raw and Primal looked to be a good choice. So I thought to switch her to it and bought a small bag to mix with her Instinct dry kibble slowly. She really loves it, but I am wondering if I should try Nature’s Variety Instinct freeze-dried first before switching her to Primal. Because Nature’s Variety is designed for rotation feeding, so that means I could put her on freeze-dried raw right away without having to gradually transition. However, my concern is that the review here states for supplemental feeding only, while Instinct website says it can be main meal or a mixer. I trust Dog Food Advisor reviews greatly and therefore hesitating about this food until I get some clarification.
Nature's Variety Instinct Original - Dog Food Advisor
Although it is a quality item, raw duck contains about 80% water.
Innovation is definitely one of the key drivers of their business, and that's made their Instinct brand one of the leaders in the raw pet food industry. Nature's Variety was named as one of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America for three years in a row in the .The Nature's Variety raw dog food reviews I read really won me over. All of their nutritious, holistic pet foods are made with special attention to how they’re made with healthy, whole ingredients. Most of all, that's what I look for in dog food, as a loving dog owner.Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you lnow that I continued doing my research regarding raw food and it happened to be Matias’ time to get his annual shots so I asked the vet her opinion about raw food. She suggested to stay away from it as it has a high risk of containing bacteria and it can be harmful not obly for the dog but for humans too. I was scared about that comment and went to google and found the same advice on the FDA site. Then I realized that I had previously fed Matias with Nature’s variety Instinct Salmon meal formula without knowing thst it was a dehydrated raw food and we never got sick and that was the best food that he’s been on so far, although it did not eliminate his itching completely. So now I don’t know what to do and what is best for us. Please help here!