For this review we have selected NutriSource Adult Chicken & Rice Formula Dog Food. The first five ingredients in the food are:
After reading this review, I find myself wondering what qualifies Mike to be a “dog food advisor”. It seems that he doesn’t know much about dog health/nutrition (based on his own words above that he’s not qualified to answer questions) and he admittedly doesn’t do research to the origin of foods, which is completely negligent. I have a few comments on this article.
Purina aside, does anyone have any thoughts about Nutrisca? I peeked over at the review side and while everyone’s dogs apprear to be doing great on it, it seems the company has shut out any questions of who actually makes the food. And, PetSmart stocks it in the same isle as they do Pedigree, their store brand, Purina, and the other junk foods (they need to move Blue Buffalo to that isle and bump Wellness and Nature’s Variety up….!).
Nutrisca Dog Food Reviews, Coupons and Recalls ..
NutriSource Grain Free Dog Food | Review | Rating | Recalls
I can’t get over how awesome the ingredients of Nutrisca dog food are. Happy pet owners are thrilled to serve this food to their dogs, and that’s an awesome sign. For example, Lisa L. left a review on Influenster stating that her dog has sensitivities to grains. Since switching to Nutrisca, her overall health and weight have improved.The below NextGen Dog’s NutriSource dog food review analyzes product’s ingredients and nutrition, sourcing and manufacturing, any certifications and marketing claims used.All reliable Pro Pac Dog and Pro Pac Puppy Food reviews point in the same direction: that this is a great food to feed your pet! Many customers found this food when their breeders recommended it to them for their puppies, or when they had to stop buying a more expensive premium brand and were looking for a healthy, alternative option for their pets.This food gets 4 stars because it uses many plant sourced proteins. Additionally, protein meal as the first ingredient as opposed to straight protein, but this is not a big concern. It’s simply a more affordable option for those looking to feed their pets good food. The balance of nutrients, acids, and more all make this a great food.Okay. These reviews are a starting point. The only things reviewed are the ingredients and nutritional analysis, which is the only information that is reliable unchanging. (Formulas can change, but they generally don’t at the drop of a hat like recalls do.) If you want to chose a dog food, you can start at the reviews, and then look at the companies recall history, reliability, etc. The article “The Problem With Dog Food Reviews” simply explains the rating process, and what else needs to be looked at after the review. Here is a link to a guide on finding good dog foods beyond DFA reviews: