This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nutrish for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Now, I know this may seem strange that I’m discussing dog food today. I’m sure the Tom’s of Maine post threw you for a loop, too. Yes, this is a sponsored post, but I only accept sponsorship for items I would actually use. I don’t want to push away any readers, though it isn’t home related, it does affect our family. And if you think of your dog as a member of your family, this may affect you, too.
Recently, we received a sample of Rachael Ray Nutrish just 6 dry dog food.
Nutrish dog food has only six wholesome ingredients: lamb, brown rice, ground rice, beet pulp, poultry fat, and chicken flavor. Vitamins and minerals are added, too, for complete nutrition. I try to feed my boys healthy food, why not my dog? Because the ingredients are natural, they are also dog and eco-friendly. Jack didn’t seem to care about the health benefits, but she did like the taste.
And the texture.
In fact, she thought it was
finger paw lickin’ good.
She finished the entire bowl within five minutes. Usually her food sits around for a day before she eats it, perhaps waiting for something better?
Everyone knows, pets can be expensive, racking up vet bills, grooming, toys and food. Healthy diet and exercise do wonders for human and dog health. This well-rounded doggie meal can help keep your dog healthy and happy longer, perhaps even reducing vet visits, saving you money.
I happen to love Rachael Ray. She seems like such a normal, caring and giving person. The kicker about this dog food? The proceeds go to charities such as North Shore Animal League America and the ASPCA. How great is that? You’re helping save animals just by feeding your dog. Gotta love a product with a cause. If you want to know more, visit Rachael’s Rescue to get the scoop.
Now that I’ve shared our experience, sign up to receive a free sample to share with your dog.
2 thoughts on “Green = Green: Nutrish”
What a beautiful dog! The kibble size of the food looks pretty big for our small pooch, but I may check out the nutrish dog treats!
Thanks, Carole. She is beautiful, if only she could be trusted when not on a leash. You could request a free sample or see if they have smaller sizes. But we really did like the Nutrush.