g'day y'all. it's product review time and bailey is ready to get this ball rolling. this month we picked a good one. actually, every month we pick good ones, because chewy only sells good ones.
this month we are trying (and when i say "we" i mean "bailey") instinct by nature's variety raw boost mixers beef recipe freeze-dried dog food topper. as the name indicates, they are freeze-dried which makes them very soft and crumbly. as a "mommy" to a tiny doggie with very weak jaw strength, and not all of her teeth, this is always top on my list when choosing what i feed her.
these little morsels contain:
beef, beef liver, beef kidney, pumpkinseeds, beef spleen, carrots, apples, butternut squash, ground flaxseed, montmorillonite clay, dried kelp, broccoli, mixed tocopherols, apple cider vinegar, salmon oil, rosemary extract, blueberries, dried chicory root
* all natural, minimally processed, pure, real nutrition
* supports proper digestion, healthy skin & coat, energy and vitality
* made without - grain, potato, corn, wheat, soy, by-product meal, artificial colors or preservatives
* made in lincoln nebraska "with the finest ingredients from around the world"
from their web site on their ingredients:
"We strive to source our ingredients from the U.S. where possible, but our first priority is superior quality. That’s why our grass-fed lamb and venison are sourced from New Zealand and our farm-raised rabbit is from France. We hold ourselves, and our suppliers, to the highest standards."
besides adding an extra "boost" to your dog's kibble, they are also perfect to use as a treat.
i like to carry a small container of them in our doggie bag, just in case.
bailey loved these mixers. when she finished her taste test, she wanted more, so she is happy to award instinct by nature's variety raw boost mixers beef recipe freeze-dried dog food topper her pink paw seal of approval
disclaimer: i received this product free of charge from chewy.com in exchange for my honest review.
until we meet again my friends-