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We routinely rotate food in our house, and right now Lulu is eating Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diet -- Sweet Potato and Bison.
We like Natural Balance for a few reasons:
Exotic proteins. Pets can grow intolerant of certain proteins over time, especially chicken, which shows up in most pet foods in treats. An exotic, high-quality animal protein like bison, venison and waygu beef(!) is good for pets with intolerances and allergies to certain foods.
Single animal protein. For the same reason you want an exotic protein, you also want just one protein. Many foods, even high quality foods, will have a good protein, but also include chicken.
Grain free. I've had many beagle owners tell me they avoid grains because they can cause seizures. There is no evidence this is the case. But some dogs definitely are allergic to grains. They can get itchy, have bald patches, hot spots and other problems.
A good limited ingredient diet has no grains but includes high quality products like sweet potato, which is great for digestive health and has lots of minerals.
|Nom, nom, nom! Limited Ingredient Diets help keep Lulu's tummy in check. A slow feeder helps with digestion too.|
On the site, company nutrition experts lay out 9 things to test for, from salmonella to melamine.
They even show you what a test report looks like. This way they ensure no bad food lands on the store shelf.
It's showing promise: Natural Balance hasn't had a dog food recall in years!
You can even get in touch with the company's nutritional experts to find out which formula is right for your pet!
Moreover, if you and your pet are not 100 percent satisfied with Natural Balance's food, you can get a refund! That's the Buy with Confidence guarantee.
You can find Natural Balance in many major stores, like PetSmart, and boutique stores too.
|Hey, Mom, can we take them all home|
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Natural Balance. The opinions and text are all mine.Dog itchy? Stomach problems? Maybe you need an LID! Check out @naturalbalance #webelieveinnb #ad https://t.co/LYdnhUDxAY— lifewithbeagle (@lifewithbeagle) December 5, 2016