Features June 2016 Issue

Nature’s Variety Dog Food Review

Whether you want to feed kibble, canned, dehydrated, or raw-frozen, there is an Instinct grain-free food for your dog.

Nature’s Variety Dog Food Review

This company provides quality foods in every form – raw frozen, canned, kibble, and dehydrated – and with multiple protein sources.

Nature’s Variety was founded on the principle that dogs (and cats) should be given a variety of dietary options, both in terms of ingredients (chicken, beef, lamb, pork, etc.) and in the very form of food they are given (kibble, canned, etc.). While many companies offer a dry and a canned form of their products, Nature's Variety is ahead of the curve in adding frozen raw diets to its offerings. To ensure that consumers were well educated about these unique products and the concept of “rotational feeding” – very new at the time – Nature’s Variety products were sold only in independent pet supply stores when they were introduced to the retail market in 2002. Nature’s Variety offers two distinctly different lines of food: Instinct and Prairie. True to the promise of “variety” present in the company’s name, each line offers several forms of food – which may include kibble, canned, raw frozen, dehydrated raw, and/or treats – that are all formulated in accordance with the precepts of that line.

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