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Rachel Ray Nutrish Naturally Delish

Hey neighbors!

Have you ever purchased Rachel Ray's Nutrish Naturally Delish Dog Food?

I recently received a packaged filled with Nutrish Naturally Delish Dog Food.
The new flavors, which are made from wholesome, simple ingredients like tender cuts of real meat and farm picked vegetables. There are no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives; no meat fillers or by-products, corn or wheat. (It also comes in a resealable container with a plastic lid, which is great for storage!)

Before I tell you more about the Naturally Delish, I just want to say, we have one really picky dog.  The others will eat anything.  And I mean anything, but Shadow is picky.  Sometimes she will just stop eating a food she has previously been eating.  So, I say that to tell you she ate her Naturally Delish!  All of it!

I like the size of the containers and that it comes with a plastic lid for resealing.  The food is moist and chunky  and our dogs ate every bite. They are the first wet dog food inspired by recipes from Rachel's kitchen.  I like knowing that it is good for them too.  There are no fillers, corn, wheat (the pasta in the Chicken Muttballs is made with Semolina Wheat Flour), Soy or anything artificial.  Just good food for your dog.

Next time you need more food for your dog, think about trying the Rachel Ray Naturally Delish.

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a package of Naturally Delish for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Annesphamily said…
We have 4 dogs here in sizes small to large so we need to check this out! Thanks for the share! I love the photos!

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