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By Nature Natural Dog Food

Hi Neighbors!

Hope's Cafe has the next review!  It is By Nature Natural Dog Food.  I think Glory really liked it, so read Hope's review.  Thank  you to everyone who is regularly stopping by the Petacular Event!  Enjoy!


Wow, it seems like we just started this event, and here we are halfway through already! I have really enjoyed the products I've been able to review, as well as hearing about the reviews by At The Fence and PI Of Products! There are so many ways to pamper your pet, and so many great companies to help you do that! Today's featured company is By Nature, and they make natural dog and cat foods. I received the Pork and Sweet Potato Flavor Dry Dog Food for review, and let me tell you-Glory loves it!



Glory is the type of dog that nibbles at her food. She'll eat a couple bites, then move off and come back a few minutes later for another couple bites. This continues until late in the afternoon, when she finally finishes off her dish. When I gave Glory her first serving of By Nature's Pork and Sweet Potato Dog Food, I was amazed that she stayed at her dish until all the food was gone! I guess this food was a big hit with her! The food actually looks almost like cocoa puff chocolate cereal; one of the kids saw it and asked why I was feeding Glory chocolate cereal! It's actually much healthier than chocolate cereal though. :)



So, while Glory obviously loves the flavor of this food, I am a fan because of the ingredients. It's made with a single source of meat-pork-instead of a conglomeration of beef, chicken, pork, and any other meats they can find to throw in the mix! The food also contains a mix of vitamins and antioxidants, so while you're pet enjoys the flavor-you can enjoy knowing that she's actually eating something good for her, not just junk!



In addition to natural dog and cat foods, By Nature also offers grain-free pet foods, organic pet foods, and natural dog treats in a variety of flavors. You can find a store that carries By Nature Pet Foods using their retail locator, or shop online! 

Remember neighbors, our Petacular event still has more upcoming features, so stop by soon.  See you later, At the Fence!

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