Friday, December 2, 2016

Chewy.com November Pick: Natural Balance L.I.D. White Fish & Sweet Potato Grain-Free Wet Dog Food!

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

Chewy.com is your one-stop shop for all things cat and dog!  One of the fantastic products you can find at Chewy.com is from Natural Balance:


Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets expose your pet to only a limited number of healthy ingredients with White Fish and Sweet Potato Formula Flaked Grain-Free Wet Dog Food. Delicious flakes of premium white fish and sweet potato are cooked to perfection in a savory broth for a recipe that delivers all the essential nutrients your dog needs. With animal protein from just a single source, limited wholesome carbohydrates and no grains, this L.I.D. formula makes a great alternative food for sensitive pets.

Key Benefits
Savory high-quality flaked whitefish in broth
Uses only a single source of animal protein
Wholesome carbohydrates provide highly digestible energy
100% grain-free limited ingredient diet
Can be used as a topper for dry kibble
Clear tubs come in a convenient size
Complete and balanced nutrition for adult dogs


Jessie loves these as a topper for her dry food...it appears to really mp up the flavor with chunky bits of fish and potato and extra gravy.  She absolutely devours it!  Sometimes she needs a little encouragement to eat the dry stuff, so this is really helpful in making sure she's eating enough:)  They are also great for travelling which will come in handy this holiday season!

You can find Natural Balance L.I.D. White Fish and Sweet Potato Grain-Free Wet Dog Food at Chewy.com for $30.96 for a case of 24 2.75 oz tubs.

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