**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are ours and ours alone**
It's no secret that Chewy.com is our one-stop shop for everything Jessie (our pup) needs. One of the great products at Chewy.com is Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Natural Open Range Recipe. We were sent a month long supply of this new dog food and we'll be sharing our experience with y'all over a course of several posts. First, let's learn a little more about this food and it's benefits.
Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Natural Open Range Recipe with Beef, Venison & Lamb Dry Dog Food is a delicious protein-rich recipe brimming with real venison, lamb and USA farm-raised beef as the #1 ingredient. It’s a hearty meal chock full of nutritious ingredients including peas, potatoes and cranberries. Plus, it’s free of gluten, grains and fillers. With 30% high-quality protein, it will help your pup stay satisfied and full of energy. The high-quality proteins provided in this formula provide essential nutrients to help support healthy organs and lean muscle mass. Chicken fat, whole flaxseed and menhaden fish meal are naturally rich sources of Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids, which help support healthy skin and coat.
This is our wrap up post after feeding Peak to Jessie for a 30 day period and let's just say we are huge fans! Here energy level has increased noticeably and her coat is smooth and shiny. She still seems to love the taste and we're really enjoying the visible benefits. I'd say Peak is definitely worth a try if you are interested in boosting energy with a high-quality dry dog food!
You can find a 23 pound bag of Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Natural Open Range Recipe with Beef, Venison & Lamb Dry Dog Food for just under $42 at Chewy.com
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