Chewy 30 Day Challenge - First Thoughts

Thursday, February 2, 2017

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Last year I did a few 30 Day Challenges with Chewy and I'm excited to be participating in another one this month.   For 30 days I'll be trying out Rachael Ray Peak dog food and posting about my experience. 

So some basic information on this brand - well it comes in two flavors -Northern Woodlands Recipe with Turkey, Duck, and Quail, and Open Range Recipe with Beef, Venison, and Lamb.  For my pups we are going with the Open Range Recipe because I know they love their red meat!

One of the first things I noticed is that these recipes have NO by-product meal, artificial flavors or colors, no artificial preservatives, no grains, no glutens, and no fillers.  That's what I look for in a food so right off the bat I was impressed.  The first ingredient is US farm-raised beef. 

This is full of a high quality protein which gives dogs the right nutrients to support healthy organs and lean muscle mass.  That combined with nutrient-dense venison and lamb means a delicious but nutritious combo! High protein foods give my pups the energy they need so I am excited to see how they do with this.

There are some other great ingredients like Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids to support healthy skin and coat!

When I opened the bag I was so glad that the smell wasn't that typical overpowering dog food smell. It actually smelled like it could be human food.  That says a lot about this food to me.  I love the kibble texture and size and the dogs are obviously excited about it because they couldn't stop spinning in circles.  

So check back in a week or so to see how they are doing on it! 

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1 comment:

  1. My friends feed there days Rachel Rays dog food as well.


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