Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food I knew that I had to make Francis try it because otherwise it's tough to get her to eat properly.
Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food is meant to be added to kibble or canned food as a supplementary source of protein and nutrients. You may also serve the freeze-dried food alone or as a treat like many of the reviewers on Chewy.com's site have pointed out. The Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food contains beef, beef liver, beef heart, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, d-Calcium, among other nutrients. The freeze-dried food is also gluten and grain-free; as well as free of corn, wheat, and soy. This food topper is supposed to be made with ingredients that will aid in your dog's digestive health and provide them with the nutrients that their body needs.
As picky as Francis is with her food, she immediately liked the smell of the Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food. When I add a few of the nuggets on top of her kibble (I'm going to call them that since they do have a nugget appearance) she eats a lot more food than usual. Francis also really likes the little nuggets as snacks, and to be honest I'd rather give her these than the usual dog treats that don't always have the best ingredients. Another thing that surprised me was the fact that all three dogs loved the same thing, that almost never happens.
Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food, I decided to test it out on Buster to see if this would also get his stamp of approval. Little did I know that Buster would go absolutely crazy for the freeze-dried nuggets. When I add them on his kibble he eats the freeze-dried nuggets first, and then he goes for the kibble.
Even Bowie really loved the Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food! And I happen to enjoy that these come small bite sized pieces for puppies and smaller dog breeds.
Nature's Variety Instinct Raw Freeze-Dried Dog Food. The 6oz bag costs $12.52, while the 14oz bag costs $26.49. This is a pricey item whether you have one or three dogs, considering that the suggested serving is above a 1-2 cups (1 cup = 8 oz). What I would do is use these sparingly as a topper or as a healthier snack. That way you won't go through a bag ridiculously quick. I'm personally very happy to see all my dogs enjoy it, but even happier to see that Francis is eating a lot better.
Is your dog a picky eater? Let me know in the comments below.
Disclaimer: The product was sent for review purposes. I am not getting paid by Chewy to share the product on my blog. All opinions are entirely my own and based on my observations.