I hate to admit this, but I have fussy pups. They are fussy about their treats, their toys and of course, their food. MOST dogs will scarf down anything you put in front of them, but not my border collies. Now, add in the fact that I’m trying to feed them healthy food, and it’s an uphill battle. Pinnacle Food comes to my rescue.
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The first few days I was mixing in Pinnacle food, I thought my dogs had forgotten how to eat. They were inhaling their food like I’d given them a bowl of treats. Over the next few days my dogs started to normalize in their eating speed. They really loved this food.
Now one of my doggies has, let’s call it, a sensitive stomach. Even if she loves something, it may not agree with her after the fact. Pinnacle food gave her no issues at all. She loved it and it loved her right back.
Pinnacle food is made of things like sweet potato, pumpkin, quinoa and cottage cheese. It’s natural and includes high quality proteins. It’s grain free and contains fiber. The food helps keep joints healthy. With two border collies who jump and run and play (a lot), this is a major concern of mine. I want to keep them as healthy and active as long as possible.
Pinnacle is made in California. It’s made of quality ingredients and it’s made right here in the U.S. I love knowing that the stuff in the bag is good for my dogs and they love it. It’s a win for everyone. My dogs’ health is super important to me. However, I also want to know they love meal time. Pinnacle gives us the best of both worlds.
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