Review: Nutrish dog food

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nutrish. All opinions are 100% mine.


I received a sample of Rachel Ray’s new Nutrish “Just 6” dog food in the mail the other day to feed to our pup, Bentley. I wasn’t too sure of feeding B a different brand of dog food.

We currently feed him Canidae, which is supposed to be this high-end grain-free formula that you find at Mother’s Market or Whole Foods (yes, we feed him better food than we feed ourselves). The problem is, B doesn’t really like it. I feel like he eats it just because that’s all we give him. But whenever our friend’s dog is staying with us, he prefers that dog’s food instead.

In order to see whether B preferred Nutrish or Canidae, I placed both bowls in front of him, each filled with dog food from each brand.

Within seconds, Nutrish was gone! I was glad to see he really liked it.

Just what I need…another man telling me what to do…

At first I was concerned about the ingredients. Dog food is known for its fillers, and less than stellar ingredients such as soy and corn. But Nutrish Just Six is comprised of six key ingredients, no fillers, no corn, no soy, no wheat. Love it! 

And you can love it too by requesting a free sample

Hope your pup enjoys it as much as B!

Rachael Ray Nutrish just 6 dry dog food

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2 thoughts on “Review: Nutrish dog food

  1. May 6, 2011 at 11:41 am

    Hey! I just found your blog through The fabulous life of a coach’s wife and I am loving it! I am a newlywed on a budget, too, and I have found lots of your ideas really helpful. We currently don’t have any money to actually budget (we are two student teachers living on student loans) but when we have jobs in the Fall (fingers crossed) I hope to implement lots of your suggestions! So, thanks!

    Also, we feed our dog better than ourselves, too. We actually make her homemade food a lot of the time, but this 6 ingredient food sounds really good. I am definitely going to check it out!

  2. May 3, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    LOL! I know what you mean about feeding your dog better than yourself. I buy four different types of food for Gunner (my Great Dane), and then measure out the amount I want to come from each source. He gets Eagle Pack, Holistic Select, and then two varieties of Taste of Wild (Wild High Prairie and Wild Pacific Stream). Depending on his growth stages (at least how I am able to assess them), determines how much from each source he gets. …For my husband and I, it’s whatever I throw together. LOL. We’ll cut our own food budget before we mess with his. How sad is that?

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