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Nature's Logic Canine Venison Meal Feast Dry Dog Food

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Product Description

Nature's Logic Venison Meal Feast is a highly palatable and nutrient dense meat-based dry dog food with concentrates of select fruits and vegetables. The kibble is specially coated with digestive enzymes and plasma protein containing high levels of natural vitamins, minerals and albumin and globulin proteins. Plus, the first ingredient is high protein venison meal, so you can rest easy knowing your dog is getting the best.

Key Benefits

  • 100% all-natural, gluten-free diet
  • Over 55% animal ingredients
  • Contains probiotics and enzymes
  • No corn, wheat, soy or potato
  • No synthetic vitamins or minerals
  • Suitable for all life stages
  • Made in the USA

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Item Number 54298
Special Diet
  • Gluten Free
  • No Corn No Wheat No Soy
Form
  • Dry Food
Country of Origin
  • United States
Lifestage
  • All Stages
  • Adult

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Ingredients

Venison Meal, Lamb Meal, Millet, Chicken Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Pumpkin Seed, Yeast Culture, Spray Dried Pork Liver, Alfalfa Nutrient Concentrate, Montmorillonite Clay, Dried Kelp, Spray Dried Lamb Plasma, Dried Tomato, Almonds, Dried Chicory Root, Dried Carrot, Dried Apple, Menhaden Fish Meal, Dried Pumpkin, Dried Apricot, Dried Blueberry, Dried Spinach, Dried Broccoli, Dried Cranberry, Parsley, Dried Artichoke, Rosemary, Dried Mushroom, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus casei Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium bifidium Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Dried Pineapple Extract, Dried Aspergillus niger Fermentation Extract, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract

Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very satisfied We are very satisfied with this kibble. We make every attempt to live a healthy lifestyle for our family and our dogs. We researched top dog foods, and even though we were buying a very good quality kibble and canned, our two German shepherds had to be coaxed at every meal to eat. From the first bowl of the NL venison kibble, and the canned NL sardine, they have eaten enthusiastically, even to the point of drooling while they wait for me to fix their meals. Their coats have become softer, and our male who has had allergies and ear problems, is seemingly free of these conditions. I rotate these kibbles and canned for protein variety. Our little jackapoo is loving this product too. I did try another online vendor, but when we compare the packaging these products were shipped in with the sturdy packaging from Chewy, here is where we will stay. We appreciate the whole Chewy system from the easy to use website, the variety of products, automated shipping, and the quality of the packaging. Thank you! February 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A no nonsense food ... The only dog food brand that does not need to add artificial vitamins and minerals because it uses real food in enough amounts to keep your dog healthy. Low carbs and being gluten free are a big plus for the health of our pets. The Non GMO millet used as a binder seems to be well tolerated and digestible making for small stool output. Sadly more crops are being Genetically modified, and we really don't know the long tern affect on the dogs gut. Nature's Logic sources of the ingredients are exceptional. The Venison is raised free range in New Zealand, and the laws of that country prevent feed lot feeding. Canines are red meat eaters and this diet provides all the important nutrients for good health. Having a Yellow Lab red eye stains have always been an issue. But feeding Nature's Logic for three months has removed them. I don't know the reason for this but had seen on Nature's Logic web site a testimonial about the same benefit. If you have to feed a kibble diet Nature's Logic is at the top of the food chain. October 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Waited until the blood panel results came in I have been feeding, on a rotation, all the Nature's Logic dog dry foods and have been very pleased. After about 6 months, my 9 year old GSD had his annual blood panel. All CBC and Chemistries were completly in line with the exception of a SLIGHTLY elevated BUN, typical for dogs eating higher protein foods. He loves the food, is bright eyed, good energy, no bad breath, not gassy, and has firm stools. I am convinced we made the right choice. My other dog will get his blood panels done in July. He is doing well on the food also. December 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nature's Logic Our pup is a rescue dog....as a puppy she had parvo and an invasive skin infection, which led to her stomach needing grafting. She came to us with stomach issues, which completely cleared up once she started eating Nature's Logic. Would highly recommend this product. Also Chewy.com offers great and fast service. February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best dog food. This is the best dog food on the market for many reasons: - Feed a lot less (one bag lasts months in my house). - No chemical vitamins, etc. - I contacted the company and they told me there are no GMOs in this food. - No itchy dog ears or skin (my dog doesn't react badly to this food at all). - My dog loves it, never gets tired of this food. I was buying a different high-end dog food and went through a large bag every month based on their feeding schedule. This food might cost a little bit more, but I only feed my dog a cup or so per day (half cup in the morning, half cup at night - more if he is really expending a lot of energy) and he has maintained a perfect weight and energy level. We used to have a lot of problems with him having diarrhea, itchy skin and ears, etc., and switching to this food has resolved ALL of these issues. I have been purchasing this food for three years for my Aussie, and buy about two to three bags per year - not bad in the long run. I just supplement raw carrots and other whole foods throughout the day as snacks and I have myself one happy Aussie. December 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great choice for chicken and grain allergies! I have an English Mastiff with both grain and chicken allergies. It is hard to find a reputable dog food that accommodates both. He had been on Nature's Logic Venison for 6 months now and LOVES it. He feels great and his weight at 168 is perfect! My dachshund loves it too! February 1, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not A Good Choice - Especially For Larger / Brachycephalic Dogs Please read this whole review before you write off the food based on my 2-star rating. It's the only way to do right by the company, which I still believe probably makes a good product. I'm also fairly certain that if you moisten this product with water and wait a few minutes to feed it, it will probably be fine for virtually any breed. For myself, however, that isn't acceptable - I rely on the crunch and jaw action of dry kibble to help keep my dogs' mouths and teeth healthy, which can be a challenge for brachycephalics. So dry kibble is a must from my perspective. I have 3 Olde English Bulldogges and a Shih-Tzu / Maltese cross. I don't think it's fair to blame Nature's Logic for stomach upset, because all 4 of my house mates here *CAN* have sensitive tummies. Food transition by itself, historically, doesn't seem to cause them a lot of problem - they have all always been on a rotational regimen, just to keep them from getting bored, and have tolerated it fairly well. But if the food has grain or other lower-quality ingredients in it, I see immediate consequences, so I'm careful about what I feed, even in rotation. Nevertheless, I gave this food the benefit of doubt because I *WAS* transitioning them to it, and I had at the same time introduced coconut oil into their diets. (I'm trying to find a way to alleviate skin sensitivity in one of them, without the use of steroids and antihistamines that vets so quickly tend to throw at a problem like that, which is why I've been testing different foods and supplements in the first place.) It *IS* fair to say, however, that all 4 of my dogs ended up with upset stomachs concurrent with the feeding of this food, and again, while I think it would be a gross misjudgment to blame their diarrhea and vomiting on the food entirely, because of the dietary change and coconut oil, I can definitely say that the tiny size of this kibble caused my bulldogs especially to repeatedly choke and gag on it, exacerbating the vomiting situation. And yes, occasionally even my little dustmop (who is also brachycephalic, I should point out, from his Shih-Tzu half) choked on it. I'm glad I bought only a very small sample to try, because after a few days of this, I was considering cleaning it out of my dog food bin and throwing it away, for the comfort, safety and well-being of my dogs. And that's really too bad, because they seemed to like the food's flavor and content very much. As it was, the coconut oil helped to make the kibble stick together and prevent loose kibble from entering their tracheas, and we had transitioned again to another test sample, and their issues seem to have dissipated. I would be willing to try this food again, but only if the formula were revised to offer a larger kibble size that I feel my dogs could safely eat without the danger of inhaling some of it and possibly causing a pneumonia or other serious problem. February 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pure and simple: this is quality dog food. I strive to give my dogs a quality food. Neither of them can tolerate canned food and raw food is too expensive. So, since I have to give them kibble I looked for one that is high quality. This food is it. Plus, one thing I love is they don't use peas. Do you know how many foods do? Well, my 3 year old is allergic to peas, so it makes my job more difficult. Anyway, this food uses a good amount of various meat and fish meals which I feel give my guys what they need. Also; in March we adopted a Terrier who had obviously had a terrible first year of her life. Her stool was a real problem, plus she often could not hold herself. Once I started feeding her this food her stools are firmer and very regular. Plus both of my guys have shiny coats and look healthy and even price is not an issue when giving a quality food, this food is competitively priced which is a real plus. October 31, 2014
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