Rated 5 out of 5 by Luvmyk9 Must taste good
My dog eats this and the duck flavor. I put in down for him and he goes at it. Must taste good cause he cleans the bowl every time.
July 16, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hamphoops Not for sensitive stomachs
Limited ingredients or not this caused my dog to have diarrhea. Maybe it's the wild boar. I won't reorder.
July 16, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5
by Ladycantebury Boar
Fudgesickle suffers from extensive allergies and every time I would feed him this formula, it caused him to scratch himself, into a frenzy.
June 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Parker Great supplement
I am backing off of common known allergenes known to dogs. This product fits the criteria of no corn, wheat or soy. No milk or eggs or beef and chicken. My boy loves it. Working on treats that I have recently ordered to see if there is an improvement. Mainly no grain.
May 20, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hunterland A different flavor
I liked the ingredients and the price on the Natural Balance dog food, but the real review should be told from my dogs' perspectives. They ate it after smelling it a while, it does not seem to be their favorite, but they consume all that is put out. The texture is more pasty than others which speaks to the rice mush ingredients, but over all it is what I've chosen to continue with.
I wish the cans had pop top lids because opening the cans is not as convenient.
May 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saveapitbull Healthy best quality for our 15yr old dog
This brand and flavor is perfect for our lovely 15yr old Pitbull. Yes 15!! She loves it, and is living well and long due to this brand. Her poops are always firm on this. We give her 1 can of this and 2 scoops of their kibble (Sweet potato and Bison). Nothing has produced such great results, her allergies are gone and she has no signs of slowing down. Vision, brain and muscle tone are great. We will only feed any pet this brand from now on. Great value on Chewy!! Thanks Chewy!!
May 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SoCalDoggie Excellent for common protein sensitive dogs
My dog is allergic to the common proteins used in dog food, chicken and beef. After several trips to her vet and one trip to a dog dermatologist (yes they exist) it was determined she's allergic to the common proteins. The pet dermatologist gave us a prescription for a hydrolyzed protein dry food that contains corn starch. It's an extremely expensive cost prohibitive food. We have two dogs, only one with allergies and we needed something both could eat. Of course, both could have eaten the prescription diet, but it would have been just too expensive. I sat down and did a lot of research into foods and found several articles speaking to the common protein foods vs unique protein foods. My search narrowed it down to 5 brands. Further research gave me the answer. Natural Balance no only provides foods with uncommon protein sources, the foods are far more affordable, don't require a prescription and are available in many more places. The food has helped my dog tremendously. Her fur is growing back. She's no longer scratching and itchy all the time. She's more playful and her fur is now shiny. Natural Balance works.
November 20, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by motobbq One of the better Natural Balance canned foods
The wild boar and brown rice formula gets 3.5 stars from dogfoodadvisor (dot) com, and the lamb and brown rice gets 4 stars. These are the only two varieties I feed my senior dog. Both list meat as the first ingredient, and have higher crude protein percentages.
I have a 13-year old pitbull that was diagnosed with atypical hypothyroid disease about a year ago. He did not respond well to soloxine, the standard med prescribed for the disease. He was eating a high quality kibble, Fromm's senior gold. Upon consulting with a holistic vet, I started feeding home-cooked food plus a high quality canned food. After one month, his full thyroid panel showed normal levels and we actually reduced the dosage of soloxine. Chewy's prices make it economical for me to give him a variety of protein sources. He continues to do well, and both the wild boar and lamb recipes seem to agree with him.
March 29, 2015