About Nature's Logic for Dogs
A Truly Natural Diet for Your Dog
Nature's Logic provides pet parents with all-natural pet food options to help them thrive. They use the highest-quality protein sources from meat, poultry and fish, plus carefully selected fruits and vegetables. It's truly a 100% natural diet that gives pets the essential nutrients they need without the use of synthetic supplements.
No Chemically Synthesized Ingredients
All of Nature's Logic's dog food options, from their kibble to their canned foods, derive the essential nutrients your dog needs for a healthy life from natural, wholesome food ingredients. There are no chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals or amino acids added or any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives used.
Packed With High-Quality Proteins
Nature's Logic believes that your dog's food should reflect the diet that their ancestors thrived on, so they make sure to only use the highest quality animal proteins. In both their canned and dry food lines, they offer a wide range of proteins from beef, chicken, duck and salmon to lamb, pork, rabbit, turkey, sardine and venison.
Variety of Protein Options Ideal for Rotation
The canned and dry dog food offered by Nature's Logic has been carefully formulated and crafted to provide your pet with a variety of nutritionally balanced options, so you can find one that suits them the best. These foods are perfect for pet parents that are looking to keep mealtime exciting by feeding their dog a rotational diet.
About Nature's Logic
Nature's Logic began developing pet foods in 2005 with the intention of creating balanced recipes that do not rely on synthetic supplements to meet required nutritional levels. Their ultimate goal is to provide pet parents with a wholesome and nutritious pet food made with safe, natural ingredients that they can feel good about feeding their dogs and cats.
Kudos to Nature’s Logic for shining light on just how heavily the pet food industry relies on the use of synthetic vitamins and minerals. This natural philosophy is even harder to find in a processed kibble. My Yorkies have tried both the Nature’s Logic chicken and lamb dry recipes, and they enjoyed the taste of both. While some pet parents have warned that the wholesome ingredients can be a tad “rich” for sensitive tummies, my small Yorkie with IBS tolerated both formulas just fine after a slow and careful transition. Although Nature’s Logic doesn’t have a specific line for Small Breeds, their universal kibble size is surprisingly very small (1/4”) and was easily crunched by both 5lb mouths in my home. Please see my picture above for size reference—perhaps large dog owners might find the kibble too tiny. While my Yorkies don’t eat this brand exclusively, Nature’s Logic has definitely added some delicious variety and “natural” nutrition to our dry food rotation.
We have 7 dogs that are truly at all stages of life. They all love this dog food! None of them have any digestion issues and their coats look healthy and shinny. I would highly recommend this dog food to any doggy parents.
When the bag got here I put it on the floor by the sealed container of did we still had to finish (abt 5#). After abt 10 minutes I heard a rustling since and I went into the kitchen. Daisy has turn a hike in the bag to get at this new food. I'm not sure what has changed but after a week she only eats it when it's mixed with her evening meal of chicken and rice.
When I got my dog from the shelter he had diarrhea from the get-go. It was stress induced for sure. When I switched to this food though, diarrhea would come and go but all of his stool was soft. It also made him have to go a lot. I'm talking four times a day. I kept giving it to him to see if it would improve with time but I can no longer deal with diarrhea. I just began the switch to a new food today.
This food at first I thought was really good for my dog. She liked it a lot, she had good poops on it, whatever’s. But as time went on she started peeing ALOT. She used to pee once or twice on a 2 mile walk. With this food she started peeing up to 15 times per walk. I knew something was wrong. After thousands of dollars at the vet it was concluded this food was making her urine get crystals in it. She didn’t develop any bladder stones yet thank god but this food made her proteinurea go through the roof and crystals in her urine. This food has almost double and triple than that of normal phosphorus and calcium amounts in other dog foods. Not only that, her eyes started to completely turn blue like as if she was getting cataracts. I will attach a picture of her eyes when she was on this food. Since then I have put her on royal canin boxer specific formula and she’s back to peeing about 5 times a walk and the blueness in her eyes have almost completely reversed. Almost back to normal.
I LOVE this brand so much, and so do my dogs. My rat terrier mix started being super picky and i tried so many brands of food, including frozen raw brands, and this is the only brand she consistently eats and actually gets excited for. My shiba inu mix loves it as well - she's the type that will eat almost anything, but it still says a lot when she whines at me the whole time i'm preparing her meal (i mix the dry and canned of this brand). Their fur is shiny, eyes bright, and their butt-logs are solid and healthy. No more butt-scooting/gland problems anymore either. I love the ingredients, actual food and not just isolated vitamins, and i love the price for the quality. For people on a budget and who don't have time to home-prepare their dogs' meals, it is arguably the best quality food. I love the variety of proteins. I am able to rotate proteins and keep their diet a bit diverse but still keep to the brand I, and my girls, love.
My dog has only been on this for four days, and I've been mixing it with his old food for a slow transition but he's really eating it well so far.
Made with USA raised chickens, non-GMO millet, no synthetic vitamins or minerals, and infused with probiotics. Pups love it. Mom approved.
My golden has had a lot of issues when it comes to finding the right food. He has several allergies, which makes it hard to find a food that he does well on. He is not just surviving on Natures Logic, he is finally thriving. I love that the chicken food has no pork products (he's extremely prone to getting parasites), and DOES have grain. The millet helps keep him from having issues with candida. I've tried 8+ different types of food in his two years of life, and finally found one I can stick with.
My dogs are very picky on kibbles and they loved this natures logic chicken meal feast so much