Nature's Logic Canine Chicken Meal Feast All Life Stages Dry Dog Food

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  • 100% natural formula made free of chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals or amino acids. Plus, the kibble and packaging are produced with 100% renewable electricity.
  • Contains minimally processed food, such as dried kelp, blueberries, spinach and cranberries.
  • Probiotics and digestive enzymes added after cooking help maintain proper digestion.
  • Grain-inclusive formula contains non-GMO millet, a low glycemic grass seed.
  • MSG-free formula made free of hydrolyzed proteins, corn, wheat, rice or soy.

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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.

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Top IngredientsChicken Meal, Millet, Chicken Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols)...Turkey Meal, Millet, Turkey Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols)...Duck Meal, Millet, Turkey Meal...Pork Meal, Millet, Pork Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols)...Beef Meal, Millet, Chicken Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols)...
Special DietGluten Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Gluten Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Gluten Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Gluten Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Gluten Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...
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Food FlavorPoultry, ChickenPoultry, TurkeyPoultry, Seafood & Fish, Salmon, Turkey, DuckPoultry, Meat, Turkey, Pork, RabbitMeat, Beef
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Questions & Answers

25 Customer Questions

Is this Nature's Logic Distinction?
Answer by FyryredAug 11, 2023
No, per Nature’s Logic website, the Distinction line is only sold at specialty pet food stores. In my small town, it’s sold in a pet food boutique type store. Ingredients in this “Original” line and “Distinction” are different.

What country is natures logic produced and are all their ingredients also procured in the same country
Answer by ChewyMar 27, 2020
This food is manufactured in the USA. Nature’s Logic selects vendors that can supply ingredients from the USA and other countries with good food safety practices, such as New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Europe. They also require their vendors can guarantee that the ingredients do not come from China, and that they contain no chemical preservatives, herbicides, or insecticides.

How many cups come per bag?
Answer by ChewyOct 15, 2018
There will be approximately 4 cups per pound of kibble. The 4.4 pound bag will have close to 17 cups, the 15.4 pound bag close to 61 cups and the 26.4 pound bag close to 105 cups.

What is the carbohydrate percentage?
Answer by ChewyJul 31, 2019
This recipe has a carbohydrate content of 32.09% on a dry matter basis.

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294 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Fyryred on Aug 7, 2023

Complete Garbage

My 5 month old large breed puppy has developed an antibiotic persistent UTI and crystals in her urine since being on this “All Lifestages Food”. My vet says all lifestages is not appropriate for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. Furthermore, the super high protein in this food is highly inappropriate for a puppy. Too much protein in this food definitely made my puppy super gassy and her poop was VERY stinky and runny on this food despite a two week transition. We’re well over $1000 in vet bills with our poor puppy who we’ve been trying to potty train while having these urinary difficulties. My vet also said too high of a protein content can make a puppy’s urine acidic which in turn provides a good environment for urinary bacteria to thrive. We switched our puppy to a more appropriate food without a transition and the gas and runny stool was gone immediately. This food needs to be pulled from circulation immediately before it causes more damage to people’s dogs. People also have to be aware of the phosphorus and calcium ratios, especially when feeding this poison to large breed puppies whose growth plates can get really messed up with too much calcium. Thank goodness x-rays revealed no stones and blood tests showed no kidney damage. I won’t even donate this food to a shelter.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Jul 31, 2023

An investigation must be performed on this and it should be pulled

I recently started purchasing this dog food a few months ago because I read about it in the Dog food advisor website and they were on the list of very good foods that come highly recommended and for the past few months been having quite a number of issues. My poor dogs have been throwing up and having horrible mucus diarrhea and it happened with our first lot number, so I called your company and they sent me another shipment with a different lot number (2 small bags.) I had no issues with the first bag, but just recently opened the second one and we are once again having more digestive issues. I've stopped giving them this food now and was on the phone with your agent Renee who was very helpful, but I'm ordering a totally different food now. These issues have been going on since first using this food and my dogs have suffered long enough. I asked Renee if there have been other complaints and he is now seeing more complaints. I am going to contact the Dog food advisor company as well and inform them, Something must be done to pull this food off the shelves/from being ordered and an investigation done!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By rick on Aug 22, 2023

Bilious vomiting?

Based on upscale pet store recommendation, we fed our dog this for several years. It’s my fault but she threw up bile for years, 1-3 times a month. Adjusted amounts, timing, had numerous exams/tests. Finally switched, no more vomit. Very possibly this is a quality food and not a good fit for my dog. But, mentioning in case others have similar issues.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DavidT on Sep 3, 2023

My Whippet loves it!

Foxy has been on this food for a couple years now and she is doing great. Skin and fur are perfect, and she loves it.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Maui on Jun 5, 2023

Dogs liked but gave them bloody diarrhea

I have very picky eaters so I was happy when my dogs ate this up. Unfortunately they both got terrible diarrhea and one had an explosive accident with a lot of blood. As soon as I switched their food back, everything went back to normal. My dogs switch brands of foods ALL of the time and never have issues, so unfortunately, I believe it has to be the food!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By YorkieGirl on Apr 4, 2023
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Tiny kibble size even works for toy breeds!

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.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By KD on May 30, 2023

Natures logic chicken

The ingredients are great but none of my four dogs are excited about it (including my 50lb eats literally anything mutt) and theres always a little kibble left over in the bowl when they’re done. For the price I was expecting bowl licking good!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ruby on May 21, 2023

Healthy and Delicious

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.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Chickenhat on Apr 13, 2023

Highs and lows

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.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Zach on Mar 29, 2023

Wanted to like it but...

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.