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

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

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    Good stuff!

    By Roxysmom on Oct 25, 2019

    I’ve purchased this food before. We tried the beef and one of my dogs got constipated so I tried another food. Now we are back to Nature’s Logic trying the pork flavor...so far so good for both my dogs. We are almost at 100% (mixing with previous food). I went back to Nature’s Logic because they don’ I’ve purchased this food before. We tried the beef and one of my dogs got constipated so I tried another food. Now we are back to Nature’s Logic trying the pork flavor...so far so good for both my dogs. We are almost at 100% (mixing with previous food). I went back to Nature’s Logic because they don’t spray on synthetic vitamins. They are more affordable then other 100% natural kibble(s). We have a pitbull and pitbull/GSD 9 month old. Great for all ages so I can feed both of my dogs the same food! … more

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    Not their favorite

    By Carol on Mar 12, 2019

    We have already gotten the beef and chicken flavors and the girls ate it right away. This pork flavor does not seem to be a favorite. Our girls pick at it rather than eating it right away.

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    My dogs just don't like this protein

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    I still believe that nature's logic is a very good food. I had been feeding my guys the beef protein and there were no issues. I decided to change things up a little bit and give them the pork protein. Well that was a complete and utter failure. My border collie is on a hunger strike he will literally go three days before he finally ate a bowl of this but then goes another three days without eating! My other two dogs will eat but because I mix it with another brand of food they take the nature's logic pork out of the bowl. they eat it at the end almost like a last resort. I will probably try another protein in the future, but for right now I have to struggle through feeding them the pork. I really I still believe that nature's logic is a very good food. I had been feeding my guys the beef protein and there were no issues. I decided to change things up a little bit and give them the pork protein. Well that was a complete and utter failure. My border collie is on a hunger strike he will literally go three days before he finally ate a bowl of this but then goes another three days without eating! My other two dogs will eat but because I mix it with another brand of food they take the nature's logic pork out of the bowl. they eat it at the end almost like a last resort. I will probably try another protein in the future, but for right now I have to struggle through feeding them the pork. I really can't say this enough: I don't think there are any issues with nature's logic it's just the particular protein they don't like. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Was Not A Big Hit With The Pack

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    Our Pack of 5 rescues usually eat Nature's Logic foods with great enthusiasm. Not this time with the Pork Meal Feast. Four walked away after a long inquisitive sniffing session. The fifth actually tasted it before he walked away. We then mixed in with their usual Nature's Logic Beef Feast, but that did not work either. They ate the Beef Feast alone with no problem. We donated the rest of the bag.

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    Kibble is pea-size

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    The kibble was the size of a pea. Our German Shep would not eat it. I'm sure the quality was there and would be ideal for a small dog.

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