I primarily serve my fur children fresh home made in the morning with their vitamins and this at night and they seem to really like it. : )
While my puppy liked this food , due to all the peas , canola oil and lack of added taurine. I will be searching for another food . Searching this website most of the puppy food is chicken and he’s showing a intolerance to chicken .
Very good food with limited ingredients. My dogs love it. I highly recommend.
I consider this food to be our miracle food. We have a nearly 16 week old aussie pup that has had loose stools and episodes of outright diarrhea since we got him at nine weeks old. Pup also wasn't growing like he should. Tried pumpkin, tried chicken-free food, nothing helped! Multiple trips to the vet - check for parasites and other things (negative) - no answers. When I asked the new know-it-all vet taking over for our beloved retiring vet about going grain-free, her response was "puppy must have grains!". Her opinion obviously based on a (now) debunked study and statement from the FDA about the *supposed* connection between grain-free dog foods and dilated cardiomyopathy. Desperate for help and about at my wits end with 2-3 middle of the night trips outside for puppy to poo, I did my own research. I found out that grain-free was perfectly fine for our pup. Next I started searching for a high quality grain-free puppy food that doesn't use peas, white potatoes or any chicken whatsoever and found Nulo. By the time we had transitioned pup's food at 50% (old, quality food to Nulo) pup's stools had improved so much I decided to abandon the rest of the food transition and give him straight Nulo. Normal, firm poos - check, eyes bright & coat shiny - check, active, healthy and growing well - also check. I am so thrilled we found Nulo Turkey grain-free!! Our pup is now every bit the healthy, happy Aussie pup he was meant to be. My only regret is taking the vet's word as gospel about something she remembered from a 5 year old FDA report about a flawed study and not doing the research myself sooner. You can do the research yourself. Just be sure you're looking at 2022 (current) updates. Our beautiful pup is now a NULO pup for life. Even though our other dogs - 13 year old german shepherd and 5 year old aussie - are on a very good quality food, I am giving serious consideration to switching them to Nulo too.
we switched due to itchy skin, wanting less ingredients in our dog's food so we can better determine his allergic reactions. Our dog loved his previous food, but his interest peaked when we started mixing this kibble in to make the switch. Now that he's on Nulo kibble with no old kibble mixed in, he waits at the counter watching me make his food (we add veggies and a little protein) and he licks his bowl clean!
Our 20 lb dog is a little picky and he is a big fan of this Nulo!
This food is more caloric dense and is affordable.
My dog requires a Limited Ingredient Diet. We first tried the Salmon flavor of Nulo and he gobbled it down for a few months, now won't eat it. Got a sample of the Turkey flavor and he gobbled it down so got a big bag. Now he's starting to balk again. Not sure what it is he doesn't like? Loves it at first, then decides he doesn't. It's high quality food!
My 5 mo. old pug can't handle the high protein of a lot of dog foods and, after much research, found this food that both he and his older border collie brother can eat (my pug has a way of getting into everyone's food bowls). So far, the gas issue seems to be resolving. But for puppy food, I wish the pieces were a little smaller and a bit softer. So far he's crunching away and making it work but not sure it'll last. Also, freaking expensive. But until I find a high quality food that checks all the boxes including lower price, we'll keep using Nulo.
The dry food was great but it took a week to get here, not the usual 1 to 3 days.