|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Deboned Chicken, Chicken Meal, Oats...||Deboned Turkey, Chicken Meal, Oats...||Chicken, Whole Grain Brown Rice, Whole Grain Barley...||Beef, Whole Grain Brown Rice, Whole Grain Sorghum...||Deboned Turkey, Chicken Meal, Oats...|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support||Digestive Health, Immune Support||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health...||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Sensitive Skin...||Digestive Health, Immune Support|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, Low Glycemic, With Grain||High-Protein, Low Glycemic, With Grain||High-Protein, Human-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet...||High-Protein, Human-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet...||High-Protein, Low Glycemic, With Grain|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken, Turkey||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Turkey||Chicken||Beef||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Turkey|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
We fed our dogs Nulo for about a year. At first it was great, they both absolutely loved it and it seemed to be high-quality food. The last 4 bags or so we got were all super crummy though, and I mean that literally. Throughout the whole bag there were so many crumbs that each scoop had a significant amount in it. The bottom of a couple bags were so bad we just threw it out. Our dogs started to seeme less interested in it, too, which is definitely not normal for our 1 1/2 year old Aussie. Personally I just don't feel comfortable feeding our dogs a scoop of food that's probably about 25% crumbs, so I can no longer recommend this food. We recently switched them to Taste of The Wild and so far they seem happy with it.
My vet recommended to find kibble that is NOT "grain free" and I found Nulo - love the short list of ingredients! My dog (Jindo Mix) also loves this kibble too. I highly recommend to try if you're looking to switch your dog's food.
There was a hole in the bag due to shipping. Chewy, as always, was very response and was quick to get out a new bag. Don't know why you would shop anywhere else for your animal!
My two dals love this kibble, I mix it in with other supplements and they took to this food right away. They are usually very picky and I have had a difficult time finding a good kibble that isn't just chicken or beef and this one checked all all the boxes. They have good bowel movements, and are full of energy daily!! Highly recommend this brand. It's hard to find locally so I'm greatful Chewy has it in stock. Try it out if you're considering!!
My three wolf dog rescues (dna tested and confirmed blah blah believe what you want) and one husky likes this kibble. I did notice they have a particular gas on this kibble that's hard to ignore. Other kibble doesn't have the Nulo signature smell haha. Most dry foods cause gas, but getting fresh meat is too expensive for me to do without supplementing in kibble days. Even I rarely get meat due to the prices. One issue is with my oldest, he has trouble gaining weight and this food doesn't put weight on him. Interestingly it puts some weight on our smallest which is the husky. The other two do as well as kibble does.
I like Nulo's ingredients, and they seem like a pretty solid company so this is theoretically a high quality food. It also doesn't have anything in it that's on my dog's 'No' list, but he's chewed his paws non-stop since switching. I'm not sure what's up with it, and 'eat-anything' dogs probably don't have an issue, but if you have a sensitive pup and want to give it a try I would start with a smaller bag.
Gives my dog diarrhea
Our dog loves this food and we love it for him. It has all the right ingredients to keep him healthy and feeling good.
I switched to this food because it was lower in starchy vegetables and while dog need some carbs, the foo uses ancient grains instead. (oats, barley). No starchy peas and potatoes.
I recently went back to foods with grain, and this one seems to work with my pup well. The kibble sizes seem a bit large for my fox terrier, but it forces him to slow down and chew when eating, so it works out!