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As a family, we strive to live a healthy lifestyle… making the right food choices and getting plenty of exercise are the two biggies. Not only is it important to us that our son is healthy, but our almost 2-year-old Shih Tzu’s health is important to us, as well. Our Baxter is a member of our family, and his health and well-being starts with good pet nutrition and exercise just like it does with us.
I don’t want my son eating junk and food that isn’t good for him and I don’t want Baxter eating junk either. I recently learned about a new dog food brand, Pinnacle® that I’m excited to try with Baxter.
I look at the nutritional information on the dog food labels, just like I do our food when shopping, and have always tried to find dog food with limited ingredients, as well as food that is grain free. This is key for us because Baxter has a sensitive stomach.
Bless his little heart, he would eat anything he could get into his mouth, but his stomach won’t let him.
I’m excited to try Pinnacle pet food with Baxter and giving him a healthy diet to go along with his exercise. Good nutrition and exercise do go hand in hand.
Getting outdoors, going on walks, the occasional hike in the Smoky Mountains, and just romping in our yard, is some of the ways we stay active and we love when we can take Baxter with us. We have a favorite trail at a nearby lake that we love to walk and Baxter loves it, too.
He has more fun in our yard than anywhere else, though. Fortunately, we live on over 2 acres so he has plenty of outdoor space to run and romp in. He has a lot of energy and good pet nutrition and plenty of exercise is important for his overall well-being.
Pinnacle launched in 1998 as a breakthrough brand in natural holistic dog food. While Pinnacle has always had holistic health ingredients like quinoa, pumpkin, kelp, flax seed, blueberries, sweet potatoes and cottage cheese, in May 2015, we took all dog recipes Grain Free to facilitate easier digestion.
If you are a natural, ingredient conscious pet parent like me, you will appreciate that Pinnacle pet food is providing your pet with high caliber ingredients, giving them the total nutrition they need for holistic health.
Pinnacle also provides…
- Quality ingredients like Quinoa, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Sea kelp, Cottage Cheese
- Natural, healthy recipes that use high-quality proteins
- Antioxidants to support healthy immune system
- Fiber to encourage healthy digestion and small stool
- Promotes general joint health and overall muscle tone
Pinnacle holistic limited-ingredient dog food is made in their California plant and I feel good knowing it is made in the U.S.
Check back next month for an update on how Baxter likes his new Pinnacle dog food.
Check out where to buy Pinnacle Grain Free. You can shop online for Pinnacle, too, like Amazon, which is great for Prime members like me.
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