Frozen Raw Pet Food From Nature’s Variety – Review

Frozen Raw Pet Food From Nature’s Variety – Review

Today let’s take a look at Nature’s Variety frozen raw pet foods.

Due to my rescue cat’s rotted teeth, she could no longer eat dry food without frequent vomiting and bleeding in her urine. My wife and I thought it was the end of the line for our old friend and family member.

But with advice from our local pet store, we discovered frozen raw meat. Armed with research into health benefits and potential hazards, we decided it was worth a try.

Within a week of using Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw chicken medallions, the changes were dramatic. Our cat’s mood has since improved, she plays more, and signs of chronic illness have evaporated.

Although prices vary from store to store, website to website, the cost of a single bag is comparable to a bag of dry, hard food, and lasts about the same amount of time.

Nature’s Variety products are available at most pet stores, and a Google search can hook you up online as well.

Dog lovers aren’t ignored either; this food is good for all meat loving pets.

The manufacturer’s website does a fine job describing its product, while reviews as of this writing, offer positive reinforcement.

What do you feed your pet? Hard food? Soft? Something in between?

Let us know in the comments.

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