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I have a 10 yr. old picky Pit bull with a sensitive stomach, and a 9 year old Olde Boston Bulldog with allergies and a sensitive stomach. I have tried every high end dog food known to man. Finally a salesgirl at our local feed store recommended NutriSource. OMG! For the first time in my Pitties life, he looks forward to eating, has not had any loose stools, and NO gas with either dog! ...
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Tina H.

I had been a long time user (30 years) of another brand of premium dog food. In the spring, one of my show dogs was skipping meals and not wanting to eat even with canned food. I did some research and found the had changed the formula by adding Wheat. I immediately started my search for a new food and upon recommendation from a long time Afghan Hound breeder, I switched all my show dogs (Samoyeds) to NutriSource Chicken & Rice. My dog's appetites are amazing as well as their stools ...
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We are three generations of families located in Perham, Minnesota producing healthy pet foods since 1964. We exemplify the heart of small towns everywhere: compassion, integrity, and a deep-rooted sense of community guide our choices.

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Big reasons to get a small dog

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Ode to large-breed dogs: Why pet parents love them

Ode to large-breed dogs: Why pet parents love them

Wondering if getting a big dog would be a great addition to your family? A canine weighing 70 pounds or more is considered a large size dog. Life with a large dog means living with more of everything that comes with a dog: More hair, more food to buy and, let’s face it, more messes in the backyard to pick up. But the pet parents that adore them wouldn’t have it any other way.

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