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NutriSource Reviews

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Kathryn S.

Hello, We've been feeding our dogs (8 yr old Jack Russell and 4 yr old Beagle/Dachshund mix) both the Heartland and Seafood Select recipes for a few years now. We chose your brand because one of our dogs has a joint problem and we wanted something with Omega Fatty Acids. Well, not only did we see an improvement with his leg, but also both their coats were healthier looking, our other dog's digestion problems cleared up and they seem to be just a little bit happier. ...
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First off, I want to tell you how grateful I am for your food; I have tried many brands of dog food, and none of them even come close to comparing to NutriSource, not even the very expensive brands! Your Weight Management literally saved my Miniature Schnauzer's life after he had an attack of pancreatitis, three years ago. Thanks! ...
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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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