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NutriSource Reviews

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Valerie

We recently adopted a 3 year old dachshund named Molly who was a little over weight and had very dry, brittle hair. I have been feeding my other rescued dachshund NutriSource Weight Management and started Molly on it right away. Not only did she lose weight but her coat became so soft and shiny. Thank you for a product that I feel confident feeding my dogs ...
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Jocelyn

We rescued our dog from the local shelter when she was a puppy and now she is 3 years old. We have tried her on numerous dog food brands because of her very sensitive GI tract. NutriSource has so far been the only dog food that she can tolerate. She has kept her weight within the normal range and our friends would comment on how healthy she looks as well as how pretty and shiny her coat is ...
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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

Big reasons to get a small dog

Many canine parents would call themselves equal opportunity dog lovers. But the big, playful personalities accompanied by the puppy-like faces of smaller dogs are awfully hard to resist. If you’re wondering if a smaller pet is best for your family, we’ve got you covered.

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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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