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You won’t find our foods in mega pet stores because we believe innovation thrives in independent stores, where the focus is on health and nutrition.

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NutriSource Reviews

Hear what others are saying! 

Burt and Kathi

"We met your sales rep in a local store this past summer and he gave us sample bags of Nutrisource Dog Food. We just wanted to tell you how much our dogs love the food, they have been eating it ever since. We had had problems with other brands of food we had tried, but no more....they gobble Nutrisource right up!"  ...
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Amanda B.

I just wanted to say that this dog food is amazing! I have gone through 2 different brands of dog food and had issues with both. Seem hungry, stomach issues, bad breath, itchy, you name it. The minute I put this in the bowl, they gobble it right up! ...
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Our Story

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.

How many treats should I feed my dog?

How many treats should I feed my dog?

Not all dogs are food motivated during training, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find one that doesn’t scamper with excitement when they hear the rustle of the treat bag. Dogs have a well-earned reputation for obsession with eating, which makes pet treats a powerfully effective tool to communicate approval to your dog. When you think of it that way, treats can do a lot to build the human-canine bond. As rewarding as they are to the dog, the human also gets a hit of rewarding serotonin for making that furball so glad.

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What to do when kitty claws at the furniture

What to do when kitty claws at the furniture

When your cat uses their claws to scratch your favorite sofa, it’s annoying. But resist the urge to take it personally. No, they’re not adding unwanted texture to the table legs to get revenge for a recent vet visit. Even the smartest cat probably fails to understand that cat etchings just don’t go with our decor. Because we connect with our animals so deeply, it can be easy to assign human-like motives where none exist.

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