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We are committed to independent pet stores.

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.

Nutrisource Formula Finder

Does your dog or cat have specific dietary needs? Let us help you find the NutriSource diet that best fits your pet.

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NutriSource SuperStars

NutriSource SuperStars
Giving Program

SuperStars are go-getters, givers and life-changers. At NutriSource, we want to help these SuperStars shine bigger and brighter, so they have the resources they need to do the good they do. We give because we’re grateful for our success. We know we wouldn’t be successful without you. And we want to direct that into causes to care about.

Learn more about the causes we support and how you can be part of our giving.

NutriSource Reviews

Hear what others are saying! 

Georgia P.

Thank you! We met a very nice gentleman that works for you. He was putting out dog food in Superstition feed, which is in Apache Junction, AZ. I feel sad that I don't remember his name, but he was a rep for y'all. He turned us on to the chicken and rice. We have a picky American Bully XL, who just turned a year old. She loves it!!! ...
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Valerie

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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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.

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Why do dogs give kisses? Should you let them?

Why do dogs give kisses? Should you let them?

Why do dogs lick people? They lick because they love. Licking is normal dog behavior, and dogs do it to express their joy in seeing you walk in the door, to offer comfort when they think you’re sad, and to show their love and devotion. As long as you’re aware of germ theory, dog kisses are harmless and not a sign of anything amiss with your pet.

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Probiotics and Postbiotics for dogs: A quick guide to using them to solve gut issues

Probiotics and Postbiotics for dogs: A quick guide to using them to solve gut issues

When your dog is having issues, like runny stools, picky eating, or itchy skin, it’s time for a gut check. Because did you know that 70% of your pet’s immune system cells reside in their gut? When you’re creating a healthy lifestyle for your furry friends, building and maintaining gut health is a natural place to start. Gut health makes a big difference in your pet’s ability to fight off infections and viruses. And it also affects how they look and smell.

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What are the 7 major dog groups? Your dog’s core traits revealed

What are the 7 major dog groups? Your dog’s core traits revealed

What makes your dog tick? And how do you know if a dog has the potential to be a good fit with your family? A great place to start is thinking about the job the dog was bred to do. Based on the physical and personality traits of the 195 breeds recognized by the AKC, most fall under one of the seven major dog groups. These seven major dog groups are working, herding, hound, sporting, non-sporting, terrier, and toy.

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Is it allergies, intolerance or yeast? Can a rotational diet help?

Is it allergies, intolerance or yeast? Can a rotational diet help?

Let’s take a look at one of the most common scenarios dog owners face around feeding time. Their dog has been fed, say, a chicken-based food for years with no observable adverse effects. The dog always eats enthusiastically, and their health seems good. Then, seemingly out of the blue, the dog starts to react. They exhibit symptoms like vomiting, nausea and diarrhea. What’s gone wrong so suddenly?

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