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Instinct Raw Boost Kibble
Date Posted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Instinct Raw Boost Kibble
Manufacturer: Nature's Variety

Brand: Instinct

Product Description: Nature's Variety offers Instinct Raw Boost Kibble. While many pet owners understand the benefits of feeding raw because of the biologically appropriate nutrition it provides, the frozen form may not work with their lifestyle; Nature's Variety blends freeze dried raw into a dry kibble product for a truly unique food, allowing pet owners to feed their dog or cat raw with every meal, the manufacturer states. Freeze drying does not cook the food, but simply removes moisture while maintaining the food's natural integrity, and it is not necessary to rehydrate the freeze dried pieces, the company adds. Formulas include Chicken Meal, Duck Meal & Turkey Meal and Venison Meal & Lamb Meal for dogs and Chicken Meal and Duck Meal & Turkey Meal for cats.

Contact: 888-519-7387

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