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Are you and your family celebrating fall? In our household, fall is a time of celebration since the temperatures are finally cooling down enough in the Ohio Valley that all of us want to spend more time outdoors. Don’t get me wrong, Reya loves going outdoors, but she isn’t a big fan of high heat and takes care of her business rather quickly if it is over 80 degrees outside. Now that things are pretty, she is bouncing outside with Ivi and we are once again going to our favorite local parks to play on the wood trails and go on fun adventures! While Reya loves it, it also makes it even more important that we have her on a grain-free food with quality ingredients to help her body keep up with her excitement. Luckily, we recently learn of a new grain-free food, made with limited ingredients that sounded perfect for our Reya – Pinnacle®!
For those who have never heard of the food, Pinnacle is a holistic, grain free dog food that is formulated with our pet’s nutrition in mind. Not only do they focus on pet nutrition, but are proud to use high quality ingredients including:
- Flax Seed
- Sweet Potatoes
- Cottage Cheese
While Pinnacle has been in business since 1998, they decided in May of 2015 to move all of their foods to being grain free to make them easier for all dogs to digest. As well, their food always focuses on using only natural, healthy recipes filled with high quality proteins and antioxidants to help support a healthy immune system for our dogs. Their food also helps promote general joint health and overall muscle in dogs of all sizes, making sure that big girls like my Reya stay healthy as long as possible. It is also fairly high in fiber to help encourage healthy digestion and smaller stool.
Best of all, all of their food is made right here in the United States in their California plant. As someone who loves supporting American companies, I am delighted to have a grain free food available to us that I know has been quality tested and designed for my girl’s nutritional needs. Honestly, we can’t wait to try Pinnacle in the coming weeks and see what Reya thinks of this new grain free, limited ingredient food.
Want to try this grain free food made with quality ingredients for yourself? You can find the full selection of Pinnacle food on their website and see if it’s sold at store near you using their store locator. Make sure to check back in the coming weeks to see what Reya think of Pinnacle Holistic Dog food!
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Jennifer Odom says
Pinnacle sounds like a trustworthy company to buy from. Only the best for our furry friends! 🙂
This sounds like a great dog food and I love that it is all natural. Thank you for this review..
Saundra McKenzie says
I am going to try this on Dexter. He is the pickiest dog in the world.
Those are truly quality ingredients! Not many dog foods have quinoa and sweet potatoes!
Dorothy Boucher says
This does sound like a good dog food, and I do love whats inside this product and how healthy it is for your pet to eat.
Alma Rocha says
What a cute dog!! I’m in awe of how well people take care of them!
I don’t keep animals in my home so I really can’t comment on this. I have nothing to compare it to.
Sue M. says
I don’t own a dog but a number of my friends do. This sounds like a very good, healthy food, I will definitely let my friends know about it so they can check it out. Thanks for posting!
Melissa S says
Pinnacle sounds like a great dog food. I have to be really careful about what we feed our dog because of severe skin allergies. The fewest and most natural ingredients are what I look for.
Robin Creager says
Love the ingredients in this product! So natural and healthy. Makes me wonder why aren’t all pet food made with the same quality ingredients. Thanks for this review and I’ll be sure to look for it at the grocery store or pet store when I’m there next.
Patricia Delgado says
That is such a beautiful dog!
Sandy Weinstein says
i have never tried pinnacle dog food b4, i like that it has blueberries for antioxidants, no grain, like the sweet potatoes, and other ingredients. i am a big fan of no grain dog food. my dog breeder uses low fat cottage cheese when the dogs need to gain some weight.
Lisa Coomer Queen says
Pinnacle sounds like an awesome holistic dog food. I will have to see if we have it in our area. Thanks!
Kristin K says
Pinnacle sounds like a great food to give your dog! I wonder if they make cat food? Or, if they deliver to Canada?
I truly enjoyed reading your review on Pinnacle. <3 🙂
Sally Wilsey says
Always looking for a healthy alternative for my Buddie. Thank you
Tripawds Community says
Reya, you and Wyatt Ray would get along great. He’s a “hot dog” and hates the heat too. Good think Pinnacle makes two fish flavors, those are “cooling” foods according to Chinese nutrition theory and should be really good for your hot-blooded body. Let us know how it goes!
Amy Green says
I love the fact that so many companies, like this one are stepping up and trying to really do right by pet health care. We spend so much time attempting to take the best care possible as we can of ourselves. It’s nice to know that we can finally start to do that for our pets as well, starting with something as simple but yet important as their diet.
SARA Schwab says
Theses dogS are cute
This is so awesome. My dog died over the summer, but prior we had a lot of problems finding food/treats that I was willing to give him. So many awful ingredietns. Love this one, and the natural ingredients. I will keep this in mind when I get my next dog 🙂
Terri Wilson says
This is a food I would feed my poodles. They are fed grain free now.
Pinnacle sounds wonderful. I love that it is holistic, grain free, and is formulated with high quality ingredients. Thank you for sharing this review.
Dorothy Boucher says
I love that they carry such a high rating in making sure that all good things go into making this food.
Michelle Elizondo says
Sounds trust worthy!
Jasmine P says
Your dog is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
Sherry Jennings says
Pinnacle sounds like a wonderful company to buy from for all our needs for our animals. Love your doggie so sweet.
Katie Ellis says
This sounds like a great company with healthy food for dogs. I will tell the people I know with dogs about this food.
Sue E says
My dog, Jasper is old & picky!! I am always trying to find healthier & new tasty products for him. I know he would love the Pinnacle ALL LIFESTAGE DOG FOOD, TROUT & SWEET POTATO RECIPE. Now I am going to see if it is at a store near me!
Sarah L says
If I had a pet they would get good food like this.
Debbie Snell says
this product sounds amazing and its good to know your furbaby snt eating chemicals and other nasty additives
My dog will eat anything, but I think I should try this anyway!
Susan Broughton says
This sounds like a really healthy and delicious food for our dogs
Sherry Compton says
We look at ingredients and want the best for our dog. Pinnacle offers real ingredients, and I love that it is made in the US. Our dogs are family; treat them right. Plus, yummy flavors!
Heather Ramos says
I love sweet potatoes, so I think its fun to find a dog food for our pups that have something I enjoy so much in it 🙂
Sonya Cocherell says
I love that it’s grain free.
Edna Williams says
Pinnacle sounds like a really great product. That is a beautiful doggie!
Karen Jaras says
Too bad the pet stores do not offer sample day like the grocery store. Most dogs are not picky eaters, but it is the aftermath you need to watch for.
Jane Ritz says
I don’t have a dog right now. If I did this would be a food I would feed him. It sounds really healthy for dogs.
Amy M says
I’ve never heard of this brand before, but it sounds like they use excellent ingredients. My dog is so picky, and yet she will eat dryer lint if I would let her.
Hannah C says
I would love to see if my dog would like this because she is so picky about food. It can be troubling trying to find something that she truly likes. Your dog is beautiful btw.
mary ortiz says
think this is nice website to bring awareness to pet owners on how to care for their pets health by food nourishment.
Sandra Watts says
Oh look at the cute dog. He must be happy eating such good food!
This looks like fantastic food. I hate that there are so many chemicals and additives in most of our pets’ food.
Lori Humphrey says
Sounds like a great dog food. Too bad I don’t have a dog. Hopefully we will be able to get someday.
Jeanna Massman says
This is a great product that every dog owner should considers! We love our pets and want them to be healthy and as an added bonus healthy pets mean fewer vet bills!
Buddy Garrett says
I want to feed my dogs healthy food. Pinnacle sounds great. I love the natural ingredients.
Jerry Marquardt says
Pinnacle sounds so healthy. I would like to try it out for my pets myself.
Kim Ellis says
This sounds like a great company.
Nataile Brown says
I really, really like the ingredients in their food. It’s great that it’s made right here in the U.S. too. Thanks for the information!
Linda Manns Linneman says
I love the ingredients in this product. I will be trying this for my dog soon. Thank you for sharing
Terri S says
I have never heard of Pinnacle. I will have to look for it. Thank you for your great review.
What a nice combination of healthful products and great that it is grain free. Even better that it is a made in the us product.
Jana Williams says
Hi I hope you are having a good day today! I just wanted to thank you for this post, on behalf of my Sweet dog Lexie too! I have a 15 year old Husky Mix and she weighs 95lbs but she also has Bad Arthritis & Hip Dysplasia (hope I spelled that right!) Well she can’t really get around that well so she obviously can’t get in any exercise to lose the excess weight that the Vet wants her to lose! So right now I think our only option might be in her diet and I have not yet found a food that she will eat, if it’s good for her she seems to snub her nose up at her bowl! Lol! I will ask the vet what kind of Ingredients & Vitamins would be best for Lexie! Thanks for the Post and Have a Blessed Day! Thanks, Jana