This post is sponsored by Pinnacle and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping raise awareness about Pinnacle’s Newly Formulated Grain Free Dog Food, but Budget Earth only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.
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!
Ready to learn more? Check out Pinnacle on social media!
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