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Nature's Variety Dry Dog Food Diet Lamb Meal and Peas Formula


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4.4 lb
  • One protein combined with one simple starch
  • Contains no grain; gluten; chicken; beef; fish; eggs or dairy
  • Unique green tea extract coating provides great taste and aroma
  • Made with easily digestible ingredients
  • Made in the USA

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Product Details

Size: 4.4 lb
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4.8 x 13.5 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00J353M4Y
  • Item model number: 769949653882
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,834 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: 4.4 lb

Instinct Limited Ingredient Diets are made with minimal ingredients to provide optimal nourishment. Each diet is made with one animal protein and one starch (tapioca), canola and coconut oils for skin and coat health, essential vitamins and minerals and just a handful of other whole food ingredients. Each ingredient is carefully chosen for its nutritional value and digestibility. LID diets are free of commonly used pet food ingredients including chicken, beef, fish, eggs, dairy, grain and gluten.

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Ingredients
Lamb Meal, Peas, Tapioca, Pea Protein, Canola Oil (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols and Citric Acid), Lamb, Natural Flavor, Montmorillonite Clay, Coconut Oil, Potassium Chloride, Salt, Choline Chloride, Vitamins (Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement), Minerals (Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Sodium Selenite), Green Tea Extract, Rosemary Extract

Directions
"Daily Feeding Guidelines (cups*): For Less Active or Overweight Dogs: 5-15 lbs. – 3/8 – 7/8 cup, 16-25 lbs. – 7/8 – 1-1/8 cups, 26-50 lbs. – 1-1/8 – 1-7/8 cups, 51-100 lbs. – 1-7/8 – 2-7/8 cups, **101+ lbs. – 2-7/8+ cups. For Active Adult Dogs: 5-15 lbs. – 1/2 – 1-1/8 cups, 16-25 lbs. – 1-1/8 – 1-5/8 cups, 26-50 lbs. – 1-5/8 – 2-5/8 cups, 51-100 lbs. – 2-5/8 – 4-1/8 cups, **101+ lbs. – 4-1/8+ cups. For Puppies; Pregnant & Nursing Females: 5-15 lbs. – 1-1/8 – 1-5/8 cups, 16-25 lbs. – 1-5/8 – 2-5/8 cups, 26-50 lbs. – 2-5/8 – 4-1/4 cups, 51-100 lbs. – 4-1/4 – 6-3/4 cups, **101+ lbs. – 6-3/4+ cups. *Standard 8 oz. dry measuring cup.**For dogs over 100 lbs., please visit www.naturesvariety.com. Sudden changes in diet can sometimes result in digestive disturbances. Overfeeding is a common cause of digestive upset. Do not overfeed regardless of your pet’s acceptance and eagerness. Always introduce any new diet over a period of 5 to 7 days, mixing increasing amounts with the present diet. Keep fresh water available at all times and offer plenty of exercise. "

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My dog has been eating this dog food for about a week now and he seems to love it.
Loves those books
I really do like that the ingredients are limited and from what I've seen so far the company seems like a good one.
Pampered Prepper
As is the fact I couldn't find any information about where the new company sources their pet food ingredients.
S. WIlliams

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Penny Lane on July 20, 2014
Size Name: 25.3 lb
I used to love this dog food. My 3 year old black golden has severe allergies but I still wanted to feed her something high in protein with good ingredients. She's my best friend. This food fit the bill. One protein. Few fillers (easily digestible ones like tapioca and peas). Really, I did my homework, and I loved this food. I had Penny Lane on the lamb meal formula(now lamb and pea formula), and it was the only food I had found that worked well for her.

In April, the company changed the formula to produce it cheaper. And they raised the price. They cut the main source of protein (lamb meal has 300 times the protein then actual lamb does as an ingredient in dog food because of the moisture content) with pea protein. So its protein is now largely plant based and the protein content is 22%, down from 29%. IU already had her on meds for her summer time allergies this week so the food change on top of that did not do her well. I had to drive for three hours to get the only bag of the old formula I could find.

A few days ago natures variety announced that it has sold a large amount of stock to Agrolimen. A European company that owns many affinity pet food companies (think: euro friskies) not to mention fast food, ect. http://www.affinity-petcare.com/en/index.htm

In other words: They sold out. After much more research, I am going to try switching to Zignature.Zignature Lamb Dry Dog Food, 27-Pound

On the other hand, Amazon was great with my screwed up subscribe and save shipment. I don't think nature's variety bothered to tell Amazon to change the product description. (thank you amazon)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Cooper on August 12, 2014
Size Name: 25.3 lb
My dog used to love this food, and he needs limited ingredient dog food because he's allergic to almost everything found in most other dog foods. Unfortunately, when they changed the formula for this food they changed it in a way that has hurt my dog. He absolutely THRIVED on the old formula: he went from a dog whose skin was a problem; was always itching; whose hair and coat was thinner than it should be (he's a Lhasa Apso); and whose allergies had made his life miserable to a dog whose skin was normal and comfortable.and who stopped scratching altogether, as well as having a beautiful coat which I allowed to grow long so he could show everyone what a really handsome dog he is. The food worked wonders for him and I was so happy, as was he. HOWEVER......

The company changed the formula, and the last bag I bought left him hungry every single time I fed him (which never happened before). All he wants to do is eat. I thought something was wrong with him at first, until I realized that the formula has been changed. He even eats paper now!!!!!!! I've had to feed him more in an attempt to keep him from grazing on whatever contraband he can dig up around the house (old bills, plastic, you name it) and now he is FAT for the first time in his life, and this has happened in a period of about 3 months since I buy the larger bag to keep for about a 3 month time period! I will NEVER buy this again, and it makes me angry because I've highly recommended it to others that I know who were looking for a high quality food for their pets, but I love this little dog more than any little dog I've had since the dog I grew up with. He's special to me, and he's miserable this way. His allergies no longer bother him, but he's always hungry now, and it's upsetting seeing him fat (which I never thought would happen to him!).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Classical88 on August 20, 2014
Size Name: 25.3 lb
BEWARE....the formula has been changed and not for the better!!! My little dog used to do so well on this brand but not any more. I did find a replacement and my little guy LOVES it and picks it out first before eating the old Instinct formula. Check out Zignature Lamb dry dog food. Amazon carries it and it has more per bag and is cheaper, too! NOW...if we can persuade Amazon to place this on Subscribe and Save, it will be heavenly!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Penny Lane on July 21, 2014
Size Name: 4.4 lb
I used to love this dog food. My 3 year old black golden has severe allergies but I still wanted to feed her something high in protein with good ingredients. She's my best friend. This food fit the bill. One protein. Few fillers (easily digestible ones like tapioca and peas). Really, I did my homework, and I loved this food. I had Penny Lane on the lamb meal formula(now lamb and pea formula), and it was the only food I had found that worked well for her.

In April, the company changed the formula to produce it cheaper. And they raised the price. They cut the main source of protein (lamb meal has 300 times the protein then actual lamb does as an ingredient in dog food because of the moisture content) with pea protein. So its protein is now largely plant based and the protein content is 22%, down from 29%. I already had her on meds for her summer time allergies this week so the food change on top of that did not do her well. She ate way too much of it and had the runs. Bad. I had to drive for three hours to get the only bag of the old formula I could find.

A few days ago natures variety announced that it has sold a large amount of stock to Agrolimen. A European company that owns many affinity pet food companies (think: euro friskies) not to mention fast food, ect. http://www.affinity-petcare.com/en/index.htm

In other words: They sold out. After much more research, I am going to try switching to Zignature.Zignature Lamb Dry Dog Food, 27-Pound

On the other hand, Amazon was great with my screwed up subscribe and save shipment. I don't think nature's variety bothered to tell Amazon to change the product description. (thank you amazon)
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