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By:Kurt
 
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From:Philly PA
Gender: Male
Age: 45 to 54
Posted: August 27, 2015
Grain free Raw Boost has changed Roland life
My pal Roland Dacshound Pug mix was spending his days itching and rubbing his eye's.... I put him on grain free raw boost and within two days he was doing remarkably better and a week later is perfect.... He has always been a picky eater and to my surprise he is always eager to eat now!!!
Thanks to Instinct pet food!!!
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By:Janetxoxo11
 
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From:Santa Rosa, CA
Gender: Female
Age: 65 or over
Posted: August 23, 2015
My Cat Loves The Yellow Kibbles in the Chicken
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Love Those Yellow Kibbles
Love Those Yellow Kibbles
My cat, Peyton, just loves the yellow kibbles found in the chicken Nature's Variety. He is the alpha cat in our household, and the minute he hears me dig into the food...he is meowing and waiting for those yellow kibbles. He eats all of them up and leaves nothing for Jennifer. Do you sell just the yellow kibbles??
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By:StephBear
 
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From:Dallas, TX
Gender: Female
Age: 25 to 34
Posted: August 20, 2015
Reduced my vet bills!
I have had my dog, Pecan, since she was 4 months old and is now 4 years old! As a puppy, she didn't much, which I thought was odd because I've never seen a picky dog eater. I took her to her vet, he said try wet food. Still wouldn't eat. This would go on for about a year, where she would hardly eat anything but raw vegetables such as carrots. But I know she couldn't live like that forever and she needed better nutrition. My vet and I had tried many different things such as making her food and mixing kibble and wet food. Finally, after finding a holistic brand, Pecan started to eat! 6 months later she started to develop gland issues and here I was visiting my vet almost every 45 days either to get her glands expressed or to get medication. It was draining me financially and you could see the pain in my dogs eyes and in her movements. I did a lot of research and I stumbled upon Nature's Variety instinct raw. I remember having my doubts and I grabbed a trail size of the Instinct Raw rabbit. The next few days I noticed her stools where larger and firmer. Since then, I grabbed all flavors of the Instinct Raw. Within that first year of Pecan eating nature's variety, she was about 2 years old, and she looked happy and healthy. I started to mix the kibble and raw together. The food lasted longer that way! When she was about 2 and a half, her glands started to act up again. I learned from my vet that my Pecan should be a limited ingredients type of dog and she has been that way since then. Knock on wood, she hasn't had a flare up for about a year and a half now and she eats!! I love instinct raw! Her sisters, Peach and Pumpkin, eat instinct raw too.
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By:Carol60
 
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From:Largo,Fl.
Gender: Female
Age: 55 to 64
Posted: August 13, 2015
best dog food ever
My little Jimi was the pickiest eater and his skin was so scaley and crusty. A friend recommended INSTINCT RAW,I got the trial size rabbit and Jimi devoured his dinner that night. He has been on it for 1 month now and it is amazing how his skin has cleared up and he is always ready to eat when served.
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By:Beth
 
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From:Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Gender: Female
Age: 65 or over
Posted: August 12, 2015
Bailey is doing fine on your raw food
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Bailey with her little friend
My beloved black and white Cocker Spaniel, Bailey, almost died of pancreatitis. Once her life was saved by a wonderful specialist vet, I took her to a vet who practices Chinese medicine. She recommended that I feed Bailey your Instinct raw food. I started with the rabbit frozen raw medallions but switched to duck frozen raw because it doesn't cost as much and was one of the recommendations. Bailey is doing great, and really loves your food. The problem is that it is very expensive. For now I am able to afford it, but it is about $200/month. I will continue to use your Instinct raw food as long as I can because Bailey is doing so well. I'm retired on a fixed income so I have to cut back on other things to afford the food.
Beth
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