Stephs Cheers and Jeers is a Chewy.com Influencer and was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.
This month the puppers are trying Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Dog Food for 30 days, I already posted my first thoughts which can be read here and I am doing a check in to let you all know how it’s going.
At the beginning of the month, I was sent two bags of Rachael Ray Nourish Peak Dog Food in the Chicken, Duck & Pheasant formula, I was also sent a case of Wetland’s Recipe Wet Food and I have been feeding both dogs a mixture of both over the last month and this is my final check-in.
Rosie is dealing with some coat issues but I think its related to the weather change and not the food because the weather is SUPER funky here in Vermont right now with super high-temperature fluctuation and her skin and coat issues started a few days ago.
Loki experienced no negative changes during the entire 30 day period and he seems to really like both the wet and the dry food. Rosie seems to like the dry food more than the wet but I do mix them sometimes for both of them and neither seem to mind.
I am overall very impressed with the Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Dog Food line, my dogs seemed to really like it and I like that it is both affordable and has a high rating on Dog Food Advisor. These reasons are why I will definitely be continuing the dogs on this food.
Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Grain-Free Dry Dog Food is available in 4lb bags for $10.99, 12lbs bags for $22.99 and 23lb bags for $41.98.
Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Wet Food is available in Chicken & Duck in Rustic Gravy, Chicken & Beef in Hearty Gravy, and Chicken & Lamb in Savory Gravy and you can purchase a case of 16 3.5 oz cups for $17.44.