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 know many of you have seen that I started raw feeding but I also do sometimes still feed kibble and I like to have some on hand in case of emergencies(like if the freezer stops working). I have fed them Rachael Ray food in the past and I was really excited to try this formula because I actually had not heard of it until Chewy.com reached out to me and asked me to take part in a 30-day challenge.
I was sent two bags of their Chicken, Duck & Pheasant formula and don’t worry because they also have a Beef, Venison & Lamb formula for puppers who are sensitive to poultry.
I was really happy to see that Chicken was the first ingredient, I always make it a point to only purchase dry dog food that lists meat as the first ingredient. I also really like that it’s loaded with veggies as an alternative source of carbohydrates because I stay away from grains and fillers. I also try and stick with dry dog food that is made using ingredients sourced in the USA and the chicken in this formula is chicken that is farm raised in the USA.
I also really love that a portion of the proceeds helps animals in need by supporting Rachael’s Rescue, I love supporting companies that give back!
My first impression of Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak Dog Food is very good. I always check reviews on websites like Dog Food Advisor and I was really happy to see that this formula has a 4.5-star rating on there. My puppers took to it very quickly and I will do an update next week and talk about how they are doing on the food as I have only been feeding it for a few days but all seems to be going well so far!
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.