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#PinnacleHealthyPets Offers Quality Ingredients In A Grain Free Food

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Django soaking up some Vitamin D

This post is sponsored by Pinnacle and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about Pinnacle's Newly Formulated Grain Free Dog Food, but Some Puppy To Love only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.

We should all be a little more like dogs. Dogs follow their instincts and live in the now. We sometimes follow the wrong idea and live in our minds and the future a little too much. When dogs are thirtsy  they drink. When they are tired, they sleep. And when they are hungry, they eat... what we give them. My black Lab, Django evens knows when she needs a little Vitamin D (see above). 

With new research and scientific findings, we know what we should all be eating more than ever. Like our bodies, our dogs' bodies thrive on healthy nutrition. The more pure a food, the better. That's why I love what Pinnacle® has been doing with their dog food for nearly two decades. 
pinnacle dog foodLaunched in 1998 as a breakthrough brand in natural holistic dog food, Pinnacle has always had holistic health ingredients before the idea of natural ingredients became popular in dog food. Pinnacle foods contained quinoa, pumpkin, kelp, flax seed, blueberries, sweet potatoes and cottage cheese. 

Back in May of this year, all the dog recipes became Grain Free for easier digestion in dogs. As a gluten free mom with a child whose health mandates a gluten free diet, I can see how incredibly beneficial going grain free can be. 

It only makes sense that if we are doing all we can to eat healthfully in this super saturated world of preservatives, sugar, and ingredients that we cannot even recognize, that we need to transfer that healthy eating pattern to our dogs. Our dogs will avoid many of the degenerative diseases that popped encounter by maintaining a healthy diet filled with natural ingredients.

Here is a little more on the health benefits of Pinnacle dog food:

*Quality ingredients like Quinoa, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Sea kelp, Cottage Cheese
*Natural, healthy recipes that use high quality proteins
*Antioxidants to support healthy immune system
*Fiber to encourage healthy digestion and small stool
*Promotes general joint health and overall muscle tone
* All food made in the Pinnacle California plant
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