Natural Choice dog food

October 6, 2008  
Filed under Dog Food Reviews, Natural Choice

Natural Choice dog food

Natural Choice Dog Food is made and manufactured by, Nutro Products. Natural Choice Dog Food comes in both a dry and canned product. There are 10 different Natural Choice dog food recipes.

Natural Choice dog food reviews

Natural Choice Dog Food Products:

  1. Natural Choice Small Bites Puppy Dog Food – Chicken Meal, Rice and Oatmeal Formula
  2. Natural Choice Adult High Energy Dog Food
  3. Natural Choice Large Breed Puppy Dog Food
  4. Natural Choice Lite Dog Food
  5. Natural Choice Adult Dog Food – Lamb and Rice Formula
  6. Natural Choice Large Breed Adult Dog Food
  7. Natural Choice Adult Small Bites Dog Food – Lamb Meal and Rice Formula
  8. Natural Choice Large Breed Weight Management Dog Food
  9. Natural Choice Adult Dog Food – Chicken, Rice and Oatmeal Formula
  10. Natural Choice Adult Dog Food – Venison Meal and Whole Brown Rice Formula
  11. Natural Choice Senior Dog Food
  12. Natural Choice Large Breed Senior Dog Food
  13. Natural Choice Adult Dog Food – Herring Meal, Rice and Potato Formula

Natural Choice Dog Food Consumer Ratings

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21 Responses to “Natural Choice dog food”
  1. Glenda Ricardo says:

    Our local Grange carries Nutro products – and I’ve fed Nutro Natural Choice for many years – when I can’t get to Costco for Kirkland. I have had as many as 11 dogs (have been a hobby breeder of championship line beagles in the past). I have had to re-home 7 of my dogs in the past year due to age related problems, but one of the dogs I re-homed is now 11 years old and was on Nutro Natural Choice for most of her life – she’s been extremelh healthy – as are all my dogs (with the exception of a little “rescue” girl who came to me with multiple health issues). There were 2 10 year old beagles in my pack, 1 9 year old, a 7 year old, 5 year old littermates, a 4 year old, a 3 year old and the “baby” of the family, who is 1 1/2 – and all except the 9 year old “rescue” have been healthy. All these dogs were from good bloodlines – and have been family pets and well-loved, but I DO think that feedng the best food Ican afford has helped.
    By the way, some years ago the Grange carried a Nutro ULTRA – which did include salmon – I think it was probably too expensive for most people here – and haven’t seen it for several years. When I can get to Costco, I do buy their Kirkland dog food – with a pack of “11” the super premium foods are out of my price range. I manage a beagle group on-line and our dog food grading chart lists Kirkland as a good quality – and especially for the price. I recently paid $56 for a 38 pound bag of Nutro Natural Choice – but was unable to get to a Costco – nearest Costco is 60 miles from our small town – and Nutro Natural Choice is the best I can get locally.

  2. Monika Wilson says:

    my three German Shepherd dogs are eating Natural Choice since years. All the sudden they refuse to eat it. I bought the last bag and they would eat little, then I bought the new bag and they won’t eat it at all. I just purchased a different brand with similar indegrients and they ate it – so it is not the dogs, it is the food. Did they change something? (Natural Choice – large breed, the blue bag?)

  3. Caroline says:

    Around the time you posted this I noticed some oddities in certain skews of the Naural Choice line. I work in the industry and had customers return the same foods. The food smelled terrible. Never pulled from the shelf… Not one of my recommendations to any customer.

  4. Dana says:

    My senior dogs seem to like Nutro Natural Choice. Two did well on the Senior brand, one is now doing well on Lamb and Rice. They like the smaller kibble. I like the smaller stool and digestability. I went to the Grain Free Version of Lamb and Potato, which he liked but it constipated him, so now we are on a mixture of 1/2 grain free and 1/2 grain version. Works. He also likes Nature’s Recipe, which is similar and affordable. I can supplement myself with glucosamine/chondroitin and additional protein (for taste because who wants just kibble?)

    None of these dogs like veggies/fruit or eat treats. . . . they are rescued mutts. Oh, we avoid all food stuffs from China. . . .

  5. Amanda says:

    My 3 year old pit bull terrier was on Nutro Natural Choice Lamb Meal and Rice. I have fed the small bites and large breed adult varieties. She’s around 50lbs, so I don’t know that it makes a big difference either way. She had been on only this food while in my care. She’s a rescue from the local shelter. Her coat was terrible when I first got her. This food make her coat beautiful! However, a few months back, she came down with an awful autoimmune disorder (Masticatory Myositis). I’m not saying this food caused it, but I can say this food likely does not support the immune system. I have since changed her food over the past couple months to Sojos and add my own meat to it based on my holistic vet’s recommendation. With this food, her coat is going to crap again and she has terrible gas all the time. I’m thinking I’ll have to try Orijens next. I really have no idea what’s best. There are so many conflicting opinions out there…makes my head spin.

  6. Johninupstate says:

    distributors left the food in hot storage and the oild seperated from the food around then. there was a relaunch of natural choice around that time. large breed use to contain wheat now it does not. and caroline I suppose you reccomend your stores brand just like tracto supply pushed their 4 health that was recalled on a large scale becasue diamond made… least nutro make their own and they will gladly let you return it for any reason even if the dogs stop eating it and there is a cup left in the bag.

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