Thursday, August 4, 2016

Nature's Logic Uses the Logic of Nature


Barking from the Bayou, LLC received a bag of Nature’s Logic Canine Dry Kibble along with several cans of Nature’s Logic Canine Canned Diet in exchange for an honest review. We only share information concerning products that we use and believe would benefit our audience.
Nature's Logic dog food bag and pyramid of cans with stuffed purple rabbit sitting on cans
   Let me begin this review by saying that Bentley and Pierre normally do not eat kibble or canned food. However, I realize that many of my readers do regularly feed both types of food to their dogs. In order to help you decide the best kibble and canned diet for your pup, I have spoken with several brands. I will be sharing a few of my favorites with you. The boys will be staying at a pet resort for several days this month. I will be sending a kibble for them to eat so we will figure out their favorite over the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned.
Bentley Basset smelling cans of Nature's Logic dog food
   Nature’s Logic® is the first and only full line of pet food with no synthetic vitamins or minerals. It was 2005 when the founder, Scott Freeman, decided that he wanted to develop a pet food focusing on the advantages of whole foods without adding synthetic supplements. By 2006, the first product meeting this goal was being sold in the USA. It has passed the AAFCO trials for All Life Stages. The ultimate goal of Nature’s Logic is to provide the most nutritious and safest product that you can feel good about feeding your dogs and cats.
   I love that Nature’s Logic doesn’t have any wheat, corn, potatoes, tapioca, peas, sweet potatoes, or soy and they never use ingredients from China. What is in this nutritious food? It contains highly appetizing and nutrient dense meat with concentrates of fruits and vegetables. Each dry diet is coated with digestive enzymes and plasma protein containing high levels of natural vitamins, minerals and albumin and globulin proteins. In other words, it is jam-packed with awesomeness.
   You’ll see the protein listed as a meal in the dry kibble. Let me explain what that means. “Meal” is the dried form of the protein source used to make it. For this reason, meals have higher protein by weight than fresh meats; the water has been removed. Nature’s Logic meals are simply dried versions of the high-quality meat sources that go into to all of their foods. It is clean muscle meat using only the skin and bone for calcium and nutrients. They never use internal organs, feathers, feet, heads, etc. Their meats and poultry come straight from the human-edible processing plants.
Bentley Basset tasting the canned Nature's Logic

   The fact of the matter is that all of the science and hard work behind making a high-quality kibble or canned food doesn’t mean anything if your dog doesn’t love it. That certainly wasn’t a problem here on the Bayou. Bentley tried to open the bag himself and could hardly contain himself during our photo shoot! They were both barking and pacing the kitchen floor while they waited for me to prepare their meal. I treated them to some rabbit kibble with the rabbit canned food mixed in it. Needless to say that I am now their hero! 
   Here are the different recipes available from Nature's Logic.

Infographic of flavors of Nature's Logic dog food

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25 comments :

  1. Yum, yum, drooool!!!
    And do you get the free bunny every time as well...I do luffs the bunny
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Well, not a cute purple bunny but we do get rabbit in the food! LOL!

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    1. The boys enjoyed it and lose their minds when I open the canned food.

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  3. That looks like good food. We know Nature's Logic has a cat food line as well. :)

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    1. Have you tried it? The boys gobble this down and make me glad that we have slow-feeder bowls. ☺

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    1. By the way Bentley and Pierre act it must taste very yummy!

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  5. WE do think this foodable brand sounds GOOD... butt we are Blue Buffalo sort of guys.

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    1. We have tried the Blue Buffalo and can understand why you love it. ♥

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  6. Nom, nom...looks like Bentley likes it. 😉

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    1. He waited so patiently while we took the photos but when we were finished, he was ready to eat!

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  7. YUMMY! I always want to try new food. :)

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    1. We like to share our thoughts on new foods and treats with our friends. ♥

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  8. That's some good stuff you have there
    Lily & Edward

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  9. Holy wabbit feet! I almost killed the computer when I saw the wabbit and read the package! What a score you have there! Bailie likes the purple color, but I'm all about the wabbit! Enjoy some for me! Hope your pet resort has a pool and lots of fun activities for you guys. I've never been to one.

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    1. OMD! I KNOW!!!! Mom opened it and I smelled rabbit. Of course, I immediately thought of you and how much you'd love it. ♥ The resort does a small pool and some stuff to play on but we like chilling in our air conditioned room together. We even get piped in music.

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    That sounds like mighty good food
    hugs
    MR bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  11. I had never heard of this brand, but it sounds really good. I like that they have some novel proteins (venison, rabbit, sardines!); we are happy with our current food but it doesn't have a lot of choices. I sometimes get stuck on the same brands that I like, but I think switching around sometimes couldn't hurt.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. They do have a range of flavors and rabbit is a great protein for Bentley.

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  12. Never heard of them either, they have a variety of kinds.

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    1. I like the choice of proteins they offer.

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  13. I always wondered dered what "meal" really meant on Pet food labels, thanks for clarifying that. It's great that you found a healthy kibble the boys enjoy!

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