Tuesday, November 26, 2013

REVIEW: Nature's Variety Instinct Treats

Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Biscuits

with Rabbit Meal and Apples

Where to Find: Chewy.com


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Just in time for Tasty Tuesday, our friends over at Chewy.com have sent us another delicious treat to review!  This month we have Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Biscuits with Rabbit Meal and Apples.   

"At Nature's Variety, our passion is the health and happiness of your cherished cat or dog. We are proud pet parents, just like you! So we understand that your pet has a special place in your family, in your life, and in your heart." - Nature's Variety
Instinct_TutLola_111713_CROPNature's Variety, located in Lincoln, Nebraska, is passionate when it comes to providing holistic nutrition for both cats and dogs.  This small, independent pet food company believes the best nutrition starts with healthy, natural ingredients.

I was very excited to have the Lapdogs try these biscuits - perhaps almost as excited as they were to eat them!  After all, they are Made in The USA, grain-free and feature a non-typical protein source, rabbit.  I figured Lola and Teutul would love them, like anything else, but wasn't sure how my picky pups, Zeus and Sophie, would react.  Needless to say, all four Lapdogs loved them, and I'm thrilled to have yet another amazing grain-free treat to add to our regular rotation! 

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"Instinct grain-free biscuits are guilt-free, healthy treats that your dog will love and you can feel good about.  In nature, your dog would choose to eat meat, poultry, and fish - not grain." - Nature's Variety
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It's official, the Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Biscuits with Rabbit Meal and Apples are a huge hit!  While we selected the rabbit variety for various reasons, these perfectly sized bone shaped treats are available in three additional flavors: Chicken Meal and Cranberries, Lamb Meal and Carrots, and Duck Meal and Sweet Potatoes. Each variety is available in an 11oz bag, which comes with a convenient sticker you can use to easily and quickly reseal the treats.... genius! (Why don't all dog treat bags have this extra little feature?)   

Chewy WhiteYou can pick up these, along with other Nature's Variety treats over at Chewy.com, where 1-2 day shipping is always free with your order of $49 or more!  Restock the pantry at your house, and do a little holiday shopping for the furbabies on your list. 

Disclosure: Chewy.com sent a box of Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Biscuits to Lapdog Creations, free of charge for review purposes. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions expressed are my own.

8 comments:

Roxy the traveling dog said...

Mmmm, we eat a grain free diet, so those would be perfect.

Flea said...

What cool treats!

Nailah Bone said...

Rabbit and apples sounds like an awesome combination :) Thank you for the honest review!

Ruckus Eskie said...

My cousin the Frenchie eats instinct kibbles. He should start introducing these!

tubby3pug said...

Natures variety instinct are great treats. We hope Zeus is feeling better
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Marjie said...

I didn't know you had picky eaters. I thought only my mastiffs were picky. Glad the kids enjoyed them, and they sound perfect for Chan's Sissy, who has more food allergies than you can shake a stick at!

SissySees said...

One of Sissy's favorites!! I'm so glad Chewy carries Sissy-friendly items.

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Heard about good things about this brand. Another Tasty DELISH treats. Happy Tasty Tuesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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