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Kilo with Pinnacle

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All 3 of my beloved pups are getting older and little by little, I’m noticing little age related health issues with them. I’m ashamed to say when they were young, I just bought whatever food I had a coupon for or what was on sale. The last few years I have gotten much pickier about what I feed them and have several go-to premium foods that they love.

Roxy eating Pinnacle

We got the opportunity a month ago to start the dogs on Pinnacle® Holistic Pet Nutrition food.

Kilo eating Pinnacle

Here’s what I liked about it:

      • I was impressed by the quality ingredients in the on the label.
      • It’s made in the USA, in Pinnacle’s California plant.
      • Good for dogs with sensitive stomachs.
      • Promotes joint health and overall muscle tone.
      • It has antioxidants to support a healthy immune system.
      • My dogs are thriving on it. Roxy’s skin condition and chronic smelly ears has cleared up on their own.
      • All 3 dogs love the food.

Any drawbacks?

I have to be honest and say I did see one drawback and that is, this food is not cheap. But you get what you pay for. And you have to decide, are you going to pay for your dog to stay healthy or are you going to pay for the vet bills when your dog gets sick because they aren’t getting everything they need in their cheap dog food?

Besides those who only have Chihuahuas can get by on smaller bags of dog food since our little guys don’t eat much so the cost isn’t as bad as it would be for a family of Rottweilers.

buddy eating Pinnacle

I can whole hardheartedly recommend the Pinnacle Holistic Pet Nutrition dog food for your dog. Here is what the package looks like:

Pinnacle dog food

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Thursday 29th of October 2015

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Tuesday 27th of October 2015

O.M.G! Can you delete my photo? I was grabbing a pic of Baxter enjoying Pinnacle and I must have clicked the wrong pic. I am so SORRY!


Tuesday 27th of October 2015

It won't let me delete the photo without deleting the whole comment. Do you want me to do that and you can start all over? It's a nice photo though.


Tuesday 27th of October 2015

I LOVE that it is made in the U.S.A, too... that is a huge plus for us. Our Baxter loves Pinnacle, too!

Beth | Daily Dog Tag

Monday 26th of October 2015

My Maltese has an allergy to grains and we've switched her to Pinnacle. She's doing really well on it!


Monday 26th of October 2015

Most dogs seem to do so much better off of the grains. Glad your Maltie is doing better Beth!

Rene Agredano

Monday 19th of October 2015

That's great your dogs are doing so well on Pinnacle!

Yep, couldn't agree more that even though you pay more upfront, you pay less in vet fees throughout a dog's life. I can totally tell when our dog isn't thriving on a food, it's so true that we are what we eat.


Monday 19th of October 2015

Yes it is Rene. True for us and our dogs!