Why Dr. Marty Nature's Blend Might Be Right For Your Dog
What Is Nature’s Blend?
With so many dog food options on the market these days, it can be hard to know which one is right for your canine companion. Nature’s Blend is a dog food that stands out from the pack due to its high quality formula and the unique way it is made. In this Dr Marty: Nature’s Blend article, we’ll take a close look at one of the most popular freeze-dried pet foods available on the market.
What Makes Nature’s Blend Stand Out From Other Dog Foods?
Nature’s Blend is a premium dog food that contains real cuts of raw turkey, ranch-raised beef, salmon, duck, fruits, vegetables, and seeds to help deliver a rainbow of nutrition to your canine. Dr. Marty’s team receives all of these raw ingredients fresh, and then gently freeze-dries them to create delicious food that’s bursting with flavor.
This cutting edge formula contains natural ingredients and is free from artificial dyes, artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, and grains.
What Are The Potential Health Benefits Of Using Nature’s Blend
Feeding your dog Nature’s Blend is as convenient as kibble – but the nutritional quality is worlds apart. Nature’s Blend is designed to mirror what your dog might eat in the wild. It contains a variety of fresh protein sources and plenty of real fruits, vegetables, and seeds.
While many dry dog food companies overcook their food and strip out essential vitamins and minerals, this food is gently freeze-dried. The result is a delicious food that maintains its content of amino acids, enzymes, fats, and other nutrients. When your dog eats a high quality food like this, you may notice more defined muscle tone, a shiny coat, calm skin, and more compact stool.*1-3
*All dogs are unique. Your dog’s results can and will vary.
What Are The Ingredients In Dr. Marty's Dog Food?
Here’s the list of ingredients contained in Nature’s Blend: Turkey, Beef, Salmon, Duck, Beef Liver, Turkey Liver, Turkey Heart, Flaxseed, Sweet Potato, Egg, Pea Flour, Apple, Blueberry, Carrot, Cranberry, Pumpkin Seed, Spinach, Dried Kelp, Ginger, Salt, Sunflower Seed, Broccoli, Kale, and Mixed Tocopherols (natural preservative)
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s The Nutritional Analysis Of Nature’s Blend
This is the guaranteed analysis in a serving of Nature’s Blend dog food:
· Crude Protein (min), 37%
· Crude Fat (min), 27%
· Crude Fiber (max), 4%
· Moisture (max), 6%
· Calcium (min), 0.5%
· Iron (min), 40 mg/kg
· Leucine (min), 2%
· Vitamin A (min), 50,000 IU/kg
· *Omega-3 (min), 2.5%4
*Not recognized as essential by AAFCO dog food nutritional profile.
How Do You Prepare Dr. Marty Nature's Blend Dog Food?
Preparing Nature’s Blend is simple. Scoop out the desired amount, and sprinkle water over it. Wait three minutes, and it's ready to serve. For an even simpler method of serving, just pour it in your dog’s food bowl and serve it dry. Many dogs love the delicious crunch of freeze-dried dog food.
You can find serving size recommendations according to your dog’s weight on the product packaging and on Dr. Marty’s website, drmartypets.com.
Where Is Dr. Marty’s Dog Food Made?
Dr. Marty’s freeze-dried food facilities adhere to international high quality standards. They are located in the United States and Canada.
Does Nature’s Blend Come With A Guarantee?
Your order of Dr. Marty’s Nature’s Blend comes with a 90-day money-back guarantee. If you or your dog are unhappy with this food for any reason, you can contact customer support and return the unused portion for a refund of your purchase price (minus shipping).
Amy Tokic, Editor of PetGuide.com, is a passionate animal lover and proud pet parent of Oscar, a Shih Tzu/Chihuahua cross, and Zed, a Japanese Chin. Her love of animals began in kindergarten, when she brought her stuffed dog Snoopy into class with her every day. Now, she writes about her adventures in pet ownership and tirelessly researches products, news and health related issues she can share with other animal enthusiasts. In her free time, Amy loves perusing used book and record stores, obsessing over the latest pet products available and chasing squirrels with wild abandon (a habit attributed to spending too much time with her pooches).
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