Meet Floyd: Adventurous Dogs Are #PinnacleHealthyPets
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Bored dogs are unhappy, destructive dogs. This is especially important to remember when you have four pups in the house, one of which is a 65lb ball of energy. Meet Floyd.
He is our two year old Boxer/American Bulldog mix that thinks he is a puppy and/or lap dog. When he’s bored, he will:
- annoy the living daylights out of our three small dogs
- run & roll around out back in the mud
- destroy chew toys and eyeglasses
- follow me around the house like a shadow until he gets stepped on
- bark endlessly at the neighbors
- pout [this one is kind of cute]
Floyd, like any healthy dog, craves stimulation and adventure. Most dogs enjoy a good hike, visit to the pet store, camping trip or walk in the park. Any activity can be a mentally stimulating & body tiring adventure for dogs.
In order for him to keep up, it’s essential that he is fed a diet of natural dog food that contains quality ingredients like quinoa, pumpkin, kelp, flax-seed, blueberries, sweet potatoes and cottage cheese.
Enter Pinnacle®. I’ve been seriously impressed with Pinnacle Holistic Pet Nutrition. They have been around since 1998 manufacturing out of their California plant and they just went grain-free in May of 2015. Grain free means easier to digest for our pups.
Pinnacle is a limited ingredient food as well so even dogs with sensitive stomaches or allergies can enjoy the high quality ingredients which are blended in small batches.
Many of their dog foods feature a novel protein source such as trout, duck or salmon, which is helpful for so many dogs that are allergic to the everyday proteins such as beef or chicken.
Click on over to their website for a $5.00 off coupon and to find Pinnacle at a store near you. Their food is widely distributed around the US.
Have you tried Pinnacle with your pets yet?