Introducing Nature's Kitchen Pet Food

Posted on Sep 30, 2015 , 1 comment

You can say one of our favorite words is “no” when it comes to dog food. No preservatives, no byproducts, no fillers, no meals, no binders, and no wheat, corn, or soy. That’s why we’re excited to introduce Nature’s Kitchen Grain Free Dog Food to you!

Packed with protein

Started by two friends who saw a need for quality dog food, Nature’s Kitchen Grain Free Dog Food is based on a canine’s wild diet. Their research led them to making pet food made with a minimum of 80% fresh meat in each serving.

Smarter Cooking and Packaging

Nature’s Kitchen’s grain free dog food is made using a proprietary low-temperature cooking process using only human-grade ingredients for a unique texture and flavor your dog will be begging you for. The process also preserves essential proteins and enzymes important to digestion. Flash freezing their food allows for an efficient and natural way of preserving the integrity of their ingredients without using anything artificial to extend shelf life.

Three Great, Grain Free Dog Food Options to Fit Your Dog's Diet Needs

Come in and try their grain-free chicken, beef, and turkey pet foods and don’t forget that this month any Nature's Kitchen item is 15% off! We guarantee all the foods we carry. If Nature’s Kitchen sounds like something your dog would love, ask a Healthy Spot employee the next time to stop by. If they don’t love it, bring it back for a full refund. As part of our Howl-O-Ween celebrations, enter here for a chance to win a one month supply of Nature’s Kitchen food!  

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John Meléndez on

Would you recommend this food as a supplement to my regular dry puppy food? I have a 10 week old goldendoodle and I feed him dry + a small serving of your chicken flavor tub.

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