Friday, September 18, 2015

Intro: Adventurous Pets are #PinnacleHealthyPets

Jada looking out over Lake Conasauga

[This post is sponsored by Pinnacle and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about Pinnacle's Newly Formulated Grain Free Dog Food, but The Chesnut Mutts only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.]

When it comes to the outdoors, I try to get out as much as possible with my girls, Jada and Bailey.

We live on 9 1/2 acres so we can always go and explore right in our backyard and play with our agility set!

Bailey and Jada weaving a jumping in their agility set with their dad

Our top favorite places to have adventures are the lake (of course) and Berry College!

Berry College is the world's largest campus and where I used to go to school for a major in Animal Science before I dropped out because of migraines. They have walking paths, trails, and large fields which are great for recall training. I like to bring our huge 50 ft. leash and have lots of fun!

Jada and Bailey playing around with their dad at Berry College in one of their large fields

The lake we go to is not too far from our house and called Lake Conasauga. It has a nice walking path around that is about one a half miles with lots and lots of geese! Jada loves to wade in the lake and Bailey loves watching all the birds. It is the perfect spot to exercise all of us!

Jada, Bailey, and Abby playing near the water

To keep up with our outings, my girls need to have the right nutrition, and you know I always look for grain-free dog food with quality and limited ingredients. One dog food brand has recently switched over to grain-free in May 2015. Allow me to introduce Pinnacle®! 

Pinnacle Holistic Pet Nutrition Logo

Pinnacle has been around since 1998 and prides itself on natural holistic dog food made here in the U.S.A. in their California plant. What exactly is holistic? I did a little digging around and from my own understanding when it comes to dog food is that the ingredients are there to take care of the whole body. Instead of treating your dog's problems and conditions afterward, holistic dog food like Pinnacle aims to prevent these problems from the get-go.

Some quality holistic ingredients that Pinnacle has been using over the years are sweet potatoes, pumpkin, cottage cheese, kelp, blueberries, flax seed, and quinoa. You know I love that ingredient list! 

pile of pumpkins

So why did Pinnacle decide to go grain-free? Grains seem to be such a problem for the majority of dogs whether it is allergies or digestion problems, it is just better to avoid them in my opinion. To have the holistic ingredients combined with grain-free is just so great and makes the Pinnacle brand dog food so much better for the health of your pup!

Besides promoting holistic health with limited ingredients, Pinnacle has lots of other great features as well:
  • Promotes general joint health and overall muscle tone
  • Contains fiber to encourage healthy digestion and small stool
  • Contains antioxidants to support a healthy immune system
  • Recipes are natural, healthy, and use high-quality proteins

Here are the dog food recipes that they have:
grain free dog foods in wet and dry varieties

In a Nutshell...
  • Jada and Bailey go on lots of adventures that require quality nutrition
  • Pinnacle has been around since 1998 making holistic pet foods in their California plant
  • Holistic means healing the body from the start and preventing bad health with better nutrition
  • In May 2015, Pinnacle made their dog recipes grain-free which help with sensitive stomachs and allergies
  • Their food contains fiber and antioxidants plus promotes muscles and joints
  • Recipes are natural and contains high-quality proteins

We will be trying some Pinnacle for a month and then writing another post about the brand later on. Want to try it yourself? Go to Pinnacle's website where you can find a retailer or shop online.

Bailey and Jada on the front steps of the library
"Off to see more sights!"

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Do you feed your pet grain-free food?
Let us know in the comments!

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