Purina® Beyond®: Pet Food with No Extras!

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by on September 5, 2014

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If you are a pet owner, you know that your pet is very much a part of your family. Our “baby” is now 9 months old, but he has also been full grown for at least the last few months. He passed training with flying colors and even though he still ribs up an occasional stuffed animal, overall he is a well behaved part of the family.

Since I try to buy healthy nutritious food for my kids, it is natural that I feel the same way when it comes to food for our 4-legged family members.  I had a chance to let Troy (our dog) try Purina® Beyond® this month. I was excited to read that it is made with natural ingredients plus essential nutrients, plus it contains no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or poultry by-product meal. Purina® Beyond® contains real meat, poetry or fish as the number 1 ingredient in all dry or pate formulas. It also has grains like corn, wheat, and soy in all recipes.

Purina® Beyond® makes nutritious food for both cats and dogs. Troy tried Beyond® Simply 9, Beyond Superfood Blend over 2 weeks. We slowly transitioned his food each day so it wouldn’t get an upset stomach. After about 10 days, he was eating only Beyond® Simply 9, Beyond Superfood Blend. It makes me feel better knowing that he is getting quality food with no fillers and he seems happy with his new food, too!

You can find Purina® Beyond® products Walmart so you know you’ll get a great price! Find out more at @PurinaBeyond.

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