Small Adventures With Nellie And Dixie #PinnacleHealthyPets





Disclosure:  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 Hey Lorri only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.  Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.

We haven't had many adventures this year since Nellie now has a hard time walking because of arthritis in her back.  That also means that they missed out on their yearly hunting trip in North Dakota this year.  When we do wander around, it is all fun and running, especially with Dixie.  She does laps around Nellie and will then stop and wait for her to catch up.  I love watching them play outside and then walk up to each other and touch noses.

I believe they have been a little more active and happy for the past month because Nellie and Dixie have been loving a new dog food called Pinnacle®.  It is a holistic, grain-free dog food that is formulated with your pet’s nutrition in mind. They use high-quality ingredients, which include:
  • Quinoa
  • Pumpkin
  • Sea Kelp
  • Flax Seed
  • Blueberries
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Cottage Cheese
Pinnacle has been in business since 1998 and is made in their California plant.  They decided in May of 2015 to move all of their foods to be grain-free to make them easier for all dogs to digest. Their food always focuses on using only natural, healthy recipes filled with high-quality proteins and antioxidants to help support a healthy immune system for dogs. It also helps promote general joint health and overall muscle in dogs of all sizes. It also has fiber to help encourage healthy digestion and smaller stool.


The first time I opened the bag of Pinnacle, both girls were so eager to start eating that they were pacing!  I have never seen them that anxious about a dog food before.  It had a distinctive fish odor because of the salmon, so maybe that is what got them started.  I noticed that this dog food is smaller than their regular brand, which I like because it is easier for Nellie to eat.  They seem to love the taste and their coats are nice and shiny.  As you can see in the photos, they waste no time when their food bowls are filled.



I can't say Nellie is more active since starting this grain-free dog food, but Dixie sure does seem to have a ton of energy.  Our Vet said both girls are very healthy and to keep up with what we are doing.  I'm sure both want to continue eating Pinnacle salmon and potato and if you are a pet parent like myself, you know they deserve the very best.



Do you want to know more?  Visit the Pinnacle website at pinnaclepet.com and use the store locator to find out where you can purchase this dog food and learn more.  I found it to be the cheapest at chewy.com - if you can't find it in stores.  Then follow them on social media at:


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