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Recently I was introduced to Pinnacle Holistic Pet Nutrition through a great blogging community. While Reba has not yet tried it, we are looking forward to it. Reba is a little on the chunky side, as I’ve mentioned before and you might notice in her photos. She is affectionately called Chihuahua Grande because most people aren’t familiar with Chihuahuas that are her size. She’s actually a standard size from what we can figure out, versus the miniature ones you might be used to seeing.
Due to her chunky size we are having to watch her weight and what she is eating. Unfortunately she could (and would) eat night and day if we let her. So, we have turned to giving her treats that include dog safe fresh vegetables. Pinnacle proudly offers dog food that is full of quality ingredients that are grain free and healthy, allowing for dog owners to make a smart decision when choosing what to feed their dogs. If you missed my last post about Pinnacle be sure to check it out to learn more about my little #RebaTheSpoiledDog.
Made in Pinnacle’s California plant, Pinnacle is perfect for the natural, ingredient conscious pet parents. You can’t go wrong with any of these things:
- Quality ingredients like quinoa, sweet potato, pumpkin, sea kelp, cottage cheese
- Natural, healthy recipes that use high quality proteins
- Antioxidants to support healthy immune system
- Fiber to encourage healthy digestion and small stool
- Promotes general joint health and overall muscle tone
With Reba’s stature of having long skinny legs and a chunky body joint health is extremely important! And, most dogs at some time or another have joint issues – so why not take care of them in every way by feeding them right?