Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Happy Pets are #PinnacleHealthyPets | An Intro to Pinnacle Pet Foods #sponsored

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 Baby and the Chi's only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.
Our chihuahua-mix, Venus, was just a few months old when we discovered she had a food allergy, and for the past seven years that made pet nutrition especially important to our family. Her allergy is from common grains found in a majority of pet foods on the market today, so I spent the first year of her life researching and testing out new foods often to find something perfect for her. I didn't feel like my standards were too high; I wanted something grain free, made safely with quality ingredients - but it wasn't that easy. We often dealt with recalls, buy-outs and other issues that caused us to question the reliability of the companies who manufactured the food we chose to feed Venus. Even now, seven years later, we still have to change her food occasionally. That's why decided to try Pinnacle®.
What is Pinnacle?
Pinnacle was started by it's parent company, Breeders Choice, which has been in business since 1947. Breeders Choice started production of Pinnacle to offer a more holistic option to consumers from a known and trusted brand. Pinnacle uses limited, high quality ingredients and carefully prepares them to preserve their nutritional value and fine flavors. Pinnacle strives to offer natural and wholesome foods that are rich in everything your pet needs to thrive, and to be free of anything that may cause harm. Pinnacle is also manufactured in the United States.

Pinnacle recently launched their new grain-free pet food line, and we've decided to give it a try with Venus. For the next month we're going to switch Venus off her current food and over to Pinnacle, and see how she enjoys it. We're very excited to enter this new journey with Venus, and hope you'll check back and follow her update!

Pinnacle has a retailer locator on their website to help you find a store near you that carries the new grain free pet food line, but you can also find it at the following online retailers:


You can also connect with Pinnacle on Facebook & Twitter, and find more info on their website.

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17 comments:

  1. Sounds like you'll be the real test of this food Venus, we can't wait to find out what you think.

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  2. That sounds like an awesome brand of food. I will look into this for my dog, milo! I bet he would love it.

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  3. I have a small Chihuahua and he does well eating puppy chow for the moment, he's going to be a year old in a month and then I need to switch foods. My mom has a larger Chihuahua and she has the worst food allergies. She's been having a time trying to find the right food for her. I'm going to shoot your link to her so she can check out this food.

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  4. This looks like a great brand for pets. Our dog has gotten a very sensitive stomach in her old age, so we should definitely look into Pinnacle pets for her needs.

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  5. Sounds like a very nice dog food. When we still had my pup, lokii, with us it was tough looking for a dog food he'd love. I wish I had him try this out.

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  6. It's important to think through what we feed our pets. This sounds like one we could feel really good about giving them.

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  7. I haven't heard of this dog food before. I have been wanting to change up my dogs dog food and may try this one.

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  8. This is the first time I heard about Pinnacle. One of my fur babies is very sensitive to food. I will have her try this.

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  9. I'm going to share this with my mom. I think a grain free pet food would be awesome for her dog.

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  10. I want to go holistic with my dog but I don't necessarily want to start making things from scratch so I may give Pinnacle a try.

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  11. Interesting. I wonder if this will help with my parents' dog who seems to have some stomach issues lately.

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  12. Venus is so cute! The products sounds like an excellent products to feed our fur babies and keeping them healthy.

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  13. I don't have pets but my parents do. I'm sending them this post. They would love to know about this brand.

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  14. It's good that you discovered the food allergy when the dog was so little. I think you've got a little cutie there too. :)

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  15. We just got a new pupy this week and need to get some essentials, I may need to give this dog food a try.

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  16. How frustrating it must be to have to keep switching her food. Hopefully, this brand will pass the Venus Test and it will stay in production so you won't have to change her food again! Good Luck!

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  17. I have a chihuahua mix that seems to have a wheat allergy, this grain free food would probably be great for her and I bet my poodle mix will like it too! Thanks for sharing. :)

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