High animal-protein, grain-free, boosted nutrition with bites of freeze-dried raw meat, instinct raw boost grain-free recipe with real chicken for healthy weight is a better way to feed kibble. Unlock your dog’s potential to thrive and put more of the pure, real nutrition of raw into every bowl. Boosted nutrition for healthy weight – grain-free, high protein kibble + freeze-dried raw; 25% less fat, 15% fewer calories than instinct raw boost. Cage-free chicken is the first ingredient – packed with animal protein for strong, lean muscles. Freeze-dried raw – all natural, protein packed, minimally processed bites of real chicken. L-carnitine to help burn fat to support healthy metabolism + the ideal fiber level to help your dog feel fuller, longer. Made without – grain, potato, corn, wheat, soy, by-product meal, artificial colors or preservatives. Made in the USA with the finest ingredients from around the world.
### Why We Love It
* Reduced calories to maintain a healthy weight
* Added L-Carnitine to help burn fat
* Free of Grains and Gluten
### About Nature’s Variety
Nature’s Variety empowers pet owners to to transform the lives of their pets by making proper, holistic nutrition for dogs and cats. Since 2002, Nature’s Variety has produced the best nutrition through healthy, natural ingredients in Lincoln, Nebraska. Nature’s Variety Instinct has led the industry in raw diets through frozen raw, freeze-dried raw, raw boost and grain-free raw inspired formulas that mimic the ancestral diet of high protein, minimally processed lean meats, and zero grains, that dogs and cats thrived on for thousands of years. Nature’s Variety Prairie line provides the best source of nutrition for optimal nourishment and holistic nutrition, made with pure animal protein, whole grains, and fresh vegetables and fruits, with a freeze-dried raw coating for added nutrition and taste. Made with integrity and care in the USA, a 100% satisfaction guarantee is a proud piece of the Nature’s Variety promise.
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