|Hailey very curious about the big boxes that arrived|
|My very active boy!|
The next step was determining what food (there were 21 formulas) would be best for Hailey and Zaphod. Nutram made it easy with their "What's your Nutram number?" (You can click HERE to find your number). I ran this for both Hailey and Zaphod and one food came up for both of them, T-26. I have decided that in order to keep my life easy, they need to be eating the same food. I knew if I tried different foods, I would spend meal time running interference as they tried to eat each others!
For a full list of ingredients click HERE
It is a grain-free, lamb and legumes food. There wasn't one ingredient I didn't recognize from the label.
This formula also has Omega-3 fatty acids to help improve mobility. This is important for Phod who at age 5 has already shown "stiffness" if he is over exercised (and regular readers know how much he loves to play fetch).
How does it taste?
We can't say yet. As many of you are reading this (Tuesday morning), it will be the first time I feed the dogs this food. Nutram sent us a detailed chart on transitioning, and we will be following it for the 10 day transition. I have never formally transitioned a dog food like this, so it will be interesting. I can say that the bags have been sitting in the garage for a week, and Hailey has been seen many times trying to open the bag. It clearly smells good!
Next week on Tasty Tuesday we will check in and tell you how it tastes and how we are enjoying week one!
If you want to join us in the challenge click HERE to learn more.
To find out more about Nutram you can find them at a lot of places on the web.
|Not that you should pick a food based on packaging|
but I love the back of the Nutram bag. I thought it
was very clever.
Disclaimer: We were provided with a month's supply of food and compensation for sharing our honest experience of Nutram's products. We only share information we feel may be relevant to our readers.