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Nutrience Grain Free SubZero Dog Food Reviews


Nutrience Grain Free Subzero™ is a Canadian made ancestral diet combining protein-rich kibble and freeze-dried NUTRIBOOST™ to deliver the nutritional benefits of raw in a convenient & easy to use recipe. The formulations are prepared with fresh, never frozen Canadian sources of meat, poultry, Pacific wild-caught fish and real freeze-dried protein for a superior flavor.

There are three formulas inspired by Canadian regions:
  • Prairie Red for dogs, featuring Canadian beef, wild boar, bison and wild-caught Pacific salmon
  • Fraser Valley for dogs, featuring Canadian chicken, turkey, wild-caught Pacific salmon, herring and cod
  • Canadian Pacific for dogs, featuring Canadian wild-caught fish and real freeze-dried fish
    ChickAdvisor Reviewers' Choice Award™ 2016
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    Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
    August 28, 2019
    Ontario, Canada

    Would not buy again

    I bought this food on referral from a friend and after about a month on it my poor dog was throwing up bile every hour, she couldn't even keep water down, must have been something in it that did not agree with her, I put her back on her old food and thank god she is back to her normal self

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    Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
    January 15, 2016

    I tried this product with 2 of my dogs, via the ChickAdvisor review panel.
    Reading the ingredients, the food sounded promising, since it was grainfree. The dogs absolutely loved the taste, and were excited to try it out.
    Unfortunately, in roughly a week of testing it, the dogs showed signs of allergic reaction, and developed ear infections :( the vet recommended stopping the food immediately, and solely feed their previous food.
    What I noticed right away, even though I transitioned them correctly, their poop volume was nearly doubled for whatever reason. I guess they weren't digesting it well.. Not sure.
    The price of the food is ridiculous! A small bag is $35 at my nearby pet store! Even if the promises of healthy skin, eyes, fur, etc. was met, it wouldn't be practical to feed them this, as one bag is 75% gone at the end of a week of transitioning. It would be nearly $200//mo with taxes to feed them properly! Nope!!
    So.. No, this didn't meet my/my dogs needs. At all. And I have a vet bill for antibiotics on top of it. Blahh.

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