Bentley’s Pinnacle Dog Kibble Taste Test #PinnacleHealthyPets
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We’ve been hearing about how great Pinnacle® is for months. Things like how it’s made of quality ingredients such as quinoa, sweet potato, pumpkin, sea kelp, and cottage cheese. And about the natural, healthy recipes that blend those ingredients into delicious grain free, limited ingredient kibble, made at their California plant. They claim to be a tasty meal for dogs. But I have a real critic on my hands. Great food made from quality ingredients is awesome, but will Bentley eat it?
Bentley waited somewhat patiently when I first showed him the new bag of Pinnacle dog kibble. And a little less patiently when I poured a bowl for him. Then he completely lost his cool.
He was chowing down before the bowl touched the floor! Yep, we’re going to be working on those table manners, but this is high praise coming from a dog this picky! Bentley loves Pinnacle! I don’t think he realizes he’s eating healthy food, with antioxidants to support his immune system and fiber for digestive health. I’m pretty sure he thinks he got a bowl full of cookies for dinner.
When you’re ready to buy your own bag of Pinnacle dog kibble, Pinnacle has an interactive map to locate retailers that carry this brand on their website. I was able to find them all over the place. You can also buy Pinnacle dog kibble online. You can also connect with Pinnacle on Facebook and on the Pinnacle Twitter account.
I haven’t seen Bentley this excited about kibble in… well.. ever. Looks like we found his new stable diet! With several other flavors to try, we might even expand his picky pallet to include trout or duck. Whichever flavor he picks as his favorite, I know he’ll be eating a great grain-free, holistic diet.
Have you tried Pinnacle? Let us know what your dog thinks in the comments below!