Product Review: Nutro Wild Frontier Pate Cat Food

My dog says we put KitCat to work this week and asked that he test out Nutro Wild Frontier Pate for cats. What did our homekitty think? Let's see...




Ingredients:

We got the variety pack of the Nutro Wild Frontier Pate, which included two flavors: chicken recipe, and chicken and duck. It's a grain-free food and there are no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, so that's a plus.

The chicken recipe has chicken, chicken liver, and pork broth as the first ingredients; whereas the turkey has turkey, chicken liver, and pork broth.




Usability:

These trays are marketed as "perfectly portioned" and snap apart so one side can be used for breakfast and the other side for dinner.


I thought this was a great idea, but was skeptical that the sides would snap apart cleanly. I also worried that snap would tear the foil and cause it to peel back on both sides. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The tray snapped apart easily and the foil was easy to tear to separate the two sides (I still do it gingerly, just in case, though). In short, it works and works well! 



We really like the two portions, so the "leftover" side doesn't require refrigeration. It makes mealtime easy and when I have someone watch KitCat it makes mealtime simple for them, too! 

Origin:

Made in the U.S.A.

Cost:

A case of 12 twin packs (that's 24 portions) of the Nutro Wild Frontier Pate is currently $17.09 on chewy.com. That gives you 6 packs (12 portions) of the chicken and six of the chicken/duck combo.

Rating:

KitCat really liked the Nutro Wild Frontier Pate. He preferred the chicken recipe (he'll eat duck, but it isn't his favorite). The chicken is available on it's own, too, so it's not necessary to order the variety pack if your kitty has a preference on flavors, too.

Since we got this variety pack, we have reordered the Nutro in the salmon and tuna recipe. KitCat really likes that, too. There's also several other recipes, as well, that we plan to test out. We give the Nutro Wild Frontier products four paws up. We can't wait to try the other flavors!


Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Zignature Kibble for Dogs

My dog says we always like to try out new kibble, and today we're here to share our thoughts on Zignature. An acquaintance of ours uses this brand, so we had heard of it through him, but it wasn't a product line we were familiar with otherwise. So, we were eager to test it out.


Ingredients:

Zignature comes in a variety of flavors such as kangaroo, lamb, whitefish, trout and salmon, pork, and catfish. We went with something traditional that we were fairly confident the dogs would like: turkey.

The first three ingredients in the turkey recipe are turkey, turkey meal, and chickpeas. We prefer foods where meat is the first ingredient, so that line up is a thumbs up for us.

Usability:

This is a medium size kibble. We like that the size is versatile so we could use it for our smaller dogs and medium size one, as well. We took a photo with a pinky finger so you can gauge the size.


Origin:

Made in the U.S.A.

Cost:

A 4 pound bag of the Zignature turkey formula is currently $10.99 on chewy.com. A good price for a good food.


Rating:

Since we initially sampled the Zignature, we have already bought a second bag (a 13.5 pound bag!). It was a big hit with all our dogs, and even a dog we babysat also loved it. We're pleased to give this kibble four out of four paws up and have already put this kibble into our regular rotation.

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Instinct by Nature's Variety Cat Food Trays

My dog says KitCat is excited to share his thoughts with you on Instinct's minced cat food. Made by Nature's Variety, we're sampled the chicken recipe. What it a hit or a miss? Let's see.



Ingredients:

Instinct by Nature's Variety minced cat food chicken recipe has a great ingredient list. The first five ingredients are chicken broth, chicken, chicken liver, egg whites, and ground dried peas. There are also an assortment of fruits and vegetables, including spinach, carrots, artichokes, cranberries, pumpkins, tomato, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, kale, and parsley.

Usability:

Instinct comes in handy trays with foil tops. This makes feeding super simple.

As for the food itself, we really liked the minced meat. It was smaller than chunks and a good size for KitCat to eat easily. We split up the food and gave half for breakfast and half for dinner. If your cat is a big eater (or doesn't eat kibble as a supplement), giving the full serving would be a very filling meal.



Origin: 

Made in the U.S.A.

Cost: 

On chewy.com, the 3.5 ounce Instinct cat food cups are $21.48 for 12. It's a little pricey, but it's a good quality food, easy to use, and KitCat always licks his plate clean.


Rating:


KitCat really loves this food. He finishes every single bite of it and eats with enthusiasm. That's the best we can ever hope for, so we enthusiastically give this food four out of four paws!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Halo Indoor Cat Formula

My dog says KitCat has been busy eating his little heart out this month so he could bring you another review. This time, our favorite feline tested Halo's Indoor Cat formula wet food. This grain-free recipe is one item in a large line of indoor cat food products that Halo offers. So, let's see what the Big K has to say!



Ingredients:

Halo has recently changed a bunch of its foods and remarketed them as "holistic." While some of the recipe changes we're not wild about, the Halo grain free chicken recipe we tried has left the first five ingredients as-is in their latest formulation. They are chicken, chicken liver, chicken broth, natural flavor, and tricalcium phosphate. The chicken is cage free and the fruits and veggies in the recipe are non GMO.

When we opened the first can, we were a little alarmed to see little green spots all over the top. However, after reading the ingredient list we quickly realized that spinach is the sixth ingredient. So, no need for alarm when you see those green specks.




Usability:

The firmness of a wet food is always something we pay special attention to. Foods that are too hard are never well-received by our crew so we prefer foods that are easy to mash up. The Halo Indoor Cat wet food is a medium firmness. When you scoop it out, it holds its shape without falling apart. However, it is very easy to mash up so KitCat can chow down. There is also a little broth/gravy at the bottom so it's nice to scoop that out and add a little to the top so it's extra moist and enticing.



Origin:

Made in the United States.

Cost:

A 12-can case of the 5.5 ounce food is currently $19.95 on Chewy.com. That's the standard cat food can size, not the smaller one.

Rating:

KitCat likes this food. He usually didn't finish it all at once, but he always went back to eat it all. We give Halo Chicken Recipe Grain Free Indoor Cat wet food three out of four paws up!



Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.  
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