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Win a Bag of New Zero Grain Dog Food from Rachael Ray Nutrish

Grain-free dog food has popped up in pet supply shops everywhere, and now we’re thrilled to find it mainstream grocery stores thanks to Rachael Ray Nutrish® Zero Grain™ Turkey & Potato Recipe kibble.

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Dog Food

Rachael and her team are so excited about this new grain-free kibble, they want as many pet parents as possible to try it out. Rachael is giving a way a free five pound bag to one lucky Tripawds member! Read to the end of this post to find out how to enter our contest.

Why Grain Free?

According to the Dog Food Advisor, “compared to the typical kibble or canned food, the best grain free recipes contain more meat based protein as well as easy-to-digest animal fats. And usually fewer carbohydrates, too. Not only are grains like corn and wheat a frequent cause of canine allergies1 they can also be more difficult for a dog to digest.”

Ever since grain-free became a hot topic in dog food, we’ve heard some talk that grain-free is nothing more than marketing hype. However, plenty of evidence from experts and pet parents says that many dogs are healthiest when fed a Zero Grain diet. We can vouch for these findings: after we adopted Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray back in 2009, we noticed a significant improvement in his health when we switched him from  standard kibble to a grain-free diet.

Zero Grain is Safe, Healthy and Tasty

Rachael Ray Nutrish understands the importance of giving pet parents and dogs a more allergy-friendly, low grain diet. In each bag of Zero Grain you’ll find:

  • U.S. farm-raised turkey is the #1 ingredient
  • Zero grains, glutens or fillers
  • Zero poultry by-product meal
  • Zero artificial preservatives, colors or flavors

Rachael and her team have done such a great job at creating a grain-free meal that the respected Dog Food Advisor rates Zero Grain four out of five stars!

“Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Dog Food is a plant-based kibble using a moderate amount of turkey as its main source of animal protein, thus earning the brand 4 stars.

Highly recommended.”

As a feel-good bonus, Rachael’s company is donating proceeds of Zero Grain to Rachael’s Rescue, an organization that’s raised over $4.2 million to date, for food, medical supplies and treatments of shelter animals in need.

Wyatt Gives Zero Grain 3 Paws Up

We were given samples of Zero Grain to try on Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray, who has a notoriously sensitive belly. With some trepidation (and some green clay nearby, just in case), we gave him an entire bowl without any homemade wet food, to see if he liked it.

Nutrish Zero Grain Dog Food

We hardly had time to take some photos before Wyatt ate it all up!

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Dog Food

Wyatt’s stomach handled it just fine, which makes all of us hoppy. Rachael Ray Nutrish® Zero Grain™ is a terrific choice for him, especially when we’re on the road and looking for quality dog food. Here’s where to buy Nutrish Zero Grain.

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Dog Food

Win a Free Bag of Zero Grain

Now’s your chance to try Rachael’s new food for free! We’ll make it easy: just tell us in the comments field below what your dog currently eats, and why you want to try a Zero Grain diet.

All entries must be received no later than midnight on May 23. One lucky winner will be selected at random. U.S. residents only.

This contest has ended. Try Nutrish Zero Grain for your dog today !
Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Turkey & Potato Recipe Dry Dog Food

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Turkey & Potato Recipe Dry Dog Food

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Turkey & Potato Recipe Dry Dog Food





14 Responses to “Win a Bag of New Zero Grain Dog Food from Rachael Ray Nutrish”

  1. I am currently feeding my Tripawd Gus & his sister Cricket the Diamond Naturals 60+ large breed kibble. I would like to try this brand to see if I could get firmer stools with the dogs. It would make lawn clean up easier.

  2. Sherri Largent May 17, 2013 at 8:28 am

    I currently feed my Tripawd Buddy & his brother Chubbs Pedigree or Purina. I am looking for food that Buddy(14 1/2 years old) will want to eat. He needs his energy. I would love to try this. The boys have enjoyed Rachel Ray chicken dry food in the past. I’m sure they would love this new food.

  3. Hi, My dogs currently eat a home prepared diet. My dog Barret was diagnosed with cancer this past week so I will be be making some modifications so that his meals meet cancer diet requirements. He is scheduled to have his front leg fully amputated next week.

    It is always helpful to have a bag of dog food around in case I run out of food and I’d love to give this a try since it is grain free.

    Thanks, HC

  4. One of our dogs, Franny, also known as FranMan, was recently diagnosed with liver cancer and a grain-free diet was recommended. FranMan is a black/gray 14 year old Shihtzu who loves being with his lifelong mate, Zoey, and we want to extend their time together, too. Franny has excellent medical care from the best oncology practice. We know that diet is another crucial element in stabilizing his condition and would like him to have a chance to try it.
    If Frannie doesn’t like it, Little Thing might! She is one of his sisters (a chihuahua yorkie) who is also age 14 and has a mast cell tumor. She has been treated for a year and is yappily having fun with everyone. We’d like to try a grain-free diet for her, too.

  5. My Quadpawd , Spade has a ton of allergies which result in severe dermatitis . Currently I have to make his own food as nothing commercially available will not prevent his allergies . I’d love to find a commercial food to help supplement his diet that wouldn’t make him sick .

  6. Dr. Watson currently eats Science Diet Large Breed. I’d like to try a grain free diet and see if that improves his energy and helps firm his stool up a little.

  7. Our 7 year old mixed breed Murphy was diagnosed with a bone tumor in February. He had his front leg amputated in April. His oncologist has suggested that a diet high in protein and low in grains will help prevent metastasis of the cancer. He currently is eating Science Diet. thank you!

  8. Thank you so much everyone, we have a winner! Jim Brown and Spade are the lucky recipients of a free bag of Zero Grain.

    Stay tuned for more contests coming up!

  9. Costco @ zero grain

  10. I currently feed Patches Nutrish muttballs and chicken stew, she loves it. Would like to try her with some dry food mixed in and less wet.

  11. I’d like to try zero grain because I want the first ingredient in the dog food to be meat not fillers.

  12. Erica, thanks for commenting. The contest is over but if you try it please let us know what your pup thinks!

  13. I feed my rottweiler Iams Large Breed . I am looking to switch to help with dry skin.

  14. Thanks for all the comments! As noted by Jerry, and in the red text above, this contest is now over. Please follow the links in the post for more information about Nutrish and where to find it.

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