Monday, February 20, 2017

Ike Sums it Up #ChewyInfluencer

Ike here!
I've been spreading the word that my mom is a Chewy Influencer. That means that she gets cool things from, and writes a review. And I get to sample the food! This month I've been telling you all about Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak turkey, duck and quail Northern Woodland Recipe.

All month long I've been trying this new food, and Mom has been keeping tabs on how I'm doing. As lots of you know, different food can affect our digestive system, skin and coat, energy level and more. I can be a bit sensitive to new food, so Mom introduced Peak gradually.

I'm happy to say that I love Rachael Ray Nutrish Peak food! Here is my evaluation form:

Did it smell good?  CHECK--almost as good as dirty socks.

Did it taste good? CHECK---I licked my bowl clean every time.

Did it agree with my tummy?  CHECK--no bellyaches, no vomiting, and everything looks okay on the backyard patrol.

Did it help make my coat nice and shiny? CHECK--you can see for yourself, right?

Did it taste good? CHECK-- Oh yeah, I did that one already....but really that's what counts to me!

Mom said she'd buy it again. And I would recommend it to all my friends out there. It also comes in Natural Open Range formula for all you lovers of beef, venison and lamb.

So what do you think? Did you like my review? Would you try it yourself?


Full Discolosure: We received one bag of Nutrish Peak dog food in exchange for my honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion. Opinions expressed here are 100% my own.


  1. Great review! I hadn't heard about this specific food, but I have heard good things about Rachel Ray's other products. Looks like it passed your tests with flying colors!

  2. Well, that sounds like a food every doggie would love! Great review!

  3. Since Rachael Ray foodables are Made just 20 mins. from OUR HOUSE... we are PROUD to hear that you Like it.

    1. I hope you take lots of field trips for free handouts!

  4. Great review and glad you liked it! We haven't tried it. Is it potato free/grain-free? My babes have too many allergies! ;)

    1. Yes, it is grain free but it does have potatoes. That must be a challenge finding food for your fur babies allergies. Have you tried any Limited Ingredient ones? Hope it works, Good luck!

    2. It has been a challenge. They are currently eating Zignature which is grain-free, potato free and doing well on it. After a year of just doing grain-free, we finally figured out that the potatoes were adding to my girls issues. So, my boy gets none now. :)

      Thanks Peggy!

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