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    Fran C

    I appreciate the detailed information about dog foods on this website. I have not seen any info. posted about “Only Natural Pet’s Raw Nibs”, freeze dried grain free raw nibblets. It is for dogs & cats. My 50 lb. 2 yr old Catahoula dog & my 13 yr old kitty like this food & have had no problems with it.

    I feed my dog “Organix” grain free canned dog food (organic), & feed the cat frozen “Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Bites”, rabbit formula. For the cat, I often mix a bit of “Nature’s Var. Instinct” grain free canned food, rabbit flavor. I picked these foods because their ingredients listed pure foods & very few other ingredients. The cat seems to like the rabbit better than other meats.

    I mix the “Only Natural Pet Raw Nibs” freeze dried nibblets with both my dog’s & cat’s foods. The seem to be doing well with the Raw Nibs & like the food.

    I haven’t found any reviews on your pages of the “Only Natural Pet” freeze dried grain free raw nibblets. Have any other subscribers used these freeze dried raw nibblets? I would like to know any of the readers’ experience with this food, & also the opinion of Mike Sagman.

    I would appreciate any info. Thank you very much! I am grateful for what I have learned from the website. Fran C

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    Lynn L

    I am feeding a raw diet and Only Natural Pet raw nibs was suggested. My dog likes it however, I wanted to mix it with other raw (Stella & Chewy) so I soaked the raw nibs to mix them up with the other. I’ve discovered very hard bits (non water-soluble) in the nibs. I’ve written twice to the mfg to ascertain what this is. My assumption is that it’s coarsely ground bone but I really don’t know. At any rate, I’m not feeding this food at present pending their response.

    Only Natural Pet suggested that I take pictures and send them but the pieces are quite small and just look like food product. I suggested whomever does their Q A soak 5 nibs in water for several hours and then attempt to flatten a nib. They will soon see for themselves what I’ve found. Sizes vary, some are sharp, at most the size of half a pea but when I have a 3 lb dog that size is significant to me. I can’t imagine anything that is not water-soluble that would be appropriate in my dog’s diet.

    Thought I would mention this as I’m working rather hard to feed a good quality diet to her and I assume you all might wish to make your own inquiries if you’re feeding this particular product.

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    Nadia K

    Here is a review from this website:

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