Why Whole Grains?

Many dog food brands do not feature whole grains. But whole grains in your dog’s diet help your dog stay healthy and happy.

1. Improved Digestion

Whole grains help provide the right amount and ratio of fiber to ensure a healthier digestive tract for healthy digestion. Digestive health is important because, as digestibility improves, your dog can absorb more nutrients and maximize the health benefits from all of the nutrients, like protein, in meals. With the help of whole grains, NUTRO® Dry Dog Food improves your dog’s digestion, guaranteed.*

2. Small, Firm Stool

How do you know if your dog’s digestion has improved? The quality of your dog’s stool is one of the best indicators. You’ll notice smaller, firmer stool quality, which is good for your dog and makes cleanup easier. Thanks to its better digestibility, NUTRO® Dry Dog Food also provides less stool quantity and fewer trips to the yard. You’ll notice a difference, guaranteed.*

3. Great Energy

Whole grains are nutrient-dense foods that are excellent sources of protein, fiber and vitamins. Blending whole grains, such as whole brown rice and oatmeal, provides great energy, especially for active dogs who need diets tailored to their unique energy needs.

* Complete satisfaction or your money back

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