Rachael Ray™ Nutrish cat food reviews from CatFoodDB -- Includes nutritional analysis, ingredient lists, allergen alerts and more.
Follow up to previous comment. My cat has had diarrhea for months after eating Rachel Ray Nutrish. Had a shot of antibiotics at the vet & he gave me pro-biotics to add to her food. Like Ellen Walsh, my cat’s blood work also showed elevated kidney & liver enzymes.
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Price:$20.88 Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.5 x 1.5 inches ; 13 pounds Shipping Weight: 14.4 pounds
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There has been a voluntary recall put out by Nutrish before for their wet cat food. I do not, however, believe this is an indication of poor quality from the company. Many recent Rachael Ray dog food reviews mention the food being suspect to causing their dog’s problems, but there have been no official connections made between the food and any illnesses. Still, that’s worrisome.Having reviewed both the dog and cat food now, I feel confident in saying that Rachael Ray Nutrish produces some of the highest quality pet food I have seen, and at a price that will not break the bank! I absolutely recommend Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain cat food for any cat owner seeking affordable, high-quality food for their loving purr-balls. A huge thank you to Nutrish and Influenster for allowing us to try the food out for ourselves to see if it’s a good fit!I am so glad to see that all six of my cats loved the Nutrish Zero Grain cat food! I like that it has a slightly lower price point than comparable cat foods, though I am still on the fence as to whether I can afford permanently switching my cats over to Nutrish. The zero-grain recipe is extremely healthy for all of my cats. It is also safe and beneficial to kittens and lactating mama cats as well! We had such a great time reviewing the food and I am glad that we got to sample another Rachael Ray Nutrish pet food.OK, we have two dogs. A lab/catahula leopard mix and a boxer/lab/pitt bull mix. They were on Natures Recipe Venison and rice dry food. This stuff is very costly and our lab/catahula mix was not doing well on it. I spied Rachel Ray’s nutrish and decided to give the chicken and veggie a try (we were out of the other all together) Now, there was no introducing of the new food. Neither dog had any issues and our BO finally put on a few needed pounds. They have been on it now for a year with no trouble. The vet reviewed the ingredients and was satisfied. If your dog has an allergic reaction it is not the foods fault. I am allergic to berries…..does that make it the fault of the strawberry?