Sunday, July 13, 2014

Petbrosia Pet Food Review & GIVEAWAY!


Its about time we have a formal introduction for a member of our family that for some reason, isn't talked about much.  
So its about time we introduce you all to my other baby!

Meet Lady!
Our sweet, gentle giant also known as our daughter's pony!
Lady is a 4 year old Doberman that we rescued 
from a kill-shelter in 2012.
She is Emma's best friend and companion
and the most amazing dog! 


The folks at Petbrosia sent us some of their dog food for Lady to try and for me to review.  



 The first thing that really hooked me about Petbrosia, was the easy ordering process and the fast shipping!  When you order your Petbrosia pet food online, you're able to customize your pet's food based on their body and their individual nutrition needs.  You're given options in the order form to customize based on breed, age, body condition, activity level, allergies and sensitivities so you know your pet will get a formula customized for their personal needs.  I found that to be great since most of the pet food offered in specialty stores only give a few options to choose from.  For Lady, we usually only have one option and that's a Large Breed formula and theres usually not much to pick from.


The next thing that really impressed me was the fast shipping I mentioned.  After I placed my order, Lady's new 10 pound package of dog food was delivered to my door within 48 hours.  That was super quick!  We live in a smaller community with not a lot of shopping options.  Lady's usual food can only be purchased at a pet specialty store about 40 minutes away so being able to order Lady's food online and get it so quickly was a huge plus for me!


The formula we received for Lady was Petbrosia's New Grain-Free Salmon & Sweet Potato!  Petbrosia pet food is made from natural ingredients that are grown and raised in the US.  Their pet food contains NO corn, NO wheat, NO soy, and N) by-products!   And Petbrosia strongly believes that since each pet is unique, their food should be too.  The Petbrosia website offers a page stocked with info on individual breeds and their nutritional needs so I was able to read up on Dobermans and learned a bit about Lady and what she needs as well as potential health concerns that I should watch for.    After transitioning Lady over to her Petbrosia dog food, we found that she really seemed to enjoy it!   Lady is such a high energy dog, so she needs a good nutritious food to keep her going!


Be sure to use promo code BRL10
and get $10 OFF of your first purchase of Petbrosia pet food! 

Here are some great resources that Petbrosia offers
to help you learn more about their products and about your pet! 
 



Petbrosia is also offering one lucky 
The Bee Hive Buzz reader,
a chance to win a 3 pound box of Petbrosia pet food, tailored to your pet's needs!


Giveaway end 7/20/2014 .  Open to US only (excludes Hawaii and Alaska).  Must be 18+ to enter.  One winner will be randomly selected.  Winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim prize.  If prize is not claimed, a new winner will be randomly selected.  Good Luck!


Enter using the Rafflecopter form below!


Disclosure:  I was provided with a sample free of charge to facilitate this review.  I was not compensated for this review and was not compensated for hosting this giveaway.  All opinions are my own!   The Bee Hive Buzz is not responsible for prize shipment and is not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

4 comments:

  1. I have a black lab named Dash a yorkie named Jinger and a mama cat that just had 5 kittens and we are keeping a girl Sable and a boy Justify

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  2. I have a Heinz 57 variety Mutt. We love her dearly. She has skin allergies, and I would love to try her on this food.
    I can't seen to find anything that agrees with her. I even resorted to cooking for her and giving her veggies...no corn, peas or carrots because of the sugars and starches. She did well on that for a while, but the skin condition came back. I spend mucho $$$ at the vet and she still has it. My poor baby.
    Ann B. - ababe28 at hotmail dot com

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  3. my dog is a collie and german shepard mix she is about 11 years old

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  4. Have a Shepard mix named Ted. He is a very picky eater. WOuld love to try this!

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