20 Years and Counting!

Dear Fresh is Best Folks,

Happy New Year! I wish to thank you for at least 20 years of excellent service and fantastic products! I Thought you might be interested in our journey. The dogs pictured here are only 3 of the several dogs I have had eating Companion Natural/Fresh is Best products. All, except Red, were Vizslas and performance dogs.

Sprite is the Vizsla who started my journey with Companion Natural. She was allergic to 1/3 of the things on this earth. She ate the Beef fresh frozen product combined with lamb based kibble. She lived for 13 years. (I lived in WI then.)

For the other Vizslas we rotated the Beef, Turkey and Chicken fresh frozen products.

The two pups pictured are the current dogs enjoying Fresh is Best. They have been on your product since they entered my home as puppies. I do combine it with kibble. The Vizsla is Anni (7y/o) and Red is the 9 y/o Papillion.

When we moved to Tennessee, I had to switch to the freeze dried version. Red has a sensitive stomach, so the majority of his food is raw blend. With these two, we rotate the Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Pork so as to vary the proteins.

They are eager for every meal.

We occasionally purchase treats also.

My sister’s Vizslas now use Fresh is Best as a topper on their meals also.

Thank you for all you do. It’s a blessing for pet health. Happy New Year. May 2024 see prosperity for you all.

Ginger M. Tierney, Red and Anni

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