Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance® Expands L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets® Line with Two New Canned Formulas for Dogs

Natural Balance Pet Foods® is proud to unveil two new canned dog formulas to their innovative L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets® line. The new cans will be available for dogs in both Rabbit & Brown Rice Formula and Wild Boar & Brown Rice Formula. Available in stores this month.

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Pacoima, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2012

Natural Balance Pet Foods® is proud to unveil two new canned dog formulas to their innovative L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets® line. The new cans are expected to line store shelves in February and will be available for dogs in both Rabbit & Brown Rice Formula and Wild Boar & Brown Rice Formula.

Natural Balance® continues to be the leader in Limited Ingredient Diets by carefully selecting ingredients of the highest quality. Not only do these two formulas contain unique meat protein sources – wild boar and rabbit – both are high in protein and extremely palatable. Brown rice is a superior rice grain carbohydrate with the nutrient-rich bran portion intact.

As with the entire limited ingredient product line, the new formulas are scientifically formulated to optimize skin and coat. They provide premium nutrition for pets and are complete and balanced for all life stages of dogs.

“We pride ourselves in finding exceptional, unique ingredients to incorporate into our formulas,” said Heather Govea, Senior Vice President of Independent Sales & Corporate Marketing at Natural Balance. “Wild boar is leaner in meat than pork, and rabbit has one of the fewest calories per pound compared to other meats.”

Upon launching in February, Natural Balance® L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets® Rabbit & Brown Rice and Wild Boar & Brown Rice formulas will be available in 13 ounce cans.

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Natural Balance® was founded by Dick Van Patten and Joey Herrick in 1989 on the philosophy of providing pets and their owners The Food For a Lifetime™.