Petbroisa Dog and Cat Food Review and Giveaway

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We recently took our Lady to the vet and the vet told us she was a little bit overweight, so when I was asked to do a review for Petbrosia I was excited! I could get her some food that’s good for her age and weight. So far shes loving it.

Petbrosia determines the right diet for your dog or cat based on their breed, age, weight, food allergies, and activity level. They use only the highest quality, all-natural ingredients, grown and raised by farmers across America. No corn, No wheat, No soy, and No by-products.

The site uses a veterinarian and nutritionist designed algorithm to find the perfect fit for each pet’s unique nutritional needs. The food is shipped directly to your door and you can chose to automatically have a new box shipped to your door so you never run out

We can even get this for Dakota our black lab who we come to find out has a food allergy, so the next one I am going to get is for her. It came with a full sheet showing a break down of the ingredients, feeding guidelines, and nutritional amounts per serving of the food.

Petbrosia product is an awesome concept that has not been done before. The idea of getting a unique blend that changes over time with your dog’s changing nutritional needs is brilliant.

At, we champion this by providing nutrition that is custom designed to each individual dog or cat. We want to hear from you what makes your pet unique!
Share with us what makes your pet unique. Post a picture and a short paragraph that we may share with our growing network! We will also post pet health information that we find to be interesting.

Petbrosia supports the welfare of less fortunate pets by donating a percentage of each sale to support the Rescue Bank, the national pet food distribution program for animal rescue groups and organizations.


For more information or to order food for your pet go to the following links:

The wonderful people at Petbrosia are giving one of my lucky followers a chance to win a 3 Pound Box for their four legged baby too, all you have to do is enter below and good luck.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. Linda Szymoniak says

    I have five rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds – one is a senior and one needs to lose some weight. All are healthy. I also have three cats – an overweight senior Maine Coon, a 6-year-old DSH with allergies, and a kitten. So, we have all different types of food for our furbabies.

  2. Marti Tabora says

    My dog is not on a special diet, but he goes to the vet tomorrow and I think he may be just a little bit overweight.

  3. Shemp DeYoung (@shempgames) says

    Our dog is a little bit older and a little bit chubbier than she used to be, so I try to keep those things in mind when I buy her food.

  4. says

    I have 2 dogs and 3 cats. I used to have another dog who died about 3 months ago. He was on a special diet. I made him chicken breasts, rice, cottage cheese, yogurt etc. He was a diabetic and got insulin. It turned out he had cancer everywhere and in his pancreas making him like a diabetic. We get the lean dog food a lot of times. I have bought urinary SO too!!

  5. Shelley P says

    I don’t have my dog on a special diet but I am looking for a food for her that she does well on. She is allergic to beef and has a sensitive tummy.

  6. Jill Myrick says

    We have two dogs and three cats. All but one are on a regular diet but our eight year old cat is on a gluten free diet.


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