Wednesday, October 22, 2014

What Does Your Pet's #WholeBodyHealth Look Like?

Post Disclaimer:  This post is sponsored by Natural Balance's Original Ultra Whole Body Health and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network.  I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Whole Body Health but Oz the Terrier only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.  Natural Balance is not responsible for the content of this article.

What does your pet's whole body health look like?  
Healthy skin and shiny coat?  Strong bones and clean teeth?  Strong, well-built musculature?

Oz the Terrier shows off his whole body health

If you recall, in September I asked each of you to participate in a brief, Pet Whole Body Health survey sponsored by Natural Balance.  There were six questions asking what you considered important to your pet's Whole Body Health and those answers were going to generate an infographic.  

Well, those results have been tallied and included in this terrierific infographic:

As you can see, 55% of pet parents believe the Most Important Factor for Pet Health is NUTRITION.  I couldn't agree more.  Though we all may eat different types/brands of food, a nutritious, balanced diet is essential to keeping a pet healthy.  

It's interesting that the majority of pet parents, 40%, site DIGESTION as their Top Pet Health Concern while 21% of pet parents site IMMUNE SYSTEM as their Top Pet Health Concern.  Since a pet's digestive tract is also part of their immune system, it seems obvious that feeding a balanced diet would help maintain a healthy digestive tract and strong immune system.

Natural Balance agrees and created the Original Ultra Whole Body Health line of pet foods for dogs and cats to provide an optimal balance of premium proteins and key nutrients that will nourish a pet's complete well-being and support their needs through all their life stages.  In fact, Natural Balance's Original Ultra Whole Body Health formulas support 7 areas of your pet's health:

1 Supports Neural Development with optimal levels of DHA EPA from marine sources to support an active, healthy brain;
2.  Supports Healthy Skin & Coat with balanced Omega-6 and Omega-3 ratios to keep skin healthy and coat luxurious;
3.  Supports Digestion with multiple types of fibers - fruits and grains;
4.  Supports Healthy Muscle Development with quality proteins;
5Supports Strong, Healthy Bones and Teeth with proper levels of calcium and phosphorous;
6.  Helps Maintain Healthy Heart and Eyes with added taurine; and
7.  Supports Immune System with a proprietary blend of antioxidant nutrients.

Does this food sound too good to be true?  Natural Balance wants you to try it and see for yourself.

That's right!  From now through December 31st, you can CLICK HERE to download a coupon for $3.00 off the Original Ultra Whole Body Health dry formulas.

What does your Whole Body Health look like?  
Did you choose Nutrition as the most important factor for pet health?  
If so, will you be trying the 
Natural Balance Original Ultra Whole Body Health food?


  1. That's a cool infographic, showing all the nutrients. You definitely look very happy and healthy in your picture! :)

  2. Sounds like a great product but with our allergies we tend to stick with what we know is safe for us

  3. Well you look fit and happy Oz for sure. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. I like "all in ones" and this sounds really great! I think it's better to use one food what helps on more than one front, than to add supplements and oils and pills to our food. I will look if the big pet store in my area has it :o)

  5. Looking like you are the picture of a healthy and happy Woofie so the food must be great. I have seen several blogs sharing the same graphic, but the results are often very different. Would be interesting to learn if the woofie readers answers are different from the kitty ones...*runs off to do research*

  6. Ringy Dingy Dongy Hellooooo Oz ~ You want to know what my whole body looks like. Well are you going to give me one of those skimpy paper gowns to wear for this exam. I don't know about you looking at my personals. My whole body is doing good considering the shape I was born with.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

  7. I think we voted nutrition first followed by exercise. We are happy with our current food and have no plans to switch.

  8. Oz mom and I think my overall health is pretty good. I'm active, eyes sparkly, coat glistening and I have a great appetite
    Hugs madi your bfff

  9. Sounds like a great food.
    Mr Bailey & Hazel

  10. I cook Indy's food. With all his liver issues, I have to carefully monitor his food.

    Critter Alley

  11. WE have been given samples of Natural Balance at Pet Expos... We LIKE IT... and Mom (the QUEEN of POOPS) says that it makes our poops GOOD... THAT is very much impawtant.

  12. I think I said nutrition followed by genetics. Because after having a puppy that got bone cancer at only 15 months old, well... there's nothing that anything could have done to help that. It was the (bad) luck of the draw with her genetics. But, still nutrition is SUPER important and, i think in general for most dogs, the number one thing! You look super healthy, Oz!

  13. Very awesome infographic Oz!!
    Dory, Jakey, Bilbo ad Arty

  14. Yes to NUTRITION as the #1 factor of pet health. Look at you OZ, doing great! Golden Woofs

  15. This sounds great! I love the infographic too!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  16. look very healthy! Sounds like a great pet food!

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  17. We got a sample of this food in our PetBox and Shiner looks excited to give it a taste!

  18. thanks for sharing the info graphic, i remember doing the survey.


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