The Farmer's Dog

True North Dog Treats

 No recalls.

In the late 1990s, a veterinarian with a Ph.D. in canine nutrition and a food scientist started making what is now known as the NRG brands of pet food. The recipes use fresh ingredients from North American and Canadian farms that have been dehydrated using a special process the owners developed.

The manufacturing location uses renewable energy, and shipping costs are lower because the dehydrated product weighs less than dry or wet food.

Other NRG brands include NRG Original, OptimumMaxim and Pulse.

True North Quick Facts

Brand line includes: NRG True North Treats Dehydrated Range Fed Canadian Beef Liver, NRG TNT True North Treats Sun Dried Wild Salmon Skin
Cost: $$
Company: Smart Nutritional Research Group, Ltd. D.B.A. NRG Pet Products, Ltd.
Headquarters: 4781 Mc Leery Rd, Armstrong BC, Canada V0E 1B3
Contact info: 250-546-8969, email, website


 

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Have True North Dog Treats Ever Been Recalled?

No. This brand has never been recalled, according to our research.

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