Dr. Marty Nature's Blend Reviews
About Dr. Marty Nature's Blend
Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend is the product of Dr. Martin Goldstein’s, also known by many as Dr. Marty. His mission is to help boost your pet’s health through a unique vision of animal nutrition.
The idea started when he had a poor health in his 20s. He discovered macrobiotic diets as being highly effective. Since then, his aches and pains were gone and he even lost 20 pounds. He then tried the macrobiotics diet on one of his client’s dogs, Kaiser, who also suffered the same low energy and pains he had. Kaiser returned in his clinic full of energy and with a thicker and shinier look.
Dr. Marty Dog Food is a breakthrough in veterinary science and focuses more on preventing the deterioration of your pet’s health rather than curing the disease. As such, Dr. Marty insists on only using the best ingredients for your dog, rich with multiple protein sources and never any cereals, grains, or fillers.
You can rest assured that your dog’s nutritional needs are provided for, along with a tasty flavor your dog will love. Each scoop of Nature’s Blend is freshly made in the USA, so they are densely packed with the vitamins, minerals and the nourishment your dog needs.
The Premium Freeze-Dried Dog Food is a nutrition-packed formula crafted to provide your dog with a healthier life. It is a blend of various meats, fish, ranch-raised beef, duck, and other protein sources with fruits and vegetables for a balanced diet.
The formula is freeze-dried to retain the nutritional value of the food, for unlike other companies that cook the food intensively, Premium Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food is designed to imitate the food that your dog will eat in the wild.
How Does It Work?
You can simply go to your local store and look for this particular brand and purchase it. You can also order online in their website and choose the amount you wish to get for your dog.
Each dog breed does not need a different formula, as Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend is designed for the overall diet for dogs of any breed. Also, buying this product not only helps your dog’s health but you also help the service dogs of America as a portion of each purchase goes directly to the Freedom Service Dogs of America.
In the event that your dog’s health does not improve, you can return the unused portion within 90 days from purchase, Dr. Marty’s will refund 100% of the purchase price. This warranty is effective on the day the product is shipped from the fulfillment center.
Cost and Price Plans
A bag of Nature’s Blend (net weight 454g) costs US$59.95, which may be pricy if you are on a tight budget. You can save up to 5% off when you buy three bags for US$170.85.
If you are planning on stocking up on dog food but worries about the cost, buying six bags of Nature’s Blend helps you save up to 10% off as it would only cost you US$323.70.
Reviews online are positive. People love the product because their dog’s feeding habits become better. Their pets gained weight, became more energetic and healthier.
Some reviewers testified that the pets got excited on the first sniff. Puppies are also attracted to the Nature’s Blend. Some even testified that not only their pet’s liver enzymes improved dramatically after two weeks of eating Nature Blend, but their pet also have more energy and sleeps better.
As for complaints, most people found Dr. Marty’s expensive. Reviewers are looking for an alternative to have a quality freeze-dried but affordable blend as Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend just won’t fit in their budget. They also complained about the customer service being unable to help them in the serving instructions.
Competitors and Alternatives
Tender and True is a competitor of Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend. They also use organic recipes, at the same price. However, retailer stores offer a huge discount if you are a member.
Ziwi Peak is an alternative of Dr. Marty’s. Their products are sorted by flavor. Their dog food is cheaper.
Fromm Gold Adult Dog Food have their dog food sorted based on your dog’s breed. This can be an alternative to Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend as they are cheaper in price, depending on your dog’s breed.
Orijen Tundra is also an alternative of Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend. Their product is grain-free and has 80% protein and 20% fruits. The prices are cheaper than Dr. Marty’s and are more affordable if you are looking for the same quality for a lower price.
Where to Buy?
You can find Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend at their website at https://drmartypets.com/contact/ or you can email them at [email protected] . They are open every day.
When you access their website, they offer first time customer discounts and returning customer’s discounts on their newsletters.
Dr. Marty’s Nature Blend is recommended for dogs who are having trouble eating, moving around, and have a poor health. The organic recipes used will guarantee your dog’s recovery as early as three weeks.
Their dog food is worth your every penny for your dog’s recovery. However, if you are on a tight budget, there are other products that can be fed to your pet that has the quality of nutrients and vitamins, but at an affordable price.
145 ‘Dr. Marty Nature's Blend’ Reviews
I have three Siberian Huskies that are all eating a raw diet already. I originally bought Dr. Marty’s for their night time snack. In the morning they get a whole chicken cut up and shared, pureed pumpkin with their vitamins and minerals mixed in with some salmon oil. That is topped with tripe, beef liver, duck liver and a rabbit ear or salmon skin bone as a treat topper. At night, I was giving them canned mackerel or tuna or sardines or salmon. That gets extremely expensive so I was going to switch to Dr. Marty’s for their night time meal but to be honest it’s a little more expensive than the canned option. I was very happy with the ingredients. I felt like they were getting a more balanced diet but also worried that there was mushy. No crunch so it sticks in their teeth. Granted they get rawbones every morning to clean so I guess I shouldn’t worry. However, I just went through it so fast! The first bag didn’t even last five days. So I’d end up spending a fortune on night time snack. It’s a real catch 22 for me. I’d love to feed them Dr. Martys but just have a hard time justifying such a high price. I’m going to try and maybe just feed them Dr. Marty’s every other night time snack because they absolutely went NUTS for this food. Howled at me when I was preparing it. Spinning husky circles couldn’t wait to dive in.
My dog Scooter is a puggle. He has had stomach issues since he was a puppy. He is going to be 11yrs old on St. Patrick’s Day, 3/17/19. I read about Dr. Marty’s dog food on the internet. When I saw the price I almost immediately closed the website page. Instead I kept reading and decided I love my dog enough to try giving him this food. Anyway when it came I added s very small amount to his feedings and gave him a couple of pieces as treats. He liked it immediately but I was worried about his digestive system so I carefully watched his bowel movements. As they became more stable I added more of Dr. Marty’s and less of his previous dog food. I still add a little of his old food at this time but that’s only because I just bought a box and would like to finish it. I was also happy that since I fed my dog dry food I did not have to mix it with water before giving it to him. I recently ordered another shipment and signed up for automatic refills. I do recommend this dog food.
Being a new customer since I saw the infomercial with Dr. Marty, I was not aware there were other dog food products than the bag I originally received. That product was crunchy but Nature's Blend is a light colored rectangular rather soft chewy food. I was concerned that my dog wouldn't eat it like she did the first bag I ordered. But she ate every bite!
My dog, Sunny, needs to lose a few pounds. She is a 7 yo rescue dog who currently is 14 lbs when she should be 10-11 lbs. She is a terrier mix and eats once a day. How much should I feed her to result in a 3 lbs. weight loss?
How does Nature's Blend differ from the original food I ordered from the infomercial with Dr. Marty?
"ADDIE",,, WAS SO EAGER JUST FROM THE SMELL OF THE OPEN BAG ,,, I COULD NOT OPEN AND GET IT IN HER DISH FAST ENOUGH,,, WHEN I TOOK IT TO THE SINK TO ADD THE HOT WATER TO IT ,,, SHE WAS SITTING THERE TILL IT WAS READY FOR HER , AND IT WAS EATEN SO FAST ,,, I THOUGHT SHE WOULD BE SICK,,, FROM EATING SO FAST ,,, SHE LICK HER MOUTH LIKE "HEY MORE PLEASE" ,,,, SO NEEDLESS TO SAY IT IS WHAT SHE WANTS FROM NOW ON .... Thank You .
I have seven little dogs under ten pounds. This is the first food I have found that they all clean their bowls. I make a gravy from the food and sprinkle it over the top of their kibble. One bag last me two weeks. I would feed it exclusively except for the price. I realize to get this quality you have to pay a premium.
I have 3 dogs. 2 Rottweilers and 1 Bull Terrier. All 3 dogs loved this food. I noticed less grass consumption, firm, easy to handle stools, more energy, and less discharge from their eyes. All 3 dogs are 4 yrs old and active. Their coats were shinier and I noticed less flaking of the skin on the Bull Terrier. I also noticed little intolerance of the food from the first day of feeding.
I would give this food 5 stars were it not for the price. I buy good quality food for my dogs already and spend approximately $180.00 per month. However, I cannot afford to purchase Dr. Marty's food on a monthly, even a regular basis. $30.00 for a 16 oz bag will not feed all 3 dogs for a single day, to say nothing for a week. To feed my dogs this food daily for 1 month would cost me approximately $900.00. Or approx $808.50/month if I buy 6 bags for $161.70. I love my dogs and would love to provide this food for them. However, until my pocketbook can accommodate the price, I will continue to do the best I can for them. Thx
Dog really liked food originally. Her feces were much improved. Dog does not readily eat dog food now as when she first started. Feed less then called for due to high price. Use to add canned dog food to her dry to encourage her to eat it, now I use your dog food to replace canned.
First the bad news, my dog was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in December the vet gave him 30 days to live. My husband found the link to Dr. Marty's and said try it - Out of desperation in an attempt to squeeze out every last minute with our sweet Brody I ordered it - I was only going to order three bags because it was was off the charts expensive - but ended up getting 9 bags - ONLY because I wasn't paying attention. Well, first let me tell you Brody gobbled this food up - he wasn't eating before - he was weak, his limp was severed and he was lethargic - We really didn't have any hope because after a week( I was still mixing it with his old food) - while he was eating the food he still wasn't improved. We scheduled Brody to cross over the rainbow bridge because he was truly having trouble walking - on the day (January 15) the vet was supposed to come to the house my husband was admitted to the hospital for emergency surgery - so I cancelled the vet - long story short my husband ended up in ICU and the hospital for 16 days - so I had the neighbors caring for and feeding Brody - well after three weeks of Dr. Marty's Brody is walking better, isn't lethargic, wants to play, is able to hold himself up when eliminating, so I bought more Dr. Marty's even though we really couldn't afford it -and Brody continues to improve. Even the swelling in his elbow joint where the tumor is seems smaller. I have noticed that Brody drinks tons more water with this food - while I truly believe the macro nutrients in Dr. Marty's are extending my pups life ( and not a cure for his issues) it is unreasonable for average folk( or retired people like us) to afford this food for a large breed dog that eats 4 cups a day(8 cups in a bag) - that is $12.50 a day to feed him or $375.00 a month or $4,562.50 a year. For most people that is simply not affordable. We will continue to feed Brody this special food until he is no longer with us - because he is worth it( We cancelled an anniversary trip) and this product is well, working for us and improving his quality of life.
For people that have smaller breed dogs it's worth looking into - it will probably save you money on vet bills in the long run and keep your treasured fur friend healthy and living longer.
So the take away for this long winded review....give it a month before passing judgement ( there is a 90 day money back guarantee) If you can figure out financially how to feed your dog or cat this food it's worth it. You would need to be Oprah/Warren Buffett/ Bills Gates to afford to feed a large breed dog or a pack this food. : )