Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food

: 5/5
High protein dry food for dogs that are very active, with a complete and balanced grain-free recipe that supports healthy joints. Formerly Nutrivet Instinct Energetic & Nutritional...further information
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Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food
Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food
Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food
Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food
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High protein dry food for dogs that are very active, with a complete and balanced grain-free recipe that supports healthy joints. Formerly Nutrivet Instinct Energetic & Nutritional

Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food contains lots of chicken, lamb and turkey meat to give very active dogs that take part in sports or working dogs the right amount of fat and protein in their diet. This means that you can be sure your dog is consuming the right amount of energy for the activities that it needs to do, as well as the right amount of protein to help with recovery afterwards. With 80% ingredients of animal origin, plus 20% fruit, vegetables, plant extracts and vitamins, the proportions of different nutrients in this dry kibble matches the dog’s wild ancestors’ diet, which was made up of prey animals and small amounts of plant-based food. Even today, your dog’s digestive system is still adapted to a grain-free diet that is high in meat protein.

Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food contains a wealth of natural ingredients: beetroot, tomatoes, chicory and other vegetable varieties, plus cranberry extract, fennel and rosemary and other plant-based ingredients, that can all have a positive effect on your dog’s overall wellbeing. The high quality ingredients mean that the food has no need for artificial flavourings, colourings and chemical preservatives. It contains salmon oil, to promote a shiny coat and a strong immune system, and glucosamine and chondroitin for healthy bones and joints (which can be put under strain during sports and work). L-carnitine supports the metabolism and can help your dog to burn fat, providing it with even more energy for an active life.

This high quality, balanced dog food combines the best natural ingredients, based on nature’s design for good nutrition.

Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food at a glance:

  • Premium dry food for very active adult dogs aged 2-7 years
  • Higher fat and protein content to give your active dog enough energy for sport or work
  • 80% animal & 20% plant-based ingredients: with a high protein content from lean meat, according to your dog’s natural dietary needs, imitating the diet of the dog’s ancestors, which consisted of prey animals and small amounts of plant-based nutrients
  • Free from grains and gluten: lower carbohydrate content, also suitable for dogs with allergies and food intolerances
  • High in protein: animal proteins from chicken, lamb and turkey make the food tasty and easy to digest
  • L-Carnitine: can speed up the metabolism and promote fat burning so that your dog can call upon even more energy resources when it needs them
  • Natural: free from artificial flavourings, colourings or chemical preservatives. GM free.
  • Salmon oil: high in unsaturated Omega fatty acids to promote a shiny coat, healthy skin and a strong immune system
  • Glucosamine & Chondroitin supports bones and joints whilst they are growing
  • All-round vitality: plant extracts from vegetables, fruit and herbs, as well as w balanced mix of vitamins, minerals and trace elements promote wellbeing and can help to support a healthy immune system
  • Balanced gut flora: high quality ingredients, easily digested meat varieties, fennel, chicory and prebiotic FOS and MOS all support the balance of bacteria in the gut
  • Yucca extract: can help to reduce unpleasant dog faeces odour


Go to analytical constituents
Chicken, lamb, turkey, potatoes, peas, chicken oil and fat, salmon, dried whole eggs, dried chicken, dried lamb, dried pea protein, salmon oil, beetroot, green beans, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, apples, alfalfa, chicory root, yeast, fennel leaves, cranberries, black currant jelly, dried plasma protein, poultry liver hydrolyzate, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS), taurine, fucus vesiculosus (bladderwrack) extract, ascophyllum Nodosum (knotted kelp) extract, yucca schidigera extract, chondroitin sulphate, N-acetyl-glucosamine sulphate, L-carnitine tartrate, rosemary extract, green tea extract.
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (28,800 IU/kg), Vitamin D3 (1,600 IU/kg), iron (130mg/kg), copper (12mg/kg), manganese (28mg/kg), zinc (150mg/kg), iodine (2mg/kg), selenium (0.20mg/kg). Technological additives:

Analytical constituents

protein40.0 %
fat19.0 %
fibre2.0 %
ash7.5 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation

Nutrivet Inne Energetic Dry Dog Food is a complete dry dog food.

Dog’s weight Feeding amount in g/day
2kg 59g
4kg 99g
6kg 135g
8kg 167g
10kg 198g
15kg 268g
20kg 332g
25kg 393g
30kg 351g
35kg 450g
40kg 559g
50kg 661g
60kg 757g
80kg 940g


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: 4/5
smelly wind!!
i think the composition is perfect, but for some reason, our labradoodle started to have terrible wind since starting on this food. apart from that everything is fine
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: 2/5
I read all the great reviews and hoped that this would work on my dogs also. Unfortunately my both dogs had a diarrhea from this feed and never had solid feces for a month that I fed them this. Their fur were in very good condition before eating this feed but now they are really dry and dull looking.
: 5/5
Been Using for Over Two Years Now; At Least As Good as Orijen, But For Much Less
I first bought Nutrivet over 2 1/2 years ago, as a backup when my usual Orijen variety was out of stock. I was so impressed with the quality of the food that I've never gone back to Orijen. Nutrivet is at least as good as Orijen (a look at the list of ingredients confirms this) and it costs me €20 less a bag. We have a Jack Russell and a Corgi/Collie mix. Both dogs love it, and they gets loads of compliments on what lovely, glossy coats they have. One bag lasts us about six weeks. It's money very well spent.
03/05/15|Lynda Macdonald
: 5/5
I moved both my golden retriever on to grain-free about 6 months ago. I used to buy a decent kibble but still felt it was full of cheap bulker like rice and I wanted them to have more protein and less carbs. To be truthful I mix a SMALL bit of Rocco Sensible meat in with the biscuits so it still has an appealing smell for them. Both dogs still eat the full bowl first time and I use less than I used to. Poos are very dark but not slimy or runny like before. I can't understand why anyone would pay up to £80 for certain other grain free dry food when this is as good for £33. I'm a dog walker who specialises in gun/high-energy dogs (all labs, retrievers and springers) and I've converted 3 of my customers to this food and those are people who were previously buying rubbish like Chappie. I'll not change from this food now.
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: 5/5
This dry dog food is the business. I have tried over 15 brands and this is the best for my dog Jazzy ( Doberman ) Her coat is superb, her poos solid, compact and small, she woofs it down so fast and then cries for more. Quality food at a great price from Zooplus. Highly recommended
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: 5/5
The Best dog food so far
Highly recommend to anyone who is feeding expensive brands like Orijen, TOTW, Acana, Purizon or Eden. This is fantastic overall.Only the one downside is my dog dont want to eat any other food :))
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: 5/5
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: 5/5
Fantastic grain free food
I've tried practically every grain free food on the market and having settled on Taste of the Wild for my three dogs (two of which have a very sensitive stomach) I tried Nutrivet when zooplus first started selling it just to compare it. I've been really impressed with Nutrivet and I have found the Energetic & Nutritional variety particularly good as my dogs who suffer with digestive issues also struggle to keep weight on but this is not an issue with this food and they keep the weight on really well, even on relatively low portion amounts (they do better on smaller meals more often). My youngest dog is a working bred collie who does a lot of activities, including competitive flyball and he has been in great condition since being on this food - shiny coat, lean and well muscled. I wouldn't recommend this variety of Nutrivet to dogs who are prone to gaining weight and I don't feed it to my terrier as she just gains way too much weight on it. She gets the normal Nutrivet chicken variety or the fish one. My dogs don't eat Nutrivet every day, they are mainly raw fed but Nutrivet is a great dry alternative for taking away to competitions or on holidays when we can't transport raw food or for days when I've forgotten to defrost some raw food. Some of my friends have said that they wouldn't feed such a high protein food to their dogs as it would make them hyper but I've got to say that I've had no such problems with my dogs and so long as you stick to the variety suited to your dog (i.e. energetic & nutrional for high activity or working dogs) I think it would be ok for most dogs.
31/07/12|Sarah Johnson
: 5/5
As good as the expensive stuff...
I have been feeding my 2 cockers (1 working and 1 American) on this for a while now. As good as Orijen and much cheaper. It's economical as they don't need as much as the cheaper alternatives and they haven't gone off it ever. I have done a lot of research into protein versus fat versus grain or addititives and this seems excellent value for money and one of the best kibble diets you can find as an alternative to raw (BARF). As a dog walker I sometimes have to feed my clients dogs and even the fussiest eater loves this stuff. I recommend it to all my owners. If you love your dog and it's welfare, this food is a great way to show you care about what they are eating.
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: 5/5
Excellent alternative to Orijen
This grain-free, high protein food is a real treasure and a perfect replacement for the more expensive Orijen food. Worth a try!
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: 5/5
the best
excellent grain-free kibble manufactured in France, only downside, the price remains too high ...
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