It is finally Fall, so that means cooler weather is coming and the leaves will be changing. Here in Northern Virginia, it is the perfect time to go outside on a hiking adventure or camping trip. We have both planned and I cannot wait!

Luna goes on a hiking trip. #PinnacleHealthyPets

On all these fun fall adventures, it is important that Luna is properly fueled to keep her going! While Luna would eat pretty much anything put in front of her, I am a little bit pickier making sure that her food provides her the proper nutrition and is made with quality ingredients. That’s why I’m excited that Luna will be trying out a new brand of dog food soon called Pinnacle®!

This post is sponsored by Pinnacle® and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping create awareness about Pinnacle’s Newly Formulated Grain Free Dog Food, but Beagles & Bargains only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Pinnacle is not responsible for the content of this article.

Fuel Your Fall Adventures with Pinnacle #PinnacleHealthyPets

Fun Fall Adventures with Luna

Luna is always up for an adventure. She happily go with you on a long walk, jog, or even a more difficult hike. When we are feeling really adventurous, we like to go camping. We haven’t been camping yet this year unfortunately, but we have a special trip planned in a few weeks to celebrate Luna’s 3rd Gotcha Day and my 7th anniversary with my boyfriend. I hope the weather cooperates, so we can build a camp fire and explore new hiking trails (not at the same time of course).

I’m also looking forward to going apple and pumpkin picking this fall. It’s always great fun to find the best apples and pumpkins to bring home and is a great festive way to spend some time outside before everything turns chilly. Some of these orchards and farms even allow dogs!

Luna loves adventure! #PinnacleHealthyPets

Pinnacle Grain Free Dog Food

Pinnacle is a natural, holistic dog food brand that strives to provide kibble options made of the best ingredients. Pinnacle has always used holistic health ingredients likes quinoa, pumpkin, sea kelp, flax seed, blueberries, sweet potatoes, and cottage cheese, but more recently (in May 2015) Pinnacle switched over all their recipes to be grain free. They made this change to help facilitate easier digestion.

Pinnacle Logo

Since 1998, Pinnacle has been making small batches of natural dog food in their California plant. Pinnacle’s recipes feature antioxidants to support a healthy immune system and fiber to encourage healthy digestion. The dog food recipes are also formulated to promote joint health and overall muscle tone.

Their recipes are well balanced and provide sound nutrition by using natural sources of protein, carbohydrates, and fats, so they are a great choice for adventure loving dogs who find themselves in the great outdoors often. Since Pinnacle recipes are grain free and use a limited number of ingredients, they are also good for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

Pinnacle Grain Free Dog Food

Where to Buy Pinnacle Grain Free Dog Food

Pinnacle products are available for purchase from Amazon, Pet Food Direct, and other online retailers. You can also find a store near you by using Pinnacle’s Store Locator.

Don’t forget to sign up for Pinnacle’s newsletter to get a $5 off coupon!

Learn More About Pinnacle

You can learn more about Pinnacle by visiting PinnaclePet.com or by following Pinnacle on Facebook and Twitter.

Stay tuned for the results of Luna’s Pinnacle trial! We are still getting more information, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do.

What type of Fall Adventures will you and your dog go on this year?

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Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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