This post is sponsored by Stella & Chewy’s but opinions are my own. Stella & Chewy’s is not responsible for the content of this article.
My dog gets tired of their kibble pretty quick. Of course I have one little rascal that eats certain bits out and leaves the rest. Well when you add Stella & Chewy’s Meal Mixers to their kibble nothing gets left in the bowl by either dog! They loved it so much. I have a lab that weights about 80 lbs and a malti zhu that weighs about 13 lbs. They both were seen gobbling their kibble up once the Meal Mixers were added in.
Check out my Snowball eating his dinner.
He really enjoyed this. He is hopping on two legs when I’m getting his dinner ready. Now my 80 lb lab just gulps it down before I can even get a picture. He. is. a. pig. But we love them both. And seeing them eat the Stella and Chewy’s Meal Mixers being gobbled up by them both made me happy. Snickers will eat anything and does. Snowball is a bit pickier and he loved the raw food that is in the meal mixers.
Raw feeding pets is like giving them the food they would have eaten in the wild. It’s an easy and convenient way to mix raw food nutrition into any meal. The meal mixers are made with cage-free chicken with no added hormones or antibiotics. There are no grains or artificial preservatives added and it’s made with wholesome fruits and vegetables. It also contains probiotics and antioxidents which are added to the Stella and Chewy’s Chicken Meal Mixers. I used just one scoop per meal per dog. The bag has 40 scoops of food so it should last me about 10 days. Sometimes I do give it to them in the morning but not at night. Just depends on my mood and how long I want the raw meal mixers to last. The company basically freeze dried the food to lock in the nutrition and flavor. It’s a good thing for my dogs. I never realized how easy raw feeding could be! It comes in 4 flavors Stella’s Super Beef, Chewy’s Chicken, Tantalizing Turkey, and Savory Salmon & Cod. My dogs were really happy with the chicken flavor.
Which flavor would your dog like to try raw?