Pet Product Review – Stella & Chewy’s Frozen & Freeze-dried Dinners
If you’re an informed pet food consumer, you understand the importance of checking the ingredients listed on our pet’s food bags and cans. I learned that Stella & Chewy’s dog food and treats contain no grain, fillers, artificial preservatives, colorings, added hormones or antibiotics. They don’t even add sugar or salt to their recipes! The Stella & Chewy’s frozen and freeze-dried dinners are especially convenient for those pet owners who have their pups on a raw food diet: they’re less messy to handle and have a much longer shelf-life than refrigerated raw food.
For Joey’s taste test of the Dandy Lamb freeze-dried dinner patties, I chose to rehydrate the meat by placing it in a bowl of warm water for a couple of minutes. I placed the patties on top of his usual kibble and watched as he went to town, gobbling up the lamb patties before moving on to his regular (boring) kibble! He clearly loves the taste and for us, it’s a nice way to jazz-up his usual humdrum dinner fare.
Stella & Chewy’s freeze-dried dinners come in a variety of flavors (beef, chicken, lamb, goose, surf & turf), are sold in 6 oz – $11.80 and 16 oz – $29.80 packages and can be purchased online at SitStay.com or you can search for additional retailers on their “Where to buy” page.
SS bonus find – Stella & Chewy’s is sponsoring the new, independent, animated film, My Dog Tulip. Based on J.R. Ackerley’s highly acclaimed memoir originally published in 1956, it is “…the true story of a confirmed bachelor, an excitable German Shepherd and an unlikely friendship.”
Judging from the movie’s trailer, this animated film has the makings of a classic. Check the list of screening dates and locations to find a theater in your area.
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