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Stella & Chewy’s Freeze-Dried Raw Duck Dinner for Dogs, 16oz

Stella & Chewy’s Freeze-Dried Raw Duck Dinner for Dogs, 16oz

  • Made in the USA!
  • Healthy and all-natural.
  • Great for dogs with allergies.
  • 16 ounce bag

When you check the list of ingredients in Stella & Chewy’s Freeze-Dried Dinners, you’ll see it reads like a who’s who of wholesome, healthy stuff. Like raw, naturally-raised meat, poultry or fish, sourced from USDA-inspected facilities. Organic fruits and vegetables such as cranberries, carrots, apples, spinach, broccoli and beets. Healthful, direct-fed microorganisms (probiotics), natural tocopherols, chelated trace minerals and taurine. Plus essential vitamins and minerals. And for your complete peace of mind, every ingredient is sourced from reputable suppliers. What you won’t see are any of the usual suspects, like grain, fillers, artificial preservatives, colorings, added hormones or antibiotics. They don’t even add sugar or salt!

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9 Comments/Reviews

  • tubbcom4 says:

    There are so many ingredients/sauces to add to stir frys and many ways of combining ingredients. So i am asking this out of curiosity

  • Barbara says:

    The famous Barack Obama bitter-gate would have never happened had someone in the audience not used a video-enabled cell phone to capture and then disseminate the remarks. To assist with a study I’m looking for any other times this election or in recent history that cell phones (or consumer digital cameras) were at center stage of a controversy.

    Non-traditional media sources account for a certain percentage of today’s coverage and that’s a number I seek to discover.

  • Andy says:

    I really enjoy cooking and I love finding new recipes. But it seems that when I find a recipe I really want to try, I’m missing alot of the ingredients.

    What ingredients do you stock up on and make sure you always have?

    Serious answers only please!

  • Marvin Martian says:

    The famous Barack Obama bitter-gate would have never happened had someone in the audience not used a video-enabled cell phone to capture and then disseminate the remarks. To assist with a study I’m looking for any other times this election or in recent history that cell phones (or consumer digital cameras) were at center stage of a controversy.

    Non-traditional media sources account for a certain percentage of today’s coverage and that’s a number I seek to discover.

  • Nunya says:

    I really enjoy cooking and I love finding new recipes. But it seems that when I find a recipe I really want to try, I’m missing alot of the ingredients.

    What ingredients do you stock up on and make sure you always have?

    Serious answers only please!

  • runeout says:

    where in new jersey can u find rescued mini daschuned thats not pure breed

  • I Play the Border says:

    I have 2 cats and three dogs. One night, I ran out of cat food (the dry type) and my cats were hungry. So since I had dog food only and the shops were closed, I gave them dog kibbles. They’re more or less of the same shape and size and are made of the same ingredients – chicken. My cats took a nibble and refused the rest of the bowl, preferring to go hungry than eat dog food. The next day, i got them a fresh pack of made-for-cats kibbles and they immediately dived in and ate up. How come my cats knew what I gave them wasn’t cat food?

    I also know of dogs that won’t eat cat food for the long run (not mine though, cos they’re pigs and will eat anything).

    It would be good if a pet food manufacturer can answer this question. Is there some special ingredient you put in cat and dog food that makes cats and dogs know which kibbles is who’s? Also, nowadays, dogs are eating fish too – like salmon. You can’t say it’s the ingredient. How come they know the difference?

  • MacKenzie Espich says:

    I have an 8-9 year old Chihuahua and every time one of my relatives brings their dogs over, my dog gets feisty and starts barking uncontrollably at the other dog and tries to harm them. We want to get a new dog, but it’s impossible to have 2 dogs in the same house under these circumstances. How do I teach my dog to be nicer to other dogs?

  • Elinor Sturgell says:

    I have a great dane and am getting a small dog (12 pounds). He is very considerate of other dogs when socializing. But- just in case I would like to ask anyone who has a big dog and small dog how they got there big dog to be considerate (not step on, not bite, and to be easy playing) of the small dog. I would like to know about how people taught their big dogs that. Also I would like to ask how to introduce a big dog to a small dog. We are getting our small dog second, since we already have a big dog. Does that make a difference? Thank you.

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