General Question STELLA AND CHEWY'S RAW BLEND

mer55

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Does anyone here use Stella and Chewy's Raw Blend?? I am looking for a new food for Jackson- he is having skin and allergy issues and we are leaning towards the grains as the culprits. Definitely going grain free, but researching raw options. I do not have room ( or the bank account!) for the frozen raw food- Darwin's food cost was $62 A WEEK!!! So I started researching freeze dried blends. Stella and chewy's came up on top on all the sites I saw, along with Instinct. I stopped at our local petstore yesterday and did some cost and ingredient comparison and Stella's had better variety although it was a little more pricey- but only a few $$ more. Looking for first hand users!! Thanks!!
 

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Does anyone here use Stella and Chewy's Raw Blend?? I am looking for a new food for Jackson- he is having skin and allergy issues and we are leaning towards the grains as the culprits. Definitely going grain free, but researching raw options. I do not have room ( or the bank account!) for the frozen raw food- Darwin's food cost was $62 A WEEK!!! So I started researching freeze dried blends. Stella and chewy's came up on top on all the sites I saw, along with Instinct. I stopped at our local petstore yesterday and did some cost and ingredient comparison and Stella's had better variety although it was a little more pricey- but only a few $$ more. Looking for first hand users!! Thanks!!
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Try co-op

Yes get off the grains...
http://www.englishbulldognews.com/f...extreme-hair-loss-bumps-sores.html#post773517
 

EllieMay

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I have been using Core Wellness RevRaw... it’s grain free with a mixture of raw. And they have different proteins available
 

2BullyMama

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Does anyone here use Stella and Chewy's Raw Blend?? I am looking for a new food for Jackson- he is having skin and allergy issues and we are leaning towards the grains as the culprits. Definitely going grain free, but researching raw options. I do not have room ( or the bank account!) for the frozen raw food- Darwin's food cost was $62 A WEEK!!! So I started researching freeze dried blends. Stella and chewy's came up on top on all the sites I saw, along with Instinct. I stopped at our local petstore yesterday and did some cost and ingredient comparison and Stella's had better variety although it was a little more pricey- but only a few $$ more. Looking for first hand users!! Thanks!!

Stella and Chewy is a great food.... I use their meal toppers as treats and the pups love them. I used it years ago as a special meal for my first two when we first got them
 

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The owner of the neighborhood coop here recommended Stella and chewy for brisket. They are very careful about the products they sell and check and double check the background of the companies they associate with, so I trust her when she says it’s a good brand of food and I should consider it in the future.
 
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The owner of the neighborhood coop here recommended Stella and chewy for brisket. They are very careful about the products they sell and check and double check the background of the companies they associate with, so I trust her when she says it’s a good brand of food and I should consider it in the future.

Thanks so much. I had to make the decision since I was low on his old food and went for the Raw and Kibble. He loves it! Not 1 iota of problems during transition.
 

KrysA724

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Thanks so much. I had to make the decision since I was low on his old food and went for the Raw and Kibble. He loves it! Not 1 iota of problems during transition.

Great news!
 

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Prey-model raw feeder here.

So... I went to the meat shop yesterday as I was completely out of dog food. I spent $124. Came home and portioned everything out into single servings and it filled the freezer up with 26 days of food for 2 dogs.
 

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