Jun. 1, 2023
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*Stella's Super Beef Frozen Dinner was selected as the recipe for this ingredient list
We give Stella & Chewy’s a shining five star rating for their superior ingredients and lack of fillers and unnecessary additives. Each of the Raw Frozen and Freeze-dried Dinners includes high levels of animal proteins, ground bone for calcium, organic fruits and vegetables, essential vitamins and minerals, and probiotics for healthy digestion. Stella & Chewy’s refuses to add artificial flavors, hormones, preservatives, grains, and even sugar and salt to the dinners, which means that dogs get only the healthy ingredients they need for a balanced diet. We also like that the company makes an effort to source their ingredients from only reputable suppliers. Stella & Chewy’s has also recently upgraded their formulas to include chelated minerals, which are easier for dogs to absorb, and taurine for heart health. With so many high-quality ingredients, Stella & Chewy’s dinners exceed the AAFCO Requirements for healthy pet food. For pet owners who are committed to giving their dogs pure, nutritious foods, Stella & Chewy’s is an excellent choice.
Dog owners cannot say enough good things about Stella & Chewy’s Raw Frozen and Freeze-dried Dinners for dogs. Dogs seem to love the taste of these meat-based patties, and even picky eaters lap them up. Many pet owners who have dogs with indigestion problems reported that their pets had no issues eating this brand, and that their dogs even had healthy, regular bowel movements after eating the dinners. Dog owners like that the ingredients in Stella & Chewy’s dinners are nutritious and healthy, and that there are no fillers, artificial colors or flavors, or hormones. The fact that the meats used in the dinners are from naturally raised animals and sourced from USDA-inspected centers is another big selling point. Some dog owners did mention that the dinners are slightly expensive, however, many people agree that the price is justified for such a high quality and healthy product. Overall, Stella & Chewy’s dinners are a big winner with both pets and pet owners.
Marie Moody is the Founder & President of Stella and Chewy’s. Stella and Chewy’s is currently located in Milwaukee, WI.
As of right now, Stella and Chewy’s dog food has not been involved in any recent pet food recalls, and is not currently listed on the FDA recall list. However, recall information may change. In order to make sure that your dog’s food is safe, it’s always highly recommended that you check the FDA’s pet food recall website. This will help you to stay updated on the latest pet food recall information.
Stella and Chewy’s Frozen Recipes:
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Where can I buy Stella and Chewy’s?
You may be wondering, “Where can I buy Stella and Chewy’s Dog Food?”. To assist you, we have included links on the specific Stella and Chewy’s formula pages to purchase Stella and Chewy’s dog food.
How much Stella and Chewy’s should I feed my dog?
A common question that many pet owners have, is “How much Stella and Chewy’s dog food should I feed my dog?”. Since the answer is dependent on several factors (such as your dog’s age, weight, activity level, etc) always follow the specific instructions on your formula’s packaging.
Have you fed your dog any of the Stella and Chewy’s dog food dry or canned formulas? Do you have feedback that could help other pet owners? Please share your review of Stella and Chewy’s dog food!
Stella and Chewy’s Dog Food Ingredient List
Beef, Beef Liver, Beef Kidney, Beef Heart, Beef Tripe, Beef Bone, Calcium Carbonate, Pumpkin Seed, Potassium Chloride, Organic Cranberries, Organic Spinach, Organic Broccoli, Organic Beets, Sodium Phosphate Monobasic, Organic Carrots, Organic Squash, Organic Apples, Organic Blueberries, Choline Chloride, Dried Pediococcus Acidilactici Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium Longum Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Taurine, Tocopherols (Preservative), Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Sulfate, Iron Sulfate, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, Copper Sulfate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Sulfate, Sodium Selenite, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Monohydrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin B12 Supplement.
While our dogs do love the dog food another recall has driven us to stop feeding them Stella & Chewy’s. We cannot risk the chance of bacterial disease. Too many problems with this food-it’s time to go back to feeding raw meat. It may not be as convenient but at least it’s safe.
I have used Stella and Chewys for a couple years now. I have always been happy with it. But today 6//18/2014 I had to rush my puppy to the vet after eating this food. (lamb). I am wondering if there is a recall in place or should there be? Anyone else have this food make their dog sick?
Did you find out what made your dog sick?
Please let us know how your baby is.
I feed my lab and yorkie Stella and Chewy raw patties. I have noticed a good amount of bone fragments usually the size or smaller of a piece of uncooked rice. Are these fragments safe for my dogs? will they lodge in intestine and cause problems in a fe years?
I’ve noticed a lot of bone in the freeze dried patties lately. I’ve been feeding Stella and chewey’s for over a year – dandy lamb, beef, and surf and turf. Was wondering if anyone else was noticing more bone lately. Some of the edges seem sharp, I worry about it harm her intestines.
I too have noticed the increased amount of bone in the dried patties. I have wondered if the company was aware of it. Since I break it up into my dogs kibble I have been taking out the sharper pieces. My dog loves the patties since she is a picky eater, but I’m not loving that it could be a safety issue.
Yes! The bone fragments is how I found this forum. I feed their raw chicken and I’ve been dissecting the food. It’s bad and I’ve had health issues with my tiny dog. He coughs and doesn’t rest well, has what I thought was acid reflux but it may be bone fragments getting caught. Has anyone found out anything?