Sojos Complete Natural Grain Free Dry Raw Freeze Dried Dog Food Mix
- RAW MADE EASY: Just add water & let soak to create a complete meal, made with real freeze-dried beef, made with a melticulous quality and safety standard.
- MAKE MORE: An 8 pound bag of Sojos rehydrates to 40 lbs of fresh, raw food for your dog to enjoy.
- ALL NATURAL: Contains only premium, all natural ingredients with no artificial preservatives.
- MADE IN AMERICA: Sojos uses small batch baking and is proudly made in the USA.
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Solos is proud to offer a new addition to our line of all-natural dog food mixes, Solos Complete with Real Beef. Similar to our turkey formula, our newest recipe contains Raw, Freeze-Dried beef in addition to a blend of other high-quality fruits and veggies - so all you need to do is add water and you've got a fresh, home-prepared diet in a snap. More recipes means more choice for those looking for the ability to rotate meat sources. And Solos Complete is 100 percent Grain-Free for sensitive dogs. Available in 2 lb. and 8 lb. reseal able pouches.
Flavor Name: Grain Free Beef | Size: 8-Pound Bag (makes 40-Pounds)
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Ingredientssweet potato, USDA beef, celery, carrots, cabbage, whole egg, flax meal, tricalcium phosphate, cranberries, papaya, pumpkin, rosemary, parsley, ginger root, dried alfalfa, dried kelp, zinc sulfate, vitamin E acetate, vitamin D3, vitamin A palmitate
DirectionsFor pet use only
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Top customer reviews
Sojo's Complete Turkey Dog Food has earned a place as one of my favorite meals to rotate in. Eight pounds of the mix yields 40 pounds of ready-to-eat once you have reconstituted it with water. In it's dry state, it keeps for a long time in the original zip lock topped package. I add the dry contents and mix with water in a glass dish with a lid, and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator before feeding. I usually make enough to last for about three days.
When rehydrated, the food has chunks of turkey meat, and bits of identifiable veggies and fruit. From the appearance of my dog's stools, everything is being digested into an unrecognizable form. Some of the other freeze-dried products I've fed her in their dry state come out pretty much the same way they went in. The dog LOVES this food. I take it out of the refrigerator, add a little more hot water and mix in, then top with the dog's supplements. This product contains basil, which some dogs can benefit from, and it makes the whole product smell like a Thanksgiving turkey with stuffing. Frankly, some of the raw products I feed don't smell so wonderful to my human senses, but this one does. Not sure that's a selling point, but it sure doesn't hurt. Sojo's is from "Human quality suppliers" but I do not know if that means the meat is human quality, or if it has been refrigerated and processed in a human quality manner. This is one of the more affordable raw dried products I have found.
I'm including two photos of the product. One is the food in its dry state, inside an eight pound package. The other is when it has been reconstituted, and some of the product is in a teaspoon to help you see the size of the bits and pieces.
I'll give my dog the final word on this product. She licks her dish to a high polish whenever it appears on her plate.
When I first started, I followed the instructions on the back. For her weight she should get 2-3 cups of dehydrated food. It seemed too much so I gave her just 2 cups. She couldn't finish it for multiple meals. I kept backing off on the amount and now I give her 3/4 cup of food with a little ground beef and a scoop of yogurt. I think the food swells inside her stomach and I even let it sit for about 5 mins each time. I know it says to let it sit longer or even make it ahead and refrigerate it but I haven't done that. So far this process is working. Im still watching what this food does this summer when her activity level is sky high. I want to see if she goes lame or how fast she recovers from any injury.
The basic raw diet that she has been on keeps her from having any aches and pains, no arthritis and tons of energy. The only injury she has ever had is when she cuts her paw on all the granite she runs on, so I just tape it and she is ready to go again