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Dog Dining 101 With Stella & Chewy’s Raw Pet Food Meal Mixers. #StellaandChewys

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Dog Dining 101


Welcome To Doggy Dining 101: How To Add Raw Pet Food To Your Dog’s Diet With Ease

  1. Set table setting. Towel. Dog dish.
  2. Place dog behind table
  3. Place bib on dog to catch slobber
  4. Allow dog to stare at bag and slobber for a few seconds
  5. Scoop Stella & Chewy’s® Meal Mixers onto food.
  6. Moisten with a little bit of warm water.
  7. Mix
  8. Serve!

It’s that easy to add a little bit of raw food to your dog’s kibble which is why we’ve been adding Stella & Chewy’s raw pet food to Sherman’s kibble for well over a year now.

I’ve been interested in feeding a raw food diet for awhile but I never made the commitment because I didn’t trust myself to do it properly. With Stella & Chewy’s Meal Mixers I don’t have to worry about that and I can continue to give Sherman his regular kibble and adjust his calories as needed. Since we’re on a budget, it’s also more affordable for me to do it this way, especially with a giant breed dog.




Sherman normally gets the Savory Salmon and Cod Meal Mixers because he’s a fish freak but for this post we were sent the Stella Super Beef to try so we switched things up a little bit.

I’ll be honest. Sherman didn’t seem to mind the Stella’s Super Beef one bit but I think the Savory Salmon and Cod produced an inch more of bilateral slobber strings.


How We Use It

I give Sherman 2 scoops on his food twice a day and hydrate it with some warm water.  I also use it as treats in one of his dog puzzles. This has made his puzzle much more interesting for him and he picked it up a lot quicker because of course he doesn’t want to miss any Stella & Chewy’s in there!


About Stella & Chewy Meal Mixers

Meal Mixers are freeze-dried and come in four flavors: Savory Salmon & Cod, Tantalizing Turkey, Chewy’s Chicken, and Stella’s Super Beef. Plus, Meal Mixers:
•    Adds raw food nutrition into any diet
•    Packed with 95% nutrient-rich meat, organs and bones
•    Complemented by organic fruits and vegetables
•    Convenient for you with a taste your dog will love
•    Enhanced with probiotics and antioxidants

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About Stella & Chewy’s

Stella & Chewy’s believe that selecting the best food is one of the most important decisions an owner can make for their furry companion.  They believe pets deserve premium raw ingredients like grass-fed meat, cage-free poultry and wild-caught fish. They believe in and only use organic fruits and vegetables.

Food Safety

All Stella & Chewy’s products are made at their FDA-inspected plant in the metro Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. They work closely with a network of suppliers, all of whom have filed letters of guarantee confirming each ingredient is wholesome and fully compliant with federal regulations, to ensure the highest quality ingredients go into each one of their products.


They source premium meats such as grass-fed beef from North America, Australia, and New Zealand, cage-free chicken from North America, and wild-caught salmon from North America. All fruits and vegetables are certified organic, and sourced from North and South America as seasonally available.

All product is manufactured using their patented SecureByNature® food safety process. A key feature of that process is High Pressure Processing (HPP). All Stella & Chewy’s products are cold-pressed, using water at pressure equal to that found at the bottom of the ocean (87,000 lbs. per square inch), where harmful bacteria cannot survive.



Stella & Chewy’s strictly follows Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HAACP) guidelines, a prevention-based food safety system established by the FDA and USDA.

Every batch of product is tested by an independent lab for pathogenic bacteria including salmonella and E. coli O157:H7. Only after the results are confirmed as negative is product released for shipment. Each certificate of analysis from the outside lab is posted to the Stella and Chewy’s website. Each product has been identified with the production lot codes for easy look-up and reference.

Interested in trying out one of the 4 varieties of Stella & Chewy’s Meal Mixers? You can locate a store near you right HERE and you can enter the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win a Stella & Chewy’s product assortment valued at $75!

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Monday 21st of December 2015

Raw is best for our pets,its healthy and it seems to be yummy too !!! :)


Thursday 1st of October 2015

I haven't converted to "raw" yet (for many of the reasons you wrote about) but I have switched to dehydrated and the Boys love it. Nice review.


Wednesday 23rd of September 2015

I think the bilateral dog slobber is a good indication of tasty. Sam thinks so too and is looking forward to trying this out. ;)

Talent Hounds

Monday 21st of September 2015

All the flavors sound pretty tasty!


Tuesday 22nd of September 2015

I think so too!

DZ Dogs

Monday 21st of September 2015

Love the drool pics!! I think the salmon and cod would be a winner in our house!


Tuesday 22nd of September 2015


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