Woofs! Give your pet the best opportunity for living a long and healthy life.
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The quality of the food you feed your pet matters. Many can’t believe I’m 15 yrs old. What’s my secret to good health and long life? My raw diet provides me energy, good digestion, and healthy life-span.
Stella and Chewy’s Raw Feeding Resolution
We invite you to include in your pet’s resolution to try or incorporate a raw food diet like Stella and Chewy’s.
Join #StellaandChewys #RawFeedingResolution Instagram Contest
Post a photo with hashtag #stellaandchewys and #rawfeedingresolution
1) For raw feeders share what you love most about feeding raw and encourage others to give raw a try.
2) For those who’ve yet to try raw, share what has you most interested in giving raw a try or what your questions/concerns are.
Prizes: Stella and Chewy’s will select a few people from both groups and give them a bag of our food!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Stella & Chewy’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
Hi ya Sugar. I just thought I’d pop in and look at how sweet you are even with a few grey hairs. I’m so happy to hear you’re still heathly. I am mostly on Instagram so I will go and find you there. I love all your smiles here, especailly the shampoo photo’s xoxo Boomdee
Sweet Marie says
what raw diet do you eat? I had tried one for our pups, but it upset two of their tummies. they now eat science diet dry and canned food along with Rachel Ray’s chicken dog food.
thanks for all the wonderful tips!
Margot C says
I used to give raw food to my last dog, my beloved Señor Mike the Senior Dog. Bearing in mind that after his rescue and adoption at age 13 it was determined that he had a seizure disorder and eventually a brain tumor; so, though I gave him raw food – which he adored – and it gave him many happy vigorous days; it could not ‘save’ him from what ever was already happening to him. We had 18 glorious months and he really benefited from raw food.
Now, I have Monty and Milo, both rescues (of course!) and Monty at 15 years old or so is a senior. I haven’t given them raw food yet though they have both improved a lot with care and stability. I would particularly like to give Monty the raw because I think that it might help him with his vitality.