Healthy Raw Dog Food Review
Sojos Turkey Complete Dog Food Review
I have a big thank you going out to my friends at Sojos! They sent me some tasty delights this week to try out and review. Today it is all about Sojos Complete Turkey Dog Food Mix. Oh, I love me some turkey!
Because this is a raw dog food, I want to recap Mom’s conversation about guidelines with our veterinarian food therapist, Dr. Judy Morgan. I normally eat a home-cooked primarily organic diet, so this is a bit of a change. Dr. Morgan believes the ingredients in Sojos Complete Turkey Dog Food Mix are along the same lines I’m used to getting, and she didn’t think the fact that it was a raw diet would bother me. She just wanted to confirm that Mom would continue to give me my regular probiotics and supplements. The other precaution Mom took (she can be a bit of a germaphobe) was that she made me eat my food on a towel and washed the towel when I was done eating. So there you have it.
Now back to my review. Mom mixed up the Sojos per the package instructions (just add water and wait 15 minutes). Yes, that’s it. Pretty easy to make a healthy dog food! After my 15 minutes of patient waiting, Mom gave me my first taste. As soon as my lips hit the bowl, I knew I was in for a delightful taste treat. Oh, wow! What a flavorful and healthy dog food. I am so glad to add this new raw dog food to my meal routine. It was wonderful.
Now is the time in the dog food review to talk about all the health benefits of Sojos Complete Turkey Dog Food Mix. A wholesome grain- and gluten-free product that you simply combine with water to create your own fresh, homemade dog food. Uses fresh, raw food. Made with USDA FREEZE-DRIED raw turkey and other all-natural ingredients. The freeze-drying process is slow and low so that all natural enzymes are carefully protected. No GMOs, fillers, preservatives or artificial colors or flavors. No ingredients from China, this is made in their own factory in the USA.
Sojos Complete Turkey Dog Food Mix: Ingredients: turkey, sweet potato, whole egg, broccoli, celery, apples, flax meal, pecans, cranberries, tricalcium phosphate, basil, dried alfalfa, pumpkin, ginger root, dried kelp, zinc sulfate, vitamin E acetate, vitamin D3
Pros: Tasty, can be used to stuff hollow treat toys, USDA meats, nothing from China, made in their own US facility, healthy dog food, a variety of flavors/proteins to choose from, simple to make
Cons: Can’t think of any.
Is your dog or cat a turkey fan? Tell me in the comments.
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted.
Tonya, Dexter and Nutter