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Sojos Raw Dog Food Mixes

Hey Neighbors!

Here is a dog food mix that is perfect for those who want their dogs to eat a more healthy meal.  Sojos Raw Dog Food Mixes are made from scratch, from real food.  These mixes contain no fillers, no preservatives, and no artificial colors or flavors.  Sojos has both complete mixes, where all you need to add is water, and they also have mixes that you add both water and raw meat.

When do we eat?

From Sojos:
With Sojos raw dog food, you can trust that your dog is eating fresh, wholesome all natural ingredients packed with essential nutrients. Our natural dog food recipes include gluten-free options with fruits and veggies that are gently air-dried andUSDA raw meat which is freeze-dried right here in our own facility, keeping nutrients and enzymes intact. Sojos offers several varieties of natural raw dog food.  Each recipe is designed to maximize your dog's health and well-being.  Try our Complete Turkey (Grain-Free) or Complete Beef (Grain-Free) Dog Food and just add water or check out our Original (Wheat and Corn-Free) or Grain-Free Fruit & Veggie mixes; simply mix in your own fresh meat to either!  All of our foods are wheat and corn-free, contain no GMO's or artificial flavors.   

Using Sojos Raw Dog Food Mixes makes it extremely easy to feed your dog a healthy, balanced meal.  Because Sojos foods are GMO-free, grain free and contain no fillers you can know that you are feeding your pet the best food possible.

Now, did the girls like it?  I wish you could have seen them all waiting for their dish of food.  Two of them licked their bowls all over the dining room as they made sure to get every last drop. Please follow the instructions on the back of the bag as to how much to feed your pet and for the proper mixing/soaking times.

Why is it important to soak the Sojos Dog Food Mixes:
Soaking improves digestibility. Cats and dogs have a strong but short digestive tract designed to quickly break down and absorb foods. Grains and vegetables require more complex digestion than meats, fresh fruits, and other foods, so having them soak in water at least 15 minutes for the SOJOSORIGINAL and at least 1 hour for SOJOS GRAIN-FREE and SOJOS COMPLETE is critical to the success of the Sojos diet. Soaking overnight in the fridge is ideal.

They licked the bowl clean! Almost.

We also received some of the Sojos dog treats.  They come in flavors like, Chicken Pot Pie, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Apple Dumpling, Blueberry Cobbler, Biscuits and Gravy and more!  These treats are baked using human quality ingredients.  All of the treats are wheat and corn free.  I personally love the size of them, because they are perfect for training, or a quick little treat.  I can carry these around with me in a small treat pouch and have them handy wherever I am.  Of course, if the girls know I have them, they are not far behind.  We have to spell treat so Pansy doesn't know what we are talking about.  The treats are made with the same quality and commitment that Sojos puts into their dog food mixes.  i put a dime beside some of the smaller ones in the picture so you have an idea of their size.  The dogs love them!

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Sojos is allowing one Petacular reader to receive a bag of the Sojos Complete Dog Food with freeze-dreid beef.  This package makes up to 10 lbs of food and is 100% grain free.

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Linda Szymoniak said…
Gee, everything looks great and I know my dogs would love everything on their site, but my first choice would be the grain-free lamb & sweet potato dog treats
Unknown said…
My dog has been on a grain-free diet for several months. I have been thinking about switching her to a raw diet and would love to try the Sojos grain-free dog food mix for her.
jill24295 said…
Oh, they'd go crazy for the good dog® chicken pot pie dog treats.
Marti Tabora said…
I'm interested in the big dog biscuits & gravy dog treats. I really think my dog would like them a lot. thank you.
Joanne said…
I think they would like sojos beef complete dog food.
Shelley P said…
My dogs would love to try sojos bacon cheddar dog treats. Two of my dogs favorite things in one treat :)
pmj said…
The big dog beef stew dog treats.
wen budro said…
My canine is interested in the beef complete food.
molly pitcher said…
The sojos grain-free dog food mix looks great. I am very concerned about fillers in dog food. I want my dogs to be healthy and eat nutritious food!
Dhjax11 said…
My dogs go crazy for peanut butter so I'm very interested in the peanut butter and honey treats but most of all I'm interested in the complete dog foods like you tried, I have one boy who has a lot of sensitivities and I've recently friend another brand of food like this and he's doing well on it and I've heard so many great things about sojos and would absolutely love to try it with my shelties. Thanks for the chance to win. Loves seeing the pics of your shelties enjoying their food!
007blond said…
I think my dogs would love the good dog® chicken pot pie dog treats.
Unknown said…
i like the sojos turkey complete dog food
Let's Grow said…
i would like the chicken pot pie treats
Diana said…
I would like to try the peanut butter and honey treats
Unknown said…
I bet my dog would like the biscuits and gravy treats.
Em Mahr said…
I think my dog would love the good dog® peanut butter & jelly dog treats
Mrs B said…
It sound like great brand PBJ treats would be popular with my basset
Sky Evans said…
I like sojos bacon cheddar dog treats.

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