Rabble is a tidbit sized balanced meal which makes it a perfect training treat Our pack gets their nutritious breakfast through morning training with Rawbble. Then again dinner time in their bowls with a fresh protein (and a veggie if they'll eat it:). My pack is all true carnivores:) The tidbits can be crumbly if squeezed to hard when used as a training treat because it is light and airy vs. a hard piece of kibble but its comforting to know that it is a whole nutritious meal being given during training. My cats didn't like the rawbble, but no surprise as they are cats.
Sadly my little man acquired heart problems. He stopped breathing while eating his regular kibble mixed with his regular wet food and refused to eat everything I would buy for days. I discovered the bixbi rawwble beef and as long as I don't add water he happily eats his food. At least he is now getting good nutrition. It's been a blessing watching him eat with no problems.
I bought three bags of Rawbble as a premium dog food/treat/topper for our dogs. The first two bags were excellent. The third bag apparently had the quality control person sleeping on the job. The chunks were congealed together - in some cases as big as a ping pong ball. The bits were also hard as regular kibble instead of soft and fluffy as before. One of our dogs is a rescue with no teeth and she was unable to eat this. This was disappointing for a premium product that I thought I was buying. As Meatloaf sang "two out of three ain't bad" but in my case, I'll get an alternative.
We buy this for our picky 16 month old Pyrenean Mastiff pup. It’s expensive but she likes it and I use 1 cup a day as a topper. I also use them as treats for our pup. Our 2 Persian cats get in on the action and demand these for treats as well. Our pup likes to eat her kibble mixed with Rabbles on the kitchen floor. Oftentimes, she shares with the cats. She has a sensitive stomach so I buy the Rawbble flavors with lower % fat content. Their favorite is duck but it crumbles too easily. Then beef. Then pork. Then salmon and chicken.
My boys love this. I like the company. The ingredients are great. Even picky boy approves and he is a food snob. I think this is the best way to feed - raw. I can’t use frozen raw cause I live in Hurricane prone area. These dehydrated raw foods are so expensive. For example, I have 2 50 lb boys that are coming 5 and very active. It costs 1500$ to feed this food exclusively for a month. I just can’t afford that. I don’t know many who could. These companies are losing out because they refuse to make larger bags that are a little more cost effective. I feed half this and half raw coated kibble or dehydrated.
I’m using it as meal topper because I have a big dog, and feeding Rawbble as a main meal would be unaffordable. So it is a mix of Rawbble, homemade food and Carna4 kibbles sometimes. Happy with my purchase and to see that I can get different protein varieties from this brand. My boy loves it
Mahm gives me Rawbble for training treatos, luv dis stuff!
I have 2 Pomeranians, currently we are transitioning our Poms to raw, this bag seems to be a really good fit for their diet, we bought the 4.5 ounce oz, ones we got the bag we noticed how light it was compared to the bag size, we noticed that the food was not even filled to the middle of the bag, it might be because it 4.5oz we were just expecting a little more product and to be honest it’s a little wasteful to have that much product in a big bag :/
I use these to stuff a kong wobbler along with my dogs regular kibble. Works well and fits perfectly. Keeps him occupied for a good a 20mins.
I have one dog with inflammatory bowel disease. He is VERY PICKY and can only eat a couple of proteins, including beef. So far he seems to like this! Yay! Easy to feed.