My dog loves Stella and Chewys but I wanted to try some alternative brands. The rawbble pieces are smaller bites than the S&C and they are firmer. It is more crumbly/powdery as opposed to flaky when you crush them. My bag was well packaged and there was minimal crushed food at the bottom. I am not sure if my dog likes rawbble more (or less) but he does seem to enjoy eating it. The bag lasts a long time if you use the food as treats. I also like that it has fewer added vitamins and supplements than many other foods.
My babies love this and it is a good price for what it is. The ingredients look good.I am happy with my research into the company. Easy transition and I have a sensitive tummy pup and he is picky. This one is around 30/ lb so cost prohibitive for big dogs unless you are rich. I use it as topper or evening meal. I have 2 50+ lb dogs. They also are high energy so they eat a lot to maintain their weight. One star removed due to cost . I am sure these foods are worth it but most of us have a budget.
My frenchie is a fairly picky eater, but he LOVED this food. I gave it to him for a few months interchangeably with frozen raw food. He started developing very bad yeast in his face wrinkles and his ears which he has never had an issue with before. I decided to stop this food and switch back to Vital Essentials and frozen raw paws since it’s just pure turkey. After stopping this food ALL his yeast issues went away completely. Really disappointing since he seemed to love this
First time trying this brand - it’s easy to feed and my dog loves it
My dog loves her toppers for her food and we always did the chicken. She went wild Omer the Turkey. Will be reordering
I use these for training treats. My dog loves them and they're healthy.
My little guy loves all the Bixbi food we’ve tried!
I have tried a few Rawbble types and the Turkey Recipe is her current favorite. She likes some of the others too but she always gets excited when I open this bag.
I have a very picky puppy in for almost a year I have gone back-and-forth trying to find a dog food he likes Bixby freeze dried is something he will finally eat
My 75lb dog with a sensitive stomach has been through eight food changes trying to discover what she can eat that won't cause diarrhea. We've settled on Venture turkey and butternut squash (chicken-free, grain free, legume free, pea free, potato free). This works great but my girl grew tired of it. To coax her to eat, I bought the Rawbble turkey (rehydrated with water and fish oil) and mixed it in her kibble. Worked like a charm and no tummy upset. I also add dehydrated carrots (Olewo) which assist in firming up the poop. She now eagerly awaits her food while I'm preparing it and gobbles it up in about 2 minutes. Because grain-free has some association with dilated cardiomyopathy, I've started also mixing in quinoa for a grain.