Sojos Complete Chicken Recipe Adult Freeze-Dried Grain-Free Dehydrated Dog Food

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About This Item

  • Ready to serve in minutes—just add water and soak for a quick and wholesome meal.
  • Freeze-dried food is shelf stable, making raw eating easy and budget-friendly.
  • Recipe contains no artificial ingredients, fillers, soy, or preservatives.
  • 1 pound of freeze-dried mix makes up to 5 pounds of drool-worthy dog food.
  • Sojos’ raw food is as easy to prepare as kibble, but much more nutritious.

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Top IngredientsChicken, Yellow Split Peas, Whole Egg...Turkey, Sweet Potatoes, Whole Egg...Beef, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots...Lamb, Sweet Potatoes, Whole Egg...Chicken (including Ground Chicken Bone), Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart...
Special DietGrain-Free, Raw, Non-GMO, NaturalGrain-Free, Raw, Pea-Free, Non-GMO, NaturalGrain-Free, Raw, Pea-Free, Non-GMO, NaturalGrain-Free, Raw, Non-GMO, NaturalGrain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
Food FlavorChicken, PoultryTurkey, PoultryBeef, MeatLamb, MeatChicken, Poultry
Health FeatureSkin & Coat Health, Immune Support, Digestive HealthSkin & Coat Health, Immune Support, Digestive HealthSkin & Coat Health, Immune Support, Digestive HealthSkin & Coat Health, Immune Support, Digestive HealthDigestive Health, Appetite Stimulation, Skin & Coat Health
Food FormFreeze-DriedFreeze-DriedFreeze-DriedFreeze-DriedFreeze-Dried

Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions


How many cups are in 1.75 lb bag?
Answer by ChewyDec 04, 2020
There are approximately eight (8) cups of dry product in the 1.75 pound bag.

Does anyone know how long this will last once it is rehydrated? We are going on vacation and wondering if I can make a batch to send to boarding for a week without it spoiling?
Answer by ChewyFeb 19, 2020
Any leftover food should be treated like fresh food. Either discard leftovers or cover and refrigerate. Store in a food-safe, air-tight container. Because Sojos food products contain raw meat, handle with care, as you would any meal you’re preparing and storing for yourself. Sojos is best served fresh, within 24 hours of prep.

Where is this food made and where are the ingredients from ?
Answer by ChewyJun 23, 2021
Sojos products are made in Minnesota and they source as many ingredients as possible domestically—about 80%. Because of seasonality and the protein options included in our recipes, they do source elsewhere when necessary. For example, their venison comes from New Zealand and their goat comes from Australia. The majority of the vitamins and minerals included in Sojos Complete food recipes are sourced within the US. Due to availability and seasonality, Sojos do source elsewhere, but none of their vitamins or minerals come from China.

Does Sojos Complete Product contain taurine?
Answer by ChewyApr 02, 2021
This food has a taurine content of 0.47% as fed.


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26 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SchnauzyLove on Apr 8, 2022

Pretty Good

This is 1 of 2 brands I alternate for my mini Schnauzer. I mainly feed my boy cooked human-grade meat with vegetables and supplement with freeze-dried raw food. The breed is prone to pancreatitis, so I have to always check for lower fat levels -- and Sojos (and Bravo) fits the bill, plus they are comparatively reasonably priced. My boy especially loves this chicken recipe but also likes pork and beef.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lisel on Feb 26, 2022

Best dog food for IBD

This is the ONLY dog food I've found that will manage my cattle dog's IBD in conjunction with budesonide steroid. My dog wouldn't touch the Purina Hypoallergenic dog food which is soy-based filler. Her energy levels improved drastically on Sojos and her coat is now gorgeous.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By OmaP on Apr 23, 2022

Good ingredients

Dispute the good ingredients, my dog will eat it only when very hungry I am doing my best to convince them it's good


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CharlieTheDog on Feb 8, 2022

We like this stuff

I was using a different brand of dehydrated food, and my dog would eat it but never seemed too excited. I'm glad we switched to Sojo's. It smells really good, and I like the chunky consistency. It is very difficult to wait those endless 15 min for rehydration, but worth it.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Valmum on Mar 8, 2022

Sojos Goumet

My senior 5 loves this. You would think steak was before them. I like it knowing I am feeding them better.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By tina on Aug 31, 2021

My Dog Loves This

My dog has a more sensitive stomache, and he's a bit picky. He LOVES this food. We switched from raw kibble to this food, hoping he'd like it more - and he now waits eagerly while I prep this for his breakfast/dinner. Pros: easy to store, can prep it ahead of time if needed, seems delicious even to me (it's like a dehydrated thanksgiving dinner lol) Cons: cost adds up (joonie's small, but I can imagine for larger breeds that you'd blow your way through this) He's been on Sojo's for about a month and half, and I'm still monitoring weight but I don't notice any issues. If anything, he seems more energetic. His stool is pretty solid, and his skin isn't as dry as before. He passed his one year vet check-up with flying colors.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Waste on Jul 29, 2021

Don't waste your money.

This food smells GREAT that is it!! It will do nothing for your dog. The food dose not break down so it dose NOT digest properly!! My poor dog poops out whole chucks just like it was served to him!! Returning to Chewy for a refund, however I don't know what the point is to return a used bag of food! Waste of money, time, and a huge hassle to get a refund.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kymmie on Jun 15, 2021

Dogs like it

My dogs enjoy this. But I have to add something else because it's not chunky enough. It's very powdery. So with water, it tends to be mushy.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By RupertandRadley on Mar 4, 2021

Dogs love, but expensive for amount of food

Our 2 dogs love this food! My only concern is that we went through the entire bag in 2 weeks (and that included the transition period when we were mixing it with kibble and not giving them the full portion of Sojo). It says it makes up to 40 lbs of food, but we were previously buying a 26 lb bag of kibble and it would last almost a month.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Senna on Jan 27, 2021

The only food my dog hasn't had issues on

I'm still cautious but this is the first commercial food we've given our dog that has not caused issues for him. Typically around week 8 of introducing a new diet, he would start developing blood in his stool and getting diarrhea... Therefore, our only solution was to home cook his meals for over a year. We had tried TONS of different diets for him, and this one seems to be the best. It's also perhaps the only food, aside from our home cooked meals, that he gets that excited for. Hoping that it lasts for him... So far, so good