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Sojos Complete Turkey Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Dehydrated Cat Food

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Description

Feed your feline the purr-fect nutrition of raw with Sojos Complete Turkey Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Dehydrated Cat Food. This extra-meaty, deliciously chunky food is specially formulated for adult cats and makes feeding raw ever so easy. Just add water and watch as the magic happens—in minutes, the wonderful taste, aroma and nutrition of the farm-fresh ingredients will be deliciously ready to serve. Nourish your kitty with the real turkey, garden veggies and healthy herbs she deserves and feed raw without mess, hassles or guesswork. It’s fresh, whole food without refrigeration and a complete real meal your cat will simply love!

Key Benefits
  • Provides everything cats need, with real turkey as the #1 ingredient.
  • Complete and balanced blend of raw meat and uncompromised ingredients in every bowl, like sweet potatoes, whole eggs, flaxseeds and more.
  • Just add water to create a delicious raw meal that’s full of nutrition.
  • Meets the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for Adult Maintenance.
  • Made in small batches in the USA with zero grains, GMO ingredients, soy, fillers, artificial preservatives, colors or flavors, added sugar or salt, and never anything from China.

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  • Item Number
    51573
  • Brand
    WellPet
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Freeze-Dried
  • Special Diet
    Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Raw, Pea-Free, Non-GMO, Natural
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

USDA Turkey, Sweet Potato, Whole Egg, Broccoli, Celery, Apples, Flax Meal, Pecans, Tricalcium Phosphate, Pumpkin, Cranberries, Basil, Dried Alfalfa, Ginger Root, Dried Kelp, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Acetate, Vitamin A Palmitate, Vitamin D3.

Caloric Content

3,531 kcal/kg, 346 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein30.0% min
Crude Fat9.0% min
Crude Fiber4.5% max
Moisture10.0% max
Feeding Instructions
Life StageDaily Feeding (cup)Water (cup)
Kitten1/41/3
Adult1/23/4
Senior1/41/3
FAQ

Why feed raw?

Simply said, raw food is served as nature intended—rich in naturally - occurring nutrients and enzymes. The ingredients in traditional pet foods, on the other hand, are altered by harsh processing—and the lost nutrients are replaced artificially with additives and sprayed - on synthetic vitamins and minerals. That said, there’s no question that kibble foods are convenient—but shelf - stable, grain - free, freeze - dried raw alternatives offer the same convenience without losing any of the taste, aroma and nutrition naturally found in fresh from the field food.

Why feed Sojos?

Sojos’ raw, shelf - stable foods enable pet parents to serve fresh, home - prepared meals in minutes—just by adding water. It's raw made easy. And for guilt - free treating, we make a variety of freeze - dried raw meat and oven - baked dog treats.

Are Sojos products raw?

Our food recipes include a combination of gently freeze - dried meat—and air - dried fruits & veggies. All ingredients in all of our foods are raw.Meat begins to cook at 115 degrees. But fruits and veggies have a higher cook - temp and can be dehydrated via an air - drying process, while maintaining the nutritious enzymes only found in raw ingredients. There can be a little confusion about the term ‘dehydrated’ because meat cannot be dehydrated and remain raw. But fruits and veggies can indeed be dehydrated and remain raw.

Is feeding a raw diet expensive?

Our food contains no fillers, so you feed less than what you would with traditional pet food. As a result, the price per day is about the same or less than most premium commercial pet foods. In the long run feeding your pets fresh, wholesome pet food can also save you money on vet bills.

Can dogs and cats really eat fruits and veggies?

While it’s true that dogs and cats are carnivores, bear in mind that when a carnivore eats another animal, they are also eating whatever that animal ate—often fruits and veggies. So, to get a truly complete diet, a variety of ingredients are critical. Not to mention, the superfood fruits and veggies included in our recipes pack a serious nutritional punch, providing health benefits for your pets.

Where are Sojos ingredients sourced?

Sojos products are made from scratch in Minneapolis, MN and we source as many ingredients as possible domestically—about 80%. Because of seasonality and the protein options included in our recipes, we do source elsewhere when necessary. For example, our venison comes from New Zealand and our goat comes from Australia. Simply put, they are ingredients that could just as easily end up in your pantry or on the shelves of your local co - op.

Why is there garlic in some of the products?

Many people believe that garlic is harmful to dogs, and in large, concentrated doses this can be true.However, in the proportions that we use, it is highly beneficial to heart health, acts as a natural flea repellant, an anti - oxidant and anti - bacterial ingredient. Just like with humans many things are healthy (and indeed necessary!) in small doses but potentially harmful in large, concentrated doses.

How do I make Sojos pet foods?

For our Complete recipes and Wild recipes, simply add water, soak and serve. For Sojos Pre - Mix recipes, simply add water, the protein of your choice, soak and serve.

What type of meat should I add to Sojos Pre - Mix recipes?

Look for an all - natural, USDA - approved raw protein to add to Sojos Pre - Mixes. The type of protein you choose depends on your dog’s individual nutritional needs and preferences. Your local butcher or grocery store is a great resource for meat recommendations.

Do I need to add extras, like meat or other foods or supplements?

Adding ingredients or supplements to our food recipes isn’t necessary, unless you’re feeding a Pre - Mix, in which case you should add the recommended amount of meat. Our Complete and Wild recipes are formulated to meet the AAFCO Nutrient Profiles and can be fed alone. As always, check with your holistic vet or nutritionist—especially if your dog has specific health requirements.

Do I need to add a vitamin or mineral supplement?

You don’t need to add anything to your pet’s meal (besides protein if you’re feeding a Pre - Mix recipe). Our foods include an all - natural blend of vitamins and minerals that provide all the nutrients your pet needs.

Are the amounts listed in the feeding guidelines per meal, or per day?

Our feeding guidelines recommend your dog’s daily portion size. So if you feed twice daily, simply divide the portion in half to determine how much you should feed per meal.

Does the feeding chart refer to dry Sojos or rehydrated Sojos? How much food will my dog’s serving size net once rehydrated?

Our feeding chart guidelines include measurements using dry Sojos.There's no way to get an accurate measurement once Sojos is rehydrated, because there are too many unpredictable variables that will affect the actual rehydrated volume. Our natural ingredients can vary slightly in size from 1 bag to the next. Not to mention the soak time, temperature of water, temperature of soak environment (fridge vs the counter), etc can all affect the rehydrated volume.

What temperature water should I add to dry Sojos?

Room temperature water is ideal. Do not add boiling water, as this will cook out the natural enzymes found in raw food.

How do I store Sojos food and treats?

All of our food recipes and freeze - dried meat treats should be stored in a cool, dry place. Do not store dry Sojos in the refrigerator.

Why is it important to soak Sojos?

Soaking improves digestibility. Cats and dogs have a strong, but short, digestive tract designed to quickly break down and absorb foods. Grains and veggies require more complex digestion than meats, fruit and other foods, so having them soak in water a minimum of 15 minutes is critical. You can also soak overnight in the fridge.

Can I refrigerate rehydrated Sojos?

Any leftover food should be treated like fresh food, covered and refrigerated or discarded. Sojos is best served fresh, within 24 hours within of prep.

Can I microwave rehydrated Sojos?

Do not microwave your dog’s rehydrated Sojos. This will cook the raw ingredients.

Can I blend rehydrated Sojos?

Sojos recipes include bite size, natural ingredient chunks. If your pup prefers a smoother blend, or has dental issues, feel free to blend once rehydrated.

How much food will my dog’s serving make once rehydrated?

Each meal will rehydrate a little differently depending on the food mix itself, the temperature of water you used, the amount of time you soaked, etc. So, there’s no way to pinpoint the exact volume once rehydrated.

How long can I expect a bag of Sojos mix to last?

An 8 lb bag of Sojos Complete contains 40 of dry food. The amount you feed your pup depends on several factors, including weight and activity level. But for an average sized dog, with an average activity level, an 8 lb bag of Sojos Complete will last roughly 1 month. Find our feeding charts here.

What’s the shelf - life of your products?

Sojos food products have a 18 - month shelf - life when stored in a cool, dry place. The “Best By” date is printed on the top corner of the back of your bag.

My bag is expired. Can I still feed it to my pet?

We cannot guarantee food or recommend you feed it to your pet if it’s past the expiration date.

Sojos Complete

Sojos Complete combines the nutrition and taste of fresh, raw food with the convenience and affordability of kibble. Raw ingredients are gently freeze-dried or air-dried to ensure that natural enzymes are not cooked out. The result is a nutritious, concentrated chunky blend. Just add water and the mixture swells to a bountiful feast for a hearty Thanksgiving stuffing consistency. It's a savory meal brimming with the high-quality nutrition your pet needs.

Sojos Complete
Homemade Taste

Homemade Taste

Sojos Complete is a delicious, grain-free pet food made of freeze dried raw meat and air-dried fruits and vegetables. Not only are there large quantities of real meat, but it's also packed with real fruits and vegetables. Each batch is made from scratch without corn, wheat, soy, sugar or salt for homemade taste and farm-fresh nutrition in every bag.

All-Natural Goodness

Sojos Complete is raw made easy. It's a complete and balanced meal chock-full of human-grade ingredients—no GMOs, no fillers, no preservatives and no artificial colors. Even the vitamin and mineral supplements are from natural derivatives. Plus, it's veterinarian recommended.

All-Natural Goodness

About Sojos

Sojos has made healthy pet food and pet treats since 1985. The Minnesota based, family-owned business whips up pre-mix and complete raw food for your four-legged friends. The special blends come in a variety of choices to fit your pet's needs and are made from fresh, wholesome ingredients for benefits that go beyond grain-free. It's raw nutrition made simple and clear.

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Rating: 2.8 of 5 stars 53 Reviews 53 Reviews 2.9 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 2.8 of 5 stars 2.9 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    my cat loves this

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    Great food and I like that it has veggies in it. If you read Dr Karen Becker cats need greens. Yes they are carnivores but they need more than just meat. That’s why you will see cats eat grasses and plants.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    FILLERS WITH VEGETABLES

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    NO CAT FOOD SHOULD CONTAIN ANYTHING BUT MEAT OR VITAMINS AND SUPPLEMENTS nearly everything on cheesy list of “healthy” foods are packed with VEGGIES. Ugh. Stop doing this to cat’s, they are not dogs they do NOT need vegetables and they are used for fillers!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    I liked it, but my cats did not.

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    I really wanted this food to work. I liked the price and the quality of the ingredients, as I am looking for a mostly whole raw foods for my cats. My cats are on Stella and Chewy and I wanted to try and find something that could serve as a filler or an extender to Stella and Chewy to alleviate some of the cost. My cats are not picky eaters, they will pretty much eat anything. They are the kind of cats that don’t have to be weaned slowly onto a food, even though I do it anyway. At first they would eat around a lot of the bigger chunks in the food and leave all the vegetables, I thought this was because the food took a really long time to rehydrate and in some cases never rehydrated. I tried I really wanted this food to work. I liked the price and the quality of the ingredients, as I am looking for a mostly whole raw foods for my cats. My cats are on Stella and Chewy and I wanted to try and find something that could serve as a filler or an extender to Stella and Chewy to alleviate some of the cost. My cats are not picky eaters, they will pretty much eat anything. They are the kind of cats that don’t have to be weaned slowly onto a food, even though I do it anyway. At first they would eat around a lot of the bigger chunks in the food and leave all the vegetables, I thought this was because the food took a really long time to rehydrate and in some cases never rehydrated. I tried food processing the entire bag to make it into a fine powder or as fine a powder as I could and this seem to help, but they were still not super enthusiastic. We tried this food for three months, the last month both cats have left food in their bowls (especially pumpkin and celery bits), to the point where one of the cats won’t eat or licks a few bites and then spends the rest of the day leading me back to the food bowls and asking for food but he won’t eat the food that’s in it. If I give him just plain Stella and Chewy he licks the bowl clean. So we are back on the hunt for a good solid raw whole food and cost effective way to extend Stella and Chewy. … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Disappointing

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    Like so many other cat owners, I have to say this missed the mark. My cat isn't picky at all, and he'll eat some of it but does not lick the bowl clean as usual. My dog, on the other hand, enjoys her Sojos very much.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Nit a favorite, but does the job

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    My boy had a bout with urinary blockages, so I wanted to add more water to his diet. We’ve tried multiple brands of freeze dried raw food. He likes this brand just okay; will eat it all but doesn’t chow down as soon as it’s in front of him. I tried different reconstitution times and he seems to prefer it after a longer soak compared to the 15minute soak.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    cats didn’t like it....

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    Unfortunately my cat’s did not like this food....they have been eating the primal freeze dried nuggets and I but it so much I thought this would be great because my dogs like the dog food in this brand. My cats wouldn’t even touch it

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No one would touch it

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    Sadly none of my cats wanted this. They wouldnt even touch it no matter how much I mixed it with other food

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    It's a freeze-dried Thanksgiving dinner..

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    We have two senior cats. I've been using this to augment their usual Stella & Chewy's, which is way more expensive and has far more ingredients, with the hope to eventually fully transition to this. Opening the bag reminded me of the freeze-dried camping meals I've eaten. Looks great, smells great, even before reconstitution. My cats love it, I love that they love it, too.. My only complaint is that the non-meat ingredients can be very hard even after being reconstituted and my cats have both had teeth removed so some of it is left in the bowl. I think this can be remedied with a food mill, since even smashing with a fork works wonders.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Novel approach to homemade-style foods

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    I think this is a novel approach to freeze dried raw foods. It is not a nugget or a freeze dried niblet, it has whole food pieces and chunks. The directions state a minimum of 15 mins of hydration with warm water but I have better luck rehydrating it overnight in the fridge as that is more highly recommended. I mix it in a container with an airtight lid and make enough for 3 or 4 days. Since it is a little costly I use it as a mixer in dry kibble, replacing the spoonful of canned food I typically mix in. I appreciate the quality ingredients and that it is a whole food product, however not every one of my cats love it, hence the 4 star rating. It has a 50% success rate in my household, but I think this is a novel approach to freeze dried raw foods. It is not a nugget or a freeze dried niblet, it has whole food pieces and chunks. The directions state a minimum of 15 mins of hydration with warm water but I have better luck rehydrating it overnight in the fridge as that is more highly recommended. I mix it in a container with an airtight lid and make enough for 3 or 4 days. Since it is a little costly I use it as a mixer in dry kibble, replacing the spoonful of canned food I typically mix in. I appreciate the quality ingredients and that it is a whole food product, however not every one of my cats love it, hence the 4 star rating. It has a 50% success rate in my household, but the ones that like this food will eat it readily and without hesitation. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Suggestions

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    I have not yet used this food but am familiar with feeding the freeze dried raw with my ferrets...Just a suggestion to everyone , but reading the reviews concerning rubbery texture and spoiling...I would take the food,..run it through the food processor until its finely ground and THEN add the warm water...I would keep the food in the freezer if you are concerned about spoiling. ...and no...i am in no way affiliated with Sojo's.. :)

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