SOJOS Complete Turkey & Salmon Recipe Senior Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food, 7-lb bag -

Sojos Complete Turkey & Salmon Recipe Senior Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food, 7-lb bag

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  • Prep is super simple—just add water, soak, and serve to your senior sidekick!
  • Special recipe includes glucosamine, fatty acids, and more to nourish older dogs.
  • Made with no artificial ingredients, fillers, preservatives, or soy.
  • 1 pound of dried mix yields up to 5 pounds of fresh food.
  • As convenient as normal kibble, but far more nutritious.

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Questions & Answers

12 Customer Questions

how many cups does a 7lb bag make?
Answer by ChewyDec 23, 2019
The 1.75 pound bag will make up to 10 pounds of food and contain close to 8.75 dry cups. The 7 pound bag will make up to 40 pounds of food and contain close to 35 dry cups.

If I divide the feeding once I add water can I serve half and refrigerate and serve second half later? How long is it good for after water is added?
Answer by ChewyAug 16, 2019
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.

Are the Meats cooked or freeze dried in a raw state?
Answer by ChewyJan 15, 2019
Sojos complete food recipes include a combination of gently freeze-dried meat—and air-dried fruits & veggies. All ingredients in all of Sojos' foods are raw. Meat begins to cook at 115 degrees. But fruits and veggies have a higher cook-temp and can be dehydrated via air-drying, 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.

What is the sodium content?
Answer by ChewyJun 11, 2018
This formula has a minimum of 0.4% sodium.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By thesabs on Jan 29, 2023

Sojos Complete

WE finally found this complete dehydrated food for our 75 lb Lab. She was suffering from allergies\ with itchy paws and ears. After putting her on this food for breakfast and Sojos mix and match for supper (we add protein chicken) she has been stable and her weight is consistent. I would recommend

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Julie on Nov 27, 2022

Great food!

This freeze dried dog food is made with high quality ingredients, and it is more affordable than other freeze dried dog foods. My local pet supply store carries it, so I know I am confident the product is quality and healthy for my dog. My dog loves it, and my cats even try to steal it!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Gary on Aug 31, 2022

Solid but not for this old gal

My old pit mix turns 13 tomorrow September 1st. I had been using Purina Pro Plan for Sensitive Stomach but hated how much powder that kibble would give off. Since switching to this, she destroys her bowl. I did notice her stomach started making weird noises and finds herself eating grass now more often. Her stools are solid but she did throw up once already. I think the food is solid but being grain free, I think it is missing what her previous kibble would provide for her diet. No knock on the food here, would be great if they had a senior option with select grains.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By OlyMark on Jun 9, 2022

Easy and dog loves it

We had tried some other freeze-dried foods and they were a bit of a hassle with smashing the nuggets in the water. This is so simple, scoop out some Sojos, add water and stir around a bit. Our dog loves it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kevin on Jul 8, 2022


The price of this item has gone up 40% in the last 3 months, 100% in a year. Have been feeding my two dogs this for years. Not anymore!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Gracie on Apr 14, 2022

Sojos complete

first bag, Gracie can hardly wait the 15 min it takes to water cook. She has more energy and now want to go on walks. going to stay on it. 17 lb parson russel

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kaylee on Mar 12, 2022

Love this Food

Our beagles love this food. So easy to prepare just add water. Make it up the night before for about 3 mornings. Good breakfast food.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Willow on Jan 1, 2022

Dog didnt seam to digest this well

My dog eats frozen raw food mostly, but used to be on Sojos beef. With this food she was passing 5+ large stools a day that had solid pieces of food in it. This has not happened with any of the other Sojos shes been on. She liked it and getting her to eat was never an issue, just concerning how much seemed to pass through.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Eliz on Nov 11, 2021

Excellent dog food

This is a high quality dog food and my dogs love it. It’s the next best thing to making your own food, which I do sometimes, but haven’t gotten an updated recipe yet from the vet nutritionist. For those of us who like to have a homemade meal for our dogs but don’t have access to a vet nutritionist, this is one of the foods to try. The vet nutritionist always recommended to try different raw or dehydrated foods and not to become complacent with one brand or one recipe. This one is in my heavy rotation.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By grannylindy on Oct 19, 2021

Never again!

Into the 3rd day of eating this food my dog became deathly ill. She wouldn,t eat or drink anything. She had bloody diarrhea and was vomitting up large amounts of bright green goo. She spent 3 days in the animal hospital with fever and on an IV of fluids and antibiotics. She was suffering from a gastro intestinal infection. This food is the only thing she had ingested other than water. I came very close to losing her in a very short period of time.