|Price Per Unit|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, Raw||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, Raw|
|Health Feature||Appetite Stimulation, Skin & Coat Health, Vitamins & Minerals...||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals...||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Appetite Stimulation, Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health...||Appetite Stimulation, Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health...|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Salmon, Duck||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Duck||Meat, Duck||Meat, Duck|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult||Adult||All Lifestages||All Lifestages|
|Top Ingredients||—||—||—||Duck, Duck Gizzard, Duck Liver...||Duck, Duck Gizzard, Duck Liver...|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
My older cat is transitioning off of a prescription food for weight loss. I began researching raw, high protein diets for him. These morsels are a hit. He drools when offered as a snack. I also use these when mixing up his meals. We recently adopted a kitten. She was super underweight, refused to eat the food provided by the shelter. I tried all the tricks: yummy treat toppers, warming up goats milk and mixing the food, and gravy toppers. No go. She wasn’t having it. Instead, she’d scream for my older cat’s food. We are talking full blown sonic temper tantrums at 5 in the morning. There isn’t enough coffee in the world. As an aside, she’s a tortoise shell kitten. The attitude comes free with that coat color. After battling her to eat her own food instead of swapping bowls with my opportunistic older cat, I decided “whatever. We will all eat the same thing.” I allowed her to try components of my older cat’s diet. She had no issues. She has now transitioned to the new diet. She has gained weight, her coat is shiny, and she’s bursting with kitten energy. I’m not a vet so don’t anyone go run and take their kittens off kitten food. I have an arsenal of supplements handy at all times to ensure she gets all she needs AND I’ve consulted my vet. These morsels get an A+++ from my kitties. Their teeth, coats, and bodies benefit from these nuggets. For those of you having issues with the transition to raw nuggets: My older cat was leery for quite some time. Soften them in some luke warm water, break them up, and mix a little bit of canned food (whichever they favor. I suggest the stinkier the better to mask the taste and odor of the raw bites.) It’s like making a little meat soup. Reduce the amount of canned food each time. Eventually, they’ll acquire the taste for the morsels. Our cats have been eating processed food for most of their lives. The transition isnt easy. It’s like eating exclusively McDonalds your whole life and then suddenly trying to become a vegan. It’s a process.
I ordered this to boost my cats nutritional needs. I tried crumbling it over their food, and as a treat. Unfortunately my senior cat will not even touch it, and the baby only took a couple of nibbles.
I was looking for freeze dried fresh food for Cory. He loves this stuff! I rehydrate with warm water and it's all gone!
She comes every day to the drawer where I keep these treats for her. I haven't used them long enough to see a difference in her coat, but I think it is great that she loves something with Salmon in it, as she usually turns her nose up at all of the salmon treats.
Our Russian Blues LOVE this as a treat. We have other flavors of Stella and Chewy dehydrated products but they are going nuts over this one.
I have a 2 year old DSH that developed some skin issues a little over a year ago. They kept getting worse and worse and she dropped over 2 lbs. I took her to the vet and ran allergy tests and did blood work. She had no white blood count and the allergy tests showed she was allergic to multiple things but primarily chicken, cedar, and dust. The vet gave her some medicine which helped her for a while but the severe skin lesions, the itching, the biting all came back. We already had her on a high quality chicken-free food so I tried some supplements that were recommended. No go! She would not eat it at all. She was so skinny that her hip bones were sticking out and her spine was showing. My heart was breaking for her and I didn't think she had long left. THEN I TRIED THIS! Finally my sweet girl is eating and gaining weight again. She hasn't developed any skin lesions, hasn't been scratching much, isn't biting all the time, and has completely regained her fun and quirky personality. I know some things work for some animals that don't work for others and this may not work for all cats but this was the turning point for my cat. Thank you Stella and Chewy's!
My fur babies are so very picky, so I had high hopes for this. They rejected it immediately. I wish it had appealed to them because it was quite convenient.
Recently started feeding one piece to top each meal. Both my cats became constipated. They haven’t pooped in 2 days. This is the only new or changed thing in their daily routine and diet, so I’m assuming it’s from this.
This food was readily accepted by my cat. I have added it to his overall diet. His coat does actually seem to be improving. We have struggled with skin reactions to processed chicken in regular commercial cat foods for years. (Took a long time to figure this out) Eliminating processed chicken and adding this diet has helped. I was extremely skeptical at first and was not sure I would see any benefit.
I give these as treats to my cats and they love it. Helps with the dry skin and keeps fur healthy looking.