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    Stella & Chewy has an Oven Baked Kibble now!

    I stopped over at my local pet food store and noticed that they have recently received some of Stella & Chewy's Oven Baked Kibble. My Shih Tzu hates kibble in general but I've noticed she only likes the ones that are baked so I decided to pick up their Whitefish recipe. I added a few pieces to her meal last night and she went right for them and this morning, she wouldn't touch her old food but ate the Stella kibble. Wellness TruFood she loved but she'd vomit the dried green bean pieces and Bil-Jac only makes chicken kibble and she doesn't do well with chicken so I was very happy to find this food and hope she eats and transitions well. They have 2 poultry and grain free flavors so I'm hoping this works out and wanted to pass it along if it hasn't been already.


    https://www.stellaandchewys.com/dog-...coated-kibble/

    https://www.stellaandchewys.com/dog-...w-blend-kibble

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    Re: Stella & Chewy has an Oven Baked Kibble now!

    I saw this! Would consider trying it, for sure. Wondering if you recall how much it cost? Is it super expensive? The 3.5lb bag is so little... my two 18lb dogs would go through it quickly. I'd probably have to do 10lb.
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    Re: Stella & Chewy has an Oven Baked Kibble now!

    It is a bit pricey. The 3.5lb bag was $19.99. They had some bigger bags and I think they were in the $50ish range. I don't recall the size though. I bought the whitefish formula but ended up returning it today. She loved it but she threw up every meal that it was mixed in with. I wouldn't blame the food though. My dog has sensitivities that I've been dealing with.
    Last edited by LaceyShihTzu; 05-24-2017 at 09:46 PM.

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