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[DISCONTINUED]: Stella & Chewy's® Freeze-Dried Lil' Bites Little Lamb Recipe Small Breed Dry Dog Food (198g)

$36.00 $39.80

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Perfectly sized for small mouths with high protein raw nutrition! Limited ingredient recipes with single-source animal protein options helpful for common small breed food allergies. Feed as a complete and balanced meal with optimal nutrition or add to your dog’s kibble for a special boost!

Key Benefits:

– Raw, grass-fed lamb
– 95% lamb, nutrient-rich organs & bone
– Added chia seed for healthy skin & coat
– Added probiotics for digestion and gut health
– No added hormones or antibiotics
– No grains, gluten, corn, soy or eggs
– No artificial preservatives or colorings


Lamb, lamb liver, lamb spleen, lamb heart, lamb kidney, lamb bone, pumpkin seed, organic cranberries, organic spinach, organic broccoli, organic beets, organic carrots, organic squash, organic blueberries, turmeric, chia seed, fenugreek seed, potassium chloride, dried kelp, sodium phosphate, tocopherols (preservative), choline chloride, dried Pediococcus acidilactici fermentation product, dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried Bifidobacterium longum fermentation product, dried Bacillus coagulans fermentation product, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, taurine, calcium carbonate, vitamin E supplement, thiamine mononitrate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, sodium selenite, niacin supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid.

When transitioning from a cooked food such as kibble, you should go slowly, typically transitioning over 7-10 days. Most people start with the following guideline and then adjust the timeframe as needed:

Days 1-3: 25% Stella & Chewy's along with 75% current diet Days 4-6: 50% Stella & Chewy' along with 50% current diet Days 7-9: 75% Stella & Chewy's along with 25% current diet Days 10-Forward: 100% Stella & Chewy's

It’s important to remember that some digestive upset is normal during a transition —this typically shows up in diarrhea, constipation or (very rarely) vomiting. This will eventually subside as your pet adjusts to the new food.

Daily Feeding: