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Time for another 30 day challenge in partnership with Chewy.com, this time for Tylee's Human Grade Food in Beef:
About the food:
Tylee's Beef Recipe Human-Grade Dog Food gives you all the benefits of a homemade meal for your pup, without any of the prep time. Tylee’s is made with human-grade ingredients just like you’d find at the grocery store—real, whole foods you can see and identify. Real meat is cooked and combined with nutritious fruits and vegetables then frozen to keep in all the flavor and nutrients. To prepare this nutritiously delicious food, simply defrost it and serve it. Each recipe is grain-free and has only one source of protein, so it’s perfect for pets with sensitive tummies or allergies. In Tylee’s Beef Recipe you will find real USDA-grade beef plus sweet potatoes, mango, broccoli, spinach and zucchini that are full of fiber, antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals to help keep your pal in top shape. Ingredients like flaxseed and sunflower oil offer alternative sources of omega-3 and 6 for a healthy coat. With all this good stuff on the menu, there’s no room for things like fillers, corn, wheat, soy, by-product meals, artificial flavors, artificial coloring or any ingredients sourced from China. Tylee’s is made in the USA with ingredients from around the world and is available exclusively at Chewy.com.
I love that you can see actually chunks of meat, fruit and veggies and I have a sneaking suspicion that Jessie is going to devour this food! You can use it as a topper for dry dog food or as your pup's main food...just allow to defrost and serve.
You can find Tylee's Beef Recipe Human Grade Food in several sizes at Chewy.com. The 96 oz bag is just $34.99.
Stay tuned for our second post after Jessie has made it another week or so into this challenge!
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