UA-60701407-50 Golden Daily Scoop: Sojos Dog Food & Treats Your Dog Will Simply Love

October 7, 2016

Sojos Dog Food & Treats Your Dog Will Simply Love

It's October and the month of everything pumpkin. Don't get us wrong, we love pumpkin but today we are going to switch it up a little bit.

Sojos® combines the nutrition and taste of fresh, raw food with the convenience and affordability of kibble. They really make it easy by taking the guesswork out of feeding your dog raw.

Disclaimer: Golden Daily Scoop received Sojos Food and Treats in exchange for our honest review. We received no other compensation and Sojos is not responsible for the content of this post.

Sojos Complete Goat Recipe Raw Dog Food

Sojos raw dog food and treats review
Sojos Complete Goat Recipe is Potato-Free and Grain-Free. Gently freeze-dried raw meat is the main ingredient. The freeze dried process never exceeds 115 degrees which protects all the natural enzymes in the meat.
Sojos complete goat recipe raw dog good diet
Made in the USA with no genetically-engineered ingredients, fillers, preservatives or artificial colors, it is so easy to prepare. Just add water according to the directions on the bag and wait for the magic to happen!

Feeding your dog Sojos Complete is more affordable that you think, an 8 lb bag rehydrates to more than 40 lbs of fresh food.

Keeping with the Goat theme, lets talk treats!

Sojos Simply Goat Dog Treats

Sojos Simply Goat freeze-dried dog treats
Bruin has claimed the Sojos Simply Goat Freeze-Dried Treats for himself and he's not sharing! He loves meat and these treats do no disappoint. Just like the name states, these treats are 100% simply goat and nothing else.
Sojos freeze dried raw dog treats simply goat
As you can see, each freeze dried piece is the perfect size for all dogs. No artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. Simply Goat is made with natural USDA-certified meat, made in the USA.

If your dog isn't into raw, freeze dried treats, no worries! We have the perfect treat for them!

Sojos Good Dog Shepherd's Pie Dog Treats

Sojos good dog shepherd's pie flavor dog treats
Good Dog® Shepherd's Pie Dog Treats - as soon as I saw these treats were Shepherd's Pie flavor, I knew they had Maggie's name written all over them. She is always right next to me in the kitchen when dinner is cooking on the stove.

With potatoes, beef and carrots on the ingredient list, these treats are the next best thing to homemade cooking and will have your pup drooling for more!
Sojos Shepherd's Pie dog treats
These bite-size bones are made with oat flour and contain no wheat, corn, artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. Aren't these the cutest little treats you have ever seen?! They are a great training treat for your dog of any size or age. And to be honest, they are perfect for slipping one or two to them while you are cooking dinner.

Sojos has hit it out of the (dog) park with their new Goat raw recipe, freeze-dried treats and Shepherd's Pie good dog bones.

I love how they make feeding your pet raw, so easy and safe. If you are on the fence about feeding your dog raw, we strongly encourage you to give Sojos a try!


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Did you know that Sojos also makes raw cat treats?!
Stay tuned tomorrow when we will be featuring them on our Caturday post!
Sojos Natural freeze dried cat treats

27 comments:

  1. I like freze dried dog food... thanks for a great review... sadly it is hard to get here, we have to look for stores who have it always in their stock :o)

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  2. Sounds like a great food. Good to know they also make food for cats!

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  3. I didn't know they had a goat recipe! That's fantastic. I don't feed Sojos to my dogs; I get goat through a raw provider. However, not everyone has access to the same sources so I get excited when I see brands offering alternate proteins - especially for those of us with dogs that have protein allergies.

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  4. ENJOY! SUGAR loves their treats + the container is so cute. Golden Woofs, SUGAR

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  5. Sojos makes some good items. I'm glad they are not just grain free but potato free too.

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  6. We have tried Sojos before and the boys gave it their paws up! Goat sounds very interesting...

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  7. We've gotten to try some of their treats and the Lapdogs love them..even the teeny tiny blueberry bones!

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  8. I have tried Sojos before, and my very fussy dog loved them, and that doesn't happen very often.

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  9. My crew loves Sojos! I love any product that makes real food easily available.

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  10. We have never tried Sojos, but it sounds wonderful. Love the little tiny bones! The goat treats also sound really yummy. Making feeding is easy is always a good thing.

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  11. I have not heard of this brand, thanks for all the great information. Those Shepherd Pie Treats sound like something my dogs would love to have!

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  12. We feed our cats freeze dried raw treats and these look like a good brand - I'll have to keep an eye out and see if they're imported to Australia.

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  13. We have been moving more and more towards raw feeding but it's very expensive with three dogs. I like the idea of being able to build raw, freeze dried and rehydrated foods into the rotation. I had no idea that Sojos offers goat as a protein source. Piper, who has a very sensitive stomach, does really well with goat's milk and goat's milk yogurt so the Sojos goat recipe is one I would really like to try.

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  14. I love that they have goat - unique proteins can be hard to find sometimes. We have a bag of those treats, but haven't broken into them yet. The Shepherd's Pie ones sound great too!
    Jan, Wag n Woof Pets

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  15. I am pretty sure my crew would enjoy these.
    Will have to look out for them

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  16. Our cats love a feline version similar to this. It's a dried fish but add water and kapowww they LOVE the treat!

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  17. Oh there is a Goat Recipe! That's SO cool! I add their freeze dried recipes to our raw diets every once in awhile so I like to try new options. I think it's fantastic this is a treat option as I could use this during Nosework training as I need to mix it up!

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  18. Awesome! Goat is energetically a hot meat, so that will be nice and warming on the cold winter days coming up. Yummy cat treats too!

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  19. I've never tried these before. Goat meat huh, that's different. I like that it's so natural.
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  20. I've never tried these before. Goat meat huh, that's different. I like that it's so natural.
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  21. These sound great! Goat would be quite a treat for a dog or a cat. I'm going to have to take a look at your post on the cat treats! My kitties enjoy freeze dried raw, this may be a way to get a little bit of a novel protein into their diets.
    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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  22. We have some goat treats of theirs we need to try out. I don't think Mr. N has had goat before in treat form.

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  23. Definitely going to try it with the dogs i pet sit seems like a wonderful product

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  24. Those treats are really cute. I think I'm too in love with goat videos to give that food to my dogs, but I'm glad its healthy and your dog likes it.

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  25. I discovered this brand last year and heard some fantastic things about it. Those training treats are the cutest darned things - you are so right. I am going to check those out for Dexter. Thanks for the heads up! Happy Fall!

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  26. I think you're right, my dogs would lovvvvvvve these!

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